Studenten geschiedenis kunnen opnieuw meedingen naar de Elsevier/Johan de Witt-scriptieprijs. De historische vereniging Vrienden van De Witt reikt deze prijs dit jaar samen met het weekblad Elsevier voor de vijfde maal uit. De prijs gaat naar de beste universitaire geschiedenis-scriptie die betrekking heeft op de Republiek der Nederlanden in de 17e eeuw.
On April 4th and 5th, 2019, Leiden University Centre for Arts in Society (LUCAS) will be hosting a conference, called ‘Animals: Theory, Practice, and Representation’. This graduate conference is an international and interdisciplinary platform where PhD and master students can present, exchange, and discuss research results and innovative theoretical insights with participants from diverse backgrounds.
8 November 2018. A day with public lectures as a part of the activities linked to the exhibition “De Stad als Klooster” about religious reading cultures between city and convent in the late Middle Ages, in the Museum voor Religieuze Kunst/Museum for Religious Art in Uden; with the possibility to visit the exhibition.
The Centre for Urban History (University of Antwerp, Faculty of Arts, Department of History) is seeking to fill four full-time PhD vacancies. Closing date: July 2nd 2018.
The course, held from 7 until 23 August, will introduce the main aspects of the theory and methodology of conceptual analysis by discussing the work of scholars such as Reinhart Koselleck, Quentin Skinner, J. G. A. Pocock, Michel Foucault, Pierre Rosanvallon and Dipesh Chakrabarty. It welcomes PhD and advanced Master’s degree students from a range of academic disciplines.
The Centre for the Study of Medicine and the Body in the Renaissance (CSMBR) in cooperation with Fondazione Comel–Institutio Santoriana, University of Padua and Studio Firmano for the History of Medicine and Science is pleased to announce an International Summer School The Kiln, the Alembic, and the Clockwork Early Modern Representations of the Body and its Changing Matter […]
Reenacting sensitive pasts with Bill Niven and Vanessa Agnew
Het Veteraneninstituut en het Koninklijk Tehuis voor Oud-Militairen en Museum Bronbeek organiseren op donderdag 14 juni het Symposium ‘Uitgesproken Geschiedenis. Kansen & Valkuilen van Oral History’.
On June 14 and 15 the conference ‘Mixed Feelings. Literary Hispanophilia and Hispanophobia in England and the Netherlands in the Early Modern Period and in the Nineteenth Century’ will take place at the University of Amsterdam.
On Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th May 2018, the SoundMe teams present their research to scholars and to the general public. We shall discuss our work with experts in medieval and early modern studies from around the world, showcase the contributions of our Associate Partners, and go beyond the traditional academic conference format by exploring interactive and performative ways of sharing knowledge and research results.
Dinsdag 22 mei 2018
In de Oude Zaal van de Tweede Kamer
The Amsterdam School of Historical Studies (ASH), one of six research schools in the Amsterdam Institute for Humanities Research at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), currently has two vacant postdoctoral positions as part of the European Commission Horizon 2020 project European Colonial Heritage Modalities in Entangled Cities (ECHOES): Postdoctoral researcher ‘Europeanizing Colonial Heritage’ Read more […]
The two-day conference Imagineering Violence, which is to be held on 21 and 22 March 2019 in Amsterdam, aims to analyze early modern techniques of representing violence and their transformations over time.
Op 7 juni vindt aan de Radboud Universiteit een mini-symposium plaats over water.
4-15 June, Amsterdam. The Freedom of the Streets project, supported by the Amsterdam School of Historical Studies, invites early career researchers working on mobilities, be it implicitly or explicitly, to participate in a writing summer school.