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Results: 21 - 40 of 466
  • 24 May 2019
    Sizing up the Cold War

    13:00 - 17:30 | Symposium

    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 ...

  • 21 May 2019
    PhD defense: Sander Govaerts

    14:00 | Event

    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.

  • 17 May 2019
    AHM logo

    15:30 - 19:00 | Lecture

    Katarina Batur, research assistant at the Department of Archaeology, University of Zadar, and team member of the project AdriaS , will present the next lecture in the AHM Lecture Series, 'AdriaS-Archaeology of ...

  • 15 May 2019
    PhD defense: Rosanne Baars

    13:00 | Event

    Rosanne Baars, ASH PhD candidate, will defend the dissertation entitled 'Rumours of revolt. Civil war and the emergence of a transnational news culture in France and the Netherlands, 1561-1598' supervised by Prof. ...

  • 9 May 2019
    Deep History in 18th century
    Workshop with Martin Rudwick

    10:30 | Workshop

    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 ...

  • 8 May 2019
    Technical Art History Colloquium

    17:00 - 18:00 | Event

    This edition of the Technical Art History Colloquium will be organised in Utrecht and focuses on the Politics and Materiality of Expertise with a lecture by Noémie Étienne (University of Bern).

  • 8 May 2019
    A scholar in his Study
    Vossius Seminar with Martin J.S. Rudwick

    14:00 | Lecture

    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 ...

  • Start 8 May 2019
    End 10 May 2019
    ASH / The making of the Art Expertise conference May 2019
    The Making of Art Expertise: Changing Practices of Art History and Conservation, 1850-1950


    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).

  • 30 Apr 2019
    Engraving from Vincent Levinus's 1715
    A particular kind of gentilism? Buddhism in early modern European thought

    16:00 - 17:30 | Symposium

    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.

  • 30 Apr 2019
    From idolatry to religions: the missionary discourse on Buddhism and the invention of theistic Confucianism, 1550-1700

    16:00 - 18:30 | Event

    Lecture by Joan Pau Rubiés (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

  • 26 Apr 2019
    Pictorial Space in the Late Middle Ages and Early Renaissance

    09:15 - 17:15 | Workshop

    This one-day workshop provides participants with opportunities to explore their own ‘perspectives’ on pictorial space in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance art through presentation and discussion.

  • 17 Apr 2019
    Modern History Lecture by Martin Thomas

    17:00 - 18:30 | Lecture

    Martin Thomas (Professor of History at the University of Exeter) will give the lecture "Decolonisation, Globalisation, and Co-Imperialism". The lecture is organised by the Modern History Research Group. Martin Thomas ...

  • 17 Apr 2019
    The Camera as a Witness

    10:15 - 18:00 | Symposium

    As part of the exhibition “The Persecution of the Jews in Photographs. The Netherlands 1940-1945” in Amsterdam (National Holocaust Museum), the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies kindly invites ...

  • 9 Apr 2019
    ACSGA colloquium 'Black in the Art of Rembrandt's Time'

    15:30 - 17:00 | Lecture

    In this colloquium Mark Ponte and David de Witt will present preliminary results of their research for the exhibition Black in the Art of Rembrandt’s Time, at the Rembrandt House Museum from March to May, 2020. The ...

  • 5 Apr 2019
    The Historical Rise of the Dizi Genre: Memory and Politics of Television in Turkey

    16:00 - 17:30 | Event

    The presentation will focus on the development of the dizi genre since the mid-1990s.

  • 3 Apr 2019
    Models of Balance and Their Role in the Formation of Ideas, 1250-1375

    16:00 - 18:00 | Lecture

    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.

  • 3 Apr 2019
    PhD defense: Petra van den Boomgaard

    13:00 | Event

    Petra van den Boomgaard, ASH PhD candidate, will defend the dissertation entitled 'Voor de nazi’s geen Jood. Hoe ruim 2500 Joden door ontduiking van rassenvoorschriften aan de deportaties zijn ontkomen' supervised by ...

  • 28 Mar 2019
    ASH / Smolinska Lecture / Malgorzata Dewidek, Ponglish
    The reading of the unreadable

    17:00 - 18:00 | Lecture

    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
    Amsterdam School of Historical Studies / Stacius
    An authorized desertion. Ovid’s model in Statius’ silva 1.2

    17:00 | Lecture

    Gianpiero Rosati will give the lecture 'An authorized desertion. Ovid’s model in Statius’ silva 1.2' in the Amsterdam Classics Seminar

  • 22 Mar 2019
    The Avenging Archangel

    16:30 - 18:30 | Lecture

    In the 1960s Surrealism made a comeback in Europe and the US after being almost entirely ignored through the previous decade, when leading art critics and magazines favoured abstract, minimalist and conceptual art.