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NIAS is pleased to announce the seminar programme for the second semester 2017, with seminars on Medieval Europe, privacy, mental health interventions, eavesdropping and more.
NIAS Seminars are aimed to stimulate scientific cross-pollination within the NIAS academic community, but seminars are open to others who are interested. Please let us know if you wish to attend.
They take place in the Conference Room (third floor), Korte Spinhuissteeg 3 and start at 11.30, unless stated otherwise.
Maartje Janse | “Organizing the masses, 19th c: work in progress”
March 16 | 11:20 (!) - 12:30
Serena Ferente | “Europe in the 15th c.: work in progress” | Preceded by 5-minute Talk by Sarah Durston
March 30 | 15:30-16:30
Lex Heerma van Voss "Love and Friendship between 1650 - 1800", Afternoon lecture, followed by drinks
Nadia Latif | "Nation-States, Citizenship, and Human Rights"
Bert-Jaap Koops | “Privacy Spaces: where can you be yourself?”
Theme Group Comparative Biology of Language Learning | "Towards the next level: the comparative biology of language learning"
Greg Siegle and theme group | "Emotion Prosthetics: Mental Health, Technology, and Ethics"
Urok Shirhan | “Xenophones”
May 18 | 15:30-16:30
Erik and Ronald Rietveld “Complementarity of Art & Science” Afternoon lecture by Guest Speakers, followed by drinks
Karin Bijsterveld | “Slicing Sound: Sonic Skills and Speaker Identification at the Stasi”
Bart Eeckhout | “Wallace Stevens' planet: work in progress”
Theme Group Seminar by Hans Ormel and others | "Is Depression an Evolved Adaptation?”
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