12 search results for “forgiveness” in the Public website
Interpersonal Forgiveness and Reconciliation: A Cultural Philology, 1575–1890
This project proceeds from the observation that since the second half of the twentieth century, forgiveness and reconciliation have become pervasive themes in western culture, both on a political level and in personal relations.
Literary History of Reconciliation. Power, Remorse and the Limits of Forgiveness
From William Shakespeare to Marilynne Robinson, A Literary History of Reconciliation is the first study to examine representations of interpersonal reconciliation in work of literature across a long-term period, from the early seventeenth century to the present day, focusing on how these representations…
Arts as an Interface of Law and Justice: Affirmation, Disturbance, Disruption
On 25 Februarry 2021 Hart Bloomsbury brings out a monograph by Frans-Willem Korsten: Arts as an Interface of Law and Justice: Affirmation, Disturbance, Disruption. Its working title was 'Annoyance' but that did not sell. A sign in itself; most struggles for justice have been considered as annoying.
Engaging GiCheon as a Technology of Self in Contemporary Korea
This project embarks on empirical analysis of popular psycho-physical practices in contemporary Korea.
Toon Kerkhoff in AD about the fate of councilors suspected of corruption
Toon Kerkhoff, Assistant Professor of Public Administration, discusses the recent corruption scandal in The Hague and the future of these suspects’ political careers.
LUC Welcomes Michael Ignatieff
Former leader of the Canadian opposition, world-renowned scholar and current President of Central European University (in Budapest) Prof. dr. Michael Ignatieff visited LUC The Hague on Thursday, November 25th. He was touring the Netherlands to promote his new book The Ordinary Virtues: Moral Order in…
Coming this fall: Al-Babtain visiting professor Geert Jan van Gelder
This fall, LUCIS will have the pleasure of welcoming Professor Emeritus Geert Jan van Gelder to Leiden. He is the second Abdulaziz Saud Al-Babtain Cultural Foundation Visiting Professor in Arabic Culture at Leiden University.
Start of reconstruction indigenous village in St. Vincent
In 2010, the remnants of a 16th century indigenous village were discovered in St. Vincent, on the construction terrain of the new International Argyle Airport.
Working from home during corona: Andrew Gawthorpe
We have been working from home for over 9 weeks. How are the staff members of the Institute for History doing? Andrew Gawthorpe shares his experience below.
Rapenburg - backdrop for art and knowledge
Street theatre, drama, poetry and a lot of science: Leiden's Rapenburg was the backdrop for the fifth Night of Art and Knowledge on Saturday 16 September. Many University buildings - from the Observatory to the Hortus - opened their doors to artists, scientists and a public curious to know more.
Staging Transition in Post-Apartheid South Africa - The Bastardisation of History
- Volume 3 (2008)