FASoS BA en MA thesis prizes
During the celebration of the 48th Dies Natalis on 26 January 2024, four bachelor's students and one FASoS master's student received a thesis prize.
Bachelor's thesis prizes
Luisa Knoben (BA Arts and Culture) received the prize for her thesis 'Masking the Self: Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Engagement with Masks, Diaspora, Aesthetics, and Identity in his Self-Portraits'. Access Luisa’s elevator pitch and her supervisor’s feedback here.
Remco Poeliejoe (BA Digital Society) received the prize for his thesis 'Artificial yet Adored: Exploring the Popularity of Virtual YouTubers amidst the Demand for Realness'. Access Remco’s elevator pitch and his supervisor’s feedback here.
Vincent Tadday (BSc Global Studies) received the prize for his thesis 'Sellout of Peacekeeping? Investigating the Effects of the Evolution of UN Policies on the Use of Private Security Companies in MONUSCO'. Access Vincent’s elevator pitch and his supervisor’s feedback here.
Nia Raycheva (BA European Studies) received the prize for her thesis 'Victims of Demographic Engineering: The Bulgarian Violence against Muslim Minorities during the Balkan Wars (1912-1913)'. Access Nia’s elevator pitch and her supervisor’s feedback here.
Anne-Sophie Oppor (MA Media Studies: Digital Cultures) received the thesis prize for her thesis titled ‘Expanding the Cognitive Battlefield: The Role of Social Media in Information Warfare’. Watch Anne-Sophie’s video about her thesis here.
PhD thesis written by Andrés Horacio Cáceres-Solari
The research argues the incompatibility of the principle of distinction as codified/internationally interpreted in modern insurgency warfare. It argues that current IHL is narrow in scope to regulate modern insurgency warfare, establishes...
Dr. Fred Spoor, an expert on human evolution affiliated with the Natural History Museum, London, has been appointed as the Eugène Dubois chair for the year 2024.
On Monday 29 of January, MORSE hosted the annual MORSE Research Day, at SBE premises. During the event, MORSE presented new initiatives, such as the Maastricht Immersive Learning Lab (MILL) Project, welcomed Prof Igor Mayer to deliver an inspiring guest lecture on the rise of digital twins, hosted...