Information regarding the courses and events of the educational programme 2017-18 will be updated regularly. Please check back here in a couple of weeks. Find some general information under ‘Huizinga Onderwijs voor promovendi‘  (for PhD’s) or ‘Huizinga Onderwijs voor ReMa studenten‘ (research master students).

Masterclass professor Nigel Smith (Princeton University)

12 December, 2017

Politics and Literature in Early Modern Europe

Date: 12 december 2017 | Time: 11-14.30, including lunch (at your own expense) | Venue: Amsterdam, Bushuis F 1.02 | Open to: scholars, PhD students, (R)MA students, scholars | Credits: 1 ECTS  | Coordination: prof. dr Lia van Gemert | Maximum participants in this event: 25 | Register before: 1 december 2017 | More information

Wetenschappelijk recenseren – Prof. Ieme van der Poel (UvA)

8 March, 2018

Datum: 8 maart 2017 | Tijd: 10.00 – 16.00 | Locatie: Vondelzaal (Universiteit Bibliotheek, Singel 425) | Bestemd voor: Promovendi en Research Master studenten | Credits: 1 ECTS | Coördinatie: Prof. Ieme van der Poel in samenwerking met het Huizinga Instituut | Aanmeldenvoor 15 februari 2018 | Maximaal aantal deelnemers:  10 | Meer informatie

NB: Deze cursus wordt in het Nederlands gegeven

Masterclass – Professor Peter Mack (University of Warwick)

17 November, 2017

Date: 17 November 2017 | Time: 12:00-14:15, followed by Erasmus Birthday Lecture at 16:15 | Venue: Trippenhuis, KNAW | Open to: RMa students, graduate students | Credits: 1 ECTS (available upon request) | Coordination: Arnoud Visser | Registration: Register before: 1 November (NB: and also at KNAW for the Erasmus Birthday Lecture: Chantal Bax: chantal.bax@knaw.nl (or register through knaw.nl) | More information

Summer School 2018 – Genius and Madness: A Cultural History

18 June, 2018 - 22 June, 2018

Date and Time: First Meeting on 25 May 2018, Summer School Week, 18-22 June 2018 | Venue: Amsterdam | Open to: RMa-students and PhD researchers from the Huizinga Institute and other national research schools | Credits: 5 ECTS (available upon request) | Coordination: Dr Babette Hellemans and Prof. Hubertus Büschel (RUG) | Registration: Maximum participants in this event: 30 | Register before 1 April 2018 | More information

Course – Oral History and Life Stories

1 March, 2018 - 29 March, 2018

Dates:  1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 March 2018 | Time: 13:00 – 16:30 | Venue: University of Amsterdam, TBA | Candidates: PhD candidates and advanced RMa students | Credits: 3 ECTS | Fee: (non-members): € 250 | Max. number of participants: 15 | Coordinator & lecturer: prof. dr Selma Leydesdorff and selected guest speakers | More information

Register and send in your motivation letter before: 29 November 2017

RMa Course – Cultures of Reading

23 April, 2018 - 31 May, 2018

Date: Spring 2018, exact dates TBA | Time: TBA | Venue: TBA | Open to: RMa Students, who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool). RMa Students who are members of the Huizinga Institute will have first access; PhD candidates can attend as auditor (limited number) | Fee (non members): € 150 | Credits: 5 ECTS | Coordinator: Arnoud Visser (UU) and Ton Hoenselaars (UU) | Register before 1 April 2018 | More information


Heritage & Memory Theory Seminar

3 May, 2018 - 10 June, 2018

Dates and time: 3, 8, 18 & 25 May (15-18h), 1 June (11-18h) 2018 | Excursion Vogelsang: 8, 9 & 10 June 2018 (exact date(s) TBA) | Venue: University of Amsterdam, see below | Open to: RMa Students, who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool). RMa Students who are members of the Huizinga Institute will have first access. PhD Candidates are allowed to register, however RMa Students will have first access. | Fee (nonmembers): € 250 | Credits: 5 ECTS | Coordination: Dr Ihab Saloul & Prof. Rob van der Laarse | Registration: Maximum participants in this event: 20, register before 18 April 2018 | More information

  • 3 May (15-18h) – University Library – Belle van Zuylenzaal, Singel 425 Amsterdam
  • 8 May (15-18h) –  University Library – Potgieterzaal, Singel 425 Amsterdam
  • 18 May (15-18h) – Bushuis – F2.11B, Kloverniersburgwal 48 Amsterdam
  • 25 May (15-18h) – Bushuis – F0.21, Kloverniersburgwal 48 Amsterdam
  • 1 June (11-18h) – Bushuis – F2.11B, Kloverniersburgwal 48 Amsterdam

Rome lezen: de toeristische stad

14 May, 2018 - 28 May, 2018

Datum: 14 t/m 28 mei 2018 | Locatie: Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut te Rome | Voor: Promovendi en ReMa-studenten die lid zijn van het Huizinga Instituut (Italiaanse taalkennis niet nodig) | Studielast: 6 ECTS | Taal: Nederlands | Onderwijsvorm en toetsing: Voorbereidende opdracht; locatiegebonden groepsopdrachten; individuele presentatie; bijdrage aan discussies; afsluitend essay | Coördinatie: Prof. dr. Jan Hein Furnée (RU) | Docenten: Prof. dr. Jan Hein Furnée (RU, coordinator), Prof. dr. Harald Hendrix (KNIR, directeur) en gastdocenten | Kosten: Gratis. Voor reiskosten kan een tegemoetkoming van 175 euro worden aangevraagd |Meer informatie

