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Results: 21 - 40 of 276
  • 20 Feb 2020
    Call for proposals: the 4th European Conference on Teaching & Learning Politics, International Relations & European Studies

    This year the University of Amsterdam, department of European Studies will host the 4th European Conference on Teaching & Learning Politics, International Relations & European Studies. Our Standing Group on Teaching ...

  • 17 Feb 2020
    Kick off: Global Digital Cultures

    On Friday, 27 March 2020, the University of Amsterdam will kick-off its new research priority area ‘Global Digital Cultures’ (GDC). Researchers and students from all faculties at the UvA are warmly invited to this ...

  • 14 Feb 2020
    ACES researchers supervise Marie Curie Fellowship recipients

    Three ACES researchers - Christina Eckes, Chantal Mak and Luiza Bialasiewicz - will supervise three Marie Curie Fellowship recipients. They will do their research at the UvA or at a university outside the EU.

  • 14 Feb 2020
    How Airbnb markets black-majority neighbourhoods

    Airbnb attracts increasing numbers of tourists to neighbourhoods where the traditional hotel industry is limited or absent. This popularity of ‘real urban’ experiences in ‘off-the-beaten-track’ areas has impact on ...

  • 13 Feb 2020
    Research by David Bokhorst and Roel Beetsma contributes to European Commission review of the European Semester

    The European Commission has released a new review on the European Semester. Research of both David Bokhorst and Roel Beetsma has been used for this new review.

  • 13 Feb 2020
    Marie Curie Fellowships awarded to thirteen UvA researchers

    Thirteen talented UvA researchers have been awarded Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships to conduct their research. The fellowships are personal grants, which range from around €175,000 to €280,000 euros for ...

  • 10 Feb 2020
    Replication study contradicts claim that conservatives have stronger physiological responses to threats than liberals

    For years, a study from 2008 that claimed that conservative people have stronger physiological reactions to threatening stimuli than those who express liberal views, has been widely quoted. A replication study, led ...

  • 10 Feb 2020
    The City Unfinished - Episode 3

    This episode is all about Amsterdam smells. Sarita Jarmack sat down with art historian Caro Verbeek to discuss smell in art history and urban history.

  • 29 Jan 2020
    Cities and Mobilities Awarded Grants

    The Cities & Mobilities seminar series in 2017-2018 generated a whole community of academics and practitioners interested in keeping the conversation going. So, in 2019, Anna Nikolaeva decided to use the remaining ...

  • 28 Jan 2020
    ACES Academic Conferences in 2020

    In 2020 ACES will organise seven conferences which were selected after a call for proposals, as well as the Annual Conference which is organised as the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence. More information about each ...

  • 27 Jan 2020
    Call for Summer School: How to do race in migration studies in Europe

    We invite PhD candidates and advanced research master students to apply for this Summer School, to be held 22 - 25 June 2020. Deadline is 15 February.

  • 27 Jan 2020
    Tamara Hervey is ACES / ACELG Visiting Scholar in February

    Between 10-22 February TamaraHervey will be an ACES / ACELG Visiting Scholar. During her visit three events will be organised.

  • 24 Jan 2020
    Diverse Europe: Call for Visiting Scholars

    The Diverse Europe Theme Group offers stipendiary visiting scholarships to excellent scholars who are conducting research related to diversity and Europe in the social sciences, humanities or law. Visiting scholars ...

  • 23 Jan 2020
    ESRC funding for Kati Cseres and Or Brook

    Governing Europe affiliate Kati Cseres, and former affiliate Or Brook won funding from the UK’s ESRC Impact Acceleration Account for their project ‘The Priority-Setting Project: Rethinking EU And National Competition ...

  • 23 Jan 2020
    Marija Bartl appointed as professor of Transnational Private Law

    Governing Europe affiliate Marija Bartl has been appointed professor of Transnational Private Law at the Faculty of Law.

  • 23 Jan 2020
    Give willing Member States and European cities a central role in the asylum system

    A central European asylum system supported by all Member States is never going to happen. Organise the reception of asylum seekers among willing Member States, let the other Member States financially contribute and ...

  • 13 Jan 2020
    New grant for research: Protecting Migrants Against Violence

    ​​​​​​​The Swedish Research Council has awarded a second major grant for collaborative research on migration between the Universities of Gothenburg and Amsterdam. This new grant will support Anja Karlsson Franck ...

  • 8 Jan 2020
    New consortium: Closing the housing gap in Australia

    The University of Amsterdam is part of a consortium that has been awarded an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant to investigate unequal access to housing in Australia.

  • 6 Jan 2020
    Podcast: Sarah de Lange in discussion with Social Democrats

    After the ACES Academic conference in November organised by Sarah de Lange, a podcast with the keynote speaker, Simon Hix, was recorded. The podcast discusses the rise and fall of the Social Democracy in Europe, and ...

  • 5 Jan 2020
    PhD Talent Travel Grant - Open Call

    A new call for PhD Talent Travel Grant proposals is now open. In this round, the Centre for Urban Studies will launch a call of three PhD Talent Travel Grants (1.500 euros each) that enable junior members to broaden ...