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International Society for Research and Promotion of Wind Music
Published on Tuesday, 17 December 2019
The office of the International Society for Research and Promotion of Wind Music (IGEB) has been transferred from the University of Arts in Graz (Austria) to the University of Luxembourg.
DTU CALIDIE Lecture in Multilingualism and Learning: Positive Psychology: Applications to Second-Language Acquisition Theory, Research and Practice
Event date: Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Hour:  17:00 18:30
Place:  Campus Belval, Maison du Savoir, Room 2.390
Speaker: Professor Peter MacIntyre, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia (Canada)
How resilient is Luxembourg’s food system?
Published on Tuesday, 05 May 2020
Moments of crisis like the current one sparked by Covid-19, engage social, economic, cultural and political institutions of a society and stress-test their resilience. In such times of upheaval, in...
Study on how COVID-19 affects children and adolescents
Published on Thursday, 07 May 2020
Schools in Luxembourg are soon to reopen; some students have already been back now. Yet many questions remain. A central argument for reopening schools is that home schooling may increase education...
Online Conference: Multilingual Literacies
Event date: Monday, 05 October 2020
Hour:  9:00 06-10 | 11:00
Online-Konferenz: Zusammenarbeit mit Eltern und Literacy im mehrsprachigen Kontext
Event date: Friday, 09 October 2020
Hour:  8:30 16:15
DTU CALIDIE Lecture in Multilingualism and Learning: Reflecting writing situations in multilingual academic contexts
Event date: Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Hour:  16:00 17:30
Speaker: Sabine Dengscherz, University of Vienna
DTU CALIDIE Lecture in Multilingualism and Learning: Beware, the L1 is not the L2! The role of cognition, prosocial behavior and book reading at home in bilingual children’s language development
Event date: Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Hour:  16:00 17:30
Place:  Online-lecture
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Elma Blom, University of Utrecht
Rassismus ohne Rassen bei Kant?
Event date: Friday, 18 December 2020
Hour:  15:00 17:00
Place:  Online verfügbar ab Freitag, 18.12.2020
Speaker: Dieter Schönecker, Marina Martinez Mateo, Micha Brumlik, Marcus Willaschek
Rassedenken und Rassismus im 18. Jahrhundert
Event date: Friday, 22 January 2021
Hour:  15:00 17:00
Place:  Online verfügbar ab Freitag, 22.01.2021
Speaker: Andreas Esser, Uffa Jensen, Andrew Wells, Jacob Mabe
DTU CALIDIE Lecture in Multilingualism and Learning: Multilingual migrant economies: a sociolinguistic ethnography of Thai massage in Vienna
Event date: Wednesday, 27 January 2021
Hour:  16:00 17:30
Place:  Online-lecture
Speaker: Mi-Cha Flubacher, University of Vienna, Department of Linguistics
Universalismus und Rassismus
Event date: Friday, 05 February 2021
Hour:  15:00 17:00
Place:  Online verfügbar ab Freitag, 05.02.2021
Speaker: Marcus Willaschek, Nikita Dhawan, Rainer Forst, Michael Hackl
Conférence : “La Nature et le roi. Environnement, pouvoir et société à l’âge de Charlemagne (740-820)” de Jean-Pierre Devroey
Event date: Monday, 15 February 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Conférence en ligne
Speaker: Michel Pauly, Université du Luxembourg
Wie umgehen mit Kants Schriften in Forschung und Lehre?
Event date: Friday, 19 February 2021
Hour:  15:00 17:00
Place:  Online verfügbar ab Freitag, 19.02.2021
Speaker: Michael Hackl; Franziska Dübgen, Volker Gerhardt, Andrea Esser
Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): Perspektiven des ‚Anderen‘ in Literatur, Theater und (neuen) Medien
Event date: Wednesday, 03 March 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Iulia-Karin Patrut, Flensburg
UL-Fudan Seminar Series: Research Perspectives on Multilingualism - Multilingualism in Higher Education: Presentations & Discussions
Event date: Friday, 12 March 2021
Hour:  9:30 11:30
Place:  Remote WebEx Session
Speaker: Adelheid Hu, Stephanie Hofmann, Birgit Huemer, Katrien Deroey, Yongyan Zheng, Yang Song, Wenjuan Qin
Frühlingslektüren: Luxemburger Standarddeutsch. Was bedeutet das für unsere Korrekturarbeit?
