Erasmus Centre For Early Modern Studies
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The Erasmus Centre For Early Modern Studies provides the organizational focus for research in Early Modern Social, Political, Cultural and Intellectual History (15th to 18th centuries), in particular in relation to the rich collections of Early Modern books and broad-sheets at the Public Library, Rotterdam. These comprise 30,000 volumes of Early Modern books and broad-sheets, among them the ca. 10,000 volumes of Erasmus’ works and of contemporary work on Erasmus at the Erasmus Collection, one of the most complete collections in the world. The Center organizes public lectures, seminars, academic conferences, and research projects. Please direct inquiries to vonfriedeburg@ eshcc.eur.nl
Centre for Historical Culture
Website Centre for Historical Culture
The Centre for Historical Culture (CHC) is dedicated to research on Historical Culture in a globalizing world. Main research interests are: study of historical consciousness and collective memories, theory of historiography and representations, intellectual history and history of ideas, processes of (de-)canonization in history and culture, history education and public history.
CHC stimulates contacts with researchers on heritage, museums and commemorations, history didactics and pedagogy, history of gender, 'race' and ethnicity, world history and transnational history. Please direct inquiries to adriaansen@ eshcc.eur.nl
Erasmus Centre for the History of the Rhine
The Erasmus Centre for the History of the Rhine wants to be an international platform for research on this economic region in all its aspects, but also of the history of the Rhine as a highway connecting the people of Europe since ancient times. It wants to co-ordinate academic research on the history of the Rhine and the Rhine region, with an accent on the economic history of the last two centuries, and to bring academics from different disciplines – historians, geographers and economists – together to discuss this topic.
Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture
The Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture (ERMeCC) provides an intellectual network for researchers, phd students students and professionals in the field of media, communication, and culture. The Centre seeks to generate research in association with societal organizations, media enterprises and public institutions. Please direct inquiries to Erik Hitters.
Business History @ Erasmus
Business History @ Erasmus brings together Business researchers with an interest in the history of business. “Business historians study the historical evolution of business systems, entrepreneurs and firms, as well as their interaction with their political, economic and social environment (Jones and Zeitlin, 2007)". As such, business history research is multidisciplinary by nature and active researchers in this field are scattered over different disciplines. The goal of this platform is to unite researchers from the schools of History, Culture & Communication, Business, Economics, Social Sciences and Law in their endeavors to improve our academic knowledge in the field of business history and to incorporate insights from this field in teaching programmes.