Summer is over and it is time for children to go back to school, where we expect them to gain basic knowledge and skills. But what makes one book more important than another when creating a national curriculum? Céline rethinks the role of one of the most popular books in the French education.
When we come across bodies we are unfamiliar with, they may shock us, amaze us, and make us curious what they are like. But different forms of looking, like staring, can have consequences regarding how people are or aren’t included in society.
Remember how unfair it felt when you heard that child refugees Lili and Howick had to go back to their mother’s home country Armenia? In this vlog, Merel Oudshoorn explores how a different system of law might have allowed them to stay.
Our PhD student Bareez Majid encourages her fellow LUCAS members to partake in the worldwide movement that fights against racism and inequality. A genuine form of self-reflection is necessary, Majid argues, if our community wants to legitimize its existence and rightfully call itself inclusive.
Since the COVID19-virus hit the world some months ago, we are living in a so-called state of exception. While we are handling the situation with more and more bans, the Hindu dharma does the complete opposite: in case of emergency you may break the law!
Being in (partial) lockdown since March, it has become hard if not impossible to bathe in the ‘aura’ that original artworks radiate. Liselore Tissen explains how a 3D printed copy of the Goldfinch can bring you even closer to your beloved authentic artwork than ever before.