Blogs by academics
Academic staff and students blog about their research and teaching.
Leiden University group blogs
- Anthropology Blog: Leiden anthropologists give an insight into their research.
- Archaeology Blog: about research at the Faculty of Archaeology.
- Art History Blog: about the research and activities of the students and lecturers from the Art History programme.
- Digital Scholarship@Leiden: for researchers wishing to use social media to promote their research
- Islam Blog: Islam experts on the history of Islam and its relation to society
- Law Blog: legal experts shine their light on actual legal matters.
- Medievalists Blog: all about the Middle Ages
- Psychology Blog: about psychological research and responses to recent developments.
- Security and Global Affairs Blog: Various themes relating to security and society on the
- Special Collections Blog: about the Leiden University Libraries special collections.
More group blogs featuring Leiden researchers
- ASCL Africanist Blog: Africa specialists blog about research, fieldwork, conferences, new publications and teaching experiences.
- Bridging the Unbridgeable: this blog aims to provide feedback on all sorts of questions concerning the usage of English
- China Leiden Weblog: presents activities related to China and Taiwan organised by the Leiden University China Studies Program and its partners.
- CWTS blog: analysing academic output.
- Embedding Conquest: 'Eyeopeners' from this Leiden ERC research project
- ICLON Research Blog; Teaching and Teacher Learning: ICLON teaching experts blog about teaching and teacher development.
- KITLV blog: focusing on Southeast Asia and the Caribbean.
- LUCAS: PhD candidates blog and vlog about art and society.
- Rethinking Disability: historians look at the global impact of UN policy for disabled people.
Personal blogs of Leiden researchers
- Counter Voices in Africa: cultural anthropologist Mirjam de Bruijn.
- Dutch Anglo-Saxonist: Thijs Porck on language and culture in the Middle Ages.
- Felienne Hermans: weblog on programming.
- IGLOBTAXGOV: Irma Johanna Mosquera Valderrama about her ERC project.
- Politics East Asia: China expert Florian Schneider.
- The Hague Diplomacy Podcast: podcast of The Hague Journal of Diplomacy.
- For the Integrated Projects course students create podcasts about physical violence and public order
- Podcasts by members of study association ISSA (International Studies)
- In the It's Not Easy Being Green podcast Leiden University Green Office provides tips on how to live and work more sustainable
- A Very Mindful Podcast (created by the Centre for Innovation) is a podcast for students, professionals and anyone interested in mindfulness and mental health.
- Also by the Centre for Innovation: What If Education, a podcast in which teachers, students and experts share their ideas of how they think the future of education will unfold.