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Course Programme 2020-2021

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

Cultures of Science and Art in Rome, 1400-1900 (Huizinga/KNIR/Hertziana) – moved to July/August

Past

Masterclass ‘The Sciences of Sexual Desire’

Huizinga/NICA Workshop: ‘Museums and the circulation of knowledge’

PhD Core Course 3: Huizinga PhD Conference at Dominicanenklooster Huissen [online]

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

RMA Thematic course: ‘Gender, Sexuality and Generation: history van geslacht op geslacht’

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

RMA Thematic course ‘Key Concepts in Cultural History’

Three-day Online Writing Retreat

PhD-workshop ‘Taking Stock: Gains, Losses and Helpful Coordinates for the Covid19-Context’ by Dr Anna Tijsseling

Cultural perceptions of safety. Reflecting on modern and pre-modern feelings of safety in literature, philosophy, art and history

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

Online Masterclass ‘Navigating the Book: book design, paratext, and reading experience in the premodern period (c. 1400-1600)’

PhD Core Course 1: Positioning and designing your research

Workshop ‘National Identities From Below’ (Maatschappij der Nederlandsche Letterkunde/Huizinga Institute)

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

PhD Core Course 3: Huizinga PhD Conference at Dominicanenklooster Huissen

RMA Thematic course ‘Popular Culture and History’

Cultural Historians Toolbox (PhD Core Course 2): Material & Visual Culture – POSTPONED to fall 2021

RMA Thematic course ‘Heritage and Memory Theory Seminar’

PhD online Meet-up: ‘Working from home – staying motivated and in touch’

Three-day Online Writing Retreat

Huizinga Summer School 2021: ‘Cultural Histories of Reconciliation: Narratives, Representations, Practices’

Huizinga Winter School (rescheduled): ‘Doing digital history. Critical approaches to your data’