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November 2020

OPG Workshop Interdisciplinary Approaches to Political History

16 November 2020 @ 13:00 - 17:00

Instructors: Christian Wicke and Iva Peša Date and Time: Monday, 16 November 2020, 13.00-17.00, Zoom meeting The national research school for political history OPG offers Workshops for 2nd year PhD students. The workshops are an advanced follow up on the tutorials. Based on the PhD projects of the participants, interdisciplinarity and advanced methodology is explored and links with topical issues and practical applications are elaborated. PhD students learn to present their project in front of a forum of experts and more »

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January 2021

OPG Seminar professional development

January 29 @ 13:00 - 16:00
Zoom,

OPG Seminar professional development Instructors: Prof.dr. Dirk Jan Wolffram, Dr. Hanneke Hoekstra RU Groningen Date and Time: Friday, January 29, 2021, 1-4 PM Mode: Zoom meeting For PhD students in their third year: Science communication and professional development. The seminars in year 3 are devoted to the individual application and assessment of disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity, theories and concepts, and methods and techniques as well as science communication and professional development. Active participation in, and contribution to the organization of a more »

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February 2021

Public lecture by Glenda Sluga (The University of Sydney/European University Institute)

February 2 @ 09:00 - 11:00

“Women and the History of International Thinking” DATE: 2 FEBRUARY 2021, 9-11AM PLACE: ONLINE – REGISTER BY SENDING AN EMAIL TO: AMRDEDIJN@GMAIL.COM Abstract Over the last few decades, historians have reshaped the spatial and conceptual contours of intellectual history.  In particular, the prospect of a global intellectual history has provoked reflection on methods and questions of representativeness that transcend the default national parameters of this sub-field. In my lecture, I want to invite into these historiographical developments the place of women, more »

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RSPH Masterclass with Glenda Sluga

February 3 @ 09:00 - 11:00

The Research School Political History (RSPH) offers Masterclasses by prominent political historians. Masterclasses are open to RMA and PhD students, and affiliated members of the OPG; others can attend on invitation only. In this Masterclass, prof. Glenda Sluga will present her upcoming book Inventing an International Order after the Napoleonic Wars (Princeton University Press). Participants will receive two chapters that will be discussed with prof. Sluga. A selection of PhD students and other scholars will be given an opportunity to present the more »

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March 2021

Workshop applied history

March 12 @ 12:15 - 14:15
online,

The Research School Political History offers a workshop on applied history, especially for students in the second year of their PhD, but other students and research masters may apply as well. The workshop will take place online on Friday 12 March 2021, 12.15-14.15 and will be hosted by prof.dr. Beatrice de Graaf (UU), dr. Stefan Couperus (RUG) and dr. Harm Kaal (RU). Participants need to register at bureau@onderzoekschoolpolitiekegeschiedenis.nl before 6 March 2021. In her introductory talk professor De Graaf will more »

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Masterclass Frank Biess

March 23 @ 16:00 - 17:30
online,

German Angst. Fear and Democracy in the Federal Republic of Germany 23 March 2021, 4-5.30 PM (ECT) (online) Open to research master students, PhD candidates, postdocs and invited researchers The Research School for Political History and the Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam invite you for a masterclass with Frank Biess (Professor of History at UC-San Diego).  In this masterclass, we will survey new approaches to postwar history, informed by recent interdisciplinary insights generated by the field of emotion studies. Starting point for the more »

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Rethinking repertoires: popular politics in the long nineteenth century

March 26 @ 14:00 - 16:00

Online seminar Research School Political History, 26 March 2021 Rethinking repertoires: popular politics in the long nineteenth century Online, 26th of March, at 2 p.m. The inspiration of this seminar is Charles Tilly’s work on protest repertoires. According to his work, repertoires of popular protest changed fundamentally along the nineteenth century. Strikes took the place of food riots, charivaris made way for demonstrations and tax rebellions left the stage for public meetings. In this seminar, our aim is to see more »

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April 2021

Webinar “The permanent crisis of democracy”

April 23 @ 16:30 - 19:00

23 April, 4.30PM-7PM (CEST) / 10.30AM-1PM (EDT), online An online webinar with Jens Hacke (Universität der Bundeswehr München), Martin Conway (Oxford University) and Nadia Urbinati (Columbia University) and junior researchers. The Association for Political History, in collaboration with the European Institute and the Queen Wilhelmina Chair for Dutch Studies (Columbia University, NYC), the Netherlands Research School for Political History and the Department of History of Utrecht University, organize a webinar on the permanent crisis of democracy. Registration and more information

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May 2021

Promotie Wouter Linmans

May 20 @ 11:15 - 12:15
tba

Donderdag 20 mei, om 11:15 uur, zal Wouter Linmans zijn proefschrift verdedigen (en de presentatie van het boek) 'De oorlog van morgen. De Nederlandse beeldvorming van een volgende oorlog 1918-1940', aan de Universiteit Leiden. Promotoren zijn: Henk te Velde, Ben Schoenmaker en (co-promotor) Dennis Bos.  

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June 2021

Promotie Miel Groten

June 2 @ 09:45 - 10:30

Zie: https://fgw.vu.nl/nl/nieuws-agenda/agenda/2021/apr-jun/02juni_mp-groten.aspx

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