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3 December 2019
Tom Idema has received an Acceleration Grant for his project "Crafting Sustainable Transformation Stories".
Prof. dr. Kiene Brillenburg Wurth
3 December 2019
On 30 November, Kiene Brillenburg Wurth presented the NPO Radio 4 show Een goedemorgen met...
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3 December 2019
This week, it was announced that alumnus Jeroen Lesuis has won the Roggeveen prize with his master thesis on Guyanese headdresses.
3 December 2019
Nina Köll interviews Hanna Surma en Judith Keilbach on the influence of streaming data on screenwriting.
30 November 2019
Jojanneke van der Toorn en Martine Veldhuizen share their experiences with their interdisciplinary research project ‘Privacy and Inclusion’.
Europese Commissie © iStockphoto.com/olrat
29 November 2019
The strategic theme Institutions for Open Societies (IOS) was invited by the European Commission in Brussels to share their expertise.
genderhub
21 November 2019
The Gender and Diversity Hub provides an interdisciplinary platform. For example by organizing monthly lunch meetings on different themes.
Foto: Michael Kooren
19 November 2019
In the seventeenth century, Dutch scholars wore Japenese robes as a sign of intelligence and status.
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19 November 2019
Recently, the Open Access platform StreamGram was launched, developed by the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, Roberta D'Alessandro and others.
19 November 2019
Last month, De Gruyter published 'Early Printed Narrative Literature in Western Europe', edited by Bart Besamusca, Elisabeth de Bruijn and Frank Willaert.
De communistische Rotfrontkämpferbund marcheert door Berlijn-Wedding, 1927. Bron: Wikimedia/German Federal Archive
12 November 2019
In honour of the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Weimar Republic, Dr Jochen Hung created a radioshow for the BBC on this topic.
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12 November 2019
The Dutch Research Council will finance a project on the meanings of home for Arab LGBT refugees in Amsterdam, carried out by Nisrine Chaer.
12 November 2019
Last month, SAGE published "The Sage Handbook of Media and Migration", edited by Dr Koen Leurs and other researchers.
12 November 2019
Last month, Brill published "Among Digitized Manuscripts. Philology, Codicology, Paleography in a Digital World" by Dr Cornelis van Lit.
Boekhandel Savannah Bay in Utrecht
12 November 2019
In honour of the thirty-fifth anniversary of Savannah Bay, the bookshop collaborated with Utrecht University on several projects.
Bron: Flickr/Julia Hawkins
8 November 2019
Ann Rigney wrote a blog about the history of protests on the newly launched website of Remembering Activism: The Cultural Memory of Protest in Europe.
1 November 2019
Join our free Massive Open Online Course ‘Inequality and democracy’. The MOOC will start on November 11th, 2019.
29 October 2019
On Friday, October 11 the Future of Citizen-based Initiatives Hub organized a second Commons Event at the Social Impact Factory.
Prof.dr. W.P. Gerritsen
28 October 2019
On Thursday the 24th of October, emeritus professor Wim Gerritsen passed away unexpectedly. He was 84.
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28 October 2019
Laurien Crump writes about the fall of the Berlin Wall in the Clingendael Spectator.

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