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What makes them tick?

In the series ‘What makes them tick’, Erasmus researchers explain why they love their research.

Sept. 14 | PhD defense Marc van Berkel

How was the Holocaust represented in Dutch and German history textbooks from 1960 to 2010?

July 17-23 | CHC presence at NIOD & Nanjing University Summer School 'Practices of Remembrance beyond Memory Politics'

How do Asian and European societies deal with the legacies of 20th century mass violence?

June 15 | CHC Research Meeting with Anna Clark and Chiel van den Akker

How can we reflect on historical narratives in post-colonial and digitized societies?

Maria Grever appointed member of the Council for the Humanities

As of May 1, 2017, Maria Grever will be a member of the Council for the Humanities.

Center for Historical Culture

On May 12th, 2006, the Center for Historical Culture (CHC) was established at Erasmus University Rotterdam. The Center initiates, coordinates and produces academic research on historical culture. The term historical culture refers to various forms of historical understanding and relationships to the past, articulated by individuals, groups, institutes and large communities in a broad array of narratives, media, ideologies and attitudes. The Center also collaborates with museums, memorial centers, heritage institutes and educational institutes, by providing advice and stimulating reflection on practices of professional, disciplinary and public uses of the past.