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Conferences and seminars
International one-week interuniversity course on infectious diseases
The pre-industrial transformation of child labour
From learning through apprenticeships to being employed as an unskilled, cheap workforce? (1550 – 1800). Lunch Seminar by the Centre for Urban History.
Level repulsion and band sorting in phononic crystals
Condensed Matter Theory seminar presented by Dr Pablo Scuracchio
The 16th edition of the BElgian-NEtherlands software eVOLution symposium (BENEVOL 2017) will take place at the University of Antwerp.
The Puzzle of Latin American Inequality: a political economy approach
Guest seminar by Javier Rodriguez Weber
Authentic voices: the artistic and ethical consequences of using documentary in multimedia performance
Is trueness influenced or compromised when used in documentary art forms, manipulated by the medium in which the stories are presented?
Exploring the connections between transnational migration and religious education: How do Qur'anic school graduates in Europe shape decision-making back home in Senegal?
Seminar by Dr Anneke Newman
Let's Talk about Services 2017
Workshop LTAS 2017 - 6th edition
Let's Talk About Services 2017
Workshop on Young service researchers got talent: bridging academia and business
International Financial Regulatory Standards and Human Rights: Connecting the Dots
Lunch seminar by Prof Danny Bradlow
Mind over money: the behavorial evolution in finance
Seminar by Professor Werner De Bondt, DePaul University Chicago
New Inclusivity: a search for diversity in contemporary music
In this seminar, the focus lies on the creative process within different artistic and performative disciplines with a specific emphasis on diversity and diversification
Art in revolution - The challenges of art in situations of political repression - ARIA Research Seminar
In times of war and repression, artists and intellectuals often become the first victims of political measures
Reducing Early School Leaving in the EU: A Comparative Qualitative and Quantitative Research
RESL.eu: closing conference
Gypsies in Contemporary Egypt: on the Periphery of Society
A presentation by Alexandra Parrs, research associate, CeMIS, University of Antwerp and lecturer at the American University in Brussels.
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