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Public Administration (MSc)
How do we address the world's most pressing issues through governance? The Master Public Administration gives you a unique multi-level perspective on the management of global political, economic and social actors, with three specialisations to suit your specific interest.
Economics and Governance (MSc)
The Economics & Governance specialisation of the Master in Public Administration teaches you to formulate problem-solving approaches to concrete policy issues found at the intersection between economics and public administration. This specialisation is a unique joint offering of the Department of Economics…
The Paippalādasaṃhitā of the Atharvaveda: A new critical edition of the three 'new' Anuvākas of Kāṇḍa 17 with English translation and commentary
On the 11th of June, Umberto Selva successfully defended his doctoral thesis and graduated. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics congratulates Umberto on this great result.
The perception of time in the Ñuu Dzaui landscape, Oaxaca, Mexico.
1) How natural cycles and activities are interconnected for building the time in one community? 2) What perceptions of Ñuu Dzaui peoples about their landscape can be connected with precolonial times?
Constitutional Ethnography, Counter-Constitutions, and the Study of Form, Sediment and Trajectory
Although each Dutch university has its own culture and tradition, there are some practices that are common within the academic approach in the Netherlands. Four things you need to know about our academic culture:
Lyndsey Housden teaches in the Interactive/Media/Design department at the Royal Academy of Art (KABK), The Hague. She is a researcher and artist, working with interactive and haptic installations, spatial design and interdisciplinary projects for exhibitions, theatre, and festivals.
Janneke Wesseling on The Device Paradigm and Contemporary Practices in Art and Design
On May 18 Janneke Wesseling gave a lecture at the conference
The potters’ perspectives
A vibrant chronological narrative of ceramic manufacturing practices in the valley of Juigalpa, Chontales, Nicaragua (cal 300 CE - present)
To be eligible for Museums and Collections at Leiden University, you must meet the following admission requirements.
To be eligible for Art, Architecture and Interior before 1800 at Leiden University, you must meet the following admission requirements.
To be eligible for Contemporary Art in a Global Perspective at Leiden University, you must meet the following admission requirements.
- 5-Day Ceramic Technology Workshop
‘Working together on the basis of mutual respect is enriching and satisfying’
Since 2017 guest researcher Gerrit de Wit has been working together with Congolese linguists and the Boa community to develop the oral Boa language into a written one. He tells us about 2 unique projects, which are steadily unearthing and describing the structure of a new language.
About the programme
You will take courses at both the Leiden Institute for Philosophy and at other Humanities departments. Students in this two-year programme typically also enrol in one of the master’s programmes taught at the faculty of Humanities.
- Persian 6 Plus
- Chinese 4
About the programme
The one-year master in Southeast Asian Studies, a specialisation of Leiden University’s master in Asian Studies, offers a large and varied selection of subjects and the freedom to choose the areas on which you will focus.
- Chinese 9 Plus
- Chinese 5
- Persian 5
- Korean 3
- Persian 3
- Persian 4
- Chinese 7 Plus
- Chinese 8 Plus
- Chinese 6
- Chinese 3
- Korean 4
Cities of Refuge: Slave Flight and Illegal Freedom in the American Urban South, 1800-1860
Imperial Legacies in Early-Modern South India. Dynastic Politics in the Vijayanagara Successor States
This research deals with the royal houses of the Vijayanagara Empire and four of its successor states: Ikkeri, Tanjavur (under both the Nayaka and Bhonsle rulers), Madurai, and Ramnad. This study is thus concerned with dynastic politics and imperial legacies in south India between the 14th and 18th…
ForSeaDiscovery - Forest resources for Iberian empires: ecology and globalization in the age of discovery
An interdisciplinary and innovative research group combining History, underwater archaeology, GIS and wood provenancing methods.
Cosmopolis seeks to explore the transnational and cultural dimensions of intra-Eurasian encounters through Dutch sources.
Global and Comparative Philosophy (MA)
This Philosophy: Global and Comparative Perspectives master’s programme is unique in Europe. It offers comparative perspectives from around the world that will enable you to be part of the next generation of thinkers: someone studying and shaping philosophy for a globalised 21st century.
- Swedish 4
- Swedish 2
- Chinese 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- Arabic 3
- Arabic 7
- Korean 2
- Chinese 2
- Persian 2
- Arabic 4
- Arabic 2
- Arabic 5
- Arabic 6
- Arabic 8
Archaeological legacies of slavery in the Caribbean
The Use of the Occult Sciences in the Ottoman-Safavid Conflict
Introducing: Sanne Muurling
Sanne Muurling is the new PhD student in Manon van der Heijden's 'Crime and Gender' project.