Quarantine tips by Studium Generale

During these odd times we would love to provide you with your daily dose of science and culture! Check out our tips below.

  • Studio Erasmus video interviews

    New: podcasts and videos Studio Erasmus

    Reflection and background info in times of corona

    In a new series of podcasts and interviews of Studio Erasmus, some of Rotterdam's leading researcher reflect on the impact of the coronacrisis.

  • Empathy in the Brain | Lecture

    This corona crisis shows us the great empathy that we feel for other people. In this online lecture, Neuroscientist Christian Keyers tells us more about how empathy works in de human brain.

  • Online Singing & Songwriting Workshop

    In these online music lessons, you’ll improve your singing and learn the basics of song-writing and composing.

  • Archive Dive in The Nederlands Fotomuseum

    Do you miss your museum visits? Luckily many art institutions enclose their collection online!

  • Podcast on The Plague

    Podcast by Ruud Welten on Albert Camus’ classic novel The Plague

  • Theatre@Home

    The National Theatre offers a play a week to watch online. Watch James Corden (from the Late Late Show) in One Man, Two Guvnors as of April 2

  • The World of Thinking

    Moving documentary about five scientists at Princeton and their revolutionary quests. 

  • Team SG's Netflix Tips

    Totally lost on what to watch next on Netflix? Let Team SG inspire you with our 10 personal favourites.

  • Experience the Scapino Ballet online!

    The Scapino Ballet Rotterdam will stream a recording of their shows via their Facebook-page every Monday.

  • How does Netflix affect our taste in film?

    Payal Arora and Filip Vermeylen about the impact of algorithms on popular culture.