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  • Mutations in the mind

    Prior to the corona crisis, philosopher Jos de Mul travelled to Bali, Hong Kong and Sydney. He discovered: the worst viruses are in our heads.
  • Paradise lost

    Shirley Nieuwland doesn’t just want people to travel sustainably (by avoiding climate-polluting air travel, for instance), but also to support local populations,...
  • "It shouldn’t be a case of ‘ROBOT SAYS NO’"

    Three scientists share their vision and explain why we’re ready for change and shouldn’t be fearful.
  • Listening to Music in Black and White

    To what extent and how are ethnoracial divisions constructed and dismantled in music reception? This is what Julian Schaap researches in his dissertation, which…
  • What’s the role of philosophy in today’s society?

    We asked two thinkers to weigh in: Nizar El Manouzi, a double-degree student of medicine and philosophy, and prof. dr. Marli Huijer, former Philosopher Laureate…
  • Payal Arora and Filip Vermeylen guests at Studio Erasmus

    Dr. Payal Arora and prof. dr. Filip Vermeylen were guests at Studio Erasmus, IFFR edition 2019. They discussed the impact of algorithms on popular culture.
  • Dr. Berghman en Dr. Berkers receive Creatieve Industrie – KIEM grant project

    Recently, Michaël Berghman and Pauwke Berkers received a grant for their project:Inclusiviteit in kunst en cultuur: impliciete associaties als expliciete…
  • Art buyers discount female artists

    A study of more than a million art auction sales across 40 years has revealed that works by women artists attract prices that are nearly 50% lower than those…
  • Mind, Body - and machine

    Receiving neurological implants or computers can change how patient's experience their body. Doctors should take note, says recently graduated philosopher Sadaf…
  • Jos de Mul: 'Our world has become so complex that we need to collaborate'

    'The interesting and innovative part in particular is, to my mind, the collaboration between these faculties. Our world has become so complex that we need to…