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26 July 2016
Bart Besamusca and Hugo Quené are appointed as of 1 August 2016, Thijs Weststeijn as of 1 October.
15 July 2016
This grant enables the young researchers to work on a project of their own for three years.
14 July 2016
The volume on this enigmatic manuscript provides a unique window into early medieval Bavaria at a time of cultural flowering and political upheaval.
14 July 2016
Frank Kessler and Sarah Dellman edited a special issue of the journal Early Popular Visual Culture.
Het oudste handschrift van Jacob van Maerlants Rijmbijbel, Koninklijke Bibliotheek België
1 July 2016
Master's students will work together to create an online exhibition of one of the oldest and most abundantly illustrated Middle-Dutch manuscripts.
Augustine and Cassiodore debating in the margin of a 12th-century manuscript © Cambridge, Trinity College MS B.5.4
25 June 2016
Mariken Teeuwen's new project offers a new view on scientific thinking in the medieval Latin West. The project has a vacancy for a postdoc.
Little Italy in New York © iStockphoto.com/ferrantraite
24 June 2016
In 2017, Brera will be visiting researcher at the Immigration History Research Center Archives.
14 June 2016
In 'White Innocence' Gloria Wekker explores a central paradox of Dutch culture: the passionate denial of racism coexisting alongside aggressive xenophobia.
3 June 2016
Exceptional success for Utrecht University: all five Utrecht candidates have been awarded a PhD position.
© iStockphoto.com/kfb
1 June 2016
Marcelle Cole made an appearance on the BBC Radio programme Word of Mouth where she spoke about irregular verbs.
© iStockphoto.com/KIVILCIM PINAR
30 May 2016
Willemijn Ruberg is the runner-up for the bi-annual prize offered by the Journal of Women's History to reward outstanding articles.
Religious Franks. Religion and power in the Frankish Kingdoms: Studies in honour of Mayke de Jong (2016)
30 May 2016
This volume in honour of Mayke De Jong offers twenty-five essays focused upon the importance of religion to Frankish politics.
10 May 2016
This volume studies the process of group formation through the production and appropriation of songs in various European regions.
9 May 2016
With this new book, Onno Kosters, Tim Conley and Peter de Voogd present a selection of papers from the Utrecht James Joyce Symposium.
Bezoekers spelen een bordspelversie van Asteroids
24 April 2016
The Asteroids showcase on 21 April illustrated how a well-known game cad be adapted in the service of research questions.
The Prose Brut and Other Late Medieval Chronicles
15 April 2016
This volume focuses on the histories of chronicles composed in England, with a focus on texts belonging to the Prose 'Brut' tradition.
prof. dr. Karl Kügle
24 March 2016
A European consortium of music scholars has been awarded a prestigious HERA subsidy for the project 'SoundMe'.
Renata Adler, writer, St. Martin, French West Indies, March 8, 1978 (Photographer: Richard Avedon) © The Richard Avedon Foundation
21 March 2016
American journalist and critic Renata Adler is appointed ILFU Writer-in-Residence at the Centre for the Humanities
Boek 'Superabundance'
4 March 2016
Kári Driscoll (lecturer in Comparative Literature) translated Helle's novel 'Der beruhigende Klang von explodierendem Kerosin'.
Adolf Eichmann at trial in Jerusalem and walking in yard of his cell in Ayalon Prison, Ramla (1961). Source: Wikimedia Commons/Israel National Photo Collection
15 February 2016
Keilbach will study the television coverage of the Eichmann trial during a 5-month stay at the Wiesenthal Institute in Vienna.

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