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Results: 1 - 20 of 292
  • Jasmijn Leeuwenkamp receives PhD in the Humanities Fellowship
    22 Jul 2021
    Jasmijn Leeuwenkamp has received funding for her PhD Project through the NWO programme PhDs in the Humanities
  • Honorable Mention Niels ten Oever
    22 Jul 2021
    The first of DATACTIVE’S PhD students to cross the finish line, Niels ten Oever, has received the Honorable Mention for his dissertation “Wired Norms: Inscription, Resistance, and Subversion in the Governance of the ...
  • NWO Grant for Bjorn Beijnon
    22 Jul 2021
    Bjorn Beijnon received the NWO Doctoral Grant for Teachers which is aimed at allowing teachers to gain research experience in order to improve the quality of education and to strengthen the ties between universities ...
  • New PhD candidates for ACLC and ILLC
    12 Jul 2021
    The research schools of the Faculty of Humanities (ACLC, AHM, ARTES, ASCA, ASH, and the interfaculty institute ILLC) have been working on recruiting new PhD candidates – one for each school. The two remaining ...
  • Three talented new PhD's in Humanities receive NWO funding
    9 Jul 2021
    Anna-Rose Shack, Jasmijn Leeuwenkamp and Heleen de Vries have received funding for their doctoral research at the UvA through the NWO programme PhDs in the Humanities. Financiers are the Programme Office Sustainable ...
  • Giovanna Fossati, professor of Film Heritage and Digital Film Culture (photo: Jeroen Oerlemans)
    Giovanna Fossati joins the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars)
    6 Jul 2021
    Giovanna Fossati, UvA professor of Film Heritage and Digital Film Culture, has become one of the new members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, better known as the Oscars. Fossati, who is also the ...
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    Call for applications | AIHR PhD Finishing Fellowships
    2 Jul 2021
    The Faculty of Humanities invites applications for PhD Finishing Fellowships, tenable from January 1, 2022. Deadline for applications: October 1, 2021.
  • 2021 ASCA Awards for Flora Lysen, Marrigje Paijmans, and Emily Ng
    25 Jun 2021
    The 2021 ASCA Awards Committee, Jakko Kemper, Misha Kavka, and Jeff Diamanti, have awarded Flora Lysen's dissertation Brainmedia: One Hundred Years of Performing Live Brains, 1920–2020; Marrigje Paijmans article ‘An ...
  • New ASCA Member: Pei-Sze Chow
    25 Jun 2021
    Pei-Sze is joining UvA's Media Studies department as an Assistant Professor in Media and Culture, and will be teaching courses on film studies and global media culture. Her research has centred on peripheral screen ...
  • New PhD candidates for the Humanities research schools
    24 Jun 2021
    The research schools of the Faculty of Humanities (ACLC, AHM, ARTES, ASCA, ASH, and the interfaculty institute ILLC) have been working on recruiting new PhD candidates – one for each school. Four of six positions ...
  • The Algorithmic Configurations of Sexuality
    24 Jun 2021
    Algorithms have become significant shapers of the way sexuality is searched for and found on social media. In the online world, behavioral data speak for a person, instead of a person speaking for him/herself ...
  • Sharing Financial Intelligence Across Borders by FIUs
    23 Jun 2021
    This webinar discusses how Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs) coordinate their operations across distance and difference. FIUs play a pivotal role in financial surveillance. They receive transaction information from ...
  • Call for Papers: (In)Tangible Heritage(s)
    21 Jun 2021
    The University of Kent published a call for papers for the conference '(In)Tangible Heritage(s)', a conference on design, culture and technology in past, present, and future on 15-17 June 2022 in Canterbury, UK.
  • Cultural Diversity Policy in the Age of Global Digital Media
    17 Jun 2021
    How does the global digital media landscape, populated by multinational subscription video-on-demand providers (SVOD) such as Netflix, challenge local cultural policy regulators and content producers? In this ...
  • P(R)OTESTAS: The Politics and Aesthetics of Digital Authoritarianism and Protest in the Global South
    9 Jun 2021
    P(R)OTESTAS is a transdisciplinary, trans-Pacific comparative research of protest, power, and digital authoritarianism, focused on the recent massive anti-government protests and hard-handed repression in South-East ...
  • New Book: Tarja Laine
    8 Jun 2021
    'Emotional Ethics of The Hunger Games' (Palgrave Macmillan 2021) expands the ‘ethical turn’ in Film Studies by analysing emotions as a source of ethical knowledge in 'The Hunger Games' films.
  • New ASCA PhD: Pinar Türer
    31 May 2021
    The ASCA selection committee 2021, consisting of Maria Boletsi, Sudeep Dasgupta, Stefan Niklas, Esther Peeren, and Tjalling Valdes Olmos, has selected Pinar Türer and her project on the Ethics of Intimacy out of 464 ...
  • Gaston Franssen at IAS
    26 May 2021
    During the academic year 2021-2022, Gaston Franssen will be affiliated with the UvA Institute for Advanced Study as a research fellow. At IAS, Franssen will work on a project focusing on ‘diagnostic cultures’ in ...
  • GDC Research Seminar Series
    21 May 2021
    GDC offers regular research seminars in which two work-in-progress papers from junior and senior researchers are discussed. These sessions feature research on global digital cultures from a wide variety of ...
  • Repair Lab to experiment with models of ownership of colonial heritage
    21 May 2021
    Many museums in Europe and beyond are wrestling with their colonial collections. What should happen with these objects that were acquired in the colonial past? And which role can this heritage play in improving ...