The interface between scholarly research on the morphology of historic urban landscapes and the practice of heritage management, planning and design in historic towns, is the theme of this Re-scape colloquium, to be organised at the Faculty of Archaeology on June 20th, 2019.
This conference will be held on 13 and 14 June 2019 at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
This event of the ongoing Philosophy Colloquia.
This event is organised by the Environmental Humanities Center.
CLUE+ leden Fred van Lieburg en Bert Brouwenstijn zijn betrokken geweest bij een publicatie over synode van Dordrecht en een reconstructie van de Kloveniersdoelen.
This event is part of the Philosophy colloquium.
CLUE+ zoekt een nieuwe student-assistent per 1 september 2019.
Warfare, trade and migration of people and ideas. Archaeological connectivity research based on material culture from excavations and metal detected private collections04-29-19
The project PAN is a citizen science project with the main aim to document and publish archaeological artefacts found and collected by members of the public. These private finds are highly relevant to archaeological research but never systematically documented and therefore not available for heritage studies and academic research.
THE ECCENTRIC MANNERS OF EXPLANATORY MODELS IN PSYCHIATRY. Mini-symposium preceding Josephine Lenssen’s thesis defence04-25-19
Psychiatry is in need of new explanatory models. Josephine Lenssen takes the clinical concept of apathy as paradigm case to discuss different approaches to explanation in psychiatry, especially the biopsychosocial model, neo-mechanistic and interventionistic approaches and network analysis. She calls for a “perspectival mosaic unity” to emphasize the combination of different-yet-related perspectives in order to create a dynamic and coherent scientific landscape.
This event is part of the Philosophy Colloquium.
CLUE+ cordially invites you to this lecture by Kenny Cupers.
The first edition of the Exploded View Newsletter is now online
Research Institute CLUE + Plus, the Department of History, and the Department of Literature and Society Present
A video introduction to CLUE+
This publication was part of the project: Mapping Slavery.