Winner Teaching innovation Award 2017

Online writing and publishing

More information on this course, the track and the lecturer(s) can be found here

Momo

How Momo shows us that anyone can dig in our data

Article
Nataliia Vdovychenko
11/09/2018
4 minutes to read

Momo has been said to be a curse, a hacker and even a maniac. What is it and how does it know everything about us? What should we do if it appears in our WhatsApp?

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The Frida Kahlo Barbie, desperately seeking authenticity

Column
Anne-Marie Sweep
29/05/2018
5 minutes to read

The Frida Kahlo Barbie shows us how brands can fail miserably in their search for authenticity. This article dives into the Frida Kahlo Barbie case. What caused the controversy? And what defines a real, thought leading brand to us?

April Fools

The key to a successful April Fools' joke

Column
Dianne Parlevliet
06/04/2018
4 minutes to read

With some examples from April Fools' 2018, this column examines what made people get tricked. Regardless of whether your goal is to trick people, believable and controversial jokes will grab the audience's attention. 

Google and Big Data: Are we heading towards a dystopian reality?

Article
Lennart Driessen
16/04/2018
2 minutes to read

The services that are provided by data-giant Google are becoming more and more a normal part of daily life. But are we truly aware of the implications this has on our privacy? How much information does Google actually have on you? 

Mukbang: A ludic way to have a meal

Column
Natalia Wijayanti
05/06/2018
5 minutes to read

Mukbang culture introduces a ludic way to enjoy food. In what way does this new approach to food challenge existing ideas on healthy living?

How vaginal trends discipline the body

Column
Gabriela de la Vega
26/03/2018
4 minutes to read

'Vajacials', wasp nests, and glitter are only some of the numerous vaginal trends out there. It seems like there is a never-ending need to change and enhance the female body and what does that say about the way in which women are perceived?