HUMmagazine - News

© iStockphoto.com
25 March 2019
Tessa van Charldorp identifies bottlenecks in the field of hospital communication.
22 March 2019
"Motives don’t come in pre-fab packages. Perpetrators are complex, the context is heated", says Beatrice De Graaf terrorism expert in newspaper NRC.
18 March 2019
On 27 February Beatrice de Graaf, Ido de Haan and Brian Vick launched their new book at Columbia University New York.
© iStockphoto.com
15 March 2019
The 'GEMMA Master' has been included among the ten 'Erasmus+' projects that have contributed the most to women empowerment and gender equity.
15 March 2019
Three alumni talk about different Dutch seventeenth-century paintings in the digital tour of the exhibition 'In Praise of Painting'.
Prof. dr. Jolle Demmers
15 March 2019
The interdisciplinary field of 'Conflict Studies' investigates how and why people mobilize for collective violent action.
© iStockphoto.com
11 March 2019
On February 12 Ralph Sprenkels was officially sworn in as an expert witness in El Salvador.
11 March 2019
This month Lorella Viola's book 'Migration and Media: Discourses about identities in crisis' was published by John Benjamins.
Malvolio and the Countess (Twelfth Night, or What You Will by Shakespeare) by Caniel Maclise (1806-1870). Bron: Wikimedia
8 March 2019
The new international academic programme NEW FACES asks the question what we can learn from Shakespeare’s world about the current crisis in Europe.
© iStockphoto.com
5 March 2019
Rosemarie Buikema, Katrine Smiet, and Berteke Waaldijk talk about unheard stories, historiography, and the enslaved Sojourner Truth.
Prof. dr. Aoju Chen. Foto: Ivar Pel
5 March 2019
Aoju Chen is involved in the research 'Where do I belong?' within the strategic theme Dynamics of Youth of Utrecht University.
© iStockphoto.com
4 March 2019
An in-depth article by Kate Frederick, Sarah Carmichael, and Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk.
Handgekleurde 'zodiakman' (detail) in Der scaepherders kalengier (1516), Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division
4 March 2019
Andrea van Leerdam has been awarded two American research fellowships.
Foto: Theodoor Steen
4 March 2019
This exhibition is intended to make people think about inequality in the field of gender and race.
Damascus, Syrië © iStockphoto.com
1 March 2019
On February 27, dr. Ugur Üngör (Political history) spoke in Trouw’s deVerdieping on the construction of a war archive for Syria.
1 March 2019
On 7-9 march the Horizon2020 GRACE Conference: ‘Gender and Cultures of (In)Equality in Europe: visions, poetics, strategies’ will take place.
Het Huizinga Instituut is verhuisd naar de Trans in Utrecht
1 March 2019
The Huizinga Institute is the National Research Institute and Graduate School of Cultural History. The institute has moved to Utrecht as of 1 January 2019.
© iStockphoto.com
27 February 2019
Five out of six ICON research groups scored ‘very good’ on research quality. The quality of the Gender Studies group was even rated ‘excellent’.
27 February 2019
The Gender and Diversity Hub is setting up a series of monthly lunchtime conversations around issues of gender equality and diversity.
25 February 2019
At the end of April 'Capital Women', written by Jan Luiten van Zanden, Tine de Moor and Sarah Carmichael, will be published by Oxford University Press.

Pages

RSS