Het gevaar van angst. Hypochonderen in Fukushima (Tinkebell)

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Inge van de Ven
11/12/2018
8 minutes to read

In 'Het gevaar van Angst. Hypochonderen' in Fukushima gebruikt kunstenares Tinkebell het in 2011 door de kernramp  getroffen Japanse gebied als haar persoonlijke speeltuin

In 'Het gevaar van Angst. Hypochonderen' in Fukushima gebruikt kunstenares Tinkebell het in 2011 door de kernramp  getroffen Japanse gebied als haar persoonlijke speeltuin

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Straatpolitiek (Femke Kaulingfreks)

Review
Jan Blommaert
08/11/2018
12 minutes to read

Femke Kaulingfreks legt in Straatpolitiek een hele wereld bloot waarin aan politiek wordt gedaan buiten de formele instellingen om. ze roept op om die vormen van informele politiek ernstig te nemen als onderdeel van een verbeterde democratie.

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The Help (Movie director: Tate Taylor. Book author: Kathryn Stockett)

Review
Julia van der Staak
23/05/2018
7 minutes to read

The movie 'The Help', first released in 2011, is based on the well known and like-named novel, by Kathryn Stockett. The story is a good portrayal of multiculturalism and inequality within the American society of the 1960s. 

Orphan Black

Welcome to the Clone Club of Orphan Black (Graeme Manson and John Fawcett )

Review
Amber van As
22/05/2018
5 minutes to read

The science fiction series Orphan Black is all about human cloning and its consequences, which is still a controversial topic in science. This article provides a review of the impressive and informative series. 

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'Westworld' - The Contemporary Jurassic Park You Cannot Miss Watching (Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy)

Review
Kristiana Naydenova
14/05/2018
5 minutes to read

The new HBO series 'Westworld' is intelligent and full of mysteries for the patient viewer to uncover. Everyone interested in exploring the humand mind and behavior will love it. 

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Why you should read "Darkness at noon" (Arthur Koestler)

Review
Nataliia Vdovychenko
12/02/2018
7 minutes to read

Certain kinds of literature cannot be forgotten. Darkness at noon is a must read for everyone who values high quality novels and wants to learn more about the Soviet Union, revolution and history in general.

Het empathisch teveel van Ignaas Devisch

Over Het Empathisch Teveel (Ignaas Devisch)

Review
Jan Blommaert
05/02/2018
9 minutes to read

Het Empathisch Teveel is een in your face argument tegen zij die denken dat de wereld zal gered worden door warme gevoelens van naastenliefde alleen.

The long season: I am alive because I'm not dead (Leonard Retel Helmrich )

Review
Odile Heynders
15/01/2018
4 minutes to read

The narrative of The Long Season is impressive and affective as a story of poverty, lack of prospect, and irrational hope. The documentary is magnificent in its focus on the details of social life, says Odile Heynders (Tilburg University).

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Dit is Londen (Ben Judah)

Review
Jan Blommaert
13/11/2017
5 minutes to read

In "Dit is London" schetst Ben Judah de Unheimlichkeit van superdiversiteit.

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Catfish: The TV Show (MTV)

Review
Irene de Groot
01/11/2017
3 minutes to read

In Catfish: the TV show hosts Nev and Max help people who are head over heels about someone they met online. A review.

The Machine Stops by E.M. Forster (E.M. Forster)

Review
Vanda Vozarikova
23/10/2017
4 minutes to read

Could a story from over 100 years ago have predicted today's reality? Read this to discover more about the visionary E.M. Forster truly was. A contemporary reading of E.M. Forster's The Machine Stops.

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Nosedive, a vicious take on social media (Joe Wright)

Review
Heleen Dijkhuizen
29/09/2017
3 minutes to read

Black Mirror's Nosedive shows us a vicious take on social media.

Vrede kun je leren (David Van Reybrouck, Thomas D'Ansembourg)

Review
Jan Blommaert
12/07/2017
4 minutes to read

"Vrede kun je leren" is niet meteen een denderend boekje, maar is wel nodig.