Het verhaal van Gelderland (The Story of Gelderland), edited by Dolly Verhoeven, will be published on 10 November. 'Few Gelderlanders feel a real Gelderland identity, even though there is plenty that connects us '
Is our multicultural society ready for a definitive separation of church and state? Young Christians, Muslims, and Humanists think not. This is the conclusion of religious studies expert Jeroen Jans, who will defend his PhD thesis on 12 September.
A broad research consortium led by Erwin van der Krabben of Radboud University is to receive some €2 million for sustainability research. The BENIGN consortium will investigate ways to modify the urban infrastructure to reduce heat stress.
Migrants with a higher socio-economic position feel less connected with the Netherlands than migrants with a lower socio-economic position. Nella Geurts illustrates in her dissertation why this is not as paradoxical as it seems.
Radboud University's Global Data Lab is involved in the development of a Climate Vulnerability Monitor. This monitor will identify how vulnerable developing countries are to climate change, and which social factors may play a role in this.