News and EventsNews Free podcast tour Podcast 16 June 2021 The wild walking podcast is a podcast to listen to during a walk of about half an hour. Put on your headphones, and your walking shoes, and hit the road with botanical philosopher Norbert Peeters. Should we strive for a world where billionaires are impossible? In the media 14 June 2021 In the Washington Post, Ingrid Robeyns argues that it is morally impermissible to own more resources than needed to flourish in life. Rutger Claassen on podcast 'Another World is Podable' In the media 9 March 2021 Rutger Claassen talks about his life and work as a scholar interested in many fields. Human rights or European values? Background 30 November 2020 Marie Göbel wrote a contribution for the blog of the research project 'Norms and Values in the European Migration and Refugee Crisis'. Kickoff workshop fruitful start of new HAI research collaboration News 13 November 2020 The workshop "Logical Normativity and Logical Reasoning in AI Systems" on November 2nd formally marked the opening of a new interdisciplinary collaboration. Appearance by Mauro Bonazzi and Paul Ziche in documentary Princesse Europe News 12 November 2020 The documentary Princesse Europe was presented at the Venice Film Festival 2020. In the movie, Mauro Bonazzi and Paul Ziche made an appearance. Utrecht researchers Hanno Sauer and Ylona van Dinther receive KNAW Early Career Awards News 10 November 2020 Philosopher and ethicist Hanno Sauer and geophysicist Ylona van Dinther received the Early Career Award of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). An opportunity for 6 Utrecht humanities scholars to further develop their research ideas News 5 November 2020 This year, six scholars from the Faculty of Humanities will receive a NWO Veni grant of 250,000 euros each. China's plans to combat climate change Background 27 October 2020 Fergus Green wrote a piece for East Asia Forum in response to China's recently announced aim to go carbon neutral. Karin Geuijen: "Asylum chaos is a consequence of the wrong assumptions about migration" News 9 September 2020 Karin Geuijen argues in De Volkskrant and Nederlands Dagblad that migration policy is based on the wrong assumptions. Aëtiana V Publication 3 September 2020 In August, the fifth and last part of the Aëtiana series, written by Jaap Mansfeld and Douwe Runia, was released. Popular Music, Critique and Manic Street Preachers Publication 31 August 2020 This week Mathijs Peters' book 'Popular Music, Critique and Manic Street Preachers' was published. Can humans be friends with a robot? In the media 31 August 2020 Sven Nyholm speaks about his new book "Humans and Robots". Humans and Robots Publication 30 August 2020 In March Rowman & Littlefield Publishers published "Humans and Robots", a book by Sven Nyholm. New book on research ethics by Jaap Bos Publication 25 August 2020 New book on research ethics, mainly for students. Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Next page Last page RSS Upcoming Events Filter by date Filter by event type- Any -Academic festivityConference and symposiumCourse and trainingCultural eventInaugural lectureLecture and debatePhD coursesPhD dissertationPublic eventStudy informationWorkshop and masterclass Toepassen25 Jun Book launch 'Aëtiana V' 25 June 2021 from 15:00 to 16:00 A year after the publication of 'Aëtiana V', written by Jaap Mansfeld and Douwe Runia, the launch will be celebrated during an online gathering.30 Jun HUMAN-AI Symposium 2021 30 June 2021 from 15:00 to 17:00 On 30 June, the HUMAN-AI alliance team will hold the HUMAN-AI Symposium 2021.23 - 25 Sep Galen Conference 2021 23 September 2021 09:00 to 25 September 2021 18:00 Teun Tieleman organises a conference on the work of Galen of Pergamum. RSS Stay up to date? Subscribe to HUMmagazine, the weekly newsletter of the Faculty of Humanities. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.