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Faculty of Humanities
Old Age in Early Medieval England, A Cultural History
How did Anglo-Saxons reflect on the experience of growing old? Was it really a golden age for the elderly, as has been suggested?
The Founder of Bon, the Birth of a Myth
In this dissertation, the life account is constructed of of the founder of Bon Religion, Shenrab Miwo.
Devin DeWeese will be the Central Asia Visiting Professor in September 2016
Devin DeWeese, Indiana University Bloomington, will be the Central Asia Visiting Professor between 5-17 September 2016. Professor DeWeese will deliver a guest lecture on Monday, 12 September (Lipsius 148, 3pm) and a masterclass on Friday, 16 September within the Central Asia initiative at Leiden Uni…
‘The Rooseveltian Century’: one of the best MOOCs according to New York Magazine
According to New York Magazine, the massive open online course (MOOC) ‘The Rooseveltian Century’ by Professor by Special Appointment Giles Scott-Smith is one of the best online courses. We asked him why you should take the course and how it came about.
Beyond novelistic heroism. The rhetorics of eugeneia, slavery and chastity in the ancient Greek novel and early-Christian narrative
- Global Asia Scholar Series (GLASS)