After over a year of hard work from our Programme Team and the PhD/ReMa council, we are proud to present our new and strengthened curriculum for PhD candidates and RMA students.
We felt it was time to consider afresh the aims, structure and organisation of the Huizinga Institute’s teaching programme. We aspired to develop a coherent set of courses that is adapted to the changing needs of our PhDs and RMAs. In the new programme there is more focus on cultural historical competences and active student participation. Furthermore, we aimed to involve all participating universities more strongly, as well as non-academic cultural institutions, making the programme richer and more diverse.
The new curriculum of the Huizinga Institute will become effective in the academic year 2020-2021. Read all about the PhD programme here and the RMA programme here. An overview of our courses and activities for 2020-2021 can be found here.