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Amsterdam School of Historical Studies

Representing and fostering the study of the human past from Antiquity to the present day
About ASH
About ASH
Research
Research
PhD programme
PhD programme
ASH in society
ASH in society
Researchers
Researchers
For members
For members
Upcoming events More events
19 Nov 2019 13:00 - 17:00
The Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture (AHM) and the discipline Cultural Studies of the University of Amsterdam invite you to attend the symposium 'Museums and monuments: in the city, of the ...
19 Nov 2019 16:00 - 17:30
Institutions - the social and political "rules of the game" - are widely viewed as central to economic growth. But what kind of institution makes an economy work better for everyone, and what kind mainly serves the ...
20 Nov 2019 17:00
Liminoid spaces are spaces where everyday life dimensions and experiences are transgressed. The paper explores seaside resorts as liminoid spaces and examines different dimensions of liminality: spatial, social and ...
Research
ASH integrates a variety of (inter)disciplinary perspectives, including history, history of art, literature and religious studies. It encourages collaborations between scholars along thematic lines and in terms of period.
PhD programme
ASH’s vibrant PhD community is very much at the heart of its activities. It has over 40 PhD candidates employed by the faculty and 50 registered externally or self-funded PhD candidates.
News More news
11 November 2019
The Project "The Invention of the Refugee’’ just launched their website. It features blogs, news, project descriptions and future events. The website belongs to the NWO VICI programme The Invention of the Refugee in ...
11 November 2019
The Vossius Center at the University of Amsterdam will host a two-day workshop on 7-8 May 2020, entitled “How Disciplines Interact”.*
11 October 2019
Rosalind Brown-Grant (University of Leeds, PI) and Mario Damen (ASH, Co-I) have been awarded the AHRC Research Networking Grant for “The Joust as Performance: Pas d’armes and Late Medieval Chivalry”.
Contact
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