Deadline aanmeldingen: 1 februari 2018
Registratie via KNIR – https://www.knir.it/nl/tile/cursus-rome-lezen-de-toeristische-stad-2/
Voor meer informatie kun je contact opnemen met Paul Koopman via huizinga-fgw@uva.nl. / Of zie website: https://www.knir.it/nl/


Cursus Cultuurhistorisch Onderzoek (CCO) | Research into Cultural History Course

Utrecht

29 January, 2018 - 23 May, 2018

Winterschool Rome – Cities, Borders and Identities. Towards an Interdisciplinary Approach

18 November, 2017 - 26 November, 2017

Date: 18-26 November 2017 | Venue: Royal Dutch Institute Rome (KNIR), Via Omero 12, 00197 Roma | Open to: RMa students and PhD candidates, as well as to early career researcher in the Humanities and Social Sciences, working on historical or contemporary urban contexts | Fee: See below | Credits: 6 ECTS | Administrative coordination: Milou van Hout, Enno Maessen, Tymen Peverelli (University of Amsterdam) | Deadline for applications: 15 May 2017 | Maximum participants: 20 | More information

Masterclass Elizabeth Williams – A Healthy Appetite for Food and Diet

20 June, 2017

Date: 20 June 2017 | Time: 11:00 – 17:00h | Venue: Groningen University (further details TBA) | Open to: RMa students and PhD candidates who are in enrolled in one of the Dutch research schools. Members of the Huizinga Institute will have first access. | Fee (nonmembers): € 50 | Credits: 1 ECTS | Coordination: Dr Rina Kroeff & Ruben Verwaal (Groningen University) | Register before: 1 June 2017 | More information

Cultural Institutions: An Interdisciplinary Seminar by Prof. Karl Kügle

8 February, 2017 - 15 March, 2017

Dates and time: 8 February, 15 February, 17 February, 1 March, 3 March, 15 March, 17 March, 10.00-12.45h | Venue: Utrecht University (details TBA) | Open to: RMa Students in Musicology and in the Humanities who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool). RMa Students who are members of the Huizinga Institute will have first access. PhD Candidates are allowed to register, however RMa Students will have first access. | Fee (nonmembers): € 250 | Credits: 5 ECTS | Coordination: Prof. Karl Kügle | More information

Summer School – Migration Memory Under Construction

13 June, 2017 - 16 June, 2017

Date: May 24 and June 13-16, 2017 | Location: Leiden (plus fieldtrip to Antwerp) | Open to:  RMa students and PhD candidates. Members of the Huizinga Institute and the N.W. Posthumus Institute will have first access | Credits: 5 ECTS | Course coordinators: Marlou Schrover (Leiden University) | More information

Participate as auditor
It is also possible to attend (a part of) the lectures as auditor. Please send an email to Rebekka Luijk (r.t.luijk@hum.leidenuniv.nl) for more information or signing up.

 

Course Oral History and Life Stories

19 January, 2017 - 16 February, 2017

Date: 19, 26 January and 2, 9 en 16 February | Time: 13:00 – 16:30 | Venue: University of Amsterdam, Oude Manhuispoort 4-6: OMHP A1.18D (19 January), OMPH C0.23 (26 January), OMPH C1.23 (2 February), OMHP E0.13 (9 February, NOTE CHANGED VENUE), UB – Belle van Zuylenzaal (16 February, NOTE CHANGED VENUE) | Candidates: PhD candidates and advanced RMa students | Credits: 3 ECTS | Fee: (non-members): € 250 | Max. number of participants: 15 | Coordinator & lecturer: Prof. Selma Leydesdorff and selected guest speakers | More information

Register and send in your motivation letter before: 7 December 2016 (Extended deadline)

Masterclass Thomas Maissen and Wyger Velema

7 November, 2016

Visualizing Politics: Working with Images in Intellectual History

Date: November 7, 2016 | Time: 9.30-17.00, including lunch | Venue: University of Amsterdam, University Library – Potgieterzaal, Singel 425 | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students | ECTS: 1 for contributors, 0 for auditors | More information 

In case you would like to register as contributor, please send an email to huizinga-fgw@uva.nl

Conference – Life Writing and European Identities (A.S. Byatt)

16 November, 2016

On the occasion of the awarding of the Erasmus Prize 2016 to A.S. Byatt

Date: November 16, 2016 (pre-meeting on November 2 from 14.00-17.00, at Academic Building – Westerdijkkamer, Domplein 29 Utrecht) | Time: all day | Venue: Paushuize, Kromme Nieuwegracht 49, Utrecht | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students, members of OSL and the Huizinga Institute will have first access | ECTS: 2 | More information

Staff members who would like to attend the conference can send an e-mail (including affiliation) to huizinga-fgw@uva.nl

Masterclass Professor Kathy Eden (Columbia University)

4 November, 2016

Rhetoric, Refutation, and Experience: The Early Modern Connection

Date: November 4, 2016 | Time: 11:00-13:30 | Venue: Trippenhuis Building, Kloveniersburgwal 29, 1011 JV Amsterdam | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students | ECTS: 1 ECTS (available upon request); can be increased to 2 ECTS (on request and in consultation with the teachers) by writing a research paper (3000 words) about the subject | Coordination: Arnoud Visser (UU), Lodi Nauta (RUG). In collaboration with the KNAW, the Erasmus of Rotterdam Society, and Huygens ING | Registration: Maximum participants in this event: 15. (Register before: 15 October 2016) | More information

