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The Academic Language Centre offers a range of French courses, including general courses at different levels as well as specific courses for participants preparing for a Delf/Dalf exam.
- French 4
- French 3
- French 1
- French 6
- French 5
- French 2
- French Conversation B1
- French Conversation A2
- French Conversation B2/C1
French Language and Linguistics
French Language and Linguistics at Leiden University offers a wide array of courses covering theoretical and applied linguistics, including language acquisition, syntax, and semantics.
Assistant Professor French Linguistics
Humanities, Centre for Linguistics
French Literature and Culture (MA)
Develop your knowledge of French and Francophone literary works and genres with the Master’s programme in French Literature and Culture at Leiden University.
French Language and Culture (BA)
France isn't just a country of great writers, thinkers and the well known 'savoir-vivre', economically it is also of great importance to the Netherlands and the rest of the world. Study the French language and culture and acquire skills that provide great opportunities for an international career!
- Language and Culture Education: French
- Teaching French (MA)
Pardon my French? Dutch-French Language Contact in The Netherlands, 1500-1900
The main aim of this project is to provide a full analysis of the actual influence of French on Dutch in The Netherlands during the period of 1500 - 1900.
Art beyond Japan: Contemporary art in the politics of translation
Investigation of 1.) The whereabouts of the epistemological dissonances in art criticisms on Post-war contemporary art from Japan between two different language realms, in this case in English and Japanese; and 2.) What the dissonances disclose, disturb, and contribute in the process of the establishment…
- French 5+6 Intensive Summer Course
- French 3+4 Intensive Summer Course
- French 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
Annelies Schulte Nordholt
Faculty of Humanities
The Secret Lives of Art Works
The Secret Life of Art Works. Exploring the Boundaries between Art and Life is the first collection of essays to present case studies from the visual arts, architecture, sculpture and numismatics, and to engage critically with theoretical perspectives from art history, psychology, aesthetics and ant…
From art to religious ritual; a study of the integration of performance art in liturgy
This dissertation focuses on a new field of artistic research in which a visual artist takes on the role of researcher. The main research question is whether performance art integrated in an ecumenical service, combined with artistic directions from the artist, can enhance the religious experience of…
Visual arts and geometry
Knowledge and culture subproject 3:
The French-Anglophone divide in lithic research
In this provocative study, Shumon T. Hussain engages with the long-standing issue of French-Anglophone research conflicts in Palaeolithic archaeology.
Art of Captivity / Arte del Cautiverio
Art of Captivity / Arte del Cautiverio tells a compelling story about Central America's drug war through a series of rich photographs. The book, which is entirely bilingual in English and Spanish, focuses on Guatemala, which has become the primary point of transit for cocaine produced in the Andes and…
Questions in context: The case of French wh-in-situ
On the 4th of November, Aliza successfully defended a doctoral thesis. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics congratulates Aliza on this achievement!
The art of religion: Sforza Pallavicino and Art Theory in Bernini's Rome
Bernini and Pallavicino, the artist and the Jesuit cardinal, are closely related figures at the papal courts of Urban VIII and Alexander VII, at which Bernini was the principal artist. The analysis of Pallavicino's writings offers a new perspective on Bernini's art and artistry and allow us to understand…
Media | Art | Politics (MAP)
The Leiden Lectures in Media | Art | Politics (MAP) is a series of talks organized by Pepita Hesselberth and Yasco Horsman. Speakers from various academic backgrounds and in different stages of their careers reflect on diverging ways in which technological and social changes challenge and transform…
The Golden Mean of Languages; Forging Dutch and French in the Early Modern Low Countries (1540-1620)
In The Golden Mean of Languages, Alisa van de Haar sheds new light on the debates regarding the form and status of the vernacular in the early modern Low Countries, where both Dutch and French were local tongues. The fascination with the history, grammar, spelling, and vocabulary of Dutch and French…
Arts, Literature and Media (research) (MA)
This interdisciplinary research master offers the best of three worlds (arts, literature and media) through a programme of well-designed courses, combining theoretical and historical training with free space for specialisation.
BA Fine Arts & BA Arts, Media and Society
Become an indispensable contributor to the wellbeing of our societies in culture, policies and economies!
between gesture, affect and rhythmic freedom in the performance of French tragic opera from Lully to Rameau
Baroque flautist Jed Wentz followed two years of dancing classes in order to develop the right feeling for the gestures required for the Baroque French opera genre ‘tragédie en musique’. In his dissertation, the links between gesture affect and rhythmic freedom in the performance of the tragédie en…
Art History (BA)
Troughout the ages, art has always had a large impact, from the first cave drawings until modern art forms. In the Bachelor's programme Art History at Leiden University you will not just get to know art from the Netherlands and Europe, but also from North-America, Asia and Africa. Study art from the…
The Leiden Academic Course Center offers a large variety of visual art courses. Our courses are offered for beginners as wel as more advanced students. In the lessons everybody will be guided according to their experience. All the art supplies are included in the price of the physical courses. For…
Art History (MA)
The master’s programme in Arts and Culture at Leiden University is uniquely positioned at the intersection of Art History and Museum Studies. Informed by leading interdisciplinary research, this degree provides you with a strong academic foundation for a variety of careers in museums, galleries and…
Elevated minds: The Sublime in the public arts in 17th-century Paris and Amsterdam
The aim of this project is to study the influence of Longinus’s treatise ‘On the sublime’ on practice and theory of architecture and theatre in seventeenth-century Paris and Amsterdam.
NWO Graduate programme: Arts in Society
Exploring cultural production in Europe, Latin America and Africa, the institute’s research programme focuses on the continuous interconnectedness of the Arts and Society in both the textual culture of literature, learning and public debate and the visual culture of art, architecture, film, photography…
Aestheticized politics : the workings of North Korean art
This dissertation is a study of North Korean art as a site where politics, history, and culture meet.
Internationalisation in Fine Arts and Design Higher Education in Europe
This research intends to study the why, what, how and the possible outcome of internationalisation in higher education institutions of fine art and design.
Raja Ampat Ritual Art
Spirit priests and ancestor cults in new guinea's far west
Vital Art: Transgender Portraiture as Visual Activism
In what ways can visual art play a vital role in countering the discriminating stigma experienced by transgender communities?
Verbal art of the Fon (Benin)
This publication aims at the analysis of the performance of a corpus of Fongbe stories that I collected in three villages in the south of Benin in 1976 and 1977. The corpus consists of 37 stories (57.000 words). The stories aim at children’s education.
Reasoning through Art
Inaugural lecture, delivered upon acceptance of the Chair in Theory of Research in the Arts, at the Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University, on 10 February 2017, by Professor H.A. (Henk) Borgdorff.
ARC (art_research_convergence) is an outreach initiative of Leiden University Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, and the University of the Arts The Hague, for the active communication of artistic research.
- Teaching Art History and Cultural and Art Education (MA)
Arts, Media and Society (BA)
Visual art today is strongly interlinked with today’s society, a connection which is reinforced and deepened by social and other media. In Arts, Media and Society, a specialisation of our Art History bachelor's programme, you will explore this relationship and analyse how it reflects and impacts the…
The Agency of Empire: Connections and Strategies in French Overseas Expansion (1686-1746)
In The Agency of Empire: Connections and Strategies in French Expansion (1686-1746) Elisabeth Heijmans places directors and their connections at the centre of the developments and operations of French overseas companies.