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Linguis Europae is dedicated to a range of topics involving official state, regional, and minority languages in the EU. Posts are written in five languages by UI students and faculty! Check back regularly for updates!
Skye Mclean discusses the East Central Illinois Refugee Mutual Assistance Center (ECRIMAC), which provides services essential to refugee and immigrant resettlement in East-Central Illinois and aids in the exchange and preservation of their respective cultures.
Senior Andrey Starosin offers his perspective on the current events taking place in Crimea.
Linguis Europae's own Zsuzsanna Fagyal and her course "Languages and Minorities in Europe" were featured in a recent issue of the School of Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics.
Kaitlyn Russell muses on her fondness for the Italian dialect, Bolognese.
Linguis Europae is a blog space dedicated to a wide range of topics involving official state, regional, and minority languages in the European Union.
It includes such topics as:
- Current events in Europe and here at the University of Illinois
- Language policy at different levels of jurisdiction
- Language planning
- Language revitalization
- Language and culture
Blog posts are written by University of Illinois students and faculty with a variety of backgrounds, and in five languages! Check back each week for new updates!