Call: 6e Uitgeverij Verloren/Johan de Witt-scriptieprijs

Uitgeverij Verloren/Johan de Witt-scriptieprijs 2019 Voor de zesde keer reikt de historische vereniging Vrienden van De Witt een prijs uit voor de beste universitaire geschiedenisscriptie die betrekking heeft op de Republiek der Nederlanden in de zeventiende eeuw. Dit jaar gebeurt dat samen met Uitgeverij Verloren te Hilversum (www.verloren.nl) en Elsevier Weekblad. De prijs heeft als […]

Lectures: Art DiFuria on Heemskerck & Ed Wouk on Frans Floris – 12 June 2019, Leiden

Art DiFuria on Heemskerck & Ed Wouk on Frans Floris Art History Leiden invites you to talks on two of the most important Netherlandish antiquarian artists of the sixteenth century. Art DiFuria, author of the newly launched Heemskerck’s Rome: Antiquity, Memory, and the Cult of Ruins (Brill, 2019) uses select images from the Leiden print collection to discuss the […]

Lancering ATHENA: Flora en fauna in historisch perspectief – Utrecht, 1 July 2019

Op 1 juli 2019 wordt ATHENA gelanceerd. ATHENA is een portal in ontwikkeling waarin een enorme hoeveelheid informatie over biodiversiteit in Nederland wordt samengebracht. Het doel van ATHENA is het vergemakkelijken en stimuleren van interdisciplinair onderzoek naar biodiversiteit. Natuurliefhebbers en onderzoekers kunnen straks de ontwikkelingen van dieren en planten in Nederland door de eeuwen heen […]

Masterclass David Pomfret (University of Hong Kong): Foregrounding marginal groups in historical analysis – Nijmegen, 8 July 2019

Foregrounding marginal groups in historical analysis Masterclass with David M. Pomfret Date: July 8 2019, 10.00 – 14.00, lunch included Venue: Radboud University Nijmegen, SP A 01.12 Open to: PhD candidates and research master students. David Pomfret’s seminal work Youth and Empire has convincingly shown the value of integrating historically marginal groups of people, such […]

Symposium Dynamics in the international reception of the Reformation – TU Kampen, 27 June 2019

Symposium Dynamics in the international reception of the Reformation Donderdag 27 juni 2019 Dit symposium wordt georganiseerd door Sabine Hiebsch (Kooiman-Boendermaker Leerstoel voor Luther en de geschiedenis van het Nederlandse lutheranisme (TU Kampen) en Eveline van Staalduine-Sulman (leerstoel voor de receptiegeschiedenis van de Hebreeuwse Bijbel in de Oudheid) (VU). Meer informatie en aanmelding: www.pepredikanten.nl/dynamics Although […]

Public lecture by Richard Whatmore (Saint-Andrews): The future of intellectual history – Amsterdam, 11 June 2019

The future of intellectual history – Public lecture by Richard Whatmore (St Andrews) WHEN Tuesday 11 June, 16.00-17.30 WHERE Amsterdam, Bushuis, VOC-zaal Organised by the Global Intellectual History Research Group at the University of Amsterdam & Utrecht University Biography Richard Whatmore is Professor of History at the University of St Andrews and Director of the […]

CANCELED: Presentation Yearbook of Women’s History: Building Bodies: Transnational Historical Approaches to Sport, Gender and Ethnicities – Amsterdam, 21 June 2019

  Op vrijdag 21 juni wordt de 38e editie van het Yearbook of Women’s History (voormalig het Jaarboek voor vrouwengeschiedenis) gepresenteerd. Het thema van dit jaarboek is Building Bodies: Transnational Historical Approaches to Sport, Gender and Ethnicities. De boekpresentatie vindt plaats in Atria, Kennisinstituut voor Emancipatie en Vrouwengeschiedenis, Vijzelstraat 20 te Amsterdam, van 17:00-18:00. Tijdens […]

Workshop “Thinking like a database: Digitizing and analysing data in the Humanities” – Amsterdam, 4-5 July 2019

“Thinking like a database: Digitizing and analysing data in the Humanities” Scholars in the humanities work with many different kinds of materials and sources. We risk being overwhelmed with the available amount of information, and our organizational computer skills rarely go beyond organizing files in a hierarchy of folders and sub-folders. Working within large amounts […]

Conference: Oracle of Amsterdam – Life stories of refugees and their cultural participation in European cities, 28 June 2019

Oracle of Amsterdam conference Life stories of refugees and their cultural participation in European cities   When: 28 June 2019, from 9.30h -18h Where: Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam, The Netherlands   Language: English To register: please see link below Preliminary program 28 June 2019 More details about the program – the names of the key-note speakers, moderators […]

CFP: ‘Blasphemy and Violence. Interdependencies since 1760’. Ghent, 5-6 March 2020 (DL: 1/8/2019)

CFP: ‘Blasphemy and Violence. Interdependencies since 1760’. Ghent, 5-6 March 2020 (DL: 1/8/2019)   Liberas (Ghent, Belgium) in conjunction with the School of History, Religion and Philosophy at Oxford Brookes University (Oxford, United Kingdom) and the Leibniz Institute of European History (Mainz, Germany) announce a Call for Papers for a conference and subsequent edited volume […]

Workshop Digital Humanities for Oral historians: ‘The Case Of Interview Data: A multidisciplinary approach to the use of technology in research using interview methods’, Utrecht – 9 July 2019

DH2019 Workshop: The Case Of Interview Data: A multidisciplinary approach to the use of technology in research using interview methods Tuesday 9th July 9.00 -13.00 – Utrecht When considering research processes that involve interview data, we observe a variety of scholarly approaches, that are typically not shared across disciplines. Scholars hold on to engrained research […]