Christine Sas

Senior Teaching Fellow in Dutch

Teaches on the undergraduate Dutch language courses, Sociolinguistics and Project in Dutch. Former tutor at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Language Centre, providing training to British diplomats before postings in The Hague, Amsterdam or Brussels. Specific interests are language standardization, multilingualism and language attitudes, particularly with regards to the language situation in Flanders and Brussels.

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In collaboration with Gerdi Quist and Dennis Strik, published Dutch language textbook (Routledge Intensive Dutch Course 2006), incorporating concepts of intercultural communication and critical language awareness. In 2013, published the Routledge Intermediate Dutch Reader, together with Eddy Verbaan and Janneke Louwerse.

Contact details

Office Hour: Monday 1.30-2.30pm or by appointment.

Courses 2014/15

Year Code Course
I DUTC1001 Dutch Language 1
I DUTC1201 Modern Dutch Literary Texts
II DUTC2001 Dutch Language 2
I and II ELCS6028 Language in Society: an introduction to the study of Sociolinguistics
IV DUTC4901 Project in Dutch
IV ELCS4013 Language and Ideology


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