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The Great War: Why
The Great War: Why "Little Belgium" Matters - Lecture

Monday 06 October, 20h00 Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6 Prof. Sophie De Schaepdrijver, Associate Professor of History, Pennsylvania State University

In the global conflict that was the First World War, Belgium played a role that was both marginal and central. Its ...

What is BioDesign? - Lecture flyer
What is BioDesign? - Lecture

Wednesday 22 October, 20h00 Lecture Hall, Tongersestraat 53 William Myers, writer, teacher and curator

This presentation highlights newly developed materials and applications that utilise biology for design, art and ar...

Why the World does not Exist - Lecture flyer
Why the World does not Exist - Lecture

Tuesday 28 October, 20h00 Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6 Prof. Markus Gabriel, Professor in Epistemology, Modern, and Contemporary Philosophy, University of Bonn

Hardly any assumption looks more natural and obvious than the idea that there is an all-encompassing entity or doma...

25 Years After the Fall of the Wall: Is Europe's Past its Future? - Lecture flyer
25 Years After the Fall of the Wall: Is Europe's Past its Future? - Lecture

Monday 10 November, 20h00 Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6 Prof. A. Gerrits, Professor of Russian History and Politics, Leiden University

1989 was an annus mirabilis. Within the span of less than a year, all the Communist regimes in Europe fell. Only th...