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Senior lecturer in modern Low Countries history and society
Ulrich Tiedau is a historian and digital humanist. He has worked on and across the boundaries of humanities and communication technologies for most of his professional life and published widely on Belgian, Dutch and German history as well as on distance education and digital scholarship.
He is an Associate Director of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities and holds a series of research grants within the UKOER programme of JISC and the HE Academy. He also serves as principal editor of Dutch Crossing: Journal of Low Countries Studies which in December 2009 has been awarded an honourable mention in the Phoenix Prize for Significant Editorial Achievement by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals, and is a co-convenor of the Low Countries history research seminars at the Institute of Historical Research (IHR).
He currently acts as Head of Department and has been appointed UCL Knowledge Transfer Champion for Open Access and Open Educational Resources for 2012. On the national level he is a member of the publications committee of the Association for Learning Technology and is representing Area Studies on the University Council for Modern Languages.
University College London
Dept. of Dutch
Gower StLondon WC1E 6BT UK
+44 (0)20 7679 7756u.tiedau[at]ucl.ac.uk
Office Hours: Mondays 4-5pm (during term time), or by appointment.
Room: Foster Court, first floor, room 119.
Twitter: @Uli_T; @UCLDutch; @UCLDH; @VirtualDutch; @UCLDHOER
|Year Code Course|
|I||DUTC1101||Born out of rebellion: the Low Countries from the Dutch Revolt to the eve of World War I|
At the Crossroads of Europe: Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg in the 20th and 21st centuries
|IV||DUTC4205||Contemporary History and Culture of the Low Countries|
Nationalism and Ethnicity in Contemporary Europe
Introduction to Digital Humanities for European Languages, Culture, Society students
|M||ELCSGG01||MA Language, Culture, History (Core Course)|
MA Early Modern Exchanges: Methods, Histories, Cultures (Core Course)