News and EventsNews 23 October 2020Healthy Working Lives: Exclusion in Disguise? How are lines between workers redrawn or reinforced through changing ideas and practices related to health in pandemic times? 15 October 2020Koen Leurs winner of the Evans Foundation Prize 2020 The jury appreciated that Koen Leurs his research focuses on the very acute challenge of enabling and supporting migrants and refugees’ participation and resilience in society by taking charge of the way they are represented. 2 October 2020A multi-university course on COVID-19 and global inequalities Preliminary data on the effects of COVID-19 reveal that existing inequalities have been intensified. 30 September 2020The Forest or the Trees Lorena Sosa wrote a blog for the 'Gender, Diversity and COVID-19' platform on inequality in- and outside the corona crisis. 22 September 2020Special Issue: Migration, Digital Media and Emotion Recently a special issue was published of the International Journal of Cultural Studies, co-edited by Sandra Ponzanesi and Donya Alinejad. 11 September 2020"It is in times of uncertainty that quality journalism has a role to play" Following the outbreak of corona UNESCO called for a worldwide translation of their handbook "Journalism, 'Fake News' and Disinformation". 29 June 2020Utrecht University calls for the release of GEMMA student Patrick Zaki Henk Kummeling, Keimpe Algra and Ted Sanders join calls for the immediate release of the GEMMA student. 16 June 2020The Need for an Intersectional Intervention in the COVID-19 Crisis An online platform where issues of inclusion and exclusion related to the Corona crisis can be articulated and discussed. 15 June 2020GGeP and NOG stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter This statement was released by the Graduate Gender Programme and the Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies. 8 June 2020Koen Leurs awarded fellowship at Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study Koen Leurs has been awarded a fellowship of the NIAS-KNAW. 20 May 2020Portray women and minorities as people who participate in the decision-making process Rosemarie Buikema and Naomi Ellemers wrote in the Dutch newspaper NRC about the diversity policy of NOS News. 19 March 2020Manifesto for the establishment of the Dutch Emancipation Authority Belle Derks, Linda Senden, Rosemarie Buikema and Ruth van Veelen plead in a manifesto for an equal treatment supervisor. 18 March 2020Inclusion and Gender: Alison Harvey (University of Leicester) visits UU Alison Harvey from the University of Leicester visited Utrecht University on 25 and 26 February. 12 March 2020Unsettling Knowledge: Unsettling Teaching Seminar An after action report of the Unsettling Teaching seminar 12 November 2019Contested belonging: the meanings of home for Arab LGBT refugees in Amsterdam The Dutch Research Council will finance a project on the meanings of home for Arab LGBT refugees in Amsterdam, carried out by Nisrine Chaer. Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Next page Last page RSS Events Filter by date Filter by event type- Any -Academic festivityAlumniConference and symposiumCourse and trainingCultural eventInaugural lectureLecture and debatePhD coursesPhD dissertationPublic eventStudy informationWorkshop and masterclass Toepassen 9 November 2020 from 20:00 to 21:30The Violence of Inequality - Studium Generale Violence isn't always a physical act. It can also be embedded in society. Geographer Prof Mustafa Dikeç explains how inequality can be violent as well. 20 November 2020 from 15:15 to 17:00MCL Research Seminar: Gender and Hegemony in the Social Topographies of Edith Wharton’s New York and Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul On the 20th of November, a seminar is organized with Özlem Öğüt Yazıcıoğlu as guest speaker. 1 December 2020 from 20:00 to 21:30How remote is remote warfare? Western countries increasingly choose for remote warfare. Political scientist Professor Jolle Demmers explains why and calls for more transparency. RSS Stay up to date? Subscribe to HUMmagazine, the weekly newsletter of the Faculty of Humanities. Please send an email to email@example.com.