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Janet Fuller Appointed as Professor of European Language and Society

28 November 2017

Janet M. Fuller has been appointed as Professor of European Language and Society at the University of Groningen as of September 2017. She is associated with the European Languages ​​& Cultures degree programme at the Faculty of Arts.

Janet Fuller
Janet Fuller

The focus of Prof. Fuller’s research is on sociolinguistics in combination with the German language. Her expertise in this field is internationally recognized. Fuller will conduct her research for the Center for Language and Cognition Groningen research institute.

Janet Fuller previously worked as a professor in Anthropology at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale (USA) and was the head of the department of Women's Studies at SIU. She has done extensive research in the field of multilingualism. Some of her published works include Spanish Speakers in the USA (2013) and Introduction to Sociology Studies (2015).

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