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Membership

The Nexus Institute brings together the world’s foremost thinkers, poets, scientists, activists and policymakers to think and talk about the questions that really matter. In the European humanist tradition, its annual conferences and lectures – open to all and visited by thousands of people – have become a platform for informed intellectual debate on pressing contemporary issues.

Do you want to support the Nexus Institute’s mission and activities? Become a member of the Nexus Institute. As a member of the Nexus Institute, you become part of a truly international community of culture enthusiasts who value our shared humanist European heritage and want to help keep this heritage alive.

Nexus Reader

One volume in our Cultura Animi series each year
Access to our online treasury, with full length videos and essays
Free access to livestreams




Nexus Companion

One volume in our Cultura Animi series each year
Access to our online treasury, with full length videos and essays
Free access to livestreams
Becoming Human Is an Art as a welcome gift
 Discounts on tickets for all Nexus events




Nexus Friend

One volume in our Cultura Animi series each year
Access to our online treasury, with full length videos and essays
Free access to livestreams
Becoming Human Is an Art as a welcome gift
 2 free tickets for all Nexus events




Cultura Animi

The journal Nexus, the Institute’s longest-running publication, is published in Dutch. To make the finest essays from Nexus available to our international readers, we have launched the series Cultura Animi. With one volume published each year, Cultura Animi will present the most compelling and captivating essays in an elegant hardbound volume.

With special thanks to

Pepijn Blom – Herjan Coelingh Bennink & Marijke de Boer – Liesbeth Cremers – Arnold Croiset van Uchelen – Karl Guha – Tex Gunning – Victor Halberstadt – Dolf & Liesbeth Huijgers – Erik van der Kooij – Van der Linden Fonds – Onno Ruding – Philip Smits & Angelique Dolle – Jasper van Veghel & Miranda Keeler – Pieter Vereertbrugghen – and to those who support the Nexus Institute and prefer to remain anonymous.