The greatest threat to the North Korean regime is not the outside world but its own developing private market and the growing frictions at the top. This was the argument put forward by North Korean exile Jang Jin-sung in his lecture in Leiden.
Humanities Faculty Leiden occupies a 49th place in the field of Arts & Humanities in the QS World University Ranking. Especially the subject areas Linguistics and History & Archeology rank high, with respectively a 26th and 28th place. Leiden University has fallen by one place in the annual QS World University Rankings and presently occupies the 75th place. This is apparent from the list published by educational advice company QS on 16 September.
“Religion is everywhere” – thus begins the mission statement of the new Leiden University Centre for the Study of Religion (LUCSoR), which will start in September 2014. To celebrate this fact, LUCSor will organize the Week of Religion from 19 September until 26 September 2014. Come join the different lectures, the live show and the masterclass. All are welcome!