Luxembourg born Associate Professor Dr Claudine Kirsch joined the University of Luxembourg in January 2012, having previously worked at Goldsmiths, University of London. She currently teaches on BA, MA and PhD programs. Her research interests include multilingualism; language learning and teaching; multiliteracies; family literacies; early childhood; family language policies, and professional development. Since 2013, she has led several longitudinal research projects which address the need for innovative teaching practices in superdiverse Luxembourg (https://mulipec.uni.lu; https://iteo.uni.lu). She currently leads two research projects, one focusing on collaboration with parents and multilingual literacies (COMPARE, https://compare.uni.lu) and one on the influence of Covid-19 on children’s subjective well-being and stay-at home-experiences (COVID-Kids I, II; http://covid-kids.uni.lu).
Associate Professor, Languages, Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, University of Luxembourg