Evenementen

Dit is een lijst met komende evenementen op het IISG.

Scriptieprijs 2022

Volkskrant IISG Scriptieprijs

2 februari 2023 17:00 - 2 februari 2023 19:00

Wie ontvangt er dit jaar de Volkskrant-IISG scriptieprijs? Op 2 februari vindt de uitreiking plaats in het IISG om 17 uur.

Genomineerd zijn in alfabetische volgorde:

  • Everest Gromoll“Neolithizers” by Nurture: A Macrohistorical Contextualization of Agricultural Reform in the Early Anthropocene (Universiteit Leiden) 
  • Rhe-Ann Tan“The Culture is Part of the Soil”: Indigeneity, Cultural Resistance, and the West Papuan Search for Solidarity (Universiteit Leiden) 
  • Nelleke Tanis, An epidemic and its aftermath, Cholera in Utrecht, 1866 (Universiteit Utrecht) 
call for papers 2023

ESSHC 2023

12 april 2023 09:00 - 15 april 2023 17:00

The 14th European Social Science History Conference 12-15 April 2023 is organized by the IISH in co-operation with the University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden.

The Hay Harvest by Pieter Brueghel the Elder (1565).

Agrarian Capitalism in the Preindustrial Low Countries

16 juni 2023 08:00 - 16 juni 2023 18:00

Agrarian Capitalism in the Preindustrial Low Countries
Local, Regional, and Global Dimensions

Call for Papers

June 16th 2023, International Institute for Social History (IISH), Amsterdam

Protest action at the harbour of Zarzis, Tunisia, April 2018.

Maritime Solidarity

22 september 2023 09:00 - 23 september 2023 16:30

Maritime solidarity: Past and present

Amsterdam, International Institute of Social History, 22-23 September 2023

Organizing committee: Pepijn Brandon, Niklas Frykman, Marcus Rediker, and Nandita Sharma

Ships and oceans, shorelines and harbors historically have been the theater of dramatic social struggles. The term “hydrarchy”, introduced a quarter century ago in The Many-Headed Hydra, tried to capture the double-edged nature of these struggles. The crucial place of the oceans in the development of a capitalist world market led states and ruling classes to launch determined struggles to own or control the waters, as well as the peoples who worked on and around them. At the same time, working classes of all hues and the seaborne populations they were part of devised new ways to exchange experiences, ideas, and forms of struggles, developing wide-ranging practices of solidarity in the process.