Graduate Seminar 2010-2011

An overview of the Graduate Seminars of 2010-2011.

Main goal of the Graduate Seminar is to examine issues and questions regarding to historical research which has been carried out in our institute. Discussions are meant to generate useful and stimulating input both for students and staffmembers of the institute. 


First session

Date and time: 15 September, 15.30 hours
Location: Wijkplaats 2 / 002 
Chair: Judith Pollmann 
Presentation: Jeroen Duindam 
Commentary: Henk den Heijer and Hana Qugana
Topic: Eurasian empires: integration processes and identity formations. A comparative program

Second session

Date and time: 13 October, 15.30 hours
Location: Wijkplaats 2 / 002 
Chair: Herman Paul 
Presentation: Laura Visser-Maessen 
Commentary: José Aguiar and Bram Hoonhout 

Third session

Date and time: 10 November, 15.30 hours
Location: Wijkplaats 2 / 002 
Chair: Antheun Janse 
Presentation: Matthijs Gerrits 
Commentary: Constant Hijzen and Maartje Janse

Fourth session

Date and time: 8 December, 15.30 hours
Location: Wijkplaats 2 / 002 
Chair: Marlou Schrover 
Presentation: Diederick Klein Kranenburg 
Commentary: Dennis Bos and Marianne Eekhout 

Fifth session

Date and time: 9 February, 15.30 hours
Location: Klein Auditorium, Academiegebouw 
Chair: Jos Gommans 
Presentation: Bruno Miranda 
Commentary: Adam Fairclough and Soledad Valdivia Rivera 

Sixth session

Date and time: 9 March, 15.30 hours
Location: Klein Auditorium, Academiegebouw 
Chair: Rens Tacoma 
Presentation: Henk Singor
Commentary: Anteun Janse en Johannes Müller
Topic:Fiction and history: some questions about female martyrs in the Roman Empire

Seventh session

Date and time: 13 April, 15.30 hours
Location: Klein Auditorium, Academiegebouw 
Chair: Judith Pollmann 
Presentation: Rombert Stapel 
Commentary: Giles Scott-Smith and Simon van Koppen 

Eighth session

Date and time: 11 May, 15.30 hours
Location: Klein Auditorium, Academiegebouw 
Chair: Jos Gommans 
Presentation: Karwan Fatah-Black 
Commentary: Justine Smithuis and Marianne Wiesebron 

Last Modified: 04-08-2014