Innovative Approaches in the Multilingual Workplace
Investigating what sociolinguistic conditions and pragmatic interests shape communication in a multilingual European workplace and how could cultivation of metapragmatic talk enhance the initial training of newcomers.


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Members of BM Luxembourg

Bilingualism Matters Luxembourg opened on 5th March 2021. Find out about the members, who all research multilingualism from social, educational and psychological perspectives.


Prof. Dr. Claudine Kirsch
Branch Director / Associate Professor, University of Luxembourg / Multilingual Pedagogies More
Dr. Maria Obojska
Social Media Team Coordinator / Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Luxembourg / Multilingualism in Children More
Veronika Lovrits
Social Media Team - Web Content Manager / Doctoral Researcher, University of Luxembourg / Multilingualism at Work More

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