RSPH Opening of the Academic Year – Friday 22 September 2023 with Susie Protschky and René Koekkoek


The annual opening of the academic year of the RSPH takes place on 22 September 2023, Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam. Our recently appointed colleague Susie Protschky of the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam will focus on “global perspectives on political history”. After the keynote, dr. René Koekkoek will interview prof. dr. Susie Protschky.


OPG/RSPH Annual Report 2022

The 2022 Annual Report of the Research School of Political History is available and can be downloaded from the website.

Symposium | De politieke restauratie. Nieuwe perspectieven op het vroege Koninkrijk der Nederlanden (1813-1848)

Vrijdag 6 oktober 2023, Nina van Leerzaal, Allard Pierson, Amsterdam


Platform Duitse Geschiedenis

Graag kondigen wij een nieuw initiatief aan: het Platform Duitse Geschiedenis (PDG), een netwerk van historici aan Nederlandse universiteiten en wetenschappelijke instellingen.



Training RSPH

PhD Training Program 2023-2024

Check out our training program for PhD candidates for the new academic year (2023-2024). 

PhD Training program 2023-2024 brochure

Would you like to register for the RSPH as a PhD candidate? Please get in touch with the coordinator of your graduate school, fill out our RSPH Registration form PhD candidates and send it to:

RMA Training Program 2023-2024

Check out our training program for RMA’s for the new academic year.

RMA Training program 2023-2024

Do you want to register for the RSHP? Then fill out the Registration Form RSPH – RMA 2023-2024 and send it to:


First RSPH/OPG PhD Writing Retreat

From 21 until 24 August 2023, the first RSPH/OPG Writing Retreat took place.
Five PhD candidates participated in this retreat in the Dominicanenklooster in Huissen.


Workshop | ‘Data management and analysis for historical research in Nodegoat’

How do you organize your sources and data? This is an essential question for anyone doing historical research. In this workshop, historians (in training) will learn to work with the research environment Nodegoat in order to store, organize, connect and analyze their own data in a relational database.