Daniel R. Curtis (ESHCC) has recently published a new book with Cambridge University Press entitled "Disasters and History: The Vulnerability and Resilience of Past Societies".
Recently a number of PhD candidates joined the ESHCC faculty. In this series, we would like to introduce them to you. Today it’s Zhen’s turn!
ESHCC colleagues Daniel Trottier, Rashid Gabdulhakov and Qian Huang have published an open access book on Vigilant Audiences which is out now and free to download and read.
Delia Dumitrica (ESHCC) and Georgia Gaden Jones (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology) reflect in the article ‘Partners in Scholarship’ on the benefits of working together.
A summary of the PAC and IBCoMagazine event
Shirley Nieuwland, doctoral candidate within the Erasmus Initiative Vital Cities and Citizens, studies sustainable tourism in cities.
Dr. Opree and prof. dr. Jansz will conduct a literature study on media literacy, commissioned by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and in collaboration with the Media Literacy Network.
ESHCC involved in two-year research project on social (in)equality in sport within the COVID19 context
ZonMw has approved the research proposal. On behalf of EUR, Dr. Jacco van Sterkenburg (Media & Communication department - ESHCC) part of the project team.
The Academic year 20/21 is a strange one. Are we going to offer courses online, in a hybrid form, or on campus? A few lecturers and students tell us how they have experienced this first month.
This summer, Martine van Selm was appointed dean of ESHCC. We’ve asked Martine van Selm a few questions about her background and her plans for our faculty, in order to get to know her a bit better.