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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
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21 May 2019 14:00
Sander Govaerts, ASH PhD candidate, will defend the dissertation entitled 'Mosasaurs. Interactions between Armies and Ecosystems in the Meuse Region, 1250-1850' supervised by Prof. Guy Geltner and Prof. Mieke Aerts.
24 May 2019 13:00 - 17:30
In the thirty years after it ended, the Cold War has continued to fascinate scholars and the public alike. From new information from archives all over the world, to changing perspectives on its place in the ...
29 May 2019 10:00
Ingeborg van Vugt, ASH PhD candidate, will defend the dissertation entitled 'The structure and dynamics of scholarly networks between the Dutch Republic and the Grand Duchy of Tuscany in the 17th century' supervised ...
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.
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15 May 2019
The Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry invites submissions for the 10th Annual Postgraduate Workshop. This year’s topic is “Society and the Creation of (al)Chemical Knowledge”. Hosted by the Ritman ...
4 April 2019
The Faculty of Humanities invites applications for 0.5 FTE PhD Finishing Fellowships, tenable from January 1, 2020. Each fellowship will be for a period of up to 12 months. The award holder is required to deliver a ...
27 March 2019
This conference focuses on the development of a science-based conservation practice and the emergence of art history as a ‘science of art’ (or Kunstwissenschaft) in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (1850-1950).
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