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Google gift for quantum research
Assistant Professor Vedran Dunjko and his team receive a €100,000 gift from Google to support them in their quantum research. The research focuses on whether quantum computers can provide new ways of understanding the mysteries of high-energy physics. Google is committed to supporting ambitious research…
Blog Post | Do diplomatic gifts matter?
In this blog, Jorg Kustermans asks the question whether diplomatic gifts matter - a subject covered in the latest HJD Forum on gift giving in diplomacy.
Call for Proposals | Forum Discussion: Diplomatic Gifts
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy is pleased to announce this call for proposals on the topic of exchange of gifts in diplomacy for Forum Essays, a special category in the journal of shorter and more argumentative essays. For more information, please check the poster below. We look forward to receiving…
2010 Important gift of the Mexican Embassy
The Mexican embassy, represented by the cultural attaché, Mr. José Manuel Springer, donated to the Faculty of Archaeology a voluminous publication of detailed maps of the historical and contemporary distribution of the indigenous languages of Mexico: “Catálogo de Lenguas Indígenas Mexicanas, Cartografía…
Podcast #10 | Jorg Kustermans on Diplomatic Gifts
The Hague Diplomacy Podcast aims at bringing the themes of the journal's research off the page, and onto the discussion table. Each episode will feature a guest who will share their insights and personal experience within their practice of or research on diplomacy. Available via SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts…
Special alumni gift to Indonesia at 75
The Republic of Indonesia celebrated its 75th Independence Day on 17 August 2020. As a gift to celebrate this, on the initiative of a group of Leiden alumni*), a biography will be written of Leiden and Indonesian scholar Hoesein Djajadiningrat.
Willy de Heer in De Monitor about highly gifted children and education
Willy de Heer, who obtained a doctorate from Leiden University's Dual PhD Center, did her PhD research into giftedness and education for highly gifted children, or in other terms very easy learning children.
Freedom is not our gift to the world
Tolerance and democracy are not our European values
Highly gifted children benefit from explanation as much as their peers
We often assume that highly gifted children always perform at maximum capacity. Psychologist Bart Vogelaar discovered that this group too benefits from training and explanation. Strangely enough, the benefits are the same for both groups. PhD defence 18 January.
Dean Joanne van der Leun accepts gift of tableau by Syrian artist
On Monday 13 July, the gift of the artwork Homs by Syrian artist Rabi Koria was officially accepted at the Kamerlingh Onnes Building. The tableau can be viewed in the KOG restaurant.
Leiden University receives gift for research into psychology of economic behaviour
Leiden University has received a gift of over 2m euros from the Utopa Foundation for its Department of Social, Economic and Organisational Psychology. The gift will be used to set up a Psychology and Economic Psychology research and teaching fund. There will also be a new knowledge centre, which will…
Separate and holistic solutions to the problems of cross-border death and gift taxation
The response of international organizations to the problems of cross-border death and gift taxation needs to be revisited, according to PhD candidate Vassilis Dafnomilis. PhD defence on 3 June 2021.
‘A donor organ is a precious gift that we should treat with care’
Professor André Baranski is a champion for improving organ procurement. He believes there should be standardised training and certification for procurement surgeons. This is what he said in his inaugural lecture on 16 April.
Dynamic Testing and Excellence
If gifted children are experts in using strategies, why do they experience problems with learning? Why do they underachieve?
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Taxation of Cross-border Inheritances and Donations
On 3 June 2021, Vassilis Dafnomilis defended his thesis 'Taxation of Cross-border Inheritances and Donations'. The doctoral research was supervised by Prof. F. Sonneveldt and Prof. S. Douma (UvA).
Support your faculty
Leiden Law School is committed to its international students and to advancing the learning of others. More and more alumni, friends and sponsors share this idea with us and are making generous gifts to support our ambitions.
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Dynamic testing and excellence
Forum essays provide a framework for intellectual exchange and debate about the role of diplomacy around a particular theme. The essays are argumentative contributions and are shorter than research articles.
Here you will find a list of resources for the study of diplomacy.
HJD Diplomacy Reading Lists
Since 2006, HJD has made an important contribution to shaping diplomatic studies as an international academic field. Our new HJD Diplomacy Reading List presents a diverse collection of analyses categorized into forty-one topics published in HJD over the years. We hope these lists prove a valuable resource…
Ways to Give
There are different causes you can support through the LUC Fund. You can choose ways in which you can support the LUC Fund.
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Giving makes you happy
Receiving a gift is nice, but giving a present also makes you happy. Development psychologist Mara van der Meulen from the Leiden Consortium on Individual Development (L-CID) answered four questions about giving gifts.
Join us at EMAF 2021
We have purchased tickets for our students, staff and alumni to make a collective visit to the European Media Art Festival 2021. Read here how to obtain a ticket from us.
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About the 444 celebrations
In 2019 Leiden University will be 444 years old. This special birthday calls for a special celebration. We will be celebrating this milestone with the residents of Leiden and The Hague.
About the Rembrandt Route
The year 2019 is the 444th anniversary of the University’s ‘birth’ and the 350th anniversary of painter, draughtsman and engraver Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669). Reason therefore to celebrate both 444 years of Leiden University and Rembrandt Year. But what was the connection between Rembrandt, the most…
Building / Patrons: Forging Links Between Buildings and Builders in Renaissance Italy
The LUC Fund supports the advancement of the Leiden University College The Hague (LUC) Global Challenges programme and community. LUC provides excellent research-led interdisciplinary teaching on global challenges to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become socially responsible…
De Olinda a Holanda: o gabinete de curiosidades de Nassau
Book by Dr. Mariana Françozo resulting from her research into the collection of count Johan Maurits of Nassau-Siegen, governor of the Dutch colony in Northeastern Brazil between 1637 and 1644.
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Scheiding van zeggenschap en belang in de familiesfeer
On 1 October 2020, Arianne de Leeuw defended her thesis 'Scheiding van zeggenschap en belang in de familiesfeer'. The doctoral research was supervised by Prof. F. Sonneveldt and Prof. A.O. Lubbers.
The Dutch and English East India Companies: Diplomacy, Trade and Violence in Early Modern Asia
The Dutch and English East India Companies were formidable organizations that were gifted with expansive powers that allowed them to conduct diplomacy, wage war and seize territorial possessions. But they did not move into an empty arena in which they were free to deploy these powers without resista…
3 October parade
Leiden University will be taking part in the 3 October parade. Are you coming to watch?
The Politics of Heritage in Indonesia. A Cultural History
This study offers a new approach to the history of sites, archaeology, and heritage formation in Asia, at both the local and the trans-regional levels.
The Legacy of J. William Fulbright: Policy, Power, and Ideology
This collection of essays details the political life of one of the most prominent and gifted American statesmen of the twentieth century. From his early training in international law to his five terms in the US Senate, J. William Fulbright (1905--1995) had a profound influence on US foreign policy,…
The Hague Diplomacy Podcast aims at bringing the themes of the journal's research off the page, and onto the discussion table. Each episode will feature a guest who will share their insights and personal experience within their practice of or research on diplomacy.
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‘Rapture, Fear and Admiration. Architecture and the Sublime in Seventeenth-Century Paris’
In what ways and to what ends did Parisian buildings overwhelm the early modern public? This study is concerned with the experience of the sublime in architecture in seventeenth-century Paris.
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