Monday 16 October 2017 to Friday 24 November 2017 17:00
Call for Seed Money Proposals
Tuesday 24 October 2017 10:30 to 11:45
On 24 October Katrin Zapp will defend her PhD thesis on the way children in the age of 10-12 use and perceive colour in paintings.
Thursday 26 October 2017 to Friday 27 October 2017
How can a postcolonial perspective inform newer understandings of contemporary forms of cultural, political and economic globalisation?
Thursday 26 October 2017 16:15 to 17:30
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger will give a lecture "The Hands of the Engraver. Albert Flocon meets Gaston Bachelard".
Thursday 26 October 2017 18:00 to Saturday 28 October 2017 14:00
The conference is related to the project Contested Privates: the oppositional pairing of religion and homosexuality in public debates in the Netherlands
Friday 27 October 2017 09:30 to 12:00
On the day of Tessel Boerma’s PhD thesis defence (27 October), a symposium on ‘Language Impairment and Bilingualism’ will be organised.
Friday 27 October 2017 18:00 to 19:00
Stephanie Levert (Art History) will defend her PhD thesis in Utrecht University Hall on 27 October 2017.
Monday 30 October 2017 12:45 to 13:45
On 30 October 2017 Ibrahim Murtala will defend his PhD thesis on practices of mediation in Christ Embassy and NASFAT in Abuja, Nigeria.
Monday 30 October 2017 15:00 to 17:30
Inter-and intra-religious encounters and entanglements of Christians, Muslims and traditionalists in African urban spaces
The symposium will explore various issues that arise from both inter- and intra-religious encounters and entanglements.
Thursday 2 November 2017 09:30 to Friday 3 November 2017 17:00
The workshop is organised by Heloise - European Network on Digital Academic History and the Descartes Centre
Friday 3 November 2017 09:00 to 17:30
Several internationally-renowned speakers will share their visions on how science can tackle today’s global food challenges.
Friday 3 November 2017 12:45 to 13:45
In his dissertation Roland Mees investigated the motivation of human agents to take up the challenge of mitigating climate change.
Monday 6 November 2017 14:30 to 15:45
On 6 November, Anqi Yang will defend her PhD thesis in which she investigates how Chinese and Korean children learn to mark new information in a sentence.
Wednesday 8 November 2017 to Friday 10 November 2017
This conference investigates the way cultures on both sides of the northern Atlantic perceived, represented, interacted with, and changed each other.
Friday 10 November 2017 to Saturday 11 November 2017
This year’s conference of the Dutch Research School of Philosophy is organized by Utrecht University and will be held on 10-11 November in Doorn.
Monday 13 November 2017 15:15 to 17:00
The editors of ‘Scriptural Authority and Biblical Criticism in the Dutch Golden Age’ discuss the complicated relationship between philology and theology.
Friday 17 November 2017 14:30 to 15:45
Max J. Friedlander's insights have laid an irrefutable foundation for the scientific research of early Dutch painting, Suzanne Laemers argues in her PhD thesis.
Monday 20 November 2017 15:00 to 18:00
In the afternoon preceding the “Night of Descartes”, we aim to shed light on the promises and difficulties involved in reflecting on the future of science.
Monday 20 November 2017 20:00 to 21:30
What happens when empirical evidence is at odds with political purposes? Science historian Dr Alice Dreger on dogma, activists and justice.
Monday 27 November 2017 17:15 to 19:00
Astrid Erll will argue that 'Homer' is the product of connectivity and exchange among individuals and groups, of relations that work across time and space.