NOTE: It is necessary to register for this Masterclass also via the KNAW

Rome lezen: de toeristische stad

15 May, 2017 - 30 May, 2017

Datum: 15 t/m 30 mei 2017 | Locatie: Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut te Rome | Voor: Promovendi en ReMa-studenten die lid zijn van het Huizinga Instituut (Italiaanse taalkennis niet nodig) | Studielast: 6 ECTS | Taal: Nederlands | Onderwijsvorm en toetsing: Voorbereidende opdracht; locatiegebonden groepsopdrachten; individuele presentatie; bijdrage aan discussies; afsluitend essay | Coördinatie: Prof. dr. Jan Hein Furnée (RU) | Docenten: Prof. dr. Jan Hein Furnée (RU, coordinator), Prof. dr. Harald Hendrix (KNIR, directeur) en gastdocenten | Kosten: Gratis. Voor reiskosten kan een tegemoetkoming van 175 euro worden aangevraagd | Aanmelden: Via het KNIR (voor aanmeldknop zie onderaan deze pagina) | Meer informatie

Deadline aanmelding

Doordat er slechts 10 plaatsen beschikbaar zijn, vragen wij geïntereseerde Promovendi en ReMA studenten een motivatie (incl. affiliatie) van maximaal één A4 te schrijven en te versturen via deze link. Op basis van deze motivatie zal er een selectie plaatsvinden. Inschrijven en motivatie insturen voor: 10 januari 2017.

Heritage & Memory Theory Seminar

31 March, 2017 - 19 May, 2017

Dates and time: March 31 (15-18h), April 7 (15-18h), April 21 (15-18h), May 12 (15-18h), May 19 (15-18h), June 2 (10-18h) 2017 | Venue: University of Amsterdam, BG 2, Room 008 (Turfdraagsterpad 15-17, 1012 XT Amsterdam) | Open to: RMa Students, who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool). RMa Students who are members of the Huizinga Institute will have first access. PhD Candidates are allowed to register, however RMa Students will have first access | Fee (nonmembers): € 250 | Credits: 5 ECTS | Coordination: Dr Ihab Saloul & Prof. Rob van der Laarse | Registration: Maximum participants in this event: 20 | More information

THE SEMINAR IS FULLY BOOKED, please send us an e-mail with your name, university and research school. We will put you on our waiting list.

Wetenschappelijk recenseren – Prof. Floris Cohen (UU)

1 March, 2017

Datum: 1 maart 2017 | Tijd: 10.00 – 16.00 | Locatie: Vondelzaal (Universiteit Bibliotheek, Singel 425) | Bestemd voor: Promovendi en Research Master studenten | Credits: 1 ECTS | Coördinatie: Prof. Floris Cohen in samenwerking met het Huizinga Instituut | Aanmelden: voor 15 februari 2017 | Maximaal aantal deelnemers: 10 | Meer informative

Het Atelier is volgeboekt. Indien je ons een mail stuurt met daarin je naam, affiliatie en van welke onderzoekschool je lid bent, zetten we je op de wachtlijst.

NB: Deze cursus wordt in het Nederlands gegeven.

 

Cursus Cultuurhistorisch Onderzoek (CCO) | Research into Cultural History

Amsterdam

30 January, 2017 - 24 May, 2017

Dates: January 30 and 31, February 22, March 8 and 22, and April 5 and 19, 2017. Final session on May 24, 2017 | Venues: January 30 and 31, and May 14: Academiegebouw Utrecht – Belle van Zuylenzaal, Domplein 29, Utrecht. Other dates: Universtiteit van Amsterdam, TBA | Open to: PhD Candidates who are affiliated with the Huizinga Institute | ECTS: 6 | Co-ordinators: Helmer Helmers (University of Amsterdam) & Sara Polak (Leiden University) | More information

NB: First-year PhD candidates who are affiliated with the Huizinga Institute will be enrolled in this course automatically.

Masterclass Prof. Michael Rothberg (University of California)

23 September, 2016

From multidirectional memory to the implicated subject

Date: September 23, 2016 | Time: 10.00-13.00, including lunch | Venue: University of Amsterdam, University Library – Belle van Zuylenzaal, Singel 425 | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students | ECTS: 2, only in combination with attending Symposium Rethoric of the Past | More information

 The Masterclass is fully booked, please send us an e-mail with your name, university and research school. We will put you on our waiting list.

 

Masterclass Prof. Catherine Saucier (Arizona State University)

18 February, 2016 - 19 February, 2016

Multiplicity, Meaning, and Interpretive Community: Reading Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Motets

Date: 18-19 February 2016 |Time: 18 February, 16.15-19.00 hours; 19 February, 9-13 | Venue: Utrecht University(18 February: Kromme Nieuwegracht 80, Ravensteynzaal (1.06); 19 February: Janskerkhof 2-3, 3512 BK Utrecht, room 115) | Credits: 1-2 | Open to: Research MA students in Musicology and in the Humanities | Coordinated by: Karl Kügle (UU) | More information

Masterclass Prof. Rebekah Ahrendt (Yale University)

21 January, 2016 - 22 January, 2016

Transposed Lives: Music, Migration, and Mobility

Date: 21-22 January 2016 | Time: 21 January, 16.15-19.00hrs; 22 January, 9.00-13.00hrs. | Venue: Utrecht University (21 January: Kromme Nieuwegracht 80, Stijlkamer; 22 January, Janskerkhof 15A, 2.01) | Credits: 2 ECTS | Open to: Research MA students in Musicology and in the Humanities | Fee (non-members | : € 50,00 | Coordinated by: Prof. Karl Kügle (UU) | More information

RMA Course – Environmental Humanities

8 January, 2016 - 29 January, 2016

Course taught in January 2016 (4 weeks).

