History Research Seminar

lezingenreeks 2017-2018

 

12 October     Amy K. Levin (Northern Illinois University)

Drafting our Narrative: Museums and the Refugee Crisis Co-sponsored by the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture
 
2 November   Steffen Rimner (Utrecht University)

The Eye of the Global Beholder: Asia, International Relations and the Origins of Global Drug Control
 
14 December  Claire Shaw (University of Warwick)*

Signing Bolshevik: Deafness, Disability and Soviet Identity Politics The lecture will be translated to Nederlandse Gebarentaal (NGT)
 
8 February       Susanna Erlandsson (Uppsala University)

The Gendered Underpinnings of Foreign Policy: Diplomatic Culture in the 1940s
 
8 March            Angela Ki Che Leung (Hong Kong University)

Premodern Chinese Health History Co-sponsored by the Healthscaping Urban Europe-project
 
12 April             Andreea Badea (Deutsches Historisches Insitut Rome)

Using the Control. Erudite Censors and Reading Sinners in Early Modern Rome
 
3 May                Sofie Remijsen (University of Amsterdam)

The End of Greek Athletics. Are the Christians to Blame?
 
14 June              Klaas Stutje (ISSH/UvA)

Beyond Upper Digul, Labour Camps in the Netherlands Indies

 

 

All lectures are free and open to the public: VOC-zaal, Bushuis/Oost-Indisch Huis, 15:00–17:00 Drinks reception to follow
 *The lecture on 14 December is in the Doelenzaal (University Library)
 

Alle lezingen zijn gratis en toegankelijk voor alle belangstellenden: VOC-zaal, Bushuis/Oost-Indisch-Huis, 15.00–17:00 Een borrel na afloop.
 *De lezing op 14 december vindt plaats in de Doelenzaal (UB)

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History Research Seminar

13 oktober 2017