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Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn
Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
About the project
The project 'Food citizens?' examines the consequences and premises of collective food acquisition in three European cities (Rotterdam, Turin, and Gdańsk).
Food Citizens? Collective Food procurement in European cities
Cristina Grasseni’s project
Constructing monuments, perceiving monumentality and the economics of building
The goal of this book is to place architectural studies, in which people’s interactions with each other and material resources are key, at the crossing of both landscape studies and material culture studies, where it belongs.
Security and Threat
Research is the basis for good security policy. By analysing the motives of radicalised people and identifying the biggest risks in the area of digital communication, Leiden University researchers are helping governments to formulate effective countermeasures.
Archaeologist argues for circular economy during Carnegie Peacebuilding Conversations
Maikel Kuijpers was invited to join a session on material rights, resource use, and craftsmanship during the Carnegie Peacebuilding Conversations held in The Hague’s Peace Palace in September. Organised by Major Alliance the session brought together a diverse panel to discuss “The Universal Declaration…
Artistic Production in the Context of Neoliberalism, Autonomy and Heteronomy Revisited by Means of Infrastructural Critique
Jack Segbars publishes 'Artistic Production in the Context of Neoliberalism, Autonomy and Heteronomy Revisited by Means of Infrastructural Critique' in PARSE, Issue 9.
Leiden anthropologists at the annual meeting of the Swiss Anthropological Association
The Scientific Commission of the Swiss Anthropological Association (SSE-SEG-SAA) convenes once a year a major conference around thematic panels. This year, the annual meeting of the SSE-SEG-SAA addressed the topic of “norms and alternatives”. Prof. dr. Cristina Grasseni and lecturer Janine Prins participated…
Our Institute’s research focuses on ‘global vulnerabilities and social resilience’. Specifically, we highlight three interconnected themes: diversity, sustainability, and digitalisation.
Engagements with the Contemporary: The Humanities in, on, and beyond Crises
Bart Barendregt professor by special appointment
Bart Barendregt has been appointed professor by special appointment per January 2020. “Anthropology of Digital Diversity has the potential to show that there are always multiple directions and different solutions to the challenges the digital transition to us all is.”
- Constructing monuments and perceiving monumentality