Huizinga ReMa/PhD curriculum 2019-2020

We are proud to present our ReMa and PhD curriculum for the forthcoming academic year:   Core curriculum Research master students:  Research Master course ‘Cultures of Reading’ (May/June 2020, 5 ECTS) Research Master course ‘Heritage and Memory Theory Seminar’ (May/June 2020, 5 ECTS) Huizinga Summer School 2020: ‘Doing digital history. Critical approaches to your […]

Invitation next meeting Huizinga Working Group on Utopia and Social Dreaming: Lecture by dr. Vera Alexander – 11 December 2019, Groningen

Invitation: next meeting Huizinga Institute Working Group on Utopia and Social Dreaming in Connected and Entangled Perspective   Entangled Gardens: Heterotopian Relationality in Romesh Gunesekera’s The Prisoner of Paradise (2012) Dr. Vera Alexander Senior Lecturer, European Languages and Cultures University of Groningen Location & time: Room 015 at the OBS 23 (Oude Boteringestraat 23) on […]

Uitnodiging Projectgroep Egodocumenten Huizinga Instituut – 28 February 2020, Amsterdam

Uitnodiging Projectgroep Egodocumenten Huizinga Instituut Vrijdag 28 februari, 14.00-17.00 uur Universiteitsbibliotheek, Belle van Zuylenzaal Singel 425 1012 WP Amsterdam Programma Lezing door Martijn Wink over het dagboek van Franz Friedrich Christian Steinmetz die als majoor van de artillerie in 1808 en 1809 deelnam aan een veldtocht in Spanje, waar hij sneuvelde, met nieuw ontdekte informatie […]

Looking back: first two meetings Huizinga Instituut Working Group on Utopia and Social Dreaming in Connected and Entangled Perspective

The Huizinga Instituut Working Group on utopia and Social Dreaming in Connected and Entangled Perspective conducted its first two sessions in September and November. Our first session had group member Dr Carolien Stolte, University Lecturer in History at leiden University, presenting an article by her on ‘”The People’s Bandung”: Local Anti-imperialists on an Afro-Asian Stage’, […]

Doing History Reflexively – a workshop led by prof. dr. Ann Rigney – 4 February 2020

Date: 4 February 2020 Time: 13.00 – 17.00 Venue: Utrecht University, Van Ravesteynzaal (1.06), Kromme Nieuwegracht 80. Open to: PhD candidates who are a member of the Huizinga Institute Credits: 1 ECTS (available upon request) Coordination: Thomas Delpeut & Jon Verriet Maximum no. of participants:  15 Language: English Registration: Unfortunately this workshop is fully booked […]

Huizinga-Masterclass Grantley McDonald: ‘Negotiating orthodoxy: Erasmus and the theological implications of biblical philology’ (1 ECTS) – Amsterdam, 6 December 2019

Masterclass honouring the 40th Erasmus Birthday Lecture Grantley McDonald: Negotiating orthodoxy: Erasmus and the theological implications of biblical philology ReMa-students and PhD candidates can participate for 1 ECTS (for attending both the lecture and the masterclass). The Huizinga Institute will offer a certificate of participation afterwards. Please apply before 22 November via this link Date […]

Huizinga Summer School 2020: ‘Doing digital history. Critical approaches to your data’ (5 ECTS)

Dates and time: 8-9-10 July 2020 Venue: Erasmus University Rotterdam Open to: RMa Students and PhD students who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool). Members of the Huizinga Institute will have first access until 1 December 2019. Fee (nonmembers of a Dutch National Research School): € 250 Credits: 5 ECTS Coordination: […]

Call for proposals: Organise your own Huizinga Institute Masterclass, Workshop, Atelier or Seminar (ReMa/PhD level)

Application procedure: fill out our application form and send it to huizinga@uu.nl Application deadline: 1 January 2020. The Huizinga Institute offers Research Master students and PhD candidates , as well as senior members, the opportunity to organise a masterclass, workshop, Atelier or Seminar about a subject of their choosing within the field of cultural history. […]

Share your plans: organize a masterclass, workshop or other Huizinga-activity

Our goal is to give you the best education opportunities possible. That requires a demand-driven programme, for which we need your help. Do you miss anything in the Huizinga Institute’s programme? And do you have ideas for a ReMa-PhD Masterclass, Workshop, Atelier or course? Or an activity focused on community/platform building? For examples, see our […]