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Posters have the power to speak to us. They must simultaneously engage, persuade and inform those that cross their path. Within the University, academics may use metaphors to communicate their hypotheses or findings. Others will wish to convey more concrete goals. Some lectures are part of a series of events. These demand a design style that embodies a more general aspiration.

Rijksmuseum/IIAS lecture 2017 - Dr. Claudine Bautze-Picron - Durga - The Almighty Goddess: From India to Indonesia - IIAS
Central Asia Initiative 2017 - Charles Melville - Illustrating the History of Tamerlane - AMT
LUCIS 2017 - Whats New Autumn Lecture Series
Central Asia Initiative 2017 - Ron Sela - Turkic Identities in pre-modern Central Asia - AMT
LeidenGlobal 2017 lecture - Heritage on the Move - Leiden University
Central Asia Initiative 2017 - Wisdom of the Mountains: The Pamir People of Tajikistan and Afghanistan - AMT
IIAS and TU Delft Seminar 2017 - City and society: The care of the self - Dr. Gregory Bracken
Robert D. McChesney - An Afghan Prince at Queen Victoria's Court - Central Asia Initiative - Leiden Erasmus Fellow 2017 - AMT
Gravensteen Lectures 2017 - Walter Scheidel - Escape from Rome: the death of an empire and the birth of the modern West - Leiden University
IIAS Seminar 2017 - Reflections on India and China - IIAS
Akeel Bilgrami - Rationaliy, Alienation and the Political Enlightenment: Themes from Gandhi - Gravensteen lectures 2017
Rijksmuseum/IIAS lecture 2016 - Monika Zin - Buddhist Stories Carved in Stone - IIAS
Bakhtiyar Babadjanov - Central Asia Initiative - Leiden Erasmus Fellow - AMT
Gravensteen Lectures 2017 - Lisa Lowe - Archives, Materiality, and Unthought Knowns - Leiden University
LeidenGlobal 2017 lecture - Heritage on the Move - Leiden University
Simon Gikandi - Spaces of Enslavement: Rethinking the Architecture of the Castle/Dungeon - Gravensteen lectures 2017
LUCIS Spring Semester Lecture Series 2017 - LUCIS
Manuela Carneiro da Cunha - University of Chicago - Indigenous Knowledge - Gravensteen Lectures 2016-17 - Leiden University
Laleh Khalili - SOAS - Sinews of Trade and War - Gravensteen Lectures 2016-17 - Leiden University
Zifa-Alua Auezova - Ideologies vs Historiographies in Soviet and Post-Soviet Central Asia - Central Asia Initiative - AMT - Leiden University
Devin Deweese - Perspectives on Islamization in 14th century Central Asia - Central Asia Initiative - AMT - Leiden University
Beatrice Penati - Bitter Truths - Central Asia Initiative - AMT - Leiden University
Diffracted histories and colonial recursions in these times - Ann Laura Stoler - Leiden University
Blind Spots: seeing race in the 21st century - Ann Laura Stoler - Leiden University
Forms of the Left: Activist art and left-wing aesthetics in postcolonial South Asia - Sanjukta Sunderason and lotte Hoek - Leiden University and University of Edinburgh
City and Society - The Care of the Self - IIAS - TU Delft
Arabic and its alternatives: LIAS - LUCSoR - Leiden University
Arabic and its alternatives: LIAS - LUCSoR - Leiden University
Spiritual Highway: Akintunde Akinleye - LUCIS - Leiden University
LeidenGlobal 2016 lecture - Susan Bassnett - Leiden University
LeidenGlobal 2016 lecture - Susan Bassnett - Leiden University
LeidenGlobal 2016 lecture - Susan Bassnett - Leiden University
The Timurid Period - AMT Conference 2016 - Leiden University
Gravensteen - Leiden University
Safety and disaster in japanese popular culture after Fukushima - LIAS and Mearc - Bryce Wakefield - Leiden University
Global Slavery and Exhibitionary Impulse - Research Centre for Material Culture - KITLV - Leiden University
On the Poetics and Politics of Redress - Research Centre for Material Culture - Leiden University
The Steppe and the Silk Roads - China's interactions with its neighbours - Jessica Rawson - Leiden University
LeidenGlobal - The Devil in the Audit - Michael Herzveld - Leiden University
Dr Gregory Bracken - IIAS/TU Delft lecture - Asian Cities: architecture, theory and practice
Dr Gregory Bracken - IIAS/TU Delft - Urban Asia: 7th Annual IIAS-TU Delft Seminar 2015