The Center for Research and Practice in Cultural Continuity, located in the University of Warsaw’s Faculty of “Artes Liberales,” is a centre of academic excellence for conducting transdisciplinary research on culture and language, focusing in particular on cultural-linguistic continuity and survival.
It has been established by the University of Warsaw along with its institutional partners: the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) of the University of London, Universiteit Leiden (Faculty of Archaeology), the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History and the University of Groningen (Campus Fryslân), all of whom are represented on the Centre’s Scientific Council.
A fundamental premise for the creation of the Center is the need to carry out cutting-edge international team-based projects that transcend the boundaries of disciplines and foster creative collaboration between academia, society and non-academic partners.
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New publication: “Translating the divine: culture contact and language planning from within in a sixteenth-century Nahuatl dictionary”
2 September 2021
Szymon Gruda, 2021. Translating the divine: culture contact and language planning from within in a sixteenth-century Nah...