In the vaults of the University Library of the University of Groningen are thousands of manuscripts, atlases, letters, maps and other valuable historical material. These are all exceptional, old pieces which everyday visitors never see and that only leave the vault from time to time for research purposes. One of the exceptional pieces is the oldest map ever printed in the Netherlands, dating from 1514.
The weekly online video magazine Unifocus highlights topics related to the University of Groningen in the fields of research and society, student life, teaching, policy and internationalization.
Recently, two scientific publications have been released, both providing further insight into the rich eco-cultural history of the fallow deer, the protagonist of the recent debate on deer parks in the Netherlands. Archaeologist Dr. Canan Çakırlar...
In The Trump Carnival, which will be officially presented at the University of Groningen's Academy Building on 29 February, researchers Lisa Gaufman and Bharath Ganesh draw a comparison between Trump and the medieval carnival. During carnival,...
PhD candidates Raoul Buurke, Hedwig Sekeres, and Lourens Visser from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Groningen have developed a board game: Streektaalstrijd.
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