PhD candidate / guest
Elise Alberts is pursuing a doctoral degree at the Protestant Theological University and Leiden University in the fields of theology and sociolinguistics. In her research, she is investigating the effect of multilingualism on faith experience. In particular, she is examining how language attitudes and ideologies influence the way that multilingual Christians perceive their faith, and to what extent different languages can affect their lived theology. Her research is conducted within transnational church communities in the Netherlands. Her supervisors are Prof. Dorottya Nagy (PThU) and Prof. Gijsbert Rutten (UL).
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