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Launch podcast Terra Mosana

Will we still be speaking Limburgish or English in 500 years’ time? What does our future language sound like? How come so many different dialects and languages ​​can be found in the Euregio just a few kilometres away? Is it true that German dialects are disappearing? Do Walloons still come home in their own language like their Flemish neighbours?

In a three-part podcast, two young people from Dutch Limburg are looking for answers to these questions in their homeland: the Euregio.

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Thank you for updating Pure with your 2021 research output

A heartfelt thank-you to everyone who has already entered their research output in Pure.

For those who haven’t yet found the time to do so, please remember the deadline (for last year’s publications) is 10 January 2022. We will be generating reports not long after.

Questions? Contact Kim (k.vanhonk@maastrichtuniversity.nl) or have a look at the original data entry call for 2021 here.

Open Access publishing resources

Publish Open Access in 2022 to ensure a broader reach of your research.

The UM library has several resources to help you figure out how to do so.

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e-Zine of UNL Digital Society conference 2021 now available

The highlights of the UNL Digital Society conference have been brought together in an e-magazine so you can catch up on those sessions you missed, including great keynote lectures by Genevieve Bell on the history of cybernetics and Tarleton Gillespie on deprioritising content as a way of dealing with hate speech and other undesirable content.

Sally Wyatt, one of the national coordinators of the Digital Society programme, is also interviewed.

Mareike Smolka successful co-applicant of EASST Award for STIR seminars

Mareike Smolka is co-organiser of a monthly online seminar series on Socio-Technical Integration Research (STIR), which will be launched in January 2022.

The organisation team received the EASST Award 2021-21 (€1500) to support their activities.

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Anique Hommels awarded NWO/JPI Urban Europe grant

Anique Hommels has, together with Marc Dijk (Maastricht Sustainability Institute), been awarded a research grant for the ‘Embedterlabs’ project by NWO/JPI Urban Europe.

The project is supported by a consortium consisting of universities, municipalities and urban stakeholders.

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Reminder: update your Pure research output for 2021

Please enter your 2021 output in Pure before Monday 10 January 2022.

For all kinds of institutional and individual assessments, only output registered in Pure counts. In other words: if output is not registered in Pure, it does not exist!

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Call for proposals EPIC conference

Are you an educational pioneer or innovator? Submit your proposals for EPIC!

EPIC is the Educational Pioneers and Innovators Conference, taking place from 30 May – 1 June 2022, providing higher education professionals from around the globe the opportunity to share knowledge on and experience with the digital transformation and innovation with technology in higher education.

Please submit your proposal before 28 January 2022.

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Christian Ernsten launches online exhibition

Christian Ernsten has launched the online exhibition ‘Cape Town Day Zero/Ground Zero: A Decolonial River Walk‘.

Together with students from the master’s programme Arts and Heritage, photography by Dirk-Jan Visser, design by Erik Wong, and web development by Ivo Kruchten, the online exhibition came about.

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Exhibition preview: “The Archive in Progress”

This month, the exhibition preview “The Archive in Progress: Behind the Scenes of Alternative Archives in the Netherlands” can be seen at Atria, institute on gender equality and women’s history, in Amsterdam.

The exhibition was curated by FASoS PhD candidate Noah Littel.

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