3 February 2012
Rosi Braidotti’s new book provides a core introduction to critical theory.
20 January 2012
UU’s Centre for the Humanities and Graduate Gender Programme have been awarded a grant for establishing a Gender Studies & Research centre at Cairo University.
19 January 2012
This book explores classic philosophical questions regarding the phenomenon of weakness of will or ‘akrasia’.
19 January 2012
‘God in the Age of Science?’ is a critical examination of strategies for the philosophical defence of religious belief.
13 January 2012
These essays foreground the work of filmmakers in theorising and comparing postcolonial conditions, recasting debates in both cinema and postcolonial studies.
5 January 2012
This volume incorporates twenty articles that deal with medieval and early modern memorial culture written by international experts.
29 November 2011
This thoroughly revised and expanded edition of Rosi Braidotti’s modern classic Nomadic Subjects retains all but two of Braidotti’s original essays.
11 November 2011
In medieval legal transactions the use of the written word was only one way among many of getting one’s way.
27 October 2011
This edited volume explores a number of theoretical discussions on the meaning of Europe.
8 September 2011
In het openingscollege van het academisch jaar presenteerde Ineke Sluiter de herculeskever als inspirerend voorbeeld voor geesteswetenschappers.
8 September 2011
The European Commission has awarded a Lifelong learning grant to the project ‘Languages in Urban Communities: Integration and Diversity for Europe’ (LUCIDE).
13 July 2011
A five-year project called 'Human Dignity as the foundation of Human Rights', funded by NWO-VICI, will start in February 2012.
14 June 2011
This volume centers on theories and methodologies for postgraduate feminist researchers engaged in interdisciplinary research.
10 May 2011
Prof. Marcus Düwell (Philosophy/Ethics / Zeno Research) is to chair a new European Networking Programme: ‘Rights to a Green Future’.
6 April 2011
Eggo Müller develops an aesthetically grounded theory of entertainment and analyses the revaluation of entertainment as cultural concept and practice.
4 April 2011
This book explores the dynamics of peaceful coexistence in the Dutch Republic by tracing the literary responses to the role of religious imagery in worship.
18 March 2011
In April the Centre for the Humanities at Utrecht University welcomes the critically acclaimed author Michel Faber as the third Writer in Residence.
22 February 2011
In this book, Birgit Kaiser traces a variety of 'simpletons' that populate the writings of Kleist and Melville.
19 January 2011
The articles focus on the function of a pamphlet, the pamphlet as a political actor, and the relationship between pamphlets and public opinion.
21 December 2010
‘Sexed Sentiments’ provides a gender perspective on the recent turn to affect in criticism.

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