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13 December 2018
In October Routledge published 'The Instant Composers Pool and Improvisation Beyond Jazz', a book by Dr Floris Schuiling.
13 December 2018
Last month Eisma Edumedia published 'Saxa Loquuntur', a book by Dr Mr Feyo Schuddeboom.
13 December 2018
Last month Springer Link published 'The Hackeble City', a book by Dr Michiel de Lange.
11 December 2018
New project focuses on letters from the 16th to the 18th century with a learned character.
10 December 2018
Last month the book 'The Grammatical Realization of Polarity Contrast' by Dr Stefan Sudhoff has been published. 
6 December 2018
In the TV series 'Food for Thought' philosophers and students go into discussion with each other. Jeroen Hopster wrote a book regarding the series.
6 December 2018
In November 'Food for Thought: Wereldfilosofie aan de keukentafel.', a book by Jeroen Hopster was published by Ten Have.
6 December 2018
Wanted: papers for the Annual Meeting of the History of Science Society 2019 at Utrecht.
3 December 2018
Last week 'Lions', a translation by Kári Driscoll of Hans Blumenberg's 'Löwen', was published by Seagull Books.
29 November 2018
In September 'Moral Thinking, Fast and Slow' by Hanno Sauer was published by Routledge.
29 November 2018
Last month the book 'Ezra and Nehemiah' by Bob Becking was published by Peeters Publishers Leuven.
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22 November 2018
Research by Tine de Moor shows that Belgian citizens set up more and more citizen collectives, Belgian newspaper de Standaard reports.
Prof. Johan Schot. Source: Wikimedia
14 November 2018
As of 1 January 2019, Johan Schot will be joining the Centre for Global Challenges as Professor of Global Comparative History.
13 November 2018
The case studies represent European women writers and comparatively reflect the nuances of their participation in a burgeoning commercial market.
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12 November 2018
On November 2nd, the Dutch Reformatorisch Dagblad reported on a meeting in Utrecht concerning the fundamental values of the European collaboration.
Foto van B. Groote & Co, collectie Stadsarchief Amsterdam
9 November 2018
Queen Wilhelmina played a much more active role in the Kaiser’s fleeing to the Netherlands than has always been assumed.
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8 November 2018
Beatrice the Graaf highlights the continuation of large scale violence on the edges of Europe after 1918 in her column on NRC.nl.
8 November 2018
On 5 October Uitgeverij Klement published 'Shall we stay in touch. How we remove the mind from our worldview', a book by Rob van Gerwen.
5 November 2018
Last month the book 'Capabilities in a Just Society. A Theory of Navigational Agency' by dr. Rutger Claassen has been published.
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5 November 2018
Het ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties (BZK) en de Taalunie hebben de campagne direct duidelijk gelanceerd.
Angela Merkel. Bron: Wikimedia Commons/Martin Rulsch
1 November 2018
On October 30, Jacco Pekelder attended NPO Radio 1 on the "Dit is de Dag show" to talk about Angela Merkel’s political legacy.
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1 November 2018
On November 1st, De Telegraaf published an article in which Professor Daniel Cohnitz talks about the dangers of conspiracy thinking.
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30 October 2018
We process it more easily when a woman performs a male activity than when a man performs a female activity.
29 October 2018
For the closing conference of the ERC-project 'Securing Europe, Fighting its Enemies' the organization is looking for paper proposals.
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29 October 2018
Netspar has awarded a grant of €250.000 for a study into the effectiveness of existing interactive online decision aids for pension scheme participants.
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22 October 2018
On 24 September History Today published an article of dr. Rachel Gillett on music of the Napoleonic era.
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19 October 2018
The Utrecht Data School was present at the annual congress Overheid 360°, a platform for data-driven solutions in public administration
11 October 2018
This week the book 'Transnationalizing Radio Research: New Approaches to an Old Medium', edited by Alexander Badenoch, was published.
Evgeny Morozov. Bron: Wikimedia/Rosa Luxemburg-Stiftung
11 October 2018
On October 26 he will give a keynote lecture titled 'Big Tech Beyond the Algorithm'.
8 October 2018
In response to the release of her new book Beatrice de Graaf appeared in Trouw and DWDD, amongst others.
28 September 2018
In July 2018 a special issue of journal 'Memory Studies' has been published, edited by Prof Astrid Erll and Prof Ann Rigney.
13 September 2018
This summer 'Sense and Essence', edited by Birgit Meyer and Mattijs van de Port, was published by Berghahn Books.
Alle laureaten van de Spinoza- en Stevinpremies 2018
12 September 2018
Cell biologist Anna Akhmanova and historian Beatrice de Graaf were presented with the highest distinctions awarded in Dutch science
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5 September 2018
Lawyer Stefan Kulk and data specialist Mirko Schäfer are critical of the 'link tax' and proposed copyright filter.
Sandra Ponzanesi.
4 September 2018
Prof. Sandra Ponzanesi received a NWO grant for her international research project 'Postcolonial Intellectuals and their European Publics'.
18 July 2018
The International Proserpina Award is committed to honour Sicilians working abroad in different fields
4 July 2018
The gap between the poor and the rich threatens to become unbridgeable. What does this mean for our chances and our children's chances?
26 June 2018
Prof Dr Beatrice de Graaf wrote in her column about a challenging research project that she is developing: terrorism classes for children.
26 June 2018
Art historian Jessie Wei-Hsuan Chen will delve into the epistemic value of seventeenth-century flower books of amateur collectors of botanical visual material.
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22 June 2018
The European Commission published the results of Bas van Bavel's ERC project on Western European societies coping with rural hazards and disasters (1300-1800).
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19 June 2018
Uğur Üngör wrote a blog for Oxford University Press on how studying mass murder can affect the researcher in profound ways.
15 June 2018
Special Issue of PhiloSOPHIA: A Journal of Continental Feminism 8.1 (2018), edited by Birgit Kaiser and Kathrin Thiele.
Prof. dr. Beatrice de Graaf. Foto: Milette Raats
15 June 2018
The Stevin Prize of 2.5 million euros is an individual award intended to foster knowledge transfer and serve as a token of appreciation in this regard.
15 June 2018
In the Movies & Science series we approach authenticity from three angles: art, nature and food. Organised by Studium Generale and Centre for the Humanities.
4 June 2018
Frederic Kaplan's Time Machine FET Flagship CSA proposal, which the Descartes Center co-authored, may continue to the second round.
Dr. Liesbeth van de Grift. Foto: Ed van Rijswijk
31 May 2018
Liesbeth van de Grift will examine the contribution of consumer organisations to increased public participation within the EU.
Prof. dr. Oscar Gelderblom. Bron: YouTube (still)
29 May 2018
JLEO is a prestigious journal in the field of Law and Economics.
29 May 2018
Iva Vukusic won the ASN Award for her paper 'Paramilitary Violence in the Former Yugoslavia: Insights from War Crimes Trials'.
Neil ten Kortenaar
25 May 2018
Professor Neil ten Kortenaar, University of Toronto, will be a KNAW Visiting Professor attached to the Comparative Literature section in 2018-2019.
25 May 2018
The book explores diffraction as a quantum understanding of difference and a new critical reading method. Editors: Birgit Kaiser and Kathrin Thiele.

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