Research at the Tilburg School of Humanities focuses on transformation processes taking place in contemporary society, related to communication and culture, and analyses the underlying moral and ethical questions.
08 Mar 2017NewsPlayboy's Postfeminism Problem
Hugh Hefner has passed Playboy's reigns to his son, 25-year old Cooper Hefner, but a fresh set of eyes in the creative lead at Playboy does not, unfortunately, mean any sort of victory for women.
23 Aug 2016NewsRector Emile Aarts opens UCTilburg Conference on US Elections
On Monday August 22nd our rector Emile Arts opened the UCTilburg Conference with an enthusiastic welcome to the freshmen of the Liberal Arts and Sciences program. The conference about the upcoming US Elections titled 'The American Presidential Elections: A Peculiar Case of an Elephant and a Donkey' included inspiring speeches, a lively panel debate and was a success.
15 Jul 2016NewsVeni awards NWO for three promising researchers
Three promising young reseachers of Tilburg University have been awarded a Veni grant by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). The grant consists of a maximum of 250,000 euro and will enable them to conduct innovative research for three years.
01 Jun 2016NewsPredicting geographical locations analyzing co-occurrences in text
Can we predict the geographical location of a city only using the way they happen to be mentioned in language? Based on the simple principle that places that are located together are mentioned together, data scientist Max Louwerse of the Tilburg School of Humanities and colleagues have demonstrated that you can.
02 Mar 2016Press releaseWitteveen Memorial Fellowship 2016 awarded to Nayeli Urquiza
The second Witteveen Memorial Fellowship on Law and Humanities has been awarded to Nayeli Urquiza. Urquiza holds a Master in International Relations from Webster University (Austria) and recently defended her PhD thesis on female drug mules and their experiences in the UK justice system at Kent Law School.
Rijken, Hanna, Hoondert, M.J.M., & Barnard, Marcel (2016). Turning East. Turning Exit? Turning to the Music!: Spatial Practice in Choral Evensongs in the Netherlands. Studia Liturgica, 46(1-2), 222-242.
Bosman, F.G. (2017). Deze grond is heilig: Cultuurtheologische overwegingen bij de herbestemming van kerkgebouwen. In Petra Stassen (Ed.), Levende stenen: Een theologie van kerkelijk vastgoed (pp. 100-140). Heeswijk: Berne Media / Uitgeverij Abdij van Berne.