The Aramaic language, often used as a mere means to study a wide range of areas in Humanities, deserves its own academic attention - according to professor Holger Gzella.
Language is hardly ever neutral. Reality allows for different representations, which allow the speaker to direct the audience’s thoughts towards a certain interpretation – according to Ronny Boogaart’s new book: ‘Een sprinter is een stoptrein zonder wc’.
In this overview, you will find all LUCL-related events that take place in the coming months. This section will be updated regularly.
Leiden University has a long tradition in research in the world’s languages and boasts unique linguistic expertise in all corners of the earth. Coupled with current theoretical insights and modern experimental methods our university considers this research as one of its 11 research profile areas.