Lectures: on Friday 8, 15, 22, and 29 January, 13.30-16.15hrs | Venue: VU Main Building, De Boelelaan 1105, Amsterdam, Room 12A-22 | Open to: Research Master students in History, Literature, and RMA student members of the Huizinga Institute for Cultural History | Lecturer: Dr Kristine Steenbergh (k.steenbergh@vu.nl) and guest lecturers | Credits: 3 ECTS | More information

Cursus – Rome lezen: de toeristische stad

2 May, 2016 - 16 May, 2016

Datum: 2 tot 16 mei 2016 | Locatie: Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut te Rome | Voor: Promovendi en ReMa-studenten die lid zijn van het Huizinga Instituut (Italiaanse taalkennis niet nodig) | Credits: 6 ECTS (beschikbaar op verzoek) | Voertaal: Nederlands | Coördinatie: Prof.dr. Jan Hein Furnée (RU) | Docenten: Prof. dr. Jan Hein Furnée (RU), prof. dr. Harald Hendrix (KNIR) en gastdocenten | Registratie: Maximum aantal deelnemers: 10 | Omdat er slechts 10 plaatsen beschikbaar zijn, vragen wij geïnteresseerde promovendi en ReMa-studenten een motivatie (inclusief affiliatie) van maximaal één A4 te schrijven en te sturen naar: huizinga-fgw@uva.nl. Op basis van deze motivatie zal er een selectie plaatsvinden | Inschrijven en motivatie insturen voor 10 januari 2016 | Meer informatie

Masterclass – Dr. Maartje Abbenhuis (University of Auckland)

23 November, 2015

An age of neutrals? Rethinking the international history of the ‘long’ nineteenth century, 1815 – 1914

Date: 23 November 2015 | Time: 10:30-16:00 | Venue: University of Amsterdam, PC Hoofthuis 625 (Spuistraat 134) | Credits: 1 ECTS | Open to: RMa students and PhD candidates | Fee (non-members): € 50,00 | Coordinated by: Michael Wintle (UvA) | More information\

Due to circumstances this event has been canceled.

Atelier – Wetenschappelijk recenseren

18 February, 2016

Datum: Donderdag 18 februari 2016 (gewijzigde datum) | Tijd:10 – 17 uur | Locatie: UB – Vondelzaal, Singel 425, Amsterdam| Voor: promovendi en gevorderde research master studenten | Fee (non members): € 50 | Credits: 1 ECTS | Coordinatie: prof. Floris Cohen i.s.m. het Huizinga Instituut | Maximum aantal deelnemers: 10.  Inschrijven vóór: 1 februari 2016 | Meer informatie

Huizinga Summer School 2016

30 June, 2016 - 1 July, 2016

European Contested Heritage & the Politics of Commemoration

Including Masterclass: Competing Memories: European Cultural Heritage of War and Conflict

Date: 25 April 2016 (Masterclass) & 30 June-1 July 2016 (Summer School) Note changed dates! | Time: 3-hour session (masterclass) & 2-day workshop (summer school) | Venue: University of Amsterdam | Credits: 2 ECTS (masterclass) & 3 ECTS (summer school) | Open to: PhDs & ReMa students | Fee (non-members): 200 EUR | Coordinated by: Prof. Rob van der Laarse & Dr. Ihab Saloul | More information

The Summer School is fully booked, please send us an e-mail with your name, university and research school. We will put you on our waiting list.

Heritage & Memory Theory Seminar

4 April, 2016 - 9 May, 2016

Dates: 4, 11, 18, 25, April and 9 May 2016 | Time: 15-18, except May 9, 13-18 | Venue: University of Amsterdam, TBA | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students, who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool). PhD Candidates and RMa Students who are members of the Huizinga Institute will have first access. | Fee (non-members): € 250 | Credits: 5 ECTS (available upon request) | Coordination: Dr. Ihab Saloul & Prof. Rob van der Laarse | Registration: Maximum participants in this event: 15 | Register before: January 2016 |More information
The Seminar is fully booked, please send us an e-mail with your name, university and research school. We will put you on our waiting list.

RMa Course – Cultures of reading

29 April, 2016 - 17 June, 2016

Date: Friday April 29, 2016 – Friday June 17, 2016. Exact dates TBA| Time: 14:00 – 17:00 | Venue: University of Amsterdam, TBA | Open to: RMa Students, who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool). RMa Students who are members of the Huizinga Institute will have first access; PhD candidates can attend as auditor (limited number) | Fee (non members): € 150 | Credits: 5 ECTS | Coordinator: Arnoud Visser (UU) en Ton Hoenselaars (UU) | More information

Course Oral History and Life Stories

4 February, 2016 - 3 March, 2016

Course oral history and life stories

Candidates: PhD candidates and advanced RMa students | Credits: 3 ECTS | Data: 4, 11, 15, 25 February 2016 & 3 March 2016| Time: 13:00 – 16:30 | Location: University of Amsterdam, TBA | Fee: (non-members): € 250 | Max. number of participants: 15 | Coordinator & lecturer: prof. dr. Selma Leydesdorff and selected guest speakers |  Register and send in your motivation letter before: 23 November 2015  | More information

Cursus Cultuurhistorisch Onderzoek (CCO)

