In this video gallery you will find short films, interviews with researchers and other members of the University, as well as popular lectures focusing on Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Luxembourg.
30th Seminar ADMEE-Europe
ADMEE-Europe is an international Francophone association that brings together researchers, teachers, trainers, managers and others interested in evaluation issues in education and training. Assessment of student achievement, evaluation of training, devices, tools, programs and evaluation of training systems are all themes that motivate the exchanges
Behavioural & Cognitive Sciences
Conferences & Workshops
You will find in this playlist all videos related to research on education at the Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education.
ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War: Political Competition in Postwar Southeast Europe is a five-year project that aims at understanding the political legacies of war by focusing on the evolution of political competition over the period of almost three decades – from the early 1990s until the present – in six postwar states of Southeast Europe: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia.
Boys are cowboys and girls are princesses. From an early age on, we are conditioned by gender-based stereotypes, perpetuated by our close environment including our parents, our teachers, films, books and the media. Even when conveyed unconsciously, those stereotypes affect children’s social development, shape their self-image, influence their educational choices, and consequently may lead to discrimination and gender inequalities.
To raise awareness for stereotyping and challenge traditional gender conceptions, the Ministry of Equality between Women and Men together with the University of Luxembourg’s MediaCentre, created a series of web talks, where experts discuss their perspective on gender stereotyping. Those web talks are part of an on-going collaboration between the ministry and the University to develop a gender policy based on scientific evidence.
MuLiPEC: multilingual pedagogies in early childhood
The project MuLiPEC addresses the need for multilingual pedagogies in early childhood education in Luxembourg. It aims, firstly, at developing the practitioners’ knowledge and skills in relation to multilingualism and effective pedagogies, and second, at contributing to the development of young children's multiple languages in formal and non-formal educational settings.
The Ends of Humanities
The humanities have a general responsibility towards society and one of their mandates is to preserve the cultural skills and knowledge societies depend on. Their role is to reveal alternatives in dealing with current issues and future challenges.
The conference The Ends of the Humanities seeks to underline the various ways in which the humanities engage with the future and inform ongoing cultural processes; at the same time, it acknowledges that to ensure their survival, the humanities must reach beyond established traditions in teaching and research. More specifically, it aims to examine how individual fields position themselves in relation to different social issues in the humanities – and which areas need to be developed further. Papers will investigate the relationship between the humanities on the one hand, and ethics, cultural and social politics, the education system, the law, the economy, new technologies and other sciences, on the other.
Inequalities and ... ?
The iPad App iTEO, a learning and teaching tool, facilitates children’s collaborative, exploratory and open-ended language learning and allows them to translanguage, that is, draw on their entire language repertoire.
Are the humanities in a crisis? How can they fight their corner inside and outside the academic world? How can they reach out to the community? Georg Mein, Dean of the Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education at the University of Luxembourg debate these questions with a different guest in each episode of Talk! Humanities.