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Marcel Broersma Interim Director of ICOG
Posted on:09 October 2019

From 1 October 2019 to 1 March 2020, Prof. Dr. Marcel Broersma will be interim director of ICOG. He is taking over from Prof. Dr. Raingard Esser, who took up the post of GSH director in July of this year. Broersma will also remain director of the Centre for Media and Journalism Studies.

NWO awards Smart Culture grants to Ann-Sophie Lehmann and Tamara Witschge
Posted on:18 September 2019

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded Smart Culture grants to Ann-Sophie Lehmann's project Curious Hands, and Tamara Witschge's Another thing you can do with documentaries.

New ICOG carbon saving policy
Posted on:18 September 2019

ICOG wants to contribute to the climate goals of the university by reducing travel for conferences and seminars. To incentivize the use of video-conferencing technologies for these events, ICOG therefore will offer a small honorary fee to guest-speakers who conduct their lectures via video connection.

ICOG welcomes four new PhD candidates
Posted on:04 September 2019

ICOG welcomes four new employee-PhD candidates in September 2019. They are Anna de Bruyn, Anna-Rosja Haveman, Magdalena König, and Kim Smeenk.

Spanish Ministry of Science awards research grant to Pablo Valdivia Martin and Alberto Godioli
Posted on:04 September 2019

The Spanish Ministry of Science has awarded EUR 45.980, as well as a fully funded double PhD position to the project "Analogy, Equivalence, Polivalence and Transferability as Rhetoric-Cultural and Interdiscursive Principles in Language Arts: Literature, Rhetoric, Discourse".

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