Research in AMC focuses on three themes: • Gender & diversity • Media & aesthetics • Cultural memory & cultural heritage Research focusing on gender & diversity analyses the ways in which the crucial social differences of age, religion, sexuality, disability, ethnicity, language and nationality continually redefine each other.
We study art forms from high culture and popular culture (i.e.
In many parts of The Netherlands the air is more unhealthy than you think.
Each year, over 5,000 Dutch people die as a direct result of this pollution.
In 1300 the Muider Castle was demolished and then rebuilt in the years 1370-1386, strictly according to the original plans.
In the first half of the 17 century, at the Dutch Golden Age, Muider Castle became a place of artistic meeting by poets, playwrights and musicians, who formed so called Circle Muider (Muiderkring).
Its members were: the sheriff and bailiff of this district Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft (playwright), Constantijn Huygens (poet and composer, the father of the scientist Christiaan), Dirck Sweelinck (composer), Joost van den Vondel (playwright), Gerbrand Adriaenszoon Bredero (poet and playwright) and sisters and poets Anna Visscher and Maria Tesselschade Visscher.
The programme is interdisciplinary not only in the sense that we represent and combine various disciplines from within the field of the humanities, but also because we explore possible methodological crossovers with the social sciences.It is a big problem but because air pollution is mostly invisible, people are not really aware of the danger.That is why Havas Lemz came up with an easy way to make the invisible visible: an air quality check on your mobile phone.Sonja said that much of the confidence and comfort seen in Dutch women comes from the nature of the culture itself."Dutch stay in their comfort zone, like to be normal with less fantasy and are happy with what they have.""There is no bullshit with Dutch women," and that they are "not carried away by the superficial." Conversations among Dutch models, Sonja said, "are not usually about material things, but life and relationships." Sonja’s demeanor supported what I had been hearing as she seemed very much at ease and humorous, maintained piercing eye contact and became passionate on some topics during the interview in a café in Bergen, North Holland.So, we created a campaign where you can try the city for free.You don’t see it, but the air you breathe every day is unclean.This city by the sea is actively looking for young professionals to come and settle.It’s a place full of selfmade people with a refreshing attitude: easy-going and ambitious. The only way to really appreciate the unique vibe is to come and see for yourself.The worldwide decline of HIV infections is stalling. But most people think medical advances and prevention programs are working to end HIV. The Netherlands is unconsciously addicted to sugar, creating a tsunami of new type 2 diabetes cases: 1100 new patients per week (NL).Unfortunately, inequality, poverty and politics are the real threats and they are helping the virus spread. To stop this growing public health crisis, Havas Lemz and the Dutch Diabetes Foundation created the world’s first Sugar Rehab Clinic.is a renowned Dutch fashion and lingerie photographer who has worked with women from around the world - and the musician Usher - but enjoys working with Dutch women because she says they are "easy going and confident," and that this sets them apart from others."Dutch girls are open to anything because they have seen more and are honest," she said by telephone.I could just do a photo essay, but what are these beautiful creatures really like?