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Conference | Symposium

History Research Master Symposium

Date
Friday 20 May 2016
Time
Location
Lipsius
Cleveringaplaats 1
2311 BD Leiden
Room
307

The History Research Master Symposium is intended as a biannual opportunity for Research MA students to introduce their topics and discuss their research with colleagues and faculty members. All History faculty members, PhD candidates, and Res. MA students are invited to attend. The proceedings will be held in English. Coffee, tea, and drinks will be provided.
We look forward to seeing you there!

Schedule

13:15 - Welcome remarks
13:20 - Keynote speech by Dr. Claire Weeda: ‘What race? Talking about ethnicity, past and present’
14:00 - Jasper Verplanke: ‘The Ancient Greek Night’ (supervisor: Dr. Kim Beerden)
Comments by: Dr. Frits Naerebout
Discussion
14:45 - Break
15:00 - Jelmer Puylaert: ‘The Human Rights Revolution: American Foreign Policy Towards Southern Africa in the 1970s’ (supervisor: Prof. Dr. Giles Scott-Smith)
Comments by: Dr. Mark de Vries
Discussion
15:45 - Pauline Smolders: ‘The Influence of Margaret Beaufort and her Web of Relations on the Formation and Preservation of a Tudor Dynastic Identity’ (supervisor: Dr. Liesbeth Geevers)
Comments by: Felicia Roșu
Discussion
16:30 - General discussion
17:00 - Drinks in the coffee room (Huizinga building)

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