The Yangtze and the Rhine: A historical conference
Studying History in Rotterdam
On 27 May 2019, the student conference on music research will be held. This event will offer a series of panels led and presented by students at all levels of their academic careers.
From November 2019 he will join the research group “Sport and Nation” of Prof. Gijsbert Oonk as Marie Curie LEaDing Fellow.
Earlier this year, Timmermans published her book ‘Liefde in tijden van Tinder’. Now she has collaborated with Erasmus Magazine on a podcast consisting of five parts. The first episode is online now.
In the fourth episode of Mijke Slot’s research podcast she discusses the importance of news organisations to engage their audience for news.
Please join on May 21st for a talk on cultural capital and reproduction in cultural elites by Martin Gustavsson of Stockholm University and Andreas Melldahl of Uppsala University.
Guest talks on cultural capital and reproduction in cultural elites
Join on May 21st for a talk on the internationalization of museums by Marta Edling and Pella Myrstener of Södertörn University, Sweden, and Laura Braden of the Arts and Culture Department, ESHCC.
A historical conference aiming to comparatively reflect on the Rhine and the Yangtze river.