Abraham Kuyper Center for Science and Religion
The Abraham Kuyper Center for Science and Religion (AKCSR) places itself at the forefront of inquiry into science and religion. Through interdisciplinary research, it aims to facilitate and stimulate reflection on the big questions raised by the scientific community. The AKCSR forms an integral part of the CLUE+ Knowledge Formation and its History research programme.
For more information, please visit: https://vu.nl/en/about-vu/research-institutes/abraham-kuyper-center-akc
Amsterdam Centre for Ancient Studies and Archaeology
Amsterdam Centre for Ancient Studies and Archaeology (ACASA) is a joint VU/UVA academic venture and part of the Amsterdam Academic Alliance. It is a collaborative knowledge centre in the fields of ancient studies, classical languages and archaeology. CLUE+ directly assists with the cooperation between the organisations. Several CLUE+ researchers are connected to ACASA, offering expertise and leading diverse, essential research projects.
For more information, please visit www.acasa.uva.nl
Amsterdam Centre for Cross-Disciplinary Emotion and Sensory Studies
Amsterdam Centre for Cross-Disciplinary Emotion and Sensory Studies (ACCESS) is an interdisciplinary platform connecting researchers — historians, cultural anthropologists, psychologists, neuroscientists, philosophers and other scholars — interested in the cultural production and expression of emotions and operations of the senses. CLUE+ and ACCESS work together to facilitate an inclusive, effective culture of inter-faculty collaboration within the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
For more information, please visit: www.emotionsandsenses.wordpress.com
Amsterdam Museum offers essential, interactive and distinctive insight into the machinations and history of the city of Amsterdam. As a CLUE+ research partner, Amsterdam Museum is a valuable asset for expertise and external communication. The museum is currently involved in the ‘Coping with drought’ project.
For more information, please visit: www.amsterdammuseum.nl
Research school of archaeology
ARCHON is a Dutch interorganisational research and graduate school for archaeology based at the Faculty of Humanities at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The school unites staff members, PhD students and master’s research students from its participating institutions. As a research partner of CLUE+, ARCHON was involved in ‘Finding the Limits of the Limes’, the NWO Talent Programme Vidi award winning research project.
For more information, please visit: www.archonline.nl
The Amsterdam Centre for Contextual Biblical Interpretation
The Amsterdam Centre for Contextual Biblical Interpretation (CCBI) supports and develops academic research into questions of scriptural interpretation from a modern perspective. It does this by analysing socio-economic and socio-cultural factors and traditional interpretations in historical contexts. CLUE+ works with the CCBI in the Text, Culture, Religion and Heritage research programme.
For more information, please visit: www.pthu.nl/ccbi
The Centre for Global Heritage and Development
The Centre for Global Heritage and Development (CGHD) initiates, stimulates and facilitates interdisciplinary, innovative research and education in the field of heritage. As research partners, CLUE+ and the CGHD work together closely to organise the Re-scape Colloquia four times a year, an event connecting researchers and students with inspirational academics and professionals. CLUE+ also works with the CGHD in publishing The Journal of European Landscapes.
For more information, please visit: www.globalheritage.nl
Culture Lab is a private agency based in Brussels and specialises in matching the needs of cultural organisations with the policies and funding programmes of the European Commission. Culture Lab has connected CLUE+ projects with suitable support programmes and provided invaluable expertise on questions of heritage research.
For more information, please visit: www.culturelab.be
The Centre for Public Archaeology and Heritage Presentation
Ename is an international centre of knowledge and expertise that focuses on the interpretation of heritage, specifically involving sites and monuments as an advisory body of UNESCO. Its projects in Flanders, Europe and the rest of the world are characterised by a multidisciplinary, scientific approach that is open and creative.
For more information, please visit: www.enamecenter.org
Environmental Humanities Center
The Environmental Humanities Center (EHC) is an award-winning interdisciplinary research group. It focuses on the ways in which the humanities influence society’s handling of global challenges such as climate change and pollution. The EHC actively works with CLUE+ within the Global History, Heritage and Memory research programme.
For more information, please visit: www.environmentalhumanitiescenter.com
The Centre for Religious History
The Centre for Religious History (HDC) is a platform for research, education and valorisation in the field of the history of religion at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The centre uses an interdisciplinary approach to the history of religion in relation to culture, politics and society. CLUE+ and the HDC work together on various projects such as Monuments of Mosul in Danger.
