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Searching for the wanted and unwanted effects of innovation
How does ICT affect society? Mirjam van Reisen, professor Computing for Society at the Leiden Centre of Data Science, is intrigued by this question. We speak with her about innovation, changes in health care, and mobile human trafficking. ‘Innovation has many benefits, but it can also be very disrup…
Invitation Netherlands Alumni meeting in Malaysia
The People in Between: Education, Desire, and South Koreans in Contemporary China
Read all about YAL membership and the members of the Young Academy Leiden.
Text in Context
Recontextualising the Papyri from Roman Soknopaiou Nesos / Dimê (Fayyum, Egypt)
Engaging Europe in the Arab World: European missionaries and humanitarianism in the Middle East (1850-1970)
From the mid-19th century until the 1970’s, the Middle East witnessed the presence of various European missionaries who played a fundamental role in the birth and the development of humanitarianism. Since these Christian missionaries were well integrated in the local Middle Eastern societies via their…
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Conference, PhD Career Event 2021
Non-state actors as a formative factor in World Politics
Hall of Fame 2015
Many of our staff and students have won prizes over the past year. Others have been awarded a subsidy, or, because of their eminence in their field, they have been appointed member of an academic society or have taken on a position in the community. Reasons enough to be proud of them and to include…
2019 Hall of fame
Over the past year, many of our staff and students have won prizes, been awarded a substantial grant or been appointed to an academic association or a position in public life. All of these are good reasons to include them in our 2019 Hall of Fame. We are proud of them all.