Amsterdam

25 January, 2016 - 18 May, 2016

Bestemd voor: Promovendi, verbonden aan het Huizinga Instituut |  Data: Start: 25 en 26 januari 2016 / Sessies op en 24 februari, 9 en 23 maart, en 6 en 20 april 2016 / Eindsessie 18 mei 2016 | Locatie: 25 & 26 januari 2016 en 18 mei 2016: Academiegebouw Utrecht – Belle van Zuylenzaal, Domplein 29, Utrecht. 24 februari: Universiteit van Amsterdam – Bungehuis, zaal B.1.01, Spuistraat 210, Amsterdam. Overige data, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Belle van Zuylenzaal, Singel 425, Amsterdam| ECTS: 6 | coördinatoren: Helmer Helmers (UvA) & Eric Jorink (UL) | NB: Eerstejaars promovendi verbonden aan het Huizina Instituut worden automatisch aangemeld voor deze cursus | Meer informatie

Masterclass – prof. dr. Liz Buettner (University of Amsterdam)

10 November, 2015

Postcolonial Europe: Legacies and Memories of Empire in Everyday Life and the Imagination

Date: Tuesday 10 November 2015 (plus a preliminary 2-hour pre-meeting, Thursday October 29, from 10.30 – 12.30. PC Hoofthuis 6.06, Spuistraat 134, Amsterdam) | Venue: University of Amsterdam, University Library – Potgieterzaal, Singel 425, Amsterdam | Time: 10:30 am – 5:30 pm | Credits: 2 EC | Open to: Research Master students and PhD Candidates | Fee (non-members): € 50,00 | Coordinated by: Prof. dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Buettner | More information

Masterclass Laura Tunbridge (University of Oxford)

26 May, 2016 - 27 May, 2016

Listening to Lieder between the Wars

Date: 26 & 27 May, 2016 | Time26 May, 16.15-19.00 hours; 27 May, 9-13 | Venue: Utrecht University (26 May: Janskerkhof 13, 0.06; 27 May  TBA) | Credits: 1-2 | Open to: Research Master students in Musicology and in the Humanities | Fee (non-members): € 100 | Coordinated by:  Karl Kügle (UU) | More information

Masterclass – Klaus Pietschmann (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)

8 October, 2015 - 9 October, 2015

Heavenly and Earthly Pleasures: Modes and Functions of Perceiving Sacred Music in the 15th and 16th Centuries

Date: 8-9 October 2015 | Time: 8 October, 16.15-19.00 hours; 9 October, 9-13 | Venue: Utrecht University (8 October: Janskerkhof 13, 0.06; 9 October: TBA) | Credits: 1-2 | Open to: Research MA students in Musicology and in the Humanities | Fee (non-members): € 100 | Coordinated by:  Karl Kügle (UU) | More information

Pierre Boulez – Composing – Performing – Reflecting

1 June, 2015 - 2 June, 2015

Workshop for young researchers in 20th and 21st century history of music
carried out in collaboration with the Holland Festival on June 1-2, 2015 with one external keynote speaker.

Venue: Amsterdam t.b.a. | Students will have to pay a fee of 45,- Euro, which includes admission to the two events in the Holland Festival | More Information

Master class Dr. Fabian Kolb (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)

18 June, 2015 - 19 June, 2015

Concepts and Strategies of Spatial Sound Organisation in the 19th-Century Symphonic Repertoire

Date: 18–19 June 2015  | Time: 4–7 pm, 9am–1pm | Venue: Utrecht University, Janskerkhof 13, 0.06 and TBA | Credits: 1-2 | Open to: Research MA students in Musicology and in the Humanities | Fee (non-members): € 50.00 | Coordinated by: Fabian Kolb (University of Mainz), Karl Kügle (UU) | More information

Masterclass – David Armitage (Harvard University)

13 May, 2015

The History Manifesto

Date: Wednesday May 13 2015 | Time: 10.00-12.30 | Venue: UvA, Bungehuis 1.01, Spuistraat 210 Amsterdam | Open to: RMa students and PhD candidates (Huizinga, OPG, OZS Mediëvistiek)  | Organisers: Inger Leemans (VU) and Matthijs Lok (UvA)  | More information
Note: This event is fully booked, please send us an e-mail with your name, university and research school. We will put you on our waiting list.

Workshop: Space: A useless category for historical analysis?

22 May, 2015

Date: 22 May 2015, 10.30-13.00 | Intended for: PhD candidates and RMa students | Maximum number of participants: 15 | Venue: Bungehuis 1.01 | Coordination: Enno Maessen (UvA), Tymen Peverelli (UvA) | Credits: 1 EC | Fee: free (incl lunch)
Note: This event is fully booked, please send us an e-mail with your name, university and research school. We will put you on our waiting list.

Masterclass – Prof. Richard Taruskin (UC Berkeley)

15 December, 2014 - 19 December, 2014

Catching up with Richard Taruskin

Date: 15-19 December 2014 | Time: 4-6 pm (Dec. 15), 2.30-5 pm (Dec. 16), 3-5.30 pm (Dec. 17), 4-7 pm (Dec. 18)
Venue:

  • University Theatre, Nieuwe Doelenstraat 16, 1012 CP Amsterdam (Dec. 15)
  • Bernard Haitinkzaal, Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Oosterdokskade 151, 1011 DL Amsterdam (Dec. 16)
  • Orgelpark Amsterdam, Gerard Brandtstraat 26, 1054 JK Amsterdam (Dec. 17)
  • Sweelinckzaal, Drift 21, 3512 BR Utrecht (Dec. 18)
  • Room 1.03, Drift 25, 3512 BR Utrecht (Dec. 19)

Credits: 2 ECTS | Open to: Research MA students, PhD candidates ( Musicology, Cultural History, Arts, European Studies) | Coordinated by: Prof. Karl Kügle (UU), drs. Harm Langenkamp MA (UU) | More information

Masterclass – Darrin McMahon

3 February, 2015

The Return of the History of Ideas?

