The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences is committed to promoting interdisciplinary and curiosity-driven research for established and early career scholars, artists, writers and journalists. During the NIAS Talks, fellows or alumni of the Institute engage with journalists, scholars or cultural practitioners to offer new or interdisciplinary perspectives to the current state of affairs. These talks are specially designed for a non-specialist audience and we very much welcome a dialogue.
Because of current restrictions around Covid-19, all NIAS talks are also streamed online. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have an idea or would like to host a NIAS Talk.
Nieuwe smaken van het nationaal populisme with NIAS fellows Matthijs Lok and Marijn Kruk, Mark Lievisse Adriaanse (NRC Handelsblad) and professor Sarah de Lange (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
Why do we need slow science? with Jan Willem Duyvendak (NIAS), Dick Pels, Noortje Jacobs (Maastricht University) and Inez van der Scheer (PhD, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis)
NIAS was founded in 1971 and is one of the institutes of The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).