Event date: Tuesday, 16 March 2021
Hour:  18:00 20:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Heinz Sieburg
Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): Perspektiven des ‚Anderen‘ in Literatur, Theater und (neuen) Medien
Event date: Wednesday, 17 March 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Ass.Prof. Dr. Oliver Kohns, Luxemburg
Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): Suspicious Spiral: Autofiction and Black German Subjectivity in Olivia Wenzel’s 1000 Serpentinen Angst
Event date: Wednesday, 24 March 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Ass. Prof. Dr. Priscilla Layne, Chapel Hill
Frontalier.ières Questions d’(in)visibilisations
Event date: Thursday, 25 March 2021
Hour:  19:00 20:30
Place:  Rotondes, Place des Rotondes,
Frühlingslektüren: Witz und Öffentlichkeit (Georg Mein)
Event date: Tuesday, 30 March 2021
Hour:  18:00 20:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Georg Mein
Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): Alterität und Männlichkeit. Perspektiven der Gender Studies am Beispiel von Schillers Kabale und Liebe
Event date: Wednesday, 31 March 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Jun. Prof. Dr. Franziska Bergmann, Trier
Das Pferd als natürliche Ressource im spätmittelalterlichen urbanen Umfeld. Möglichkeiten, Einrichtungen und Konflikte
Event date: Monday, 12 April 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  conférence en ligne
Speaker: Fabienne Meiers
Frühlingslektüren: Das transformative Potenzial der Darstellenden Künste (Holger Bergmann)
Event date: Tuesday, 13 April 2021
Hour:  18:00 20:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Holger Bergmann
Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): Die anderen Europäer – die sogenannten ‚Zigeuner‘. Zur Darstellung einer Minderheit in Literatur und Kunst
Event date: Wednesday, 14 April 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker:  Prof. Dr. Hans Richard Brittnacher, Berlin
Nei Publikatioun: Sproochen um Aarbechtsmaart 1984-2019
Published on Friday, 16 April 2021
À partir d’un échantillon d’offres d’emploi publiées dans le Luxemburger Wort et portant sur la période 1984-2019, cette étude décrit la variété et l’évolution des compétences linguistiques exigées...
Séminaire de recherche : Revêtir l'invisible : La religion habillée
Event date: Friday, 16 April 2021
Hour:  13:30 16:00
Speaker: Nathalie Roelens, Université du Luxembourg & Nicole Foucher, Université Lumière Lyon 2
Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): Zur Andersheit im europäischen Theater der Gegenwart
Event date: Wednesday, 21 April 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Dr. Koku G. Nonoa, Luxemburg
Developing Multilingual Literacies – Exploring the role of communities for literacy development in multilingual families
Event date: Wednesday, 21 April 2021
Hour:  17:00 20:00
Place:  WebEx - registration via www.eventbrite.co.uk
Doctoral Training Unit CALIDIE Final Conference: Capitalising on Linguistic Diversity in Education
Event date: Thursday, 22 April 2021
Hour:  9:00 23-04 | 13:10
Place:  WebEx
Colloque vun der Luxemburgistik: Soziolinguistik vun der Lëtzebuerger Futtballsprooch
Event date: Monday, 26 April 2021
Hour:  17:00 18:30
Place:  WebEx
Speaker: François Conrad
Frühlingslektüren: „Wie kommst du zu dem Kind?“ Unordnung im Hause Stechlin (Wilhelm Amann)
Event date: Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Hour:  18:00 20:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Wilhelm Amann
Entfällt: Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): Literarische Wiedergänger? Formen des Rewriting in der deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur
Event date: Wednesday, 28 April 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Dr. Laura Beck, Bremen
