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Learning by listening – How we “accidentally” learn languages

When I used to work in a shelter for underage refugees, literally somewhere in the central-German countryside, I made a pretty enlightening observation. The youngsters I was working with were all teenagers from countries like Afghanistan, Syria, and various African countries, that arrived in Germany during the events of 2015. Of course, one of their […]

Back to School

Q: Age is no guarantee of efficiency.James Bond: And youth is no guarantee of innovation. (Skyfall, 2012) Let’s decide to put these outdated ideas to rest once and for all. Fortunately, there are ways to see in this “new normal”  not only the 2020 version of the seven plagues of Egypt but also occasions to […]

Како изгледа еден ЕВС проект во Малага, Шпанија?

После две одложувања на почетокот на проектот, конечно дојде и месец октомври кога патешествието наречено ЕВС проект започна и од Скопје се преселив во Алаурин де ла торе. Мал град во близина на Малага, или како што јас љубам да го наречам мое Драчево (бидејќи оддалеченоста од Малага е иста како Драчево од Центар, а […]

Gender as an Analytical Category

I met with Prof. Erzsébet Barát during the International Week which was held at the Philosophical Faculty in Skopje. The subtitle of this event was “Challenges of teaching and research in humanities and social sciences”. Barát’s areas of competence are: gender studies, discourse analysis, qualitative research methods, and media studies. Her areas of specialization are […]