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Vice-chancellor Erik Renström is standing in a park, in front of blossoming cherry trees. He is wearing a suit and tie.
30 April 2021

The vice-chancellor Erik Renström is thanking all staff and students at Lund university for the fantastic, superhuman efforts you have made during the year.

Ett jordklot som synas med förstoringsglas med universitetshuset som bakgrund
18 June 2021

Eight new PhD student positions in the Agenda 2030 Graduate School and up to 12 postdoc positions will be annouced on 30 August 2021.

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26 May 2021

How do Athenian street artists use creativity in activism or activism in their creative practices to construct forms of protest and resistance? What kinds of strategies do they employ? How are…

Sabine Gosselke Berthlesen med sin avhandling i handen
8 February 2021

Learning a second language can feel like a slow and tedious process. Yet, the human brain starts segmenting and categorising new language input virtually from the very second that it is exposed it. It…

[Translate to English:] En av byggnaderna som tillhör SOL. En äldre byggnad i rött tegel, som är fem våningar hög.
4 February 2021

Lari-Valtteri Suhonen vid disputationen
17 December 2020

Lari-Valtteri Suhonen successfully defended his PhD thesis "Snakes and Ladders – Developmental Aspects of Lexical-Conceptual Relationships in the Multilingual Mental Lexicon" last week. The faculty…

Chiara Gargiulo at her defence
26 October 2020

Chiara Gargiulo successfully defended her PhD thesis "On L1 Attrition and Prosody in Pronominal Anaphora Resolution" last week. The faculty opponent was Ludovica Serratrice, University of Reading.

Cover of the book "Writing in English at University A Guide for Second Language Writers"
25 September 2020

This new textbook is for anyone who wishes to learn more about academic writing in English.

Vasiliki Simaki and Nele Põldvere
5 August 2020

Nele Põldvere and Vasiliki Simaki at the English unit of the Centre for Languages and Literature have secured new research funding.

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8 January 2020

In her dissertation Joanne Yager investigates the outcomes of language contact and multilingualism among egalitarian foragers in a small-scale multilingual setting in northern Peninsular Malaysia.