About us

Sorbian Studies as an academic discipline deals with both Sorbian languages and Sorbian culture and literature. The research and didactics conducted in our Institute in the area of Sorbian Studies, structured into B.A., M.A. and teacher training programmes, are world-wide unique. Qualified and well-educated graduates are needed, particularly in schools and other teaching and administrative institutions, both in Lower Lusatia in Brandenburg and Upper Lusatia in Saxony, as the Sorbian populations there have protected status as speakers of minority languages. We offer our students a practically-orientated, well-grounded education which aims to develop linguistic competence and consciousness of the native tongue and its related culture.


Am 28. April findet an der Universität Leipzig der Studieninformationstag statt, zu dem wir herzlich...

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News archive

Dr. Patrick McCafferty - "The Younger Dryass Impact Hypothesis: A Tale of Fire, Stone and Ice"...

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On the 22nd of January 2018, Maeve von Heynitz, Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of Ireland in...

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Dr. habil. habil. Sabine Asmus (with support by Dr. Sven Grawunder) - "Three and two-variant...

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Because of illness, the presentation of Till Vogt - "Word Order and Translation: Testament Nevez Hon...

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Am 15. Dezember besuchten Neuntklässler des Niedersorbischen Gymnasiums unser Institut zusammen mit...

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December 14, 7 p.m.: Because of illness the Xmas party for students is cancelled.

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Dear Researchers,
Due to spreading illness and business trips, our meeting this coming week is...

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Prof. Dr. Eduard Werner - "Urbanisation and minority languages"

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Ielyzaveta Walther - "Latest developments in Minority and Celtic Studies"

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Prof. Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha from the National University of Ireland, Galway, a specialist in Old and...

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last modified: 14.02.2018


Universität Leipzig
Philologische Fakultät
Institut für Sorabistik
Beethovenstr. 15
04107 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 9737650
Fax: +49 341 9737659



Secretary’s office

Matthias Schlegel / Mato Šlegel

Secretariat, Presence Library
GWZ – Office room 1206
Phone: +49 341 97 37 650

Office hours:

on Tuesdays 2 – 3:30 p.m.
on Wednesdays 1 – 2:30 p.m.