Dutch journalist and film-maker Philo Bregstein will be guest at Berkeley’s Dutch Studies in November. He will present the following lectures: Sunday Nov. 7, 3-5pm Film on the life and work of Jacques Presser with a 30 min. introduction Room … Continue reading
Artwell Cain and Kwame Nimako are both directors of Dutch Research Center on Slavery at the NINSEE in Amsterdam. On April 9th, 2010 they both gave a lecture focusing on the Dutch Imperialism, specifically on the Dutch Involvement in the … Continue reading
Arthur Japin is a renowned Dutch author and actor that has received critical acclaim in both the Dutch and English speaking communities. He was a guest speaker in Dutch 170 (Multiculturalism in the Netherlands) with a presentation on race relations … Continue reading
Celebrated Dutch-Iranian author and columnist Kader Abdolah visited UC Berkeley as a guest speaker in Dutch 170 on April 12th, 14th and 16th, presenting his opinion on the debate on multiculturalism in the Netherlands from a cultural perspective. Mr. Abdolah … Continue reading
Former Dutch Member of Parliament and current advocacy director for LGBT Rights at Human Rights Watch New York Boris O. Dittrich was a guest speaker in Dutch 170 on March 15th, 17th and 19th, with presentations on the debate on … Continue reading
Madelon de Keizer is a historian at the Dutch Institute of War Documentation in Amsterdam. Specializing in European history of the 20th century, she gave a lecture entitled “The Cold War and European Integration in the 1950s. A Biographical Approach” … Continue reading
Dutch diplomat Natasha Chatlein was a guest speaker in Dutch C178 with a presentation on race relations in the Netherlands Antilles on October 16.
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