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Cajun Culture - Portraits of South Louisiana

In our newest blog series, Dutch photographer Emile Waagenaar captures Cajun musicians in South Louisiana in black and white photographs. In this final blog, Waagenaar visits the old and new generation of Cajun musicians.

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Theater: Dutchman

The English-speaking theatre company Orange presents Dutchman, a stylized encounter between Clay, a young, intellectual middle-class black man and Lula, a seductive white fellow passenger on a New York City subway car. From 1-9 November at Het Amsterdams Theaterhuis. Click here for tickets.

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Documentary: The World of Thinking

In The World of Thinking, five of the most brilliant scientists of our time take us on a quest for a revolutionary breakthrough. They gather at the famous Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, once the academic home of Albert Einstein, now led by Robbert Dijkgraaf. In 2018, he and his wife Pia de Jong spoke at the John Adams about their work and about academic and family life in the United States.