This project envisions to enrich the study of classical archaeology and ancient history, and more widely, the field of cultural heritage studies by offering new insights into the Acropolis as an important symbol of cultural heritage.
The project investigates why it is so difficult to correct errors in the scientific literature. Scientists who identify errors often face a lot of resistance. NanoBubbles researches how to facilitate scientific correction.
This project is a collaboration with the Anton de Kom University of Suriname (AdK). Its goal is to promote a research agenda to a new generation of historians that have enrolled in the BA History and the 3-year MA History programme at the AdK.
As transnational tourism continues to grow, craft cultures tend to provide a deep-rooted sense of place. This project brings together multiple stakeholders to form a holistic enquiry intersecting creative tourism practices with craft cultures.
The city dialect of Nijmegen, known as Nimwèègs in the local vernacular, is a dialect spoken in the city of Nijmegen. This project aims at understanding the communicative place of Nimwèègs in the linguistic ecology of Nijmegen.
The focus of SPRINT is intonation, the modulation of voice pitch. Intonation is essential for communication, as it conveys information that helps listeners make inferences about the intent of the speaker.