The urban landscapes of post-war welfare states are currently subject to multiple changes. Many of these welfare landscapes are associated with conflicting public images, and their local histories and specificities are sometimes weakly explored. Researchers from multiple disciplines are enquiring into those landscapes, how we manage their changes and what concepts of welfare may be relevant for the future urban landscape.
Keynote Speaker Prof. Jason Baehr Date: May 30‐31 Venue: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
A Symposium of the Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present.
CLUE+ and the Amsterdam Centre for Religious History cordially invite you to the lecture:
Moving Together: Activism, Art and Education – A Week with Angela Davis is a weeklong program taking place from 12-17 May at various arts, cultural, educational and heritage institutions, and community centers in Amsterdam. Together with esteemed guest Professor Angela Y. Davis, as well as artists, scholars, activists and audience members, we will look into questions of citizenship, communal knowledge sharing, intergenerational activism, and relevant artistic practices.
CLUE+, Environmental Humanities Center, and the graduate school of humanities cordially invite you to this lecture by Tal Beery.
You are cordially invited to atend Stevin Seminar #30: 'Genes, Gender, Journals and Statistical Justification'
CLUE+ and the Stevin Centre for the History of Science cordially invite you to 'The Life of Plants / Het leven van de planten / La vie des plantes'.
CLUE+ and the Amsterdam Centre for Cross-Disciplinary Emontion and Sensory Studies (ACCESS) cordially invite you to the lecture by Michael Schoenfeldt.
CLUE+ cordially invites you to the PhD defence 'Transnational Material Politics. Constructions of Dutch design 1970-2012' by Joana Ozorio de Almeida Meroz.
CLUE+, the department of philosophy, and study association ICARUS cordially invite you to the lecture by prof. dr. Derk Pereboom.
The Wadden Sea (NL) is listed as natural Unesco World Heritage excluding human interference; Curonian Spit (LT) is cultural due to interactions of man and nature; Zandmotor (NL) as 'building with nature' may become innovatory Unesco World Heritage before it dissolves in 2031?
CLUE+ and the Amsterdam Centre for Religious History (ACRH) to the lecture (in Dutch) by Lonneke Geerlings (Vrij Universiteit).
Geert Somsen, Historian of science at the University of Maastricht
Erôs and Dialectic in Ancient Interpretations of the Platonic first Alcibiades, or: Should a Teacher Love his Student?03-28-18
Research Institute CLUE+, the Department of Philosophy, and Study Association Icarus present: VU Philosophy Colloquium of March 2018.