• ERC Advanced Grant for Rebecca Bryant

    With this prestigious European grant of 2.5 million euros, Professor of Cultural Anthropology Bryant will conduct research into infrastructural imperialism over the next five years. Her research focuses on infrastructural investments that Turkey is making in countries in the Balkans, the Caucasus and Central Asia.

  • News

    • Can an artificial intelligence obtain a Master's degree?

      AI wrote a grant application by Gerko Vink and two colleagues from Methods and Statistics. The application was honoured.
    • Join us for the IOS Fair Transitions / LANDac Summer School

      We are excited to host a range of lectures and activities at the crossroads of the fair transitions and land governance debates in this year’s Summer School: Fair Transitions and the Politics of Land: Institutions and Imaginaries for Inclusive Futures. We hope it will draw many of you to Utrecht!
    • Understanding emotions: the key for young people

      The better young people are able to describe and recognise emotions, the better they are able to deal with them. Anne Margit Reitsema has been working for several months as a postdoctoral fellow in the Thriving & Healthy Youth community. In her research, she immerses herself in the world of physical and mental characteristics of emotions in young people.
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  • Events

    • 8 Jun

      Institutions for Open Societies in a national and international context

      The Utrecht University is delighted to invite you for a special lecture by Prof. Augusto Ernesto dos Santos Silva on ‘Institutions for open societies in a national and international context’ on Thursday 8 June.
    • 16 Jun

      Contesting Governance Book Launch Dr. Thijs Jeursen

      As Contesting Governance platform we look forward to hosting our first book launch with platform member Dr. Thijs Jeursen.
    • 22 Jun

      Conference Future of Work

      On June 22 we are organising a Future of Work Conference in Utrecht. Various speakers share their research on the way we work today and in the future.
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