21 December 2010
‘Sexed Sentiments’ provides a gender perspective on the recent turn to affect in criticism.
15 December 2010
The contributions in this volume represent research results of the international network PhiMSAMP from 2006-2010.
9 December 2010
Thematically and as a narrative technique, interlace comes to its full development in the intriguing conclusion of the Prose 'Lancelot'.
24 November 2010
In the early modern European city, public buildings were the main pillars of the political, mercantile and social infrastructure.
17 November 2010
The History of Continental Philosophy, vol. 7: After Poststructuralism - Transitions and Transformations
After Poststructuralism analyses the main developments in continental philosophy between 1980 and 1995.
4 November 2010
This book aims to analyze the complex histories of network technologies in their material, institutional and symbolic performances.
21 October 2010
This book addresses the broader question of how Islamic knowledge is being produced and reproduced in West European contexts.
20 September 2010
This volume examines afresh the impact upon acting and performance of digital technologies.
16 September 2010
The volume shows how processes of church reform evolved differently in different countries.
27 July 2010
Dr Thomas Müller (Philosophy/Descartes Centre) has been awarded a prestigious research grant for his research proposal on free will.
31 March 2010
This book charts the history of these vibrant economies and societies, and contrasts them with alternative paths of development.
11 February 2010
All languages of the world provide their speakers with linguistic means to express causal relations in discourse.
19 January 2010
This study in cross-linguistic semantics explores the territory where logic, natural language and typology meet.
1 October 2009
The European Commission has granted a subsidy of over 4 million euros to the research project 'EUscreen.
27 August 2009
Prof. Paul Gilroy (London School of Economics) will be the first Treaty of Utrecht Visiting Professor at Utrecht University.
11 January 2009
Most Arabic speakers in the European Union watch a mix of local (i.e. European national) and Arabic language television.