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Liberal Arts in Sweden – Insights from a young researcher

From its beginning in 2017, ELAI has been striving to include in its coverage the developments of European liberal arts initiatives in languages other than English. Another important factor was the relevance of empirical research to complement perspectives of educational philosophy and the work of advocacy. And of course, much of the work of ELAI…

Daria Kleeva – Liberal Arts and Sciences as a Cognitive Style

ELAI continues to encourage liberal arts students and alumni in Europe to reflect on their pathways throughout their studies and afterwards. Today, we are happy to publish a piece by Daria Kleeva who is in her last year of studies at Smolny College in St. Petersburg, Russia.Over the last decades, plenty arguments, numbers, and facts…

Liberal Education Student Conference – LESC 2018 final report published

The 3rd edition of Liberal Education Student Conference took place in Utrecht in May 2018. Rising up to the expectations, the gathering was highly successful in attracting students from a diverse array of liberal arts institutions and programmes, including Eastern and Southern Europe (that were less represented in previous editions).A tip of the hat to…

Freya Tilleman On Bridging Gaps and Responsible Citizens: What a Liberal Arts and Sciences education has meant to me

Freya Tilleman – On Bridging Gaps and Responsible Citizens: What a Liberal Arts and Sciences education has meant to me

The book “What is liberal education – and what could it be? European students on their liberal arts education” has been published in October. It can be viewed online here, while those from all over the world who are faithful to reading in paper are more than welcome to order one through a form. ELAI…