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Friday 4th May

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Open lectures about the Netherlands in London

Various locations

The Institute of Historical Research (IHR) of the University of London is hosting several seminars on the Netherlands and various subjects on Dutch culture and history. Seminars are free and open to all - advance booking is not required, though we advise you to check their website each week for room or programme changes and the full seminar programme.
 
Upcoming lectures on the Netherlands - Spring Term 2012
- 27 January 2012, Oscar Gelderblom (Utrecht): The tortured emergence of the world's first joint-stock company: the Dutch East India Company (1595-1623) This is a joint event with Low Countries History and The Economic and Social History of the Pre-Modern World, 1500-1800 seminar Venue: Torrington Room 104, Senate House, South block, 1st floor
- 24 February 2012, Gillian Fleming (LSE): A "disordered house": The marriage of Philip of Burgundy and Juana of Castile (1496-1506) Venue: Torrington Room 104, Senate House, South block, 1st floor
- 9 March 2012, Judith Pollmann (Leiden): On Furies. The Logistics of Sacking in the Dutch Revolt Venue: ST274, 2nd floor Stewart House
 
Upcoming lectures on the Netherlands - Summer Term 2012
- 11 May 2012, Alastair Duke (Southampton): A protean phenomenon: the patriots in the late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century Low Countries Venue: Torrington Room 104, Senate House, South block, 1st floor
- 25 May 2012, Philo Bregstein (Paris/Amsterdam): Jacques Presser between history and literature Venue: Torrington Room 104, Senate House, South block, 1st floor
 
For more information visit the IHR website.