Maarten Bos

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Imag(in)ing Europe: Conference Program

Imag(in)ing Europe Perspectives on a Contested Continent, 800-2000 Utrecht University, 14-16 September 2016   Conference Program The conference is held at ‘Zaalverhuur 7’, an authentic church building dating from the early 1900s. The venue is located at Boothstraat 7, Utrecht. Directions from Utrecht Central Station can be found here. Biographies of the keynote speakers and detailed information […]

Imag(in)ing Europe: Full Program

The concept of Europe remains elusive. In current public debates European culture or European civilization is often characterized by way of an accumulation of heritage, an identifiable or even measurable set of shared values, a common identity, or a core ideal. At the same time, both Europeanness and the idea of a shared civilization are […]

REMAPPING CENTRE AND PERIPHERY ASYMMETRICAL ENCOUNTERS IN EUROPEAN AND GLOBAL CONTEXT, 1500-2000 23-24 June 2016 Conference Report

The timing could not be more apposite. Reflecting on historical mechanisms of cultural and intellectual exchange between centers and peripheries on the day of the EU referendum, with Britain on the cusp of a historical – to say the least – decision, which may, among other things, relegate one of the world’s largest economies into […]

Call for Papers: Imag(in)ing Europe

Imag(in)ing Europe: Perspectives on a Contested Continent, 800-2000 Utrecht University, 14-16 September 2016 Call for Papers Organized by Utrecht University in cooperation with UCL and Göttingen University With confirmed keynotes by Laura Cram (Edinburgh), Michael Wintle (Amsterdam), Wolfgang Schmale (Vienna) and Konrad Jarausch (Chapel Hill) The concept of Europe remains elusive. In current public debates […]

Call for Papers: Imag(in)ing Europe. Perspectives on a Contested Continent, 800-2000

Utrecht University, 14-16 September 2016 Call for Papers Organized by Utrecht University in cooperation with UCL and Göttingen University The concept of Europe remains elusive. In current public debates European culture or European civilization is often characterized by way of an accumulation of heritage, an identifiable or even measurable set of shared values, a common […]

Report: Beyond Mining Workshop

By Tessa Hausdewell The ASYMENC Beyond Methods of Mining workshop sought to address how results of digital research can be used in historical research and on how historians can best evaluate the validity of digitally mined evidence. For as Hermione Giffard pointed out in her opening remarks, the movement of the last decade towards digitising […]

Report: DH Benelux 2015, Antwerp

The second annual Digital Humanities Benelux Conference took place in Antwerp this year and provided an opportunity for a diverse array of disciplines whose work falls under the remit of the ‘Digital Humanities’ to present their research, or to showcase their tools and application in special demonstration sessions. Panels included contributions from literary scholars, historians, […]

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