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  • German - University of Amsterdam
    institutes Research centres Research schools Dutch institutes abroad News Events News UvA News Professorial appointments UvA in the spotlight Events Events calendar Information days Inaugural lectures PhD defence ceremonies Lectures debates valedictory lectures Conferences and symposia Workshops Press Office Contact Press Office Press releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Disciplines German German Home Research Education Staff Contact Language literature and culture German at the UvA focuses on exploring German language literature and culture in interrelation to one another throughout all periods On the one hand it focuses on the contemporary aspects of German culture such as cultural debates or social issues whilst on the other also examining the long term historical developments from the Middle Ages to contemporary artistic expressions literature to film and theatre to comics News Dr N Colin 23 10 2012 News Faculty of Humanities Events Agenda Faculty of Humanities Share this Share via email Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share

    Original URL path: http://www.werkenbijdeuva.nl/en/disciplines/german (2015-06-23)
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  • Hebrew - University of Amsterdam
    defence ceremonies Lectures debates valedictory lectures Conferences and symposia Workshops Press Office Contact Press Office Press releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Disciplines Hebrew Hebrew Home Research Education Staff Contact Exploring Jewish cultural history Hebrew at the UvA equates to the study of European Jewish cultural history since the Middle Ages to the present Important aspects that are examined include the history of the Jewish book philosophy and science Research is primarily based on Hebrew and related heritage such as Jiddish heritage in Amsterdam Local institutes and collections provide the research impetus and researchers actively participate in international networks Menasseh ben Israel Institute The Menasseh ben Israel Institute is an academic collaboration between the Jewish Historical Museum and the University of Amsterdam MBII News UvA brings together expertise on the Middle East 04 11 2013 Emile Schrijver professor by special appointment of Jewish Book History 15 07 2013 Tikvah Centre for Law and Jewish Civilization

    Original URL path: http://www.werkenbijdeuva.nl/en/disciplines/hebrew (2015-06-23)
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  • History - University of Amsterdam
    Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Disciplines History History Home Research Education Specialisations Staff Lectures Contact A rich history Historians at the UvA explore history in all its breadth and complexity The discipline consists of a rich pallet of specialisations focused on a time period theme or region from Classical Antiquity to the Golden Age to yesterday Political social cultural and military history From the Netherlands and Germany to the United States of America VIDI grant for Golden Age researcher dr Michiel van Groesen see ACSGA site News Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe ERNiE now publicly online 12 06 2015 Nanci Adler Professor of Memory History and Transitional Justice 11 06 2015 Remco Raben professor by special appointment of Colonial and Postcolonial Literature and Cultural History 18 05 2015 News Faculty of Humanities Events Cultural reorientation after the First World War PhD defence ceremony 25 06 15 Agenda Faculty of Humanities Links Amsterdam Centre for Ancient Studies and Archaeology ACASA Amsterdam Centre for Cultural Heritage and Identity

    Original URL path: http://www.werkenbijdeuva.nl/en/disciplines/history (2015-06-23)
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  • Human Geography, Planning and International Development - University of Amsterdam
    Events calendar Information days Inaugural lectures PhD defence ceremonies Lectures debates valedictory lectures Conferences and symposia Workshops Press Office Contact Press Office Press releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Disciplines Human Geography Planning and International Development Human Geography Planning and International Development Home News Agenda Education Research Organisation Contact About Human Geography Planning and International Development are three interrelated disciplines dealing with international social planning issues from angles Profile Summer programme on Governance and Inclusive Development 14 26 June 2015 Apply now News Who Makes the City New online platform for young urban talent 16 06 2015 Master Studio Magazine on Urban Metabolism 10 06 2015 More news Agenda The offshore service sector in the Phillipines PhD defence ceremony 23 06 15 Education under fire in Palestine Lecture 25 06 15 More events Alumni Dutch LinkedIn group for alumni of Human Geography Planning and International Development LinkedIn group for Alumni HGPID UvA 13 worldwide Source

