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Digging for people and means in Mycenaean Greece
In the 13th century BC, Mycenaean Greece was the stage for ambitious monumental building programmes. How were people and means deployed, and with what socio-economic influence? Leiden Archaeologist dr. Ann Brysbaert investigates the matter with an ERC Consolidator Grant.
Leiden Law School represented at Study in Holland Fair in Greece
The ‘international classroom’ is important for our faculty. Students have the opportunity to expand their awareness and understanding of other cultures and it helps to advance critical thinking and develop an appreciation of different perspectives. For these reasons, we also go abroad to recruit students…
First LUCAS Public Prize goes to Hugo Koning
Hugo Koning, an expert in Greek mythology, has won the Lucas Public Prize because he has brought his research to the attention of the general public in so many different ways. This is the first Public Prize awarded by the Leiden University Centre for Arts in Society (LUCAS). Hugo says with a smile:…
Jorrit Rijpma on Frontex and Greece’s illegal return of migrants
More and more reports appear in de media claiming that Frontex, the organisation coordinating the joint border control of the European Union, has been helping the Greek coastguard to stop asylum seekers at sea. In doing so, has Frontex endangered the lives of migrants?
Vijfde Jaarlijkse Symposium over Nederlandse Archeologie in het Middellandse Zeegebied en het Nabije Oosten
De laatste shariarechtbank van Europa
Lecture, Boekpresentatie & Filmvoorstelling
Humans of Humanities
In the Humans of Humanities series, we will do a portrait of one of our researchers, staff members or students, every other week.