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Prof. dr. Aoju Chen. Foto: Ivar Pel
18 February 2019
Prof. Aoju Chen has been granted a Research IT innovation fund for developing an Automatic Analysis of Speech Prosody (AASP) tool.
Dr. Frank Hakemulder
31 January 2019
Frank Hakemulder will give his inaugural lecture at Stavanger University on March 11.
Mortmain rekening september 1438 september 1439 (Archives departementales du Nord à Lille bestand B 12206 folio 1)
28 January 2019
It also appears that the Black Death affected all layers of the population, but that women had an increased chance of dying.
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23 January 2019
This is the first time that the development of language use in Dutch novels and newspapers has been studied over a longer period of time.
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21 January 2019
Leonard Rutgers, Ortal-Paz Saar and Digital Humanities Lab have been awarded a 22,000 Euros grant from the Innovation Fund for IT in Research.
Colombia. Bron: Unsplash/Flavia Carpio
21 January 2019
As of January Ralph Sprenkels and Chris van der Borgh are involved with a capacity building project in Cauca, Colombia.
21 January 2019
Recently 'Syntax of Dutch: Coordination and Ellipsis', a book by Hans Broekhuis and Norbert Corver, has been published.
Devastation in conflict areas. Source: Niod.nl
17 January 2019
On 27 December online magazine Foreign Policy published an article in which Ugur Üngör tells about his Syria Oral History Project.
17 January 2019
This month 'Religious Conversion in Early Modern English Drama', a book by Lieke Stelling, has been published by Cambridge University Press.
Joshua Reynolds, Portrait of Giuseppe Baretti, 1773, Private collection
10 January 2019
Gandolfo Cascio has received a grant of 45.000 euros from the MiBAC (Italian Ministry for Culture and Heritage).
10 January 2019
A special edition of open access journal 'Politics and Governance' has recently been published.
7 January 2019
Joas Wagemakers on NOS.nl on the availability of books written by radical Muslims in jail.
Santa is tired
20 December 2018
Science historian Hieke Huistra talked about the history of December celebrations with Sinterklaas and Father Christmas in the leading role.
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20 December 2018
Koen Leurs, Sanne Sprenger, Ena Omerović and Hemmo Bruinenberg developed a program called “Media literacy through making media”.
Gems in the Early Modern World Materials, Knowledge and Global Trade, 1450–1800
20 December 2018
Palgrave Macmillan published 'Gems in the Early Modern World. Materials, Knowledge and Global Trade, 1450–1800', edited by Michael Bycroft and Sven Dupré.
The Quest for an Appropriate Past in Literature, Art and Architecture (Intersections)
20 December 2018
On 16 October 2018 Brill published 'The Quest for an Appropriate Past in Literature, Art and Architecture', edited by Karl Enenkel and Koen Ottenheym.
18 December 2018
Ingrid Robeyns argues neither for or against universal basic income, but she does aim for a debate based on grounded arguments.
17 December 2018
Presses Universitaires du Septentrion published 'Machines. Magie. Médias', a collection of essays edited by Frank Kessler, Jean-Marc Larrue and Giusy Pisano.
17 December 2018
This year Brill published 'Feasting and Polis Institutions' by Floris van den Eijnde.
Matthias Kramm
14 December 2018
Matthias Kramm has won the Denis Goulet Memorial Prize 2018 for his paper 'Capability and Habit'.
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 published 'The Hackable City', a book by Dr Michiel de Lange.
12 December 2018
By taking a transnational and historical view of migration, researchers hope to achieve greater understanding.
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11 December 2018
Prof. Tine de Moor was invited by Science to give the historian’s perspective on commons.
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.
6 December 2018
On 20 December 'The Playful Citizen. Civic Engagement in a Mediatized Culture' was published by Amsterdam University Press.
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.
Bron: Utrecht Data School
19 October 2018
The Utrecht Data School was present at the annual congress Overheid 360°, a platform for data-driven solutions in public administration

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