Low Countries History Seminar (IHR London), 2022/23

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Low Countries History Seminar (IHR London), 2022/23

Convenors: Liesbeth Corens (Queen Mary), Anne Goldgar (USC), Ben Kaplan (UCL), Ulrich Tiedau (UCL) 

Meetings: Fridays at 5:30 pm. Attendance of either sort, on site or online, is free and open to all.  You need, though, to register in advance (until 24 hours before the start of a seminar) via https://www.history.ac.uk/seminars/low-countries-history. Please indicate when registering whether you will be taking part on site or online. A Zoom link will be distributed to online participants on the day of the seminar. 

Term 1 – Autumn 2022  

28 Oct 2022

Citizenship, the Utrecht Schism and Catholic Charitable Activities in the Dutch Republic, c. 1650–1750

Genji Yasuhira (London/Tokyo) 

Hybrid | Online-via Zoom & IHR Wolfson Room NB02 

 

25 Nov 2022

Below the surface: Archaeology of the river Amstel in Amsterdam during the North/Southline metro construction

Jerzy Gawronski (Amsterdam) 

Hybrid | Online-via Zoom & IHR Wolfson Room NB02 

 

09 Dec 2022

Trajectories of Reformation: The Low Countries

Christine Kooi (Louisiana) 

Online-via Zoom 

 

Term 2 – Winter 2023  

13 Jan 2023

Networks of Petitions and Trade: The Anglo-Dutch Atlantic in the seventeenth century

Joris van den Tol (Cambridge) 

Hybrid | Online-via Zoom & IHR Wolfson Room NB02 

 

10 Feb 2023

Political power of colonial re-migrants in the Dutch parliament, 1880–1900

Lauren Lauret (London) 

Hybrid | Online-via Zoom & IHR Wolfson Room NB02 

 

24 Feb 2023

“Like Devils outside their Land”: Martial fantasies, colonial nightmares and the Dutch East India Company’s Japanese Legion

Adam Clulow (Austin) 

Online- via Zoom 

 

10 Mar 2023

Dutch drainage projects and the public interest

Anna-Luna Post (Cambridge) 

Hybrid | Online-via Zoom & IHR Wolfson Room NB02 

 

24 Mar 2023

Gender and Multilingualism in Late Medieval Flanders

Lisa Demets (Ghent) 

Online-via Zoom 

 

Term 3 – Spring/Summer 2023

28 Apr 2023

A Wunderkammer in Enkhuizen. The Collections of Bernardus Paludanus (1550–1633)

Marika Keblusek (Leiden) 

Hybrid | Online-via Zoom & IHR Wolfson Room NB02 

 

12 May 2023

Mental Spinning’: Embroidery as Thought in the Dutch Republic

Hanneke Grootenboer (Nijmegen)  

Online-via Zoom

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