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Opening academisch jaar EUR, Beatrice de Graaf - foto: Michelle Muus
1 September 2015
What role does the scientist play, and how can politics and institutional settings facilitate this role?
Sextus Empiricus and Ancient Physics
27 August 2015
Keimpe Algra and Katerina Ierodiakonou's book offers a series of in-depth studies on Sextus Empiricus' Against the Physics.
Schoolkind schrijft © iStockphoto.com/akajeff
25 August 2015
The European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction awarded the prize to Monica Koster and Renske Bouwer.
Hitler's Brudervolk, by Geraldien von Freitag
25 August 2015
In her new book Geraldien von Frijtag explores Dutch colonial aspirations and initiatives during WWII.
Re-imagining Western Art, Hestia Bavelaar
24 August 2015
An overview and analysis of the discussions and writings about the way the art historical discipline should adapt to new global thinking and practice.
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Events

Festival Oude Muziek 2015, Eventalks
Saturday 29 August 2015 18:30 -
Every evening of the festival a scholar or artist gives a short, inspiring presentation with live music by Vox Luminis.
Wednesday 2 September 2015 13:00 -
'Reality Check' lunchlezingen van Studium Generale: Acht wetenschappers over het leven on- en offline.
Prof. dr. Wiljan van den Akker - Foto: Vincent Mentzel
Thursday 3 September 2015 18:30 -
Professor Wiljan van den Akker will be the speaker of this Eventalk, which will be held as part of the Early Music Festival.
Hacking Habitat Life-hack #3: How to Cross Borders
Thursday 3 September 2015 20:00 -
The British artist and author James Bridle will discuss little sisters, an invisible technology that helps us yet at the same time regulates and controls us.
Magic lantern slides
Thursday 3 September 2015 20:00 -
In the context of the official opening of 'A Million Pictures' - a research project on lantern slides - a magic lantern show will be held on 3 September.
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New publications

Sextus Empiricus and Ancient Physics
27 August 2015
Keimpe Algra and Katerina Ierodiakonou's book offers a series of in-depth studies on Sextus Empiricus' Against the Physics.
Hitler's Brudervolk, by Geraldien von Freitag
25 August 2015
In her new book Geraldien von Frijtag explores Dutch colonial aspirations and initiatives during WWII.
Re-imagining Western Art, Hestia Bavelaar
24 August 2015
An overview and analysis of the discussions and writings about the way the art historical discipline should adapt to new global thinking and practice.
The Good Hubbing Guide
7 July 2015
Utrecht University is one of the partners in the Creative Territories network, the publisher of this guide.
25 June 2015
This book analyses the ways that youth culture online interacts with issues of diaspora, gender, and belonging.
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