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ICOG welcomes four new PhD candidates
Wanneer:04 september 2019

ICOG welcomes four new employee-PhD candidates per September 2019.

Spanish Ministry of Science awards research grant to Pablo Valdivia Martin and Alberto Godioli
Wanneer: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".

Bio-cultural Diversity & Hegemonic Power: The Role of the Humanities in Navigating Knowledge - A day of encounters co-organised with Counterpoint: Navigating Knowledge
Wanneer:18 juni 2019

On 4 June 2019, the Groningen Research Institute for the Study of Culture and Counterpoint: Navigating Knowledge co-organised a forum in which artists, scholars, and activists discussed and exchanged new ideas and understandings of bio-cultural diversity.

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