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.
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.
21 Mar 2016NewsValorization Board sets to work
Since the end of 2015, the Valorization Board has been in place at Tilburg University. The Valorization Board is responsible for the valorization strategy and the execution of the valorization agenda.
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.
Ruiter, Jan Jaap de (2016, May 25). Racialiseringstheorie veel te beperkt om naar samenleving en islamdebat te kijken: Verantwoordelijkheid van opinion leaders: een exclusieve of inclusieve benadering?. ThePostOnline.
Post, Paul (2016). Current Post-Disaster Ritual: An exploration of established, absent, and emerging repertoires. National and international perspectives. In Benedikt Kranemann & Brigitte Benz (Eds.), Trauerfeiern nach Grosskatastrophen: Theologische und sozialwissenschaftliche Zugaenge (pp. 51-75). Wuerzburg: Echter Verlag.
Mawere, Munyaradzi, Mubaya, Tapuwa R., Reisen, Mirjam van, & Stam, van, Gertjan (2016). Maslow's Theory of Human Motivation and its Deep Roots in Individualism: Interrogating Maslow's Applicability in Africa. In Munyaradzi Mawere & Artwell Nhemachena (Eds.), Theory, Knowledge, Development and Politics: What Role for the Academy in the Sustainability of Africa?. Bamenda: Langaa RPCIG.