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CALL FOR PROPOSALS: ‘Studies of Belonging’, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences

The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences will be hosting a conference on Studies of Belonging from 9-11 June 2021 in Amsterdam. This 3-day conference aims to set the agenda for future interdisciplinary, international collaborations that bring together a broad variety of perspectives on the issue of belonging. For this conference…

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Vacancy: curactor/project manager Eise Eisinga Planetarium & University Museum Groningen

The Planetarium and the University Museum are looking for an enthusiastic curator / project leader in the field of History of Science. Affinity with historical astronomy in the 18th and 19th century is a plus. Tasks are in the field of collection description and access, preservation and management. At the Planetarium, support for the nomination…

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Published: ‘Workshopping: Exploring the Entanglement of Sites, Tools, and Bodily Possibilities in an Academic Gathering,’ co-authored and co-filmed by Anna Harris and Paul Craddock

Workshopping: Exploring the Entanglement of Sites, Tools, and Bodily Possibilities in an Academic Gathering, a video article co-authored by Anna Harris and Paul Craddock, is online! The article is a contribution to the Journal of Embodied Research  . Paul Craddock and Anna Harris have co-written and co-produced a video article examining academic and craft workshops as…

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Chemistry Workshop Competition

The Lorentz Center invites applications by tenure track researchers for the Lorentz Center Chemistry workshop competition. The winning workshop will be supported by and organized at the Lorentz Center, Leiden, the Netherlands. The winning proposal is on a cutting-edge topic from any area of chemistry research. The topic can be mono- or multidisciplinary and we…

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PhD Defence Thijs Hagendijk: Reworking Recipes. Reading and Writing Practical Texts in the Early Modern Arts

For centuries, knowledge about arts and crafts has been passed on from generation to generation. But what role do instructive texts play in that process? On 29 June, Ph.D. Thijs Hagendijk  MSc will defend his dissertation on this subject, entitled Reworking Recipes. Reading and Writing Practical Texts in the Early Modern Arts. Practical knowledge in writing In…

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