News and events


Ali Smith. Bron: Wikimedia
19 July 2019
Write, paint, draw or photograph a creative response to Ali Smith’s 'Autumn'. Deadline for submissions: 20 October 2019.
Prof. dr. Nick Couldry
28 June 2019
On 12 June the Datafied Society and the Centre for Humanities hosted the lecture 'The Emerging Social Order of Data Colonialism'.
7 May 2019
During this year's One Book One Campus project, students and staff read ‘Autumn’ by Ali Smith. The project culminates in the visit of the author in November.
Asmahan Mahmoud en Elaheh (Ella) Akin
6 May 2019
InclUsion enables refugees to study at Utrecht University, but what should you do if you can't pay the travel costs to Utrecht?
25 March 2019
Tessa van Charldorp identifies bottlenecks in the field of hospital communication.




E.g., 08/20/2019
Prof. Laurajane Smith
17 September 2019 19:15 - 20:15
This talk will theorise both the affective qualities of heritage and the processes through which heritage becomes a resource of political power.
Prof. dr. Keir Reeves. Bron: YouTube (still)
27 September 2019 14:30 - 17:15
Round Table discussion with Keir Reeves, visiting Fellow of the Centre for the Humanities.
4 October 2019 12:00 - 18:00
On 4 October a working conference will take place on brainhacking and brainjacking ('Hersenvredebreuk').
7 November 2019
Ali Smith's visit concludes the One Book One Campus project, where students and staff members together read her novel 'Autumn'.