After over a year of hard work from our Programme Team and the PhD/ReMa Council, we are proud to present our new curriculum for PhD candidates and RMA students beginning in 2020-2021.
The new programme offers a coherent set of courses designed to meet the needs of our PhDs and RMAs, representing a wider range of cultural historical competences. New elements include the Cultural Historian’s Toolbox for PhDs, consisting of hands-on seminars on location, and Key Concepts in Cultural History for RMA students.
The new curriculum of the Huizinga Institute will become effective in the academic year 2020-2021. Read all about the programmes and curriculum on our PhD and RMA Education pages.