The academic staff of the Department of Languages, Literature and Communication study European languages and cultures. The Department has a special focus on linguistics and language use, and how people communicate by using language. In addition, the literature of the Middle Ages, the early modern and the modern period is studied. The (Dutch-taught) Bachelor's programme in Celtic languages and cultures is unique in the Netherlands, as well as the (Dutch-taught) Master's programmes in translating, intercultural communication and Renaissance studies.
13 October 2017
All webinars will be hosted by our students and staff, who are ready to answer any questions during the Q&A session at the end.
27 September 2017
The first book length overview of a central topic in psychology, linguistics, and philosophy, published in open access.
15 September 2017
Alumni magazine Illuster interviewed Geert Buelens together with Director of Het Literatuurhuis Michaël Stoker about the visibility of literature in the city.
27 October 2017 09:30 - 12:00
On the day of Tessel Boerma’s PhD thesis defence (27 October), a symposium on ‘Language Impairment and Bilingualism’ will be organised.
6 November 2017 14:30 - 15:45
On 6 November, Anqi Yang will defend her PhD thesis in which she investigates how Chinese and Korean children learn to mark new information in a sentence.
27 November 2017 17:15 - 19:00
Astrid Erll will argue that 'Homer' is the product of connectivity and exchange among individuals and groups, of relations that work across time and space.