Centre for the Arts in Society
PhD Vlogs - LUCAS Explains
In the video series LUCAS Explains, young researchers tell about current societal and cultural topics from a historical or fresh point of view. The subjects range from diversity to national identity and from inclusiveness to migration. The videos stretch the history from the Classics to the present and from Europe to Asia. LUCAS Explains is published every other Tuesday. LUCAS Explains is a video series of Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society and SOON media Amsterdam.
LUCAS Explains #1: Where would you bring your Tinder date on 3 May 1646?
Related scientists: Tim Vergeer
LUCAS explains #2 What would happen to Brexit negotiations if EU put Roman emperor Trajan in charge?
Related scientists: Renske Janssen
LUCAS Explains #3: Why does apple pie with whipped cream affect your museum experience?
Related scientists: Nynke Feenstra
LUCAS Explains #4: How to break the glass ceiling?
Related scientist: Lieke Smits
LUCAS explains #5 Why face the dead? About finding meaning in life.
Related Scientist: Amaranth Feuth
LUCAS explains#6 Why would you rather see a 3D printed copy of the Goldfinch than the original?
Related scientist :Liselore Tissen
LUCAS explains#7 How can we use an age-old text to understand the case of child refugees?
Related scientist : Merel Oudshoorn
LUCAS explains#8 Stop Staring. How can we change the way disabled bodies fit into the world by changing how we look at them?
Related scientist : Andries Hiskes
LUCAS Explains #9: How come French people all have to know 350 year old poems by heart written for a king?
Related Scientist: Céline Zaepffel
LUCAS Explains #10: Why is it so important to us to feel comfortable in our own skin?
Related scientist: Glyn Muitjens
LUCAS Explains #11: How would you complain about the weather if you woke up in the Middle Ages?
Related scientist: Sander Stolk
LUCAS Explains is a video series of Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society and SOON media Amsterdam.