British art historian Howard Caygill is a professor of Cultural History at the University of London. Known for he commentary on art, he was a guest speaker in Dutch 179 on paintings in the Dutch Golden Age on February 19.
Amy Golahny is a professor of Art History at the University of Lycoming College in Pennsylvania. As the vice president of the International Organization of History of Netherlandish Art, she was a guest speaker in Dutch 179 on the work … Continue reading
Tine Ruysschaert is a Belgian actress who visited UC Berkeley in the Fall of 2009. During her stay, she organized a theater monologue performance in which she acted called “Mijn zoon Damiaan” on December 17th. … Continue reading
Sylvia van Praag remained in hiding in the Holland during the Nazi occupation. On May 5th she was a guest-speaker in Dutch 166 with a presentation on her life in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands. … Continue reading
Renée Jones-Bos has been the Dutch Ambassador to the United States since August of 2008. The former First Secretary of the Netherlands’ Embassy in D.C. was a guest speaker in Dutch C178 with a presentation on the legal status of … Continue reading
Dutch historian Ido de Haan received his PhD in modern politics from the University of Amsterdam in 1993. Now teaching at the University of Utrecht, he was a guest speaker at UC Berkeley on February 17. He visited in Dutch … Continue reading
Dutch historian Albert E. Kersten from the University of Leiden visited UC Berkeley on April 2.He was a guest speaker in Dutch 166 with a presentation on the Netherlands under German occupation 1940-45.
Johan Kröner has been the Dutch Ambassador to the United States since August of 2008. With his background being specifically foreign affairs, Kröner gave a lecture on the Netherlands and the United States. … Continue reading
Jan Nederveen Pieterse is a professor of sociology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Well known from his studies on ‘cultural hybridity’ which deals with the cultural implications of globalization, he gave a lecture on the Dutch Multicultural Society … Continue reading
Lieve Joris is an award winning Beligum writer who specializes on Africa, specifically the Congo. As part of UC Berkeley’s series of lectures in the Institute for African Studies, Belgian author Lieve Joris conducted a lecture titled The Rebels Hour … Continue reading