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Waging War and Making Peace: European ways of inciting and containing armed conflict 1648-2020 Invited Speaker Università Ca' Foscari Venezia 24-JUN-2020
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03-JUL-2020
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Peer Reviewer Peer Review Role Neerlandica Wratislaviensa 01-JUN-2020
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Mentor, #EUvsVirus Hackathon Mentoring European Commission 24-APR-2020
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26-APR-2020
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University of London Press Editorial Role University of London Press JAN-2020
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Editorial Board Member for new Digital Humanities Series
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Worlding the Low Countries Conference Organisation UCL 06-NOV-2019
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08-NOV-2019
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Dutch Walk through Bloomsbury and King's Cross Public Engagement It's All Academic Festival - Campaign for UCL 05-OCT-2019
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The walk will start at UCL, home to the oldest Department of Dutch in the Anglophone world (founded in 1919) and host of one of the largest Dutch libraries in the country. We will walk past Gerard Reve’s former living place, when he unsuccessfully tried to establish himself on the English market in the 1950s, the Elizabeth Anderson Gallery with its connections to Dutch and British feminism, the Eurostar terminal, London’s gateway to the Low Countries, and the many beautiful Dutch and Flemish exhibits of the British Library, before ending the walk in the Dutch East India Company pub in King’s Cross, reflecting on the nature of colonialism and its afterlife. This walk is just one of a set of curated Dutch and Flemish walks through London, published in form on a smartphone app, generously supported by a UCL Beacon for Public Engagement Award.
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Digital Spaces for Resistance and Remembrance Invited Contributor Modern Language Association (MLA) JUL-2019
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MLA Symposium 2019, Lisbon, Portugal
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Early British Europeanists Other Dissemination and Communication Modern Language Association (MLA) JUL-2019
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MLA Symposium 2019, Lisbon, Portugal
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Dutch Walk through Bloomsbury and King's Cross Public Engagement UCL Festival of Culture 07-JUN-2019
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The walk will start at UCL, home to the oldest Department of Dutch in the Anglophone world (founded in 1919) and host of one of the largest Dutch libraries in the country. We will walk past Gerard Reve’s former living place, when he unsuccessfully tried to establish himself on the English market in the 1950s, the Elizabeth Anderson Gallery with its connections to Dutch and British feminism, the Eurostar terminal, London’s gateway to the Low Countries, and the many beautiful Dutch and Flemish exhibits of the British Library, before ending the walk in the Dutch East India Company pub in King’s Cross, reflecting on the nature of colonialism and its afterlife. This walk is just one of a set of curated Dutch and Flemish walks through London, published in form on a smartphone app, generously supported by a UCL Beacon for Public Engagement Award.
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Interview Media Appearance New Statesman 11-JUL-2018
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Interview for portrait of the Netherlands by Matthew Engel for the New Statesman magazine ("Anarchists and Engineers"), 11 July 2018
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