15 Credits AUTUMN

Pre-requisites: Students must have Degree-level or equivalent linguistic competence in French or German

Aims/Description: This module offers students with an overview of current issues in the field of Luxembourg Studies. Students will be encouraged to specialise in an area of Luxembourg Studies ranging from cultural studies, history, migration studies, multilingualism, politics or sociology. Students will develop a profound understanding in a selected area of Luxembourg Studies, which will be further developed over the course of the second semester and in the context of their Dissertation. Support in developing Luxembourgish language skills is also provided if appropriate in relation to the focal area of specialisation.

Staff Contact: Sandra Henry
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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