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May 2020

Cancelled, to be rescheduled: Research Seminar “Rethinking repertoires: how ordinary people conducted politics in the nineteenth century”

May 29 @ 08:00 - 17:00
University of Ghent,

Unfortunately, we will also have to reschedule the Seminar Rethinking repertoires. More information will follow. All best, RSPH   Rethinking repertoires: how ordinary people conducted politics in the nineteenth century. Our seminar on 19th century popular politics and the ways in which ordinary people could shape the world around them is now open for registration. Our starting point is the work of the eminent historical sociologist Charles Tilly, who put forth the idea of protest repertoires. Like street musicians, ordinary more »

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June 2020

Summer School

June 22 - June 26
P.J. Vethgebouw 0.06; Nonnensteeg 3; Leiden,

The Summer School New approaches to the history of nationalism of the Research School Political History, will take place online, participants are informed. Registration is closed. Topic Nations are ‘imagined communities’ that are constructed through ‘invented traditions’. Based on the classical studies by Benedict Anderson, Eric Hobsbawm and Ernest Gellner, this still is the dominant modernist interpretation of nations and nationalism. Recently, however, various innovative studies have provided fresh interpretations of the rise and evolution of nationalism over the last more »

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June 2021

International Conference

23 June 2021 - 25 June 2021
Amsterdam, tba,

How to study political history today will be the overarching theme of the international conference political history which the RSPH will organize in cooperation with the Association for Political History. The conference takes place in Amsterdam 2021, June 23-25.

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