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"The Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability" by Mark Bovens (Oxford University Press, 2014)
Mark Bovens is Professor of Public Administration at Utrecht University and was the Van Doorn Fellow 2011/12. He describes his time at NIAS as a very 'bookish' stay. More...
"Juliana and Bernard - Portrait of a Royal Marriage" by Cees Fasseur (Balans, 2008)
"The Naked Blogger of Cairo: Creative Insurgency in the Arab World" by Marwan M. Kraidy (Harvard University Press, 2016)
Marwan Kraidy, Professor of Media Studies More..., published his tenth book, The Naked Blogger of Cairo (in May 2016. The book was crafted during his NIAS fellowship in 2014/15.
"Roaring Nineties Or How Philosophy Changed My Life" by Jannah Loontjens (Ambo|Anthos, 2016)
Dutch Philosopher and writer Jannah Loontjens (2014/15) came to NIAS to focus on a book of essays. "First I was working on a book on Heidegger, but while writing it I realised that it should become something totally different. Now the book is on the zeitgeist and dominant philosophical theories in the eighties and nineties of the twentieth century." More...
"History of the World: Empires and Encounters: 1350–1750" by Wolfgang Reinhard (Harvard University Press, 2015)
As Guest of the Rector in 2004, historian Wolfgang Reinhard (2004/05) wrote his account on global connectedness between 1350 and 1750. In 2014, Reinhard's volume of the acclaimed More...series was published by Beck and Harvard University Press.
"Congo - A History" by David van Reybrouck (Harper Collins Publishers, 2014)
David van Reybrouck, the writer-in-residence in 2008, traversed the “intergalactic mental distance between Wassenaar and the Democratic Republic of Congo” while writing parts of his highly acclaimed literary non-fiction book “Congo, a History”. More...
"Practicing Utopia: An Intellectual History of the New Town Movement" by Rosemary Wakeman (The University of Chicago Press, 2016)
Rosemary Wakeman wrote Practicing Utopia, her account of the new town movement, while at NIAS as a EURIAS Fellow in 2012/13. Rosemary Wakeman is Professor of History at Fordham University, New York. More...
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