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Mr Ulrich Tiedau

Mr Ulrich Tiedau

Senior Lecturer

SELCS

Faculty of Arts & Humanities

Joined UCL
1st Sep 2004

Research summary

Ulrich Tiedau is a historian and digital humanist. He is an Associate Director of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, a co-covenor of the Low Countries history research seminars at the Institute of Historical Research (IHR) and 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 (CELJ).

On the national level he was a member of the publication committee of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) and representative for Area Studies on the Modern Language Assocation (MLA), 2012-2016. He has been a visiting scholar at the University of Leuven, Belgium, in 2009, and the University of California in Berkeley in 2014.

Click here for a link to the 2014 UCL Octagon exhibition "Knowledge in Motion" (jointly curated with colleagues from the UCL Geography and History departments).

Teaching summary

In SELCS I teach and contribute to a wide range of modules on European history and contemporary society, with a special focus on the Low Countries and Germany. I have a long standing involvement with the Open Education movement and between 2009 and 2013 was awarded a series of three research and development grants in JISC's and the Higher Education Academy's UK Open Educational Resources programme. In this context I have also received a UCL Knowledge Transfer Champion award (2012), as well as a UCL Teaching Innovation Award (2014), an International Teaching Excellence Bursary (2014), a Beacon Award for Public Engagement (2013/14) and three UCL Global Engagement awards (between 2015/16 and 2017/18). I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and have contributed to most Teaching & Learning at UCL conferences since 2006, as well as to the UK-wide HE Academy one in 2016.

In 2019/20 I teach, convene or contribute to the following courses:

Undergraduate

Postgraduate

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Advice and feedback hours

Please use this button to book a timeslot for the initial personal tutor meeting on Tuesday 24 September 2019. You can also come to one of my regular office hours, which in term 1 are likely to be Mondays 1-2pm and Thursday 1-2pm (during teaching weeks):

Education

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