Date: Tuesday February 3 2015 | Time: 10.00 – 12.30 | Venue: PC Hoofthuis 1.14, Spuistraat 134, Amsterdam | Open to: RMa students and PhD candidates (Huizinga and OPG) | Fee (non-members): € 50,00 | Organisers: Annelien de Dijn & Matthijs Lok (UvA) | Information: m.m.lok@uva.nl | More information

Course Oral History and Life Stories

8 January, 2015 - 9 February, 2015

Course Oral History and Life Stories

Dates: 8, 15, 22 and 29 January + 5 and 9 February | Time: 13:00 – 16:30 hrs | Venue: 8, 15 & 22 January, Bungehuis – room 3.37 / 29 January PC Hoofthuis – room 5.59 / 5 February Universiteitstheater – room1.01A / 9 Februay University Library – Belle van Zuylenzaal | Coordinator & lecturer: prof. dr. Selma Leydesdorff and selected guest speakers | Open to: PhD candidates and advanced RMa students who are members of the Huizinga Institute | Fee (non-members): €250 | Credits: 3 ECTS | Max. number of participants: 15 | Deadline motivation: 1 December, 2014 | Register before: 1 December, 2014 (extended deadline) | More information

Atelier Periodisering

31 October, 2014

Datum: 31 oktober 2014 | Tijd: 13:00-17:00 uur, aansluitend borrel | Locatie: Bungehuis 0.15, Spuistraat 210 Amsterdam | Bedoeld voor: promovendi en research masterstudenten die zijn aangesloten bij het Huizinga Instituut of een van de andere onderzoekscholen op het gebied van de geesteswetenschappen | Studiepunten: 2 ECTS | Coördinatoren: Michiel van Groesen (UvA) en Lieke van Deinsen (RU) | Gastdocent: Peter Raedts (RU) | Maximum aantal deelnemers: 20 | Meer informatie

Cursus Cultuurhistorisch Onderzoek (CCO)

Amsterdam

26 January, 2015 - 20 May, 2015

Cursus Cultuurhistorisch Onderzoek (CCO)

Bestemd voor: Promovendi, verbonden aan het Huizinga Instituut | Urenbelasting: 6 ECTS | Data: 26 en 27 januari, 11 en 25 februari en 11 en 25 maart en 20 mei | Locatie: 26 en 27 januari en 20 mei Academiegebouw Utrecht, Kannunikenzaal (26/1) en Belle van Zuylenzaal (27/1 & 20/5). Overige data, Bungehuis 1.01, Spuistraat 210, Amsterdam | NB: Eerstejaars promovendi verbonden aan het Huizina Instituut worden automatisch aangemeld voor deze cursus.

Seminar and Masterclass: Early popular visual culture: dissemination networks and image traditions, 1700-1914

Amsterdam

25 September, 2014 - 26 September, 2014

Early popular visual culture: dissemination networks and image traditions, 1700-1914

Seminar and Masterclass

Date: Thursday, 25 September, 16:00 until 18:00 hrs (Masterclass) / Friday 26 September, 9.30 until 16.30 hrs (Seminar) | Venue: UvA, Universiteitstheater 1.01A, Nieuwe Doelenstraat 16-18, Amsterdam (Thursday) / Bijzondere Collecties UvA,  Turfmarkt 129, 1012 GC, Amsterdam, Van Leerzaal (Friday) | Open to: RMa students and PhD candidates| Credits: 1 ECTS | Information and registration: please contact Dafna Ruppin (d.ruppin@uu.nl) | More information about Seminar & Masterclass

Wetenschappelijk recenseren – prof. dr. Floris Cohen (UU)

6 March, 2015

Wetenschappelijk recenseren – prof. dr. Floris Cohen (UU)

Datum: 4 maart 2015 (Let op, dit is een gewijzigde datum)| Tijd:10 – 17 uur | Locatie: UB – Potgieterzaal, Singel 425, Amsterdam | Voor: promovendi en gevorderde research masterstudenten | Fee (non members): € 50 | Credits: 1 ECTS | Coördinatie: prof. Floris Cohen i.s.m. het Huizinga Instituut | Maximum aantal deelnemers: 10.  Inschrijven vóór: 10 februari 2015 | Meer informatie

RMa-cursus – Imagining the Self and the Other

6 March, 2015 - 1 May, 2015

Datum: 6, 13, en 27 maart, 10 en 24 april 2015 | Tijd: 13:00 – 16:00 u, behalve 6 maart, 10:00-13:00 u | Locatie: nnb, Universiteit van Amsterdam  |  Coördinator: dr. Yolanda Rodríguez Pérez | Bestemd voor:  Researchmaster-studenten; promovendi kunnen als auditors deelnemen  | Kosten (niet leden): € 150 | Credits: 3 ECTS | Meer informative | Note: This course fully booked, please send an e-mail to huizinga-fgw@uva.nl with your name, university and research school. We will put you on our waiting list.

