Annual NIAS-Lecture on decolonization and the political use of history with Ian Buruma, Pierre Asselin and Esther Captain22 mei - 18 jan 2020
Van 16:00 - 7:22uur
De Waalse Kerk, Walenpleintje 159
Historian Ian Buruma (Gouden Ganzenveer 2019) will speak about Japanese and Dutch imperial justifications of occupying the Indonesian Archipelago. This lecture will be followed by a response of NIAS fellow Pierre Asselin (Dwight E. Stanford Chair in American Foreign Relations at San Diego State University) and Esther Captain (KITLV) from the NIAS Theme Group ‘Comparing the Wars of Decolonization’.
The full program will follow in March. Stay tuned to be among the first when registration opens.
When & where
22 May, 16.00
De Waalse Kerk, Walenpleintje 159, Amsterdam
The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences – one of the institutes of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) – provides a physical and intellectual space for advanced research in the humanities and social sciences that is driven by curiosity and cross-discipline collaboration.