Conference – “Comics Interaction”

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Amsterdam Comics Conference: 1-3 July 2015 Amsterdam Comics is pleased to announce our inaugural international conference, “Comics Interaction,” which will take place from 1-3 July in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Comprised of three days of parallel panel sessions, round table discussions, and public keynote lectures, the conference aims to encourage interdisciplinary connections between comics scholars from various…  Read more →

Promotie – Wouter Schrover


Promotie Wouter Schrover Op 16 januari 2015 is Wouter Schrover aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam gepromoveerd. Einde verhaal Euthanasie en hulp bij zelfdoding in hedendaagse narratieve fictie Euthanasie en hulp bij zelfdoding zijn veel bediscussieerde onderworpen, niet alleen in Nederland, maar ook daarbuiten. Literatuurwetenschapper Wouter Schrover (Vrije Universiteit) verdedigt op vrijdag 16 januari zijn proefschrift ‘Einde…  Read more →

Workshop – De ‘Golden Road’ naar Open Access in de Geesteswetenschappen

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De ‘Golden Road’ naar Open Access in de Geesteswetenschappen voor landelijke onderzoeksscholen GW Voor wie: Promovendi en staf van onderzoeksscholen RMeS, NICA, OSL, Huizinga Wanneer: Vrijdag 17 april 2015, van 14:30 – 17 uur Waar: SPUI25, Amsterdam Registratie: Promovendi en staf van onderzoeksscholen RMeS, NICA, OSL, Huizinga kunnen zich registreren via de RMeS website. Overige…  Read more →

Call for papers – Masterclass with Dr. Sandra Ponzanesi


The Postcolonial Cultural Industry: Icons, Markets, Mythologies Masterclass with Prof. Dr. Sandra Ponzanesi University of Amsterdam, University Theatre 1.01A June 5, 2015 Registration When registering, please fill in at remarks if you wish to submit a paper (2 ECTS) or only want to attend the masterclass (1 ECTS) Organized by OSL (Netherlands Research School for…  Read more →

OSL Seminar – Poetics of Knowledge

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OSL Seminar 2014-15 – Poetics of Knowledge. 5 meetings, 2nd sem. 2014-15
Research into the various relations between literature and knowledge has been a productive as well as topical trend in literary studies in recent years (think of the shifting relations between sciences and humanities, persistent calls for interdisciplinarity and the trending notion of the “knowledge society”). Research conducted in this area might focus on the interaction between literature and disciplines as diverse as psychology/psychoanalysis (M. Kemperink), neuroscience (F. Vidal), economics (J. Vogl), biology, ecology and cybernetics.

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