The Science Shop Language, Culture and Communication is involved in the following projects:
- Students of the Master History Today are participating in the course Atelier Living Heritage. The master students are working in duo's to make a bidbook for a myriad of heritage and cultural organisations in the north of the Netherlands: For the Museum aan der A, students Lars Kieskamp and Victorija Zemaityte are developing a plan for the new introduction hall, opening in 2024. Bibi Koekkoek and Carmen de Graaf are developing a part of the new exhibition for the prison museum in Veenhuizen. Éva Szabó and Colin Janssen are creating an online exhibition about Sibrandus Stratingh for the University Library (UL). Herman van der werf en Ydwer are helping the Museum Wierdenland with a renewal plan for their permanent exhibition. For the War and Remembrance Centre in Groningen (OVCG), the students Mathijs Breedveld and Samir Qountich are helping with a traveling exhibition about sketches from the concentration camps. The archives of the Drenthe province (Drents Archief) have asked Britt Postema and Gerjan Brinksma to help develop an online exhibition and social media campain about (natural) disasters and emergency help in Drenthe. The national carriage museum in Leek is getting help from Lotte Veldkamp and Ellen Hamburg for the refurbishment of their permanent exhibition, and last but not least: Marjan Daanje and Melissa Steenhuis are helping with an exhibition in the Kloostermuseum Ter Apel about witch hunting in Westerwolde.
- For the career minor we have the following projects: the students Gigi, Romy, Wera, Nora and Okke are working on a project with Omrop Fryslân researching the possibility of creating a communal farm that connects Frisian citizens with farmers. Kate, Ornella and Marcus are doing research on the role of Dutch tailors and seamstresses in chaning consumer behavior.
- Together with our partners in the Ems-Dollard Region, the Science Shop is involved in a project about the impact of covid-19 on our border.
- Students European Languages and Cultures Anneteje Gleichman and Tereza Dražanová are analyzing the availability of information in Latin-American Spanish, language attitudes and other factors that may greatly influence the integration of the Latin-American immigrants into the Dutch society.
- History student Samira Kunz and Arjen Bakker from Noorderbrug are making an exposition for people with a non-annate condition.
- Student of European Languages and Cultures Emilia Waterhouse is writing her thesis about the unemployament disparity between European migrants and non-European migrants in the Netherlands.
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