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Wim van den Doel
College van Bestuur
Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives
Many handwritten and illustrated archives contain a wealth of information, but are largely underexplored because they are complex and difficult for computers to decipher. The aim of this project is to develop a digital environment that resolves this challenge and connects heterogeneous archival content…
Shifting the compass
Shifting the Compass: Pluricontinental Connections in Dutch Colonial and Postcolonial Literature
4.1 million for study on Dutch East Indies war of decolonisation
Three Dutch research institutes - including the Leiden University’s KITLV - will conduct a follow-up study on the use of violence during the Dutch East Indies war of decolonisation (1945 – 1950). The government has designated 4.1 million Euros for this study.
Institutional memory in the making of colonial culture: history, experience and ideas in Dutch colonialism in Asia, 1700 – 1870.
What did colonial officials and missionaries think they were doing?
Alumna Lise Stork defends her PhD on making sense of illustrated handwritten archives
On Thursday July 1, our alumna Lise Stork will defend her PhD thesis at Leiden University. It is about using AI to make sense of handwritten natural history archives.
Leiden University partner in research on handwriting and image recognition
The Leiden Centre of Data Science and the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science are part of a consortium that will carry out research on making illustrated and handwritten archives digitally accessible. The project is funded by NWO.
Symposium Indische Letteren “De Indonesische stem”
Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje: De perfecte geleerde
Lecture, LUCIS What's New?! Series