Flemish art historian Koenraad Jonckeere was a visiting professor from Ghent University (RUG). He taught a course on Reformation, Iconoclasm and the Origins of Northern Baroque.
Flemish art historian Koenraad Brosens was a visiting professor from Leuven University (KUL). He taught a course on Flemish and French Baroque and Rococo Tapestry.
Flemish Historian Maarten van Ginderachter was a visiting professor from the University of Antwerpen. He taught Dutch 170: Nationalism in Flanders and Belgium from a European and Global Perspective.
Flemish Historian and Author Luc Renders was a visiting professor from Hasselt University who taught Dutch 173, a class of Dutch Postcolonial Studies called White Man’s Burden: The Congo in Flemish and English Language and Literature.
Flemish Historian Patrick Pasture was a visiting professor from Leuven University who taught Dutch 179, The Power of Religion. … Continue reading
Vrije Universiteit of Brussels Professor of Political History Jeffrey Tyssens was a visiting professor at UC Berkeley in the Fall of 2009. The Pieter Paul Rubens Professor instructed the course Dutch 174: “Brussels. The Cultural History of a Capital City”.
Dutch sociologist, journalist and author Jan Donkers: U.C. Regents’ Lecturer, instructor of course Dutch C170: “Dutch Culture and Society – Amsterdam in the Sixties”. He also gave a lecture regarding “PROVO, the Amsterdam 1960’s Revolt.”
Belgian historian Eric Vanhaute from the University of Ghent who specializes in agrarian and rural history. The P.P. Rubens Professor was a visiting professor at UC Berkeley. He instructed course History 100, also cross-listed with Dutch, “Food and Famine: The … Continue reading