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You Are What You Eat

Ethnologist Ester Bardone shows how food reflects our identities and values. Continue reading

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The “Narva Paradox” and a Reality Check

See what the students and teachers of our EU–Russia master’s programme discovered in Narva, a town where one-third of the population are Russian citizens. Continue reading

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Why Speaking Languages Is Inspiring, Enjoyable, and Healthy

Cognitive neurolinguist Professor Edna Andrews examines the links between languages and the brain, the benefits of multilingualism, and the role of semiotics. Continue reading

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Why “Searching for My Roots” Also Means “Working on My Fluency”

Virve Vihman, adviser to the UT Rector on internationalisation, discusses the issues of language and identity through her own story of growing up as an Estonian-American in California. Continue reading

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