Organising a Huizinga masterclass or workshop
Also for Research Master students and PhD candidates!
Masterclasses and workshops
The Huizinga Institute offers several masterclasses and workshops each year. These are usually half day to one day activities that focus on a specific theme. The masterclasses and workshops are aimed at Research Master students and PhD candidates (ca. 10-15 participants per activity).
Masterclasses or workshops may be organised by ReMa students and PhD candidates themselves or by senior Huizinga members. We always welcome proposals and have funding available for selected plans.
Proposed activities may take different forms, such as a research seminar with (international) experts or a more practice-oriented workshop in the (work)field, and may be aimed at any subdiscipline in the broad cultural historical field.
How do I organise a Huizinga masterclass or workshop?
Do you miss anything in Huizinga’s curriculum? Is there a theme that deserves more attention, a skill you want to develop, or a senior researcher that you always wanted to invite? Don’t hesitate and make use of the opportunities we offer, whether you are first-year ReMa student or a PhD candidate in your final year. We offer practical assistance, funding, and a national platform in Cultural History. Student organisers will receive ECTS credits for their activities as organisers.
If you have something in mind, please contact Huizinga coordinator Annelien Krul (email@example.com). She is happy to discuss options and answer any questions. The next step is to submit your proposal. We will fill out the application form together. If you don’t need assistance in this phase, you may of course send in the filled out application form directly to firstname.lastname@example.org, after which we will contact you.
Your proposal will be reviewed by the Huizinga Institute’s Programme Team, and after approval we can start planning.
Some recent examples of Huizinga masterclasses and activities organised by members can be found below:
- Masterclass by Benjamin Schmidt: ‘Violent images, violence against images: the visual culture of violence in the in early modern period’ (March 2019)
- Masterclass – Professor Toyin Falola (University of Texas): ‘The Academy and the Idea of Decolonisation’ (December 2018)
- Workshop – Professor Clive Webb (University of Sussex): ‘Voices Unheard. Intersections of Race in Transnational and Postcolonial Research’ (November 2018)
- Masterclass by Yasmin Haskell: Passions for and of Learning in the Early Modern Period (November 2018)
- Workshop ‘Cultural Associations in the Long 19th Century: Agents of Transnational (Ex)change’ (November 2018)