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.
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.
09 May 2016NewsERASMUS+ 2014-2016 Learning Outcomes
The first Erasmus+ project 2014-2016 (Mobility within Europe) has ended. All incoming and outgoing students and staff participating in Erasmus mobility have completed an online report regarding their level of satisfaction with many aspects of their exchange.
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.
Lubinga, E., Maes, Alfons, & Jansen, Carel J.M. (2016). How peer conversations about HIV/AIDS media messages affect comprehension and beliefs of young South African women. SAHARA-J: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS: An Open Access Journal, 13(1), 68-80.