Summer school

16 June, 2014 - 18 June, 2014

Date: 16-18 June 2014
Venue: UB, University of Amsterdam and Trippenhuis, KNAW
Organizers: Michiel van Groesen, Helmer Helmers, José van Dijck, Thomas Poell
Speakers: Brendan Dooley (UC Cork), Lance Bennett (University of Washington, Seattle), Michael Schudson (Columbia University), Jacob Soll (Univ. of Southern California), Joris van Eijnatten (UU), Frank van Vree (UvA), Mirko Schaefer (UU)
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Master Class – Sudipta Kaviraj & Siep Stuurman, Global Intellectual History

16 May, 2014

Date: Friday 16 May 2014
Time: 9.30 – 17.00 (with lunch break and followed by drinks at 17.00)
Venue: Bungehuis 1.01, Spuistraat 210, Amsterdam
Taught by: Prof. Sudipta Kaviraj (Columbia University, NY) & Prof. Siep Stuurman (Utrecht University)
Credits: 1 ECTS (available upon request)
Open to: PhD candidates and Research Master students registered with the Huizinga Institute, or with another Graduate Research School in the Netherlands
Fee (non-members): €50
Coordinated by: Prof. Siep Stuurman
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Research master course: Science, scholarship and society (March – May 2014)

7 March, 2014 - 9 May, 2014

Science, scholarship and society

Coordinator:  Dirk van Miert
Guestlecturer(s): Rens Bod, Charles van den Heuvel, and Wijnand Mijnhardt
Dates: Friday 7 and 21 March, 4 and 18 April, 9 May
Time: 13u-15u
Venue: Utrecht
Open to: ReMa students registered with the Huizinga Institute
Fee (non-members): €250
Credits:  3 ECTS

More information here.

Conference: Games of Late Modernity

3832 RD Leusden

15 January, 2014 - 17 January, 2014

Games of Late Modernity – An Interdisciplinary Conference on Play as the grounding Structure of Reality

January 15-17 2014

The conference will be held at the International School for Philosophy (ISVW), a well-acclaimed conference centre situated in the heart of the Netherlands, though not far from Amsterdam and Utrecht.  Meals, drinks and a comfortable hotel room at the estate will be INCLUDED in the conference fee.

Find more information and the call for papers here, as well as on the website.

The Huizinga Institute offers selected PhD candidates, registered with the Huizinga, a subsidy to cover the conference fee. To apply, please send a motivation letter, stating why participation in this event furthers your research, accompanied by the abstract of your paper and a brief bio of 250 wrds., to ms. Chantal Olijerhoek, via huizinga-fgw[at]uva[dot]nl. Only a limited number of places is available. Of course you are only applicable for funding if your paper is accepted by the organisation of the conference.

Please also register for this event below.

Atelier: Wetenschappelijk recenseren – prof. dr. Floris Cohen (UU)

5 March, 2014

Wetenschappelijk recenseren – prof. dr. Floris Cohen (UU)

Datum: 5 maart 2014
Tijd: 10 – 17 uur
Locatie: Bungehuis 3.02, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Voor:  promovendi en gevorderde RMa-studenten
Fee (non members): € 50
Credits: 1 ECTS
Coordinatie: prof. Floris Cohen i.s.m. het Huizinga Instituut
Maximum aantal deelnemers: 10
Inschrijven vóór: 10 februari 2014

Meer informatie.

Course oral history and life stories

9 January, 2014 - 6 February, 2014

Course oral history and life stories

Candidates: PhD candidates and advanced RMa students | Credits: 3 ECTS | Data: 9 – 13 – 16 – 20 – 23 January 2014, and possibly 6 February 2014 | Time: 13:00 – 16:30 | Location: P.C. Hoofthuis, Universiteit van Amsterdam: 9-01: PCH 556; 13-01: PCH 440; 16-01: PCH 556; 20-01: PCH 440: 23-01: PCH 556; 6-2: PCH 556. | Fee: (non-members): € 250 | Max. number of participants: 15 | Coordinator & lecturer: prof. dr. Selma Leydesdorff and selected guest speakers |  Register and send in your motivation letter before: 25 November 2013  | More information

Cursus Cultuurhistorisch Onderzoek (CCO)

Amsterdam

27 January, 2014 - 21 May, 2014

Bestemd voor: Promovendi, verbonden aan het Huizinga Instituut | Urenbelasting: 6 ECTS | Data: 27 en 28 januari, 12 en 26 februari en 12 en 26 maart en 21 mei| Locatie: 27 en 28 januari en 21 mei Academiegebouw Utrecht, Belle van Zuylenzaal. Overige data, Bungehuis 1.01, Spuistraat 210, Amsterdam| NB: Eerstejaars promovendi verbonden aan het Huizinga Instituut worden automatisch aangemeld voor deze cursus. Meer informatie

  • I. Introductie: 27 & 28 januari 2014
  • II. Perspectieven en debatten: 12 en 26 februari en 12 en 26 maart 2014 (iedere keer een ochtend en een middag sessie)
  • III. Schrijven paper: deadline 16 april 2014
  • IV. Afsluitende bespreking: 21 mei 2014

Masterclass prof. Richard Bourke (Queen Mary, University of London)

8 November, 2013

Political Thought in the British Enlightenment

Date: 8 November 2013 | Time: 10:00 – 13:00 hrs | Venue: Bungehuis 101, University of Amsterdam | Open to: PhD candidates and Research Master students | Fee (non-members): €50 | Credits: 1 ECTS (available upon request) | Coordination: Jan Rotmans & Monika Baar (Huizinga Institute) | More information | Registration will be activated August 2013

For both PhD candidates and RMa students there will be a waiting list. If you are registered and a confirmed participant, we will be counting on your participation. If you are unable to attend, please inform us in time.

