Low Countries Seminar
Convenors: Anne Goldgar (KCL), Benjamin Kaplan (UCL), Ulrich Tiedau (UCL)
Featuring speakers from the Low Countries and further afield, as well as from Britain, the Low Countries seminar is an opportunity for scholars and students to keep up-to-date on the latest work in Low Countries history.
2014/2015 Seminar Series
Friday afternoons at 5:15pm.
Venue: Past and Present Room 202, 2nd floor, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House.
||Theo Hermans (UCL), 'Miracles in Translation. Justus Lipsius, Our Lady of Halle and Two Dutch Translations'|
||Sebastian Felten (KCL), 'Monetisation in the periphery of the Netherlands, c.1700-1900'|
||Jaap Verheul (Utrecht), 'The Atlantic Pilgrim: John Lothrop Motley and the American Discovery of the Netherlands'|
||Sina Rauschenbach (Potsdam), `Jesuits, Remonstrants, and Jews: Theological Encounters in the Early Modern Dutch Republic’|
||Alastair Hamilton (Warburg), 'Audacity and compromises: Arabic Studies in Utrecht in the early eighteenth century'|
||Karen Hearn (UCL), 'The Netherlandishness of 16th and 17th Century British Art: the Case of Cornelius Johnson’|
||Claudia Swan (Northwestern), `Dutch Diplomacy and Trade in Rariteyten: Episodes in the History of Material Culture of the Dutch Republic’|
||Jaap Geraerts (UCL), 'Contested rights: the Dutch Catholic nobility and the jus patronatus, c. 1580-1720'|
||Vera Keller (Oregon), 'The World of Cornelis Drebbel (1572-1633): Transnational Science and Dutch Historiography'|
For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Ben Kaplan: email@example.com