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Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis

A research community devoted to the comparative and interdisciplinary study of culture (in all its forms and expressions) from a broad humanities perspective.
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25 Sep - 22 Nov 2019 17:00
On Wednesday, 25 September, the video installation by cultural theorist and artist Mieke Bal, titled 'Don Quijote and the problem of communication', will be opened. Her five-screen installation will be placed in the ...
21 Nov 2019 12:00 - 14:00
Round Table organized by Huub Dijstelbloem (University of Amsterdam) and Mark Brown (California State University,Sacramento) | 21 November, 2019 12.00-14.00 (lunch included) | Faculty Room, Department of Philosophy, ...
21 Nov 2019 15:30 - 00:00
A lecture by Rokus de Groot (University of Amsterdam), Thursday 21 November 2019 at 15:30, in room 3.01 at Nieuwe Doelenstraat 16.

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ASCA Program 2019-2020
Seminars, Reading Groups, and Workshops
ASCA 25: Summit, Inaugural Lecture, Party
27 September 2019

PhD

ASCA’s vibrant PhD community of more than 130 PhD researchers is very much at the center of its activities and sustaining this community is a top priority. Find here information on the ASCA PhD programme: how to apply, training, community, and practical matters.

News and events

The ASCA programme is organized by and for academic staff, PhD candidates, and selected Research MA students. It is a collaborative effort designed to provide high level events to discuss relevant and urgent topics to scholars working within the interdisciplinary humanities.

Research

ASCA is a research institute and doctoral school dedicated to the critical and innovative study of culture from a broadly interdisciplinary perspective grounded in the humanities but increasingly extending to non-humanities fields.
About ASCA
Read more about our mission and find out about our research fund and Grant Team.
Contact
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