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Linguistics / Literature - 30.11.2022

Linguistics / Literature - 29.11.2022
Hoe'Zo! Show back into theatre
Hoe’Zo! Show back into theatre
The Hoe'Zo! Show by neuroscientist Barbara Braams (VU Amsterdam) and earth scientist Lennart de Groot (UU) receives an ENW Communication Initiative Award.

Campus - Linguistics / Literature - 25.11.2022

Linguistics / Literature - 21.11.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Social Sciences - 15.11.2022
What's occurin': Dialects in Barry, Caerphilly and Pontypridd subject of academic study
What’s occurin’: Dialects in Barry, Caerphilly and Pontypridd subject of academic study
Welsh English accents and dialects from three communities in South East Wales will form the basis of new research from Cardiff University.

Linguistics / Literature - Social Sciences - 10.11.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 02.11.2022

Campus - Linguistics / Literature - 28.10.2022
Strengthening multicultural cooperation through research
As a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, many scholars and scientists have left the country. More than 30 Ukrainian researchers displaced by the war have temporarily joined the University of Luxembourg mainly as research fellows and in some cases under temporary contracts funded by the FNR.

Linguistics / Literature - 27.10.2022
Ernaux's Literature Nobel no surprise for French Studies professor
Ernaux’s Literature Nobel no surprise for French Studies professor
Western French Studies professor Schwerdtner has studied Annie Ernaux's critically acclaimed body of work for many years and thinks her Nobel Prize in Literature was long overdue When Annie Ernaux wa

Social Sciences - Linguistics / Literature - 14.10.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Art and Design - 14.10.2022
New collection reveals hidden histories of Live Art and experimental theatre in Scotland
New collection reveals hidden histories of Live Art and experimental theatre in Scotland
Artists have been creating exciting performance and unconventional, adventurous productions in Scotland for decades.

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 14.10.2022
New edition of the Mesopotamian classic Epic of Gilgamesh , by two IPOA lecturers
New edition of the Mesopotamian classic Epic of Gilgamesh , by two IPOA lecturers
Cultura Researchers Adelina Millet and Lluís Feliu, members of the Institute of Ancient Near East Studies (IPOA) of the University of Barcelona, have published a new edition of the Epic of Gilgamesh , the oldest literary epic and a classic in universal literature. Recent archaeological findings led to an update of the Epic, of which a first edition was published in Catalan in 2007.

Linguistics / Literature - Computer Science - 12.10.2022
AI that can learn patterns of human language
AI that can learn patterns of human language
The model automatically learns higher-level language patterns that can apply to different languages, enabling it to achieve better results Human languages are notoriously complex, and linguists have l

Social Sciences - Linguistics / Literature - 11.10.2022
Combatting decline in reading: ’Check BookTok on a regular basis.’
Initiatives such as the Children's Books Week are supposed to get large numbers of children reading again.

Social Sciences - Linguistics / Literature - 11.10.2022
Combating decline in reading: ’Check BookTok on a regular basis.’
Initiatives such as the Children's Books Week are supposed to get large numbers of children reading again.

Linguistics / Literature - Event - 10.10.2022

Linguistics / Literature - 10.10.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 05.10.2022
Holding on to Hopkins' history
Holding on to Hopkins’ history
You just clicked submit on a library request. Now what? Meet the tight-knit team that manages the university's massive collection.

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 03.10.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Economics / Business - 30.09.2022

Linguistics / Literature - 28.09.2022

Linguistics / Literature - 27.09.2022
The first Camilo José Cela manuscript, found
The first Camilo José Cela manuscript, found
Cultura The manuscript is the collection of poems Pisando la dudosa luz del día , which Camilo José Cela wrote from November 1 to 11, 1936, driven by the death of his girlfriend in tragic circumstances, victim of the bombings of the first major siege of Franco's troops in Madrid, to which he would later enlist.

Linguistics / Literature - Event - 26.09.2022

Linguistics / Literature - 23.09.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 22.09.2022
Students make remarkable finds in UCLA’s ’Encountering Arabic Manuscripts’ course
If there was any question that UCLA Library Special Collections' vast array of handwritten medieval manuscripts in Arabic, Persian and early Ottoman Turkish contained undiscovered historical gems and unique avenues for groundbreaking research, just ask doctoral candidate Brooke Baker.

Linguistics / Literature - 12.09.2022
Racial biases seen when white teachers hear low-quality stories
Black children perceived more negatively even when 'weak' narratives are the same as white children Study abstract: Do Katie and Connor tell better stories than Aaliyah and Jamaal? Teachers' perceptions of children's oral narratives as a function of race and narrative quality If first graders Jamaal and Connor each verbally shared a story, would the teacher fairly assess the narratives? Unfortunately, it depends on the teacher's race and quality of the child's oral storytelling skills, according to new research from the University of Michigan.

Art and Design - Linguistics / Literature - 08.09.2022

Event - Linguistics / Literature - 02.09.2022
Post-Soviet Literature and Identities in Focus
22nd international literature festival berlin: Readings and discussions curated through the "Temporal Communities" Cluster of Excellence at Freie Universität Berlin The Cluster of Excellence "Tempora

Campus - Linguistics / Literature - 23.08.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 18.08.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 11.08.2022
Digital project supports 'bibliographic turn' in Black literary studies
Digital project supports ’bibliographic turn’ in Black literary studies
Yale's Jacqueline Goldsby and Meredith McGill of Rutgers University recently received a $1.7 million grant from The Mellon Foundation to support the development of The Black Bibliography Projec

Economics / Business - Linguistics / Literature - 28.07.2022
Inside the Writers Room at Johns Hopkins
Inside the Writers Room at Johns Hopkins
Take a peek at the room where budding scriptwriters learn that creating your next binge-watch is a team sport Interior-ground floor of Gilman Hall-night We open on a chilly Monday evening in February.

Linguistics / Literature - 20.07.2022

Linguistics / Literature - 19.07.2022

Computer Science - Linguistics / Literature - 11.07.2022
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga’s Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level From Space Invaders to Super Mario, video games are one of the most influential forms of media on the planet.

Linguistics / Literature - 11.07.2022
STC gives us a compelling Bronte adaptation for our moment
STC gives us a compelling Bronte adaptation for our moment
Professor Vanessa Smith, an expert in 19th century literature, examines a stage adaptation of Anne Bronte's novel The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - a story of addiction, domestic abuse, child custody disputes and female artistic self-reclamation.
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