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Ineke van der Ham guest at Knowledge Cafe ' De Balie'
The knowledge cafe in De Balie in Amsterdam has navigation as its topic. Ineke van der Ham was main guest, and discussed navigation ability together with experts on cartography, animal navigation and navigation technology. A video of the interactive event can be accessed through the link below.
Lecture in the World Cultural Forum in Bali 2013
In November 2013, Prof.Dr. L. Jan Slikkerveer, Director of the LEAD Programme was personally invited by the former President of Indonesia, Dr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to present a lecture on The Role of Traditional Ecological Knowldege in Sustainable Development in Indonesia in the World Culture Forum…
- Green School Bali University Fair
Lamak. Ritual objects in Bali
Child Marriage as a Choice. Rethinking agency in international human rights
On 18 March 2020, Hoko Horii defended her thesis ‘Child Marriage as a Choice. Rethinking agency in international human rights’. The doctoral research was supervised by prof. A.W. Bedner and prof. G.A. van Klinken.
Buddhist and Hindu Metal Images of Indonesia: Evidence for shared artistic and religious networks across Asia (c.6th-10th century)
Mathilde Mechling defended her thesis on 28 january 2020.
Mariana Gkliati as chair/judge on Europe on Trial
Mariana Gkliati participated on Saturday 2 June at ‘Europe on Trial'.
Exhibition Treasures of the Asian Library at the Erasmushuis in Jakarta
On December 11 the exhibition highlighting the unique collections of the Asian Library of Leiden University was opened by the Dutch Ambassador Rob Swartbol and Prof. Dr. Wardiman Djojonegoro, former Indonesian Minister for Education and Culture.
Celebration of 50 years of Independence of The Republic of Indonesia at LEAD
On Friday, the 24th of November 1995, a joint celebration took place in the Great Auditorium of the Academy of Leiden University on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Indonesia on invitation by H.E. Drs. J.B. Soedarmanto Kadarisman, Ambassador of the Republic…
Solving water problems with archaeology
Archaeologist Araceli Rojas has been invited to participate in the award-winning festival Let’s Talk about Water. This festival combines academic seminars, movies, and panel discussions around water issues around the globe.
Interview with Mies Grijns and Hoko Horii on Child Marriage in Indonesian newspaper ‘Jakarta Globe’
PhD candidates Mies Grijns and Hoko Horii were interviewed about their research on Child Marriage in Indonesia in the ‘Jakarta Globe’, a daily online English language newspaper in Indonesia.
Hidden Gems in Indonesian Manuscripts
Meijers Prizes, Van Wersch Springplank prizes and Thesis Prizes awarded at New Years’ reception
On Thursday 10 January a number of prizes were presented to researchers and students.
Report of the Conference ‘Adat law 100 years on: towards a new interpretation?’ now available
This international conference, held in Leiden form 22 to 24 May 2017, focused on adat law in Indonesia a century after the Adat Law Foundation (Adatrechtstichting) was set up in Leiden by the famous professors Van Vollenhoven and Snouck Hurgronje. In the decades that followed the Adat Law Foundation…
Het Zingend Hart goes Arabic
Festival, Middle Eastern Culture Market 2019
Call for Applications | LUCIS Summer School | Philology and Manuscripts from the Muslim World
Apply now for the LUCIS Summer School on Philology and Manuscripts from the Muslim world, which will take place from Tuesday 15 August until Friday 25 August 2017 in Leiden. The deadline for applications is Friday 16 June 2017.
The dilemmas of thirty-somethings: What on earth are you supposed to do?
Your own food truck, working from the comforts of a tropical beach in Bali, or a permanent job? Children, living together, getting married, a registered partnership? Thirty-somethings have a lot to think about. On Monday 16 April, Psychologist Nienke Wijnants gave a popular lecture to 120 young alumni…
'Child marriage does not always occur by force'
Child marriage has become an increasingly important topic on the international human rights and development agenda. Many organisations are calling for a ban, but what problem would such a ban solve? PhD defence on 18 March 2020.
- Collecting Asia Symposium
Overview of the publications of the department of Industrial Ecology (1982-2015)