Tilburg School of Humanities
Understanding Communication & Culture
Society 3.0: the computer as an integral part of our homes, deeply affecting our culture and the way we communicate. Research and education at the Tilburg School of Humanities (TSH) is primarily centered on this World 3.0, on the digital junction of culture, philosophy, religion, language and communication, i.e., e-humanities. This is part of why the TSH takes up a unique position in the Netherlands.
TSH also holds a strong position, recognized both nationally and internationally. In national rankings, Bachelor's and Master's programs of the TSH are rated excellent on a regular basis, as was the case recently for the Communication and Information Sciences program and the Culture Studies program in the Keuzegids (impartial national overview ranking the educational programs in Dutch higher education).
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How Trump used social media in his campaign
In the following paper Asya Krusteva and Kiki Bathoorn (students Online Culture: Art, Media and Society) will explain how the political figure Donald Trump uses social media and its format for his benefit. Read more
02 Dec 2016News
Willem Witteveen Memorial Fellowship 2017 awarded to Rakhshan Rizwan
The Willem Witteveen Memorial Fellowship for 2017 has been awarded to Rakhshan Rizwan. Ms. Rizwan holds a BA in Literature and New Media (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany) and an MA in British, American and Postcolonial Studies (University of Münster, Germany). Read more
18 Oct 2016News
Visit prof.dr. James Tang, Singapore Management University
On Monday October 10 October, prof. dr. James Tang, dean and professor of political science at the Singapore Management University visited University College Tilburg to discuss the possibilities of intensifying the already existing relations with the University College Tilburg in terms of staff and student exchange. Read more