October 23, 2016: Ulrich Tiedau — The foundation of Dutch Studies and Belgian Studies in the Anglophone world: The struggle for British public opinion of the Low Countries, 1919—1935

In 1919 Pieter Geyl became the first Chair for Dutch Studies at the University of London (and the Anglophone world in general) and quickly gained a reputation in scholarly and political circles. While being widely recognized as a brilliant historian, … Continue reading

Maurits S. Berger

The Dutch Studies Program, in cooperation with the Institute of European Studies presents: The Third Wave: Islamization of Europe, or Europeanization of Islam?  —A Lecture by Maurits S. Berger (Leiden University, The Netherlands) Are Europe and Islam at crossroads with a … Continue reading