CLUE+, the Department of Art and Culture, History and Ancient studies and Social and Cultural Anthropology cordially invite you to the Global History Seminar05-11-17 Location: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Main Building, Room HG02A-24
Karin Lurvink, Insuring and financing slavery Michael Lambek, After Death: Event, Narrative, Feeling
05-18-17 Location: Officiers Casino, Kampweg 1, Soesterberg
CLUE+ organizes the 5th, jubilee edition of the Week van het Lege Gebouw in former SS-Officizierskasino in Soesterberg. 2. Bij aanklikken kopje: Poster van voorkant van folder met doorklikmogelijkheid naar hele flyer en korte tekst erbij: CLUE+ organizes the 5th, jubilee edition of the Week van het Lege Gebouw (the Week of the Vacant Building), a major national event, bringing together leading researchers and students in the field of repurposing built heritage. The 2017 edition is focused on the former SS-Officizierskasino in Soesterberg. May 18-22, Soesterberg, Officiers Casino, Kampweg 1 We look forward to welcoming you in Soesterberg
05-18-17 Location: Former Officer's Casino (Kampweg 1, Soesterberg)
The Re-Scape Colloquium on May 18th will be held in Soesterberg (in the framework of the 'Week of the Vacant Building'). The keynote will be given by Dr. Ana Pereira Roders. As this Re-Scape colloquium takes place in a remarkable heritage location; the former Officer's Casino of the military airbase Soesterberg, built during the German occupation and later used by KLM, national medical services and American pilots. The airbase is currently in transition from a closed military terrain to an open leisure landscape.
05-29-17 Location: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Main Building, Room 9-A-33
Neo-Babylonian Network Meeting
Book presentation ‘Treasures in Trusted Hands. Negotiating the Future of Colonial Cultural Objects’ by Jos van Beurden05-29-17 Location: University of Amsterdam, Bijzondere Collecties, Oude Turfmarkt 129, 1012 GC Amsterdam
On 29 May, 2017 Jos van Beurden will present his book ‘Treasures in Trusted Hands. Negotiating the Future of Colonial Cultural Objects’, which will be published at Sidestone press.
05-30-17 Location: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Main Building, Room 8-A-20
Office holding, with all its privileges and burdens, is an important aspect for the creation of stability in ancient states. During this multidisciplinary workshop we want to explore how rulers in patrimonial societies secured the loyalty of an existing elite by confirming or increasing their status, or, in case the existing elite proved problematic, how they established new elites. The papers will address the often fuzzy borders between official and private, to what extend private gains from public office were permitted, and when office holders were punished for abuse.
CLUE+ The call for papers for session number 134 at the EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) is open until 15th of March 2017.08-30-17 Location: MECC: The venue for the Scientific Program, Exhibitors and the Welcome Reception MECC Maastricht Forum 100 6229 GV Maastricht The Netherlands T +31 (0)43-38 38 383 F +31 (0)43-38 38 300
CLUE+ The call for papers for session number 134 at the EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) is open until 15th of March 2017.