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English language check
Publishing about your research is a key aspect of your career as a researcher; the majority of research publications are written in English. When applying for research funding, too, it is very important to ensure that your application is written in clear, accessible English. Maria Sherwood-Smith, Academic…
Family, Work and Household in Late Medieval Iberia
Family, Work, and Household presents the social and occupational life of a late medieval Iberian town in rich, unprecedented detail. The book combines a diachronic study of two regionally prominent families—one knightly and one mercantile—with a detailed cross-sectional urban study of household and…
A Crusader, Ottoman, and Early Modern Aegean Archaeology
Built Environment and Domestic Material Culture in the Medieval and Post-Medieval Cyclades, Greece (13th – 20th Centuries AD)
English as a Lingua Franca: Mutual Intelligibility of Chinese, Dutch and American speakers of English
The presents thesis investigates the extent to which Chinese, Dutch and American speakers of English are mutually intelligible. Intelligibility of vowels, simplex consonants and consonant clusters was tested in meaningless sound sequences, as well as in words in meaningless and meaningful short sent…
Asian Modernities and Traditions
The research profile ‘Asian Modernities and Traditions’ (AMT) aims to raise the strength and visibility of research, teaching and dissemination on Asian studies at Leiden University. AMT focuses on those areas where there are clear strengths or exciting new developments ahead, bundled into five them…
Courses in Academic English
For all problems related to presenting your research in English, the Graduate School provides help in the form of an in-house Academic English Instructor.
Party Law in Modern Europe
The legal regulation of political parties in post-war Europe.
Late Ceramic Age Societies in the Eastern Caribbean
Centre for Modern Urban Studies
The Centre for Modern Urban Studies (MUS) is a multidisciplinary research institute that looks at historic and current changes in large cities. Our research is focussed on socio-cultural, economical, legal or technological change and the ways all these elements interact.
The polemics between Protestant ‘moderns’ and Roman Catholics in the Netherlands, 1840-1910
What representations of Protestant moderns by Roman Catholics, and vice versa, are reflected in 19th-century ‘casual’ media published between 1840 and 1910, and can we see a development over that period?
English Language and Culture (BA)
From Great-Britain to the United States and from Australia to South Africa: people around the whole world speak and write English. In Leiden you will broaden your knowledge of the English language, and in the rich Literature and culture of the global English world on academic level.
English Literature and Culture (MA)
The one-year, English-taught master's programme in English Literature and Culture focuses on the interaction between literature and key political and social issues such as identity, migration, memory and the metropolis, but also between literature and the literary tradition, and literature and film.
Controlling anxiety in late life (CALL)
Primary Objective: The primary aim of the proposed RCT is to evaluate whether LF-TLP in blended form as an indicated prevention for anxiety complaints is more (cost-) effective than TAU according to the NHG guideline Anxiety. We hypothesize that in comparison to TAU, LF-TLP will result in a significantly…
- Introduction International Legal English (ILEC)
Photographic Traditions in South African Popular Modernities
In the South African context, certain iconic images have been a dominant source for public understandings of historical events. The emphasis given these images tends to overshadow the historical value of other more personal photographic sources – like studio or amateur photography. This project looks…
- Language and Culture Education: English
Spanish-English Codeswitching in the Caribbean and the US
This volume provides a sample of the most recent studies on Spanish-English codeswitching both in the Caribbean and among bilinguals in the United States.
- English 5 Intensive Summer Course
Modern Perceptions of Ancient Religions
The aim of this Research Traineeship will be to analyze the underexplored reception of ancient religions in popular culture, taking Dutch spiritual magazines as a case study. There are five such magazines: Paravisie (1986- ), Paraview (1997- ), Happinez (2003- ), Bres (1965- ), and Prana/Mantra (1975-…
- English 4 Intensive Summer Course
- Teaching English (MA)
Colonial recipes: Food, modernity and Japanese rule in Korea
The major objective of the study is to ascertain how Japanese colonialism affected the manner in which food was produced, processed, prepared and consumed in the colony, and how new attitudes towards these practices were constructed.
- English for academic purposes: Writing
Women and Crime in Early Modern Holland
Crime is men’s business, isn’t it? Women are responsible for 10 percent of crime in Europe. Yet, if we look at the Dutch Republic in the early modern period, we find that in the towns of Holland women played a much larger role in crime.
