8 January 2018
Annelien Bredenoord wins UU Publicity Award 2017.
15 December 2017
The European Commission has recently funded a large new research project in which Utrecht University’s Ethics Institute participates.
13 December 2017
The book is an introduction to the capability approach and gives a thorough evaluation of the challenges and disputes related to the approach.
1 November 2017
Editors are Dirk van Miert, Henk Nellen, Piet Steenbakkers, and Jetze Touber.
21 September 2017
Store chain HEMA has announced to discontinue sex indications in children's clothing: no more “boys” or “girls” departments, but simply “kids”.
28 July 2017
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant to 7 researchers from the faculty of Humanities.
30 June 2017
During the final meeting, 21 Humanities students withing the Humanities Honours programme presented their theses and subsequently received their certificates.
12 May 2017
The research is carried out by the Ethics Institute of Utrecht University and the Global Health Law Groningen Research Centre of the University of Groningen
8 May 2017
The national research school in Classical Studies, OIKOS, receives 18.8 million Euros from NWO.
4 May 2017
Universiteit Utrecht and Wageningen University & Research launched the Centre for Sustainable Animal Stewardship at the 9th of May.
25 April 2017
The Utrecht Data School developed the Data Ethics Decision Aid (DEDA) to trace ethical issues in data projects.
3 February 2017
The Tanner Lectures aim to contribute to the intellectual and moral life of humankind. Rosi Braidotti's talks are jointly titled 'Posthuman, All Too Human.'
3 February 2017
During Webinar Week there will be four webinars on Master's programmes in the Humanities at Utrecht University
20 December 2016
The projects will be on property, power, markets, knowledge in Indonesia, and about language: meaning, time, language development and African drum language.
13 December 2016
Christian Lange (Islam and Arabic), Dirk van Miert (Cultural History) and Ingrid Robeyns (Ethics) each receive the prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant.