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Anne-Mieke Thieme is the ACLC PhD Representative. Anne-Mieke started her research on multilingualism at ACLC in 2020.

The PhD representative represents the interests of all PhD candidates within ACLC. The PhD representative is appointed for one year. If you have questions or concerns relating to your wider PhD life, you are most welcome to contact the representative. Ideas for initiatives that may benefit the ACLC PhD community are also warmly invited. The representative communicates regularly with the ACLC leadership team and the Faculty of Humanities PhD council. The representative is also responsible for organising several social events throughout the year for members of the ACLC PhD community.

Anne-Mieke Thieme

Anne-Mieke Thieme's research project is based within the SAME project and focuses on peer interactions of multilingual children in daycare in the Netherlands. She combines quantitative and qualitative methods, e.g. social network analysis, observation, interviews, and surveys.

More about the research can be read on Faces of Science or watched in a short video about the project here.

A.M.M. (Anne-Mieke) Thieme MA

Faculty of Humanities

Capaciteitsgroep Nederlandse Taalkunde