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Course Programme 2021-2022

Registration for the courses of each academic year will open from September. More masterclasses and workshops will be added during the course of the academic year. Stay tuned for more information.

Upcoming

Workshop ‘Knowing and Manipulating Natures: Cultural History, Science and Global Environment in the Anthropocene’

Masterclass ‘Food & the environment: Rethinking the history of consumption’ by Dr. Peter van Dam (UvA)

PhD Core Course 1: Positioning and designing your research

Workshop Medical museums: material sources in medical history

Sustainability in Research Practices Part I: Photography for Research

Cultural Historian’s Toolbox (PhD Core Course 2): Digital Text Analysis – icw Huygens Institute and OSL

History of the Emotions Spring School: ‘Emotions and/as Politics, Economy, Community and Self’

RMA Thematic Course ‘History of Knowledge’

RMA Thematic course ‘Imagining the Self and the Other’

Sustainability in Research Practices Part II: Sustainable Research Archiving

Cancelled (moved to fall) – PhD Core Course 3: Huizinga PhD Conference at Dominicanenklooster Huissen

Huizinga/The Warburg Institute Masterclass with Professor Sigrid Weigel

RMA Thematic course ‘Heritage and Memory Theory Seminar’

Cultures of Science and Art in Rome, 1400-1900 (Huizinga/KNIR/Hertziana)

Huizinga Summer School 2022 ‘Applied Cultural History’

Past

Workshop ‘Outsmarting the Impostor: Cultural History & A Sense of Belonging in Academia’

Workshop ‘Approaches to Nostalgia’

Conference – Slavery in the Cultural Imagination Voices of Dissent in the Neerlandophone Space, 17th-21st Century

Huizinga/NICA Workshop ‘On Agency’

PhD Core Course 3: Huizinga PhD Conference at Dominicanenklooster Huissen

Cultural Historians Toolbox (PhD Core Course 2): Material & Visual Culture

RMA Thematic course ‘Key Concepts in Cultural History’

Cancelled: Masterclass Katrin Ettenhuber ‘Commonplacing as a Map to Early Modern Culture’

Cultural Historian’s Toolbox (PhD Core Course 2): ‘Wetenschappelijk Recenseren’

Masterclass ‘The Concept of Progress: New Explorations’

Huizinga Winter School: ‘Introduction to digital history. Critical approaches to your data’