Summer School 2013 – Cultures of war and peace – PhD Programme

17 June, 2013 - 20 June, 2013

Summer School 2013 – Cultures of war and peace – PhD Programme

Candidates: PhD candidates and RMa students | Credits: 5 ECTS | Data: June 17 to 20 June 2013 | Location: To be announced | Fee (non-members): € 250 | More information

Introductory classes: Friday May 24 (10.00 – 15.00) and Friday June 7 (10.00 – 15.00)
Return: Friday Augsust 23 (13.00 – 17.00)
Location: Radboud University Nijmegen.

RMa Cursus – Imagining the self and the other

2 May, 2013 - 5 June, 2013

Datum: 2 mei 2013 –  12 juni 2013 (bijeenkomsten op 2, 8, 15 en 22 mei, en 5 juni) | Tijd: 14:00 – 17:00 u (let op; op 15 mei van 10.00 – 13.00, op 22 mei en 5 juni tot 18:00 u) | Locatie: 2 mei BG5 2.29; 08 mei BG5 2.05; 15 mei PCH 1.14; 22 mei OMHP C2.05; 5 juni OMHP E2.12; allen Amsterdam (zie adressen onderaan dit document) | Bestemd voor:  Researchmaster-studenten; promovendi kunnen als auditors deelnemen | Kosten (niet leden): € 150 | Credits: 3 ECTS (certificaat op aanvraag) | Meer informatie

Cursus Cultuurhistorisch onderzoek

Amsterdam

7 February, 2013 - 5 June, 2013

Bestemd voor: Promovendi, verbonden aan het Huizinga Instituut | Urenbelasting: 6 ECTS | Data: 7 en 8 februari, 20 februari, 6 en 27 maart, 17 april en 5 juni | Locatie: 7 & 8 februari, Universiteitsbilbiotheek – Potgieterzaal, Singel 425, Amsterdam. 20 februari, 6 & 27 maart en 17 april,  Universiteit van Amsterdam Bungehuis zaal 1.01, Spuistraat 210, Amsterdam. 24 april (inhaalsessie) PC Hoofthuis 1.05, Spuistraat 134, Amsterdam. 5 juni, Oost Indischhuis – VOC Zaal, Kloveniersburgwal 48, Amsterdam  | Kosten (niet-leden):  € 250,00 | NB: Eerstejaars promovendi verbonden aan het Huizina Instituut worden automatisch aangemeld voor deze cursus. Meer informatie

  • I. Introductie: 7-8 februari 2013
  • II. Perspectieven en debatten: 20 februari, 6 en 27 maart, 17 april (iedere keer een ochtend en een middag sessie); bij uitzondering ook 24 april (alleen een middag sessie)
  • III. Schrijven paper: deadline 1 mei 2013
  • IV. Afsluitende bespreking: 5 juni 2013

Course oral history and life stories

10 January, 2013 - 24 January, 2013

Course oral history and life stories

Candidates: PhD candidates and advanced RMa students | Credits: 3 ECTS | Data: 10, 14, 17, 21 en 24 January 2013 | Location: all dates, UB – Potgieterzaal, except 17 January, Bungehuis 3.02, Spuistraat 210, Amsterdam| Fee: (non-members): € 250 | Max. number of participants: 15 | Teacher: prof. dr. Selma Leydesdorff (UvA) and various guest lecturers | THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED   More information


Master class – Catriona Seth (University of Nancy)

5 October, 2012

Fact and fiction in cultural history: Foundlings in enlightenment France

DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES, THIS MASTER CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Date: Friday 5 October 2012 | Venue: University library – Potgieterzaal, Singel 425, Amsterdam | Open to: PhD candidates and RMa students | Credits: 1 EC | Fee (non members): € 50.00 | More information

Summer School 2012 – National identity as cultural transfer

25 June, 2012 - 28 June, 2012

Summer School 2012 – National identity as cultural transfer

Candidates: PhD candidates and RMa students | Credits: 5 ECTS
Data: June 1 , Introduction on the theme | June 15, Preparing an intervention | 25 – 28 June, Summer school  2012 | Location: June 1 & 15, Bungehuis 0.04, Spuistraat 210, Amsterdam | June 25 & 26, Het Trippenhuis, Kloveniersburgwal 29, Amsterdam | June 27 & 28 Universiteitsbibliotheek – Potgieterzaal, Singel 425, Amsterdam | Fee (non-members): € 250 | More Information

Summer School 2013 – Cultures of war and peace – RMa Programme

17 June, 2013 - 20 June, 2013

Summer School 2013 – Cultures of war and peace – RMa Programme

Candidates: PhD candidates and RMa students | Credits: 5 ECTS | Data: June 17 to 20 June 2013 | Location: To be announced | Fee (non-members): € 250 | More information

Introductory classes: Friday May 24 (10.00 – 15.00) and Friday June 7 (10.00 – 15.00)
Return: Friday Augsust 23 (13.00 – 17.00)
Location: Radboud University Nijmegen

The RMa Programme is fully booked. If you want to be on the waiting list, please send an email to: huizinga-fgw@uva.nl (including motivation)

Master class – Harold J. Cook (Brown University)

13 December, 2012

Science, economy and the power of translation

Date: 13 December 2012 | Time: 10am-17pm | Venue: The Hague, Royal Library | Coordination: dr. Michiel van Groesen (UvA) | Open to: PhD candidates and advanced RMa students, Max. participants: 20 | Credits: 1 EC | Fee (non members): € 50.00 | More information


Preparation and readings:
Assignments and/or readings will be communicated in due course. PhD candidates and RMA students who will participate without presenting a paper are requested to hand in a one page motivation indicating what their (intended) research interests are and why they would like to join this master class.

Deadline final paper: mid-November
Deadline motivation: mid-November