Low Countries History Seminars, IHR London, 2017/18

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Seminar on Low Countries History, 2017/18 session

Convenors: Anne Goldgar (King’s College London), Ben Kaplan (University College London), Ulrich Tiedau (University College London)

Meetings: Fridays at 5:15 pm at the Institute for Historical Research, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU, United Kingdom.  All meetings in Wolfson Room I, in the basement (map).

Autumn Term

27 October      Wayne te Brake (Purchase, New York), ‘Making Religious Peace: A Low Countries Perspective’

Spring Term

19 January       Maartje Janse (Leiden), ‘The Dutch Abolitionist Movement and the Challenge of British Mass Politics in the Nineteenth Century’

2 February       Elisabeth de Bièvre (independent), ‘Art and the Urban Subconscious: A Long View of Dutch Culture’

16 February     Olenka Horbatsch (British Museum), ‘Master AC and His Models: Biography and the Netherlandish Reproductive Print’

2 March           Djoeke van Netten (Amsterdam), ‘Secrets in the Dutch Golden Age and Where to Find Them’

16 March         Andrew Pettegree and Arthur der Weduwen (St Andrews), ‘Trading Books in the Age of Rembrandt’

Summer Term

4 May              Matthew Champion (Cambridge), 'Chronological Devotions in the Fifteenth-Century Low Countries'

18 May            Marc Boone (Ghent), ‘Urban History in the Low Countries: A Historiographic Evaluation, a Century After Henri Pirenne's Early Democracies