Registrations for 2020-2021  (semester 1 and parts of semester 2) will open in the beginning of september at the latest. We will keep you updated via email, our website and the monthly newsletter.

2020
Date

 

Course/eventTarget groupECTS
28 septemberHuizinga/NICA Workshop: Museums and the circulation of knowledge

Eve Kalyva (UvA)

PhD & ReMa1
13-14 OctoberCC3: PhD conference

Dominicanenklooster Huissen

PhD & ReMa1-2
30 OctoberMasterclass Erasmus Birthday Lecture – more information soonPhD & ReMa1
OktoberCC2: ‘Cultuurhistorisch Recenseren’

Floris Cohen (UU)

PhD & ReMa1
NovemberWorkshop in bibliography, palaeography and diplomatic transcription, organized by the Huizinga Working Group Visual and Material CulturePhD & ReMa1
19-29 NovemberHuizinga/KNIR International Course in Rome: Cultures of Science and Art in Rome, 1400-1900

Matthijs Jonker (KNIR) and Sietske Fransen (Hertziana)

[fully booked: moved from May 2020 to November 2020 because of coronavirus. New opportunity in May 2021]

PhD & ReMa5
Nov-DecRMA Thematic course: Gender, Sexuality and Generation

Geertje Mak (KNAW/UvA)

ReMa5
Nov-DecRMA Thematic course: Key Concepts in Cultural History

Willemijn Ruberg (UU)

ReMa5
Nov-Dec [tbc]CC2: Memory Studies

Barbara Henkes (RUG), Dienke Hondius (VU), Susan Hogervorst (OU/EUR)

PhD & ReMa2
Dec/JanWinter School 2020: Doing digital history. Critical approaches to your data
Norah Karrouche (EUR), Maarten van Dijck (EUR)
PhD & ReMa5
2021
DatumCursus/evenementDoelgroepECTS
Jan-MayCC1: Positioning and designing your research

Harald Hendrix (UU)

PhD year 14
12 JanuaryWorkshop Cultural perceptions of safety. Reflecting on modern and pre-modern feelings of safety in literature, philosophy, art and history

Gemma Blok (OU) and Martje aan de Kerk (OU)

PhD & ReMa1-2
FebruaryTwo-day Transcribathon. Transcribing early modern Dutch MS recipe books, organized by the Huizinga Working Group Visual and Material CulturePhD & ReMa1
Feb-MarchHuizinga/OSL workshop ‘From Distant Reading to Distant Viewing: Using Computer Vision to Enrich Historical and Literary Research’PhD & ReMa1
Feb-March [tbc]CC2: Digital Text Analysis

Huygens Institute

PhD & ReMa2
10 maartWorkshop ‘National identities from below’ with Maatschappij der Nederlandsche Letterkunde.

Dr. Anne Petterson (RU)

PhD & ReMa1
AprilCC3: PhD conference

Dominicanenklooster Huissen

PhD & ReMa1-2
AprilWorkshop Cooking the Archives. Documenting and analysing reconstructions of early modern recipes. Organised by the Huizinga Working Group Visual and Material CulturePhD & ReMa1-2
April-MayRMA Thematic course: Popular Culture and History

Rachel Gillet (UU), Jochen Hung (UU)

ReMa5
April-MayRMA Thematic course: Heritage and Memory Theory Seminar

Docent: Ihab Saloul (UvA)

ReMa5
13-23 MayHuizinga/KNIR International Course in Rome: Cultures of Science and Art in Rome, 1400-1900

Matthijs Jonker (KNIR) and Sietske Fransen (Hertziana)

PhD & ReMa5
MayCC2: Material & Visual Culture

Ann-Sophie Lehmann (RUG)

PhD & ReMa2
JulyHuizinga Summer School 2021: Cultures of Reconciliation

Jan Frans van Dijkhuizen (UL)

PhD & ReMa5
Total ECTS  63

More masterclasses and workshops will be added and advertised during the course of the academic year.