HUMmagazine - News

17 October 2019
This October, Red Globe Press published "History of the Body", Willemijn Ruberg's newest book.
17 October 2019
Last month, Brill published "Ambitious Antiquities, Famous Forebears" by Prof. Karl Enenkel and Prof. Koen Ottenheym.
Kathy High. Bron: Wikimedia/Monica Giselle
17 October 2019
Interdisciplinary artist Kathy High is the Centre for Humanities Festival Fellow at Impakt Festival 2019.
17 October 2019
At the end of November, Routledge publishes "Cultures, Citizenship and Human Rights" by Prof. Rosemarie Buikema, Prof. Antoine Buyse and Prof. Antonius Robben.
CfGC Global Middle East
15 October 2019
The Centre for Global Challenges brought together researchers and students from different disciplines in a one-day colloquium on the Middle East.
15 October 2019
In the midst of all the political chaos, climate change issues seem to have fallen by the wayside. Unjustifiably so, says Liesbeth van de Grift.
CfGC Making Europe 2
15 October 2019
An international team has rewritten European history by telling the stories of the people and practices that contributed to Making Europe.
Seed Money. Foto: Tax Credits
15 October 2019
As usual in October we want to draw attention again to the possibility of applying for IOS 'seed money'.
CfGC hersenvredebreuk
11 October 2019
Scientists from Utrecht University discussed brainhacking and brainjacking with representatives of the police and intelligence and security services.
10 October 2019
The app offers an interactive accessible platform for the users to be informed about global poverty, and define their own basic needs standards.
Dr. Ralph Sprenkels
8 October 2019
On 14 September 2019, our dear colleague Ralph Sprenkels passed away after he had suffered a cardiac arrest.
7 October 2019
In this collection of essays, we advance the notion of urban interfaces to explore how situated media constitute the public spaces of our mediatized cities.
7 October 2019
This volume explores the challenges and possibilities of research into the European dimensions of popular print culture.
7 October 2019
Research shows that Syrian refugee women experience the bureaucratic system of the Dutch immigration services (IND) significantly different than men.
Prof. dr. Jose van Dijck. Foto: Ed van Rijswijk
7 October 2019
The research is part of a larger European research project called 'Policy, Expertise, and Trust in Action (PEriTiA)'.
Uitreiking Spinozapremie 2019 © NWO, fotografie: Bram Saeys
2 October 2019
Economic historian Bas van Bavel was presented with the highest distinctions awarded in Dutch science.
Prof. dr. Jan ten Thije. Foto: Didi van Zoeren
1 October 2019
Jan ten Thije’s research encompasses various approaches within the broad research field of Intercultural Communication.
CfGC Saving brains
26 September 2019
The Utrecht University Centre for Global Challenges hosted a workshop on early childhood development.
26 September 2019
On Monday 16 September ‘Institutions for Open Societies’ (IOS) organized and hosted its first annual ‘IOS Toogdag’.
23 September 2019
The theory of Ingrid Robeyns, called limitarianism, is cited in The Gurdian to address the problem of extreme wealth.