Département d'études anglophones - Faculté des langues - Université de Strasbourg

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Réunions de rentrée

Master MEEF : réunions de rentrée obligatoires au Département Etudes Anglophones :

  • MEEF 1 : le jeudi 5 septembre 2024, 13h-15h, en salle 3203, Patio, campus Esplanade
  • MEEF 2 : le jeudi 5 septembre 2024, 15h30-16h30, en salle 3203, Patio, campus Esplanade

The Book Club

Are you a bit of a bookworm? Do you want to share your literary opinions? How about practicing your English? Then join our English Book Club!


From magical circuses to afterlife libraries, and from the imaginary Babel to thrilling cult rituals, every month or so we come together to discover fictional worlds as we discuss English books of our choice. Organized by the teachers and students of the Department, our Book Club was created in 2022 and up to this date we have read a total of 11 books, with 2 more selected for the upcoming session in April! (see below)


We'd love to count YOU among us! There are no exams. There are no language requirements. Come when/if you can. Bring some friends with you. We'll be discussing in good spirits and in a safe space!


We have more projects underway, in partnership with "Strasbourg - Capitale Mondiale du Livre 2024" and the city's "LIRELANGE" project.


For more information, you can check our Moodle page by searching up "The Book Club."

Should you have any questions, email us: Alix Desnais (desnain[at]unistra.fr) and Arman Martirosyan (a.martirosyan[at]unistra.fr). 




The books we are currently reading:

  1. The Rachel Incident by Caroline O'Donoghue // Genres: coming of age, Irish literature. A young woman who works at a bookshop falls in love with her married professor and has to balance love, friends, and Ireland in chaos.
  2. The Seven Moons of Maali Almeida by Shehan Karunatilaka // Genres: Historical fiction, magical realism, mystery, queer. A story about a Sri Lankan man who wakes up in the afterlife and has seven nights to find out who killed him. Won the prestigious 2022 Booker Prize.


Books read during the current 2023-2024 academic year:

  1. Bunny, Mona Awad, 2019
  2. In Memoriam, Alice Winn, 2023
  3. Weyward, Emilia Hart, 2023
  4. Babel: An Arcane History, R. F. Kuang, 2022
  5. How to Excavate a Heart, Jake Maia Arlow, 2022
  6. Truly Devious: A Mystery, Maureen Johnson, 2018


Previous books read during the 2022-2023 academic year:

  1. The Bastard of Istanbul, Elif Shafak, 2006
  2. The Midnight Library, Matt Haig, 2020
  3. Swimming in the Dark, Tomasz Jedrowski, 2020
  4. The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern, 2011
  5. If We Were Villains, M. L. Rio, 2017







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