Politics is ultimately the work of human beings. If we want to understand politics better, we need to include psychological concepts and approaches in our analysis. What is the political mind of human beings and what are the most important ingredients? Crucial is the attitude towards one’s own country and people; patriotism or nationalism. This is also true in a globalising environment. Prof. em. Dekker will discuss with us his research on these matters.
prof. em. Dekker is a professor in political socialisation and integration and name-giver to the inter-university Henk Dekker award for Educational Innovation. His research includes nationalism, political cynicism, and political socialisation.
Join us for this event in the Faculty Club’s canal side room. A selection of non-alcoholic beverages and and a platter of finger food are included in the price.
The event will be limited to 12 participants.
Place: Faculty Club, Rapenburg 73, 2311SL, Leiden
When: Tuesday, October 8th, 2019; starting at 7.00 pm
Price: €15 for drinks and nibbles to be paid via Eventbrite
For registration please use the link to Eventbrite can be found [here].
You are warmly invited to our British High Team, at Scallywags on September 1 in The Hague, where we will enjoy an afternoon filled with assorted or home-made sandwiches, cakes, scones and unlimited tea.
Scallywags is a beautiful tea room in the center of the Hague, run lovingly by a caring team headed by a British man. Don’t believe us? Check out their 9.7 rating on The Fork. For special dietary requirements, please contact email@example.com.
Date: Sunday, Sept. 1st, 16:00 to 19:00
Place: Haagsche Bluf 16, 2511 CN Den Haag
Registration via Eventbrite [link].
From Olivia Dodd, Richard Moulange and Robin Otter, Cambridge University Wind Orchestra Tour 2019 Managers: “CUWO was founded in 1987, under the guidance of Tim Reynish. Renowned for its high standard of music and friendly atmosphere, CUWO attracts [many of] the top wind players from across Cambridge University. Last year, we celebrated our 30th anniversary and undertook our most ambitious tour to date, to New York and Canada – this was a great success. We are delighted to be playing in the Netherlands this year, with three concerts across the country in Amsterdam, Haarlem and Delft, especially given the tradition of Harmonie Orchestras. We would be delighted to have some Oxbridge Alumni in attendance at our concerts. We will be playing at:
3rd July, 19.30 – Joint concert with Harmoniekapel Delft in the Beestenmarkt, Delft
4th July, 20.00 – Our flagship concert at the Oosterkerk, Amsterdam
5th July (time and location tbc) – playing in Haarlem
If you have any questions or queries , please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see some of you there!”