    Original URL path: http://www.werkenbijdeuva.nl/en/disciplines/human-geography-planning-and-international-development (2015-06-23)
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  • Italian - University of Amsterdam
    Research organisation Research institutes Research centres Research schools Dutch institutes abroad News Events News UvA News Professorial appointments UvA in the spotlight Events Events calendar Information days Inaugural lectures PhD defence ceremonies Lectures debates valedictory lectures Conferences and symposia Workshops Press Office Contact Press Office Press releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Disciplines Italian Italian Home Research Education Staff Contact Italy in all its richness Italian at the UvA focuses on Italy its language and culture from medieval classics to contemporary film from historical language development to intertexuality and from national identity to dialects The blossoming Italian language and culture are explored in their entirety and in relation to one another The study programme gives insight into Italian cultural identity from the court of the Medici to contemporary design News News Faculty of Humanities Events Agenda Faculty of Humanities Share this Share via email Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Print Print

    Original URL path: http://www.werkenbijdeuva.nl/en/disciplines/italian (2015-06-23)
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  • Law - University of Amsterdam
    releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Disciplines Law Law Home News Events Education Research Contact us A global and European focus The study of law at the University of Amsterdam favours an interdisciplinary approach and a strong international orientation carrying both a global and a European focus A collection covering all subjects of Dutch national law international and European law comparative law foreign law and legal theory and more Law Library To the Law Library News Martijn Han honored as best Junior Author by the Industrial Organization Society 17 06 2015 Aart Loubert s article runner up for College of Europe Arenberg Prize 2015 16 06 2015 Giuseppe Dari Mattiacci has been awarded the Best Paper Prize 2014 by the American Law Economics Association 03 06 2015 More news Agenda LLRN Labour Law Conference in Amsterdam Conference 25 06 15 IACL conference Virtues and consumer law Conference 29 06 15 Conflict between employment law and

    Original URL path: http://www.werkenbijdeuva.nl/en/disciplines/law (2015-06-23)
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  • Linguistics - University of Amsterdam
    releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Disciplines Linguistics Linguistics Home Research Education Staff Contact Without equal Linguists with diverse theoretical orientations collaborate with one another at the UvA in research and teaching This collaboration is based on the belief that a fundamental insight into linguistic phenomena can only be realised when these are approached from various angles such as language acquisition language variation language modeling and language typology all of which are applied to regular spoken languages Creole languages and sign languages Linguistics is thus researched and explored in the broadest possible sense Linguistics is ranked 25th in the QS World University Rankings by Subject which makes it the highest ranked in continental Europe Language as key to unlocking the human mind An interview with Enoch O Aboh Read more News Renowned sceptic changes mind after encounter with UvA scholar 21 05 2015 Signers and non signers universally able to distinguish verb categories in sign

    Original URL path: http://www.werkenbijdeuva.nl/en/disciplines/linguistics (2015-06-23)
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  • Literary Studies - University of Amsterdam
    lectures Conferences and symposia Workshops Press Office Contact Press Office Press releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Disciplines Literary Studies Literary Studies Home Research Education Staff Contact The many forms of literature Literary Studies explores the many forms of literature canonical and popular historical and contemporary Western and non Western Various cultural philosophical and political questions relating to such themes as globalisation and migration media and technology arts politics and commerce are dealt with Also important is the interaction between literature and other art forms such as film television and theatre Recent international developments in the field of literary studies are followed closely News Renowned sceptic changes mind after encounter with UvA scholar 21 05 2015 Remco Raben professor by special appointment of Colonial and Postcolonial Literature and Cultural History 18 05 2015 UvA programmes rise in latest QS World University Rankings 29 04 2015 Carrol Clarkson professor of Modern Literature 11 02 2015 UvA

    Original URL path: http://www.werkenbijdeuva.nl/en/disciplines/literary-studies (2015-06-23)
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