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dr. G.E. Muda

Project Coordinator / Academic Coach
dr. G.E. Muda


Personal information

 Surname                     Muda                                                    

Christian name           Liesbeth

Email                            g.e.muda

Nationality                  Dutch

Place of birth              Bergh


Employment history 

 2012-2019   English Teacher and Coach at the Faculty of Behavioural and                                         Social Sciences of the University of Groningen;

2011-2012     Policy Advisor Internationalisation at the Central Office of the                                        University of Groningen (International Strategy and Relations);

2000-2011     Coordinator Internationalisation at the Faculty of Behavioural                                      and Social Sciences; main focus areas: exchange and marketing.


  • PhD at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Groningen. Date defence: 19 May 2011. Thesis:  The Mirror Image: The Representation of Social Roles for Women in Novels by Charlotte Brontë, Kate Chopin, Edith Wharton and Jean Rhys;
  • Sworn in as certified translator English / Dutch;

1996-1998         Master’s degree in English at the RUG (Cum Laude);

                             Specialization: Modern British and American  Literature;

                             Thesis: The Double: The Use of the Double in the Representation                                 of Madness in Feminist Literature;

1993-1996          Grade 1 teaching certificate (NHL)

1990-1993          Grade 2 teaching certificate (NHL)

1983-1985          Bachelor’s programme in English Language and Literature at the                                 University of Amsterdam.


 1999          ReMa English, RUG: ‘Literary Theory and Research Methods;’

1999           Various computer courses at the CIT (a.o.: Publishing with Word and                          Internet Publishing);

  • Cambridge Proficiency (South London College).


  • An excellent command of English (near native), and a good command of German;
  • Passive knowledge of French;
  • Experience with Windows, Word, Thunderbird, and Internet;
  • Apple Fan;
  • Analytical way of thinking;
  • Good social and communication skills;
  • Capable of working independently, but also a good team player;
  • Organizational skills: well-organized and structured way of thinking and acting.


Last modified:14 October 2019 4.31 p.m.

Contact information

Office for Educational Support

Job title:
English Teacher / Coach
Working hours:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday