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  • High scores in the National Student Survey for our BA and MA

    Hurray! Both our BA programme Minorities & Multilingualism, as well as our MA programme Multilingualism received high scores from our students in the most recent National Student Survey; the yearly student satisfaction…

  • The 3M team

    Two European prizes for 3M research project!

    At a recent conference for language teachers in Utrecht, our colleague Joana Duarte – together with Mirjam Günther and their team at NHL Stenden – has won two prizes for their 3M…

  • ‘The place chose me’ – an interview with Eva J. Daussá

    This week, an article appeared in ‘Catalonia Today’ that drew our attention. The article was an interview with M&M professor Eva J. Daussá. Eva J. Daussá is a proffessor of linguistics at…

  • How well does the Dutch government protect national minorities?

    How well does the Dutch government protect national minorities? Europe’s answers create job perspectives for students of Frisian   The Dutch government should do more to promote the Frisian language and identity.…

  • Tresoar Fellowship 2020

    Are you recently graduated? Do you have the ambition to set up an innovating research project concerning Frisian history, literature or culture? Then Tresoar is looking for you!  Tresoar is the Frisian…

  • Old Frisian Summer School in Oxford

    ‘A week of studying Old Frisian for students who can’t fit it into their normal study programme’ was the main idea behind the summer school Old Frisian held from the 8th to…

  • Vlogging for Cultural Heritage

    Vlogging (video blogging) about the the Wadden Sea, Regional sports or Friesian horses? The second-year students of Minorities & Multilingualism all took on this challenge for the course Into the Local Laboratory:…

  • Old Frisian Summer School

    We are proud to present the Old Frisian Summer School that the chair group Frisian Language and Literature is organizing together this summer with the renowned University of Oxford! The course will…

  • Study Trip to Kraków

    History, pirogi and zlotys: these are three words that describe the study trip that fourteen M&M students took to Kraków, Poland Mid-April. They visited the historical city and its surroundings to study…

  • Photo exhibition by M&M students

    ‘How do we tend to under- or misrepresent minorities in the media?’, this was the main question the students of Marlen Stöhrs course Minority Representation in Arts and Literature posed themselves when…