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Course Programme 2023-2024

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.


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

RMA Thematic course: ‘Cultures of Reading’

Medieval and Early Modern Studies Spring School 2024: Landscape History & Ecology

RNW Archives of Power/The Power of Archives Masterclass with Francesca Trivellato (IAS)

Summer School 2024: ‘The Origins of Archives’

KB Summerschool Digitale Collecties – i.s.m. het Huizinga Instituut


Workshop ‘Het verleden informeert de toekomst: hoe kunnen we een volgende gezondheidscrisis voorkomen?’

Life, Traces & Stories – A Masterclass with Julie Rak

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

RMA Thematic course: ‘Writing environmental history in the Anthropocene’

PhD Career Day 2023

RMA Thematic course ‘Key Concepts in Cultural History’

Ego-documents Expert Exchange

Workshop ‘Future Thinking and Practices in Premodern Economy, Society, and Culture’

Workshop ‘Photography in historical research. Evidence, atrocity, ethics’

PhD Writing Retreat at Dominicanenklooster Huissen

Huizinga Winter School: ‘Doing digital history: Analyze and visualize your data’

Workshop ‘Human/Nature: Cultural History for a Changing World’

RMA Thematic course: ‘History of Emotions’

Cultural Historian’s Toolbox (PhD Core Course 2): Oral History and Cultural Memory

PhD Core Course 1: Positioning and designing your research

The Sensory Archive: Reading, transcribing, and preparing Early Modern manuscript recipes

Gender and/in Animal History – A Masterclass with Prof. Sandra Swart (Stellenbosch University)

Workshop ‘How to write and publish your first journal article’

PhD Core Course 3: Huizinga PhD Conference

Writing Popular History: Narrative, Perspective, and Audience – A Workshop with Dr Caroline Dodds Pennock

PhD Core Course 2 (Toolbox): Writing history using literary styles and techniques

Masterclass Kathryn Smith (Stellenbosch University): ‘From Colonial Archive to Story: Critical Fabulation as (Art) Historical Method’

PhD Writing Retreat at Dominicanenklooster Huissen