Eurasian Encounters: Museums, Missions, Modernities
This book explores the intellectual and cultural flows between Asia and Europe which occurred during – and were formative of – the political and social changes of the first half of the twentieth century.
Cross-craft interaction in the cross-cultural context of the Late Bronze Age East Mediterranean
In tracing intra-site, local and regional craft networks in Late Bronze Age Tiryns (Greece) the project aimed to understand technological changes, (dis)continuities and social practices from the Late Palatial until the Post Palatial periods in Mycenaean Greece.
Global Conflict in the Modern Era (MA)
The specialisation Global Conflict in the Modern Era of the master’s in International Relations at Leiden University engages you with the scholarly debates about global conflict today and in the recent past.
Modernity, Minority, and the Public Sphere
Jews and Christians in the Middle East
Modern Physics at all Scales
Present-day physics stretches from a better understanding of the evolution of the universe to the physics of condensed matter, biological processes, soft matter and metamaterials. The summer programme will highlight aspects of these fields, with an emphasis on the Leiden Master programme and the experimental…
- Business English Upper-intermediate (BEC Vantage)
The Leiden University Old English ColloQuest
The Leiden University Old English ColloQuest is a digital, dynamic edition of an Old English text that adapts to each different learner to offer an appropriate level of challenge. The nature and number of glosses (translation aids) on the text adjust for each individual user based on the user’s answers…
Basic Qualification in English Language Skills
University lecturers who are in the process of obtaining the Basic Teaching Qualification (BKO) and who teach programmes in English will also need the Basic Qualification in English Language Skills certificate, which guarantees a basic standard of English.
English language assessment for MA students
Are you planning to register for an English taught Master’s Degree Programme after your Bachelor’s programme? In order to assess what your current level of English is, you are invited to complete an Online Oxford Quick Placement Test.
- English Language Assessment for MA students
Campus tour English Language and Culture
What late medieval chant manuscripts do to a present-day performer of plainchant
This book is witness to Hendrik Vanden Abeele’s research into the development, construction and creation of a present-day performance practice of late medieval plainchant, based partly on his work with the Belgian chant group Psallentes.
Globalization and Modernity in Asia: Performative Moments
Much has been said regarding the global flows of information that are characteristic of modernity; it has been frequently stressed that these conduits are so deeply embedded that local or national environments may be imagined as having a global span. Thus, while we are now well aware that the imagination…
- English Grammar Course for BAIS students
A Semiotactic Approach to Modern Japanese
The aim of this research was to establish if Ebeling's semiotactic theory and method of semiotactic analysis, as described in his works Syntax and Semantics (1978), Een Inleiding tot de Syntaxis (1994) and Semiotaxis, over Theoretische en Nederlandse Syntaxis (2006), could be applied to Modern Japanese…
British Celtic Influence on English Phonology
This dissertation assesses the influence of British Celtic on the phonological development of English during and shortly after the Anglo-Saxon settlement period, ca. AD 450-700.
Online Experience English Language and Culture
Studievoorlichting, Online Experience
Abrupt Climate Change and Cultural Transformation in Syria in Late Prehistory (c. 6800-5800 BC)
This abrupt climate change of 8200 years ago (the so-called 8.2k calBP climate event) has received wide attention among natural scientists, also because of today's rapid climate changes and their impact on our own society. The archaeological implications, however, have not been investigated so far.…
On the margins. Crime, gender and migration in early modern Frankfurt am Main, 1600-1800
The central aim is to systematically study differences in crime patterns and social control between migrants and non-migrants in early modern Frankfurt am Main.
Video clips English Reading and Writing
We've developed video clips on English Reading and Writing. The overall goal is to enable departments and programmes to incorporate academic reading and writing skills into their curricula, using tried and tested materials developed by specialists.
Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe - Rulers, Aristocrats and the Formation of Identities
Aristocratic dynasties have long been regarded as fundamental to the development of early modern society and government. Yet recent work by political historians has increasingly questioned the dominant role of ruling families in state formation, underlining instead the continued importance and independence…
- English for academic purposes: Writing and Presenting
English Usage Guides: History, Advice, Attitudes
The second major collection of papers from the Bridging the Unbridgeable project.
Bachelor Q&A (English)
On this page you can find answers to frequently asked questions.
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Modern and Contemporary Studies (1800−Present)
This research cluster centres on regional, national, and global intersections between a variety of artistic and cultural expressions and their role in society from 1800 onwards.