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First Lund-Stellenbosch workshop on Unravelling the multilingual mind


Photo: Victoria Johansson

The first Lund-Stellenbosch workshop on Unravelling the multilingual mind is in full swing, hosted jointly by the Humanities Lab and the Centre for Languages and Literature. Five participants from Stellenbosch University in South Africa and six participants from Lund come together in the STINT-NRF-funded project to take the first steps towards psycholinguistic investigation of truly multilingual speakers in South Africa process language. An additional objective is to build a psycholinguistics lab in Stellenbosch, so a visit to the Humanities Lab is part of the programme.

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