Luxembourg

The University of Luxembourg is the only public university in this country and is therefore bound to address the social, cultural, political and economic issues shaping Luxembourg society in the 21st century, using scientific tools and methods. Indeed, one of UL’s core duties is to contribute to a reflection on the country’s multicultural society and its past and future challenges.

The Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences has developed a solid reputation not only with Luxembourg stakeholders but also in international research networks with its work on multilingualism, interculturality, migration and identity. Governance and ethics, political philosophy, the media and the arts, and tangible and intangible cultural heritage are issues that are examined from an interdisciplinary perspective. Luxembourg studies are promoted in a large, transnational and comparative perspective with the objective of furthering internationally innovative research.

Moreover, research and teaching provide substantial public outreach through existing and planned conventions and cooperation with the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Education, Children and Youth, the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures, the Chambre des Députés, and the cities of Luxembourg and Esch/Alzette, as well as the National Library, the National Archives (to be located in Belval, the campus site), the Centre National de Recherche Archéologique, the Centre National de l'Audiovisuel (Dudelange), the Centre National de Littérature (Mersch), the Service des Sites et Monuments and the planned Zentrum fir d'Lëtzebuergescht, the Luxembourg Centre for Architecture, museums and theatres (Esch/Alzette, Luxembourg).

Collaborators in Luxembourg

Kristina
Hondrila
Luxembourg
Social Sciences
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Tonia
Raus
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Humanities
Luxembourg
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Jutta
Bissinger
Geography & Spatial Planning
Luxembourg
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Katja Natalie
Andersen
Education & Social Work
Luxembourg
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Nathalie
Entringer
Luxembourg
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Sonja
Kmec
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Emilia
Toczydlowska
Luxembourg
Migration
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Sébastian
Thiltges
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Petra
Böwen
Education & Social Work
Luxembourg
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Mélanie
Wagner
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Michel
Margue
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Andrea
Binsfeld
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Christoph
Purschke
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Martin
Uhrmacher
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Ingrid
de Saint-Georges
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Katrien
Deroey
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Maria
Stogianni
Luxembourg
Migration
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Gabriel
Rivera Cosme
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Tom
Becker
Geography & Spatial Planning
Luxembourg
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Steve
Kass
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Sylvie
Gamo
Education & Social Work
Luxembourg
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Daniela
Gierschek
Luxembourg
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Isabelle
Albert
Behavioural & Cognitive Sciences
Luxembourg
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Léa
Lemaire
Geography & Spatial Planning
Luxembourg
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Christian
Wille
Geography & Spatial Planning
Humanities
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Amelie
Bendheim
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Hérold
Pettiau
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Julia
Wack
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Peter
GIlles
Humanities
Luxembourg
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Isabell Eva
Baumann
Education & Social Work
Humanities
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Christina
Siry
Education & Social Work
Luxembourg
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Helmut Erich
Willems
Behavioural & Cognitive Sciences
Luxembourg
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Thomas
Lenz
Education & Social Work
Luxembourg
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Latest projects

Luxembourg
LUXATLAS – The first digital and interactive historical Luxembourg town atlas
Imagine that you could travel into the city of Luxembourg’s past, at the touch of a screen. This experience is now possible, thanks to the Luxatlas.lu website, developed by the VILLUX project. This University of Luxembourg project, co-financed by the City of Luxembourg, provides an interactive digital tool that traces the history of the city of Luxembourg and illustrates the stages of its development over the last 200 years.