Huizinga ReMa/PhD curriculum 2019-2020

We are proud to present our ReMa and PhD curriculum for the forthcoming academic year. Keep an eye on our website for detailed information on each course.

 

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 data’ (July 2020, 5 ECTS)
  • International Course: TBA (5 ECTS)

Core curriculum PhD candidates:

  • PhD conference I (October 2019, 3 ECTS)
  • CCOI: Research into Cultural History Course (January-May 2020, 5 ECTS)
  • PhD conference II (Spring 2020, 3 ECTS)
  • CCOII: Anxiety with Sources (Spring 2020, 1 ECTS)
    Core curriculum ReMa-courses are also open to PhD candidates

Masterclasses, workshops and ateliers (open to both Research master students and PhD candidates):

  • Workshop ‘De casus Beverland: uitdagingen van cultuurhistorisch onderzoek naar een veelzijdige persoon’ (25 October 2019, Dutch spoken, 1 ECTS)
  • Masterclass i.c.w. the annual History of Food Symposium – (Post)colonial Foodways (November 2019, 1 ECTS, title TBA)
  • Masterclass i.c.w. the annual Erasmus Birthday Lecture – (November 2019, 0 ECTS, title TBA)
  • Workshop ‘The Reflexive Historian’ (November 2019, 1 ECTS)
  • Masterclass with Alison Landsberg i.c.w. the conference ‘The Stage of War: Academic and popular representations of large-scale conflicts’ (26-27 March 2020, 1 ECTS, title TBA)
  • Atelier Wetenschappelijk recenseren (Spring, 1 ECTS)

And more TBA