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Current research projects

You can now apply for the Research Traineeship programme 2022. You can find more information on how to apply for a project in each of the proposals below.

Students can apply until Monday the 22nd of November 2021. The trainees will be selected after this deadline.

Please note the following:

  • In order to be eligible for the traineeship you have to be a third-year BA or (res)MA student registered with the Faculty of Humanities for the entire period of the traineeship (1 February until the 31 August 2022). This means you cannot graduate early.

  • All students have to be in the Netherlands in order to take part in the traineeship.

  • Students from outside of the EU/EER need a valid Dutch health insurance. Please arrange this yourself before the start of the traineeship. If necessary, the university will also request a work permit.

Project Supervisors

From wonderland to site of contention Ancient: Archives in the archival turn

Dr. Rens Tacoma

 

Prof. dr. Caroline Waerzeggers

Narrative and Fiction in the Politics of Social-Media

Dr. Sara Polak

 

Dr. Frank Chouraqui

Upsetting binaries and hierarchies: queer labor economics

Dr. Eduardo Alves Vieira

 

Dr. María Gabriela Palacio

Arabic-Latin Dialogue at the Origins of Orientalism

Dr. Peter Webb

 

Dr. Christoph Pieper

The role of questions in disinformation

Dr. Matthijs Westera

 

Prof. dr. Jenny Doetjes

Who makes History (Part II): Authority, ownership and remembrance of the past in a multidimensional Leiden neighbourhood, Transvaal 1860-2025

Prof. dr. Ariadne Schmidt

 

Dr. Alicia Schrikker

Mapping the Modernist Novel: The Circulation of Urban Narratives Between German and Italian Literature of the Early 20th Century

Dr. Carmen van den Bergh

 

Dr. Dorine Schellens

Arthurian Revival across the Ages: Practices in Comparative Medievalism

Dr. Daný van Dam

 

Fernanda Korovsky Moura MA

Global Histories of WWII

Dr. Ethan Mark

 

Prof. dr. Ivo Smits

Monitoring discontent. Local unrest and the problem of national security in the Netherlands, 1830-1848.

Dr. Diederik Smit

 

Dr. Maartje Janse

 

Prof. dr. Wim Voermans

Language of the Poor in Late Modern Scotland: From the Archive to the Internet

Dr. Jelena Prokic

 

Dr. Mo Gordon

 

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