As a PhD student you may read and work with academic texts on a daily basis, but still find it difficult to produce texts that meet the high standards of the academic genre. The Graduate School offers an advanced ...
28 Mar 2019
The reading of the unreadable
Prof. Dr. Marta Smolińska (Poznań) will present the lecture "The reading of the unreadable. Illegibility as a critical strategy in Polish art since 1945 until today".
28 Mar 2019
An authorized desertion. Ovid’s model in Statius’ silva 1.2
Gianpiero Rosati will give the lecture 'An authorized desertion. Ovid’s model in Statius’ silva 1.2' in the Amsterdam Classics Seminar
3 Apr 2019
Models of Balance and Their Role in the Formation of Ideas, 1250-1375
Joel Kaye’s presentation centers on the changing ways that balance has been modeled over historical time and the profound impact these changing models exercise in the realm of ideas.
30 Apr 2019
A particular kind of gentilism? Buddhism in early modern European thought
Prof. Joan-Pau Rubiés (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) will give the lecture "A particular kind of gentilism? Buddhism in early modern European thought" in the Utrecht/Amsterdam Seminar Global Intellectual History
8 May 2019
Vossius Seminar with Martin J.S. Rudwick
Martin J.S. Rudwick (professor emeritus at the University of California, San Diego) will give the lecture "From Natural History to the History of Nature" hosted by the Vossius Center (UvA) in cooperation with the ...
9 May 2019
Workshop with Martin Rudwick
The Amsterdam School for Historical Studies (UvA) will host a workshop on ‘deep history in the long eighteenth century’ with the prominent historian of science Martin Rudwick (University of Cambridge). We welcome ...