Frühlingslektüren: Herrschaftsstil und literarischer Stil (Amelie Bendheim)
Event date: Monday, 10 May 2021
Hour:  18:00 20:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Amelie Bendheim
Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): Blinder Herr, sehender Knecht. Perspektiven des ‚Anderen‘ im Stricker-Märe und in Quentin Tarantinos Django Unchained
Event date: Wednesday, 12 May 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Martin Sebastian Hammer, M.Ed., Wuppertal
Minority Report (Digitale Ringvorlesung): ‚Now, gods, stand up for bastards!’ – Über den Aufstand der Illegitimen in der Literatur
Event date: Wednesday, 19 May 2021
Hour:  11:30 13:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Dr. Wilhelm Amann, Luxemburg
Frühlingslektüren: Zuschaueraffekte im Theater Pierre Corneilles (Christian Reidenbach)
Event date: Tuesday, 25 May 2021
Hour:  18:00 20:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Christian Reidenbach
DTU CALIDIE Lecture in Multilingualism and Learning: Pedagogical translanguaging and teachers´s beliefs in the multilingual context of the Basque Country
Event date: Tuesday, 01 June 2021
Hour:  16:00 17:30
Place:  WebEx:https://unilu.webex.com/unilu/j.php?MTID=me2d647be913d073b64ec95b853c81800
Speaker: Durk Gorter, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
Le gouvernement luxembourgeois en exil et la découverte du concept de démocratie
Event date: Tuesday, 01 June 2021
Hour:  19:00 21:00
Place:  Abbaye Neumünster
Speaker: Entretien avec André Linden et Sonja Kmec
Secondary impacts of COVID-19 hit girls and low-income children harder
Published on Thursday, 03 June 2021
New research suggests that adolescent girls and children from low-income homes are especially vulnerable to effects of COVID-19 that can affect mental health. Results of an international study show...
COVID-Kids II study for children and adolescents between 6 and 16
Published on Tuesday, 08 June 2021
What effect has COVID-19 had on my life? What has changed?
Frühlingslektüren: Der verloren gegangene Gegenstand des Literaturunterrichts (Jennifer Pavlik)
Event date: Tuesday, 08 June 2021
Hour:  18:00 20:00
Place:  Webex-Veranstaltung
Speaker: Jennifer Pavlik
LTAH: Gouverner en temps de pandémie – la peste à Tournai
Event date: Thursday, 10 June 2021
Hour:  18:30 20:30
Place:  conférences en ligne
COVID-Kids follow-up study: Call for participants between 6 – 16 years
Published on Friday, 11 June 2021
Having explored children’s experiences and well-being during the first wave of the pandemic (COVID-Kids I) last year, researchers from the University of Luxembourg have now developed a follow-up st...
DTU CALIDIE Lecture in Multilingualism and Learning: American Jewish Summer Camps as Translanguaging Thirdspaces
Event date: Tuesday, 15 June 2021
Hour:  16:00 17:30
Place:  WebEx: https://unilu.webex.com/unilu/j.php?MTID=m3303a9f602d7c248ba5b35669a6c7793
Speaker: Sharon Avni, City University of New York (CUNY)
Ronndëschgespréich: Wéi e Stellewäert huet d’Lëtzebuerger Geschicht an der Fuerschung, an der Schoul, an der Ëffentlechkeet?
Event date: Monday, 21 June 2021
Hour:  19:00 20:30
Place:  Nationalbibliothéik (BNL)
Second Open MIS-Understandings-Session on Inclusion
Event date: Tuesday, 29 June 2021
Hour:  17:00 18:00
Place:  Webex
Speaker: Carmen Zurbrigggen, University of Luxembourg & Andrea Binsfeld, University of Luxembourg
DTU CALIDIE Lecture in Multilingualism and Learning: Decolonizing Sociolinguistics - Project and/or Provocation?
Event date: Tuesday, 06 July 2021
Hour:  16:00 17:30
Place:  Online lecture
Speaker: Ana Deumert, University of Cape Town
12th International IAWIS/AIERTI Conference: Water and Sea in Word and Image
Event date: Monday, 12 July 2021
Hour:  9:00 16-07 | 17:00
Place:  Online conference