Mr Ulrich Tiedau

Mr Ulrich Tiedau

Senior Lecturer


Faculty of Arts & Humanities

Joined UCL
1st Sep 2004

Research summary

Ulrich Tiedau is a historian and digital humanist. He has worked on and across the borders 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 currently holds a development grant within the release strand of the Open Educational Resources 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-covenor of the Low Countries history research seminars at the Institute of Historical Research (IHR).

Teaching summary

Year 1

DUTC1101 Aspects of the History of the Low Countries

DUTC1201 Introduction to Dutch and Belgian Contemporary History

DUTC1301 Communities and Identities in the Low Countries

Year 2

DUTC2101 Themes in Dutch and Belgian History since 1930

Year 4

DUTC4205 Contemporary History and Culture of the Low Countries

DUTC4301 Contemporary Culture and Society of the Low Countries


DUTCG006 Contemp. History, Culture and Society of the Low Countries

DUTCGD01 Identities and belonging in the Low Countries

DUTCGD02 Identities in Transnational Contexts

ECSH6002 Ethnicity and Nationalism in Contemporary Europe

ECSW6002 History and Literature of World War II


Open University
MA, Education | 2013
University College London
FHEA, Academic Practice | 2008
University College London
AFHEA, Academic Practice | 2006
University College London
PGCLTHE, Education | 2006