6 search results for “fable” in the Staff website
The surprising tradition of fables in French education: 'It builds bridges between generations'
In the Netherlands, people probably grew up with De Fabeltjeskrant (a children’s show, ed.), but in France an introduction to fables plays a much more important role in a child's upbringing. PhD candidate Céline Zaepffel studied the role of fables in French education and teaching methods. It turns out…
Cybersecurity Month: are you ‘cybersafe?’
Cybersecurity month: how to recognise a phishing email
Tazuko van Berkel receives Vidi for research into economics and anthropology in ancient Greece
University lecturer Tazuko van Berkel has obtained a Vidi grant of 800,000 euros. This will enable her to research the image of man that emerges from economic texts from ancient Greece.
- Forgotten heroes
From Aesop to La Fontaine and beyond: Word, Image and Education / D’Ésope à La Fontaine et au-delà: Texte, Illustration et Éducation