For more information, please visit: www.hdcvu.nl
The Institute for German Studies
A centre of expertise on modern Germany, the Institute for German Studies (DIA) collaborates with the University of Amsterdam and connects education, science and society. Working together with CLUE+ researchers, the DIA operates as a key partner in the Global History, Heritage and Memory research programme.
For more information, please visit: www.duitslandinstituut.nl
International Association of Landscape Archaeology
Promoting interdisciplinary research in landscape archaeology, the International Association of Landscape Archaeology (IALA) brings together archaeologists, cultural and earth scientists and researchers from disciplines related to landscape research. The IALA serves as a platform where findings from the sciences and humanities are presented and discussed. CLUE+ and the IALA work together in the Landscape, Heritage and Society research programme.
For more information, please visit: www.iala-lac.org
CLUE+ supports Interreg Europe in helping regional and local European governments to develop and deliver better policy. Interreg Europe aims to ensure government investment, innovation and implementation efforts lead to integrated, sustainable impacts for people and places. CLUE+ notably collaborated with Interreg on the award-winning HERICOAST project.
For more information, please visit: www.interregeurope.eu
The Royal Dutch Institute Rome
The Royal Dutch Institute Rome (KNIR) is the oldest and largest of the international Dutch Scientific Institutes. It serves as an important bridge between the Dutch and Italian academic communities and the extensive international academic community present in Rome. The KNIR offers a wide range of educational courses and provides impactful research grants. CLUE+ works with the KNIR to support international, interdisciplinary dialogue on heritage and culture.
For more information, please visit: www.knir.it/nl
National Institute of Dutch Slave History and Heritage
The National Institute of Dutch Slave History and Heritage (NiNsee) collects, manages and develops knowledge on the history of transatlantic slavery and the colonial past. The NiNsee also organises annual national commemoration activities. As a knowledge centre, the NiNsee has supported CLUE+ on various research projects associated with the Global History, Heritage and Memory research programme.
For more information, please visit: www.ninsee.nl/over-ons
The Netherlands Institute in Turkey
The Netherlands Institute in Turkey (NIT) is a research centre dedicated to the historical study of Turkey and surrounding regions. By conducting historical and archaeological research, the centre supports studies in the humanities and social sciences that are in some way connected to Turkey. CLUE+ and the NIT are partners in projects related to heritage, culture, landscape and history.
For more information, please visit: www.nit-istanbul.org
Spatial Information Laboratory
The Spatial Information Laboratory (SPINlab) is the centre for research and education in geographic information science at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The SPINlab assists CLUE+ in the landscape, heritage and society research programme. It does this, for example, by designing and implementing digital mapping tools and spatial data infrastructures (SDI) for cultural heritage monitoring and research.
For more information, please visit: www.spinlab.vu.nl
For History of Science and the Humanities
A platform for research and education, the Stevin Centre for History of Science and the Humanities connects staff from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam who are interested in the history of science, the humanities and other academic disciplines. The centre offers educational courses at the bachelor’s and master’s levels and organises workshops, colloquia and seminars. In association with CLUE+, the Stevin Centre is responsible for the Knowledge Formation and its History research programme.
For more information, please visit: www.stevincentre.com
The Migration and Diversity Centre
Established in 2007 and based at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Migration and Diversity Centre (MDC) is an interdisciplinary platform that allows professors, PhD candidates and researchers to share and exchange research ideas and outcomes. CLUE+ supports the MDC in migration and diversity research within the faculties of law, social sciences and arts at the VU as well as at international universities and research centres.
For more information, please visit: vu.nl/en/about-vu/research-institutes/migration-and-diversity-centre-mdc
The New Amsterdam History Centre
New Amsterdam laid the foundational character for today’s New York City. The New Amsterdam History Centre (AMHC) aims to encourage exploration of the Dutch history of the city with special reference to its ethnic, racial and religious diversity, urban landscapes, economic vitality and global legacy. CLUE+ researchers work together with the AMHC on topics related to history, heritage and culture.
For more information, please visit: www.newamsterdamhistorycenter.org
The Week of the Vacant Building
The Week of the Vacant Building is an interdisciplinary initiative shedding light on unused, vacant buildings in the Netherlands. Through research, various academic and non-academic partners can help to address the challenges that these buildings pose. CLUE+ is proud to participate in investigating key topics, including emerging notions of transformation, the energy transition and quality of life.
For more information, please visit: www.weekvanhetlegegebouw.nl