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Breaking and making the ancestors
What can the composition and arrangement of urnfield graves tell us about the social and ideological believes of the urnfield period societies?
In touch with the dead
A study of early medieval reopened graves
Flint in Focus
Lithic Biographies in the Neolithic and Bronze Age, Prof. Annelou van Gijn (2010)
Leiden University Centre for Intercultural Philosophy (LUCIP) is a centre housed in the Institute for Philosophy at Leiden University.
The Secret Lives of Art Works
The Secret Life of Art Works. Exploring the Boundaries between Art and Life is the first collection of essays to present case studies from the visual arts, architecture, sculpture and numismatics, and to engage critically with theoretical perspectives from art history, psychology, aesthetics and ant…
NWO Graduate programme: Arts in Society
Exploring cultural production in Europe, Latin America and Africa, the institute’s research programme focuses on the continuous interconnectedness of the Arts and Society in both the textual culture of literature, learning and public debate and the visual culture of art, architecture, film, photography…
The Leiden Beaker Project
The Leiden Beaker Project aims to use approaches that give credit to the complexity and the many dimensions of the meaning and use of material culture. Signifying status may be one aspect of scarce objects, but several other things can be expressed through material culture. Exchange theory, for instance,…
LUCSoR at the American Academy of Religion conference
LUCSoR will be represented at the upcoming American Academy of Religion (AAR) conference by Dr. Corey Williams (Assistant Professor) and Sasha Sabbah-Goldstein (PhD Candidate). The conference takes place from 19-22 November 2016 in San Antonio, USA.
Disseminating the knowledge of Indigenous Peoples
Together with members of indigenous communities Leiden researchers preserve and disseminate philosophical, historical and medical knowledge.
- Legal Bodies
Hajj: Global Interactions through Pilgrimage
Every year, in the last month of the Islamic calendar, millions of Muslims from around the world come together in Mecca to perform the Hajj, the pilgrimage that all capable Muslims should perform at least once in their lives. In 2013, the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden organised the exhibition…
Boyd Leupen wins MSc Thesis Prize 2015
Boyd Leupen has won the Institute of Political Science MSc Thesis Prize 2015. With 'Refuting asymmetrical Kantianism: On the moral standing of animals', Leupen completed his Political Science master studies and contributed an excellent piece of scholarly work. According to the jury, his thesis stands…
African Archaeological Contributions to Understanding Rituals and Religions
Seminar with Tyler Zoanni
Lecture, Leiden Interdisciplinary Disability Seminars
- Global Asia Scholar Series (GLASS)