Fostering multi-polar perspectives that engage more connected, nuanced and pluralistic understandings of the world. Global Interactions encourages and supports research that provides significant new insights on these global processes across time and space.
Dr. Amy Strecker receives Global Interactions BREED Grant
Dr Amy Strecker (Heritage Dept., Faculty of Archaeology) has recently been awarded a LGI BREED grant to develop her project on property and spatial ju...
Spotlight on Dr. Joe Powderly
Joe Powderly was recently awarded a Leiden Global Interactions Advanced Seminar grant (GIAS) for a project that looks at heritage destruction, human r...
ERC starting grant for Mariana de Campos Françozo
Mariana Françozo has been awarded a Starting Grant by the European Research Council. With this 1.5 million euro grant Dr. Françozo and her research te...
Archaeologist Joanita Vroom receives Global Interactions Breed Grant
Dr. Joanita Vroom has been awarded a Breed Grant by the Leiden Global Interactions research profile to support the realisation of her project ‘Shiftin...
VICI Award for Miguel John Versluys
Dr. Miguel John Versluys (Archaeology) has been awarded a prestigious Vici grant for his project: "Innovating objects. The agency of global connection...