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April 2020

Cancelled: Spring Conference for PhD candidates

23 April 2020 - 24 April 2020
Universiteit Utrecht, Drift 21,

Cancellation Spring Conference 2020 Beste allen, Met veel enthousiasme hebben wij de Spring Conference 2020 van de Onderzoekschool Politieke Geschiedenis onder de noemer Work in Progress: power and politics from a historical perspective georganiseerd. Wij verheugden ons zeer op twee dagen van keynotes, paper panels, poster presentations en workshops, op 23 en 24 april. Maar helaas hebben we moeten besluiten de Spring Conference af te gelasten. De huidige situatie rond de coronacrisis biedt geen enkele zekerheid dat de conferentie doorgang more »

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May 2020

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

29 May 2020 @ 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

22 June 2020 - 26 June 2020
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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September 2020

Opening Meeting OPG

25 September 2020 @ 15:00 - 15:15

“Nutzen und Nachteil” revisited: what’s the use of Applied History? Webinar and debate on the opening of the new academic year of the Research School Political History with Ido de Haan, Irène Herrmann, Harm Kaal, Jelle van Lottum and Catrien Santing. 25 September 2020, 3-4.15 PM We warmly invite you for the digital opening meeting of the national Research School Political History (OPG), organized in cooperation with the Association for Political History. After the introduction of the new PhD´s and more »

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October 2020

Workshop: Advanced Research Methods and Techniques

23 October 2020 @ 15:00 - 17:00

Workshop in which 2nd-year PhD students reflect on the methodological choices that they have made with Carla Hoetink and Liesbeth van de Grift When: 23 October, 15:00-17:00, online We warmly invite you to the first event in the RSPH workshop series. After an introduction to this year’s programme, we will engage with the existential question ‘What exactly am I doing and how can that be justified?’ You have now entered the second year of your PhD trajectory and will have more »

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OPG Seminar Science Outreach and Communication

30 October 2020 @ 13:00 - 17:00

Instructors: Adriejan van Veen (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen) and Dirk Jan Wolffram (RU Groningen) Date and Time: Friday, 30 October 2020, 1-5 PM. Online meeting Seminars 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. This seminar is dedicated to the science outreach and communication – vis-à-vis both academia and the public at large – of the individual more »

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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

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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