Media Technology MSc

Max van Duijn

assistant professor & popular science blogger

Max van Duijn has ample experience in Humanities research and is an inspiring lecturer. He studied complex mentalising tasks (e.g. "Bas thinks that Maarten believes that Edwin intends ...") that are much-debated in cognitive sciences, but did so using frameworks and analytical tools from the Humanities. Doing so, he places them in context of language and literature.

Within the Media Technology program, Max teaches the courses Sciences & Humanities and the Research Seminar: Social Technologies.

Max holds office in room 128 of the Snellius building. He works part-time for the Media Technology MSc program, so schedule an appointment if you want to meet. Read more about Max van Duijn.