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Jan Rosseel selected as artist-in-residence
The Flemish photographer Jan Rosseel is selected as the first artist-in-residence, a fellowship set up by NIAS and the KNAW's Society of Arts. Rosseel will explore the relationships between historical events, memory and photography.
Programme NIAS Seminars
NIAS is pleased to announce the programme for the second-semester seminars.See more
Patricia Osseweijer receives Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship
Patricia Osseweijer, Professor of Science Communication from Delft University of Technology, wins the Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship 2015/16 for her research on the transition from a fossil to a bio-based economy.See more
The Politics of Seeing
The World Press Photo of the Year 2014 has been announced. Two of our current Fellows, photography studies scholar Marta Zarzycka and media studies scholar Stephen Amico, share their thoughts on the winning picture.
"The Fellowship proved to be an extraordinary springboard for what I have done since"
Mr. Jonathan Ross, Fellow 2011/12.
NIAS-L'Oréal-UNESCO Fellowship 2016/17
10 May 2015
5 June 2015
NIAS Fellowships for Dutch scholars 2016/17
15 August 2015
NIAS Research Theme Groups 2016/17
15 April 2015 - closed
Please note: NIAS is expected to move from Wassenaar to the centre of Amsterdam, in the summer of 2016.
NIAS offers residential fellowships of three, five or ten months to individuals and groups of researchers. It provides a place to think, study and write, and the opportunity to interact with colleagues from around the world.
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