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Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture

A research institute and doctoral school committed to the analysis of the remnants and narratives of the past in the present and the remaking of pasts into heritage, memory and material culture
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23 May 2019 16:00 - 17:30
In this talk, Prof. Charlotte Klonk will consider German visual history and theory and ask if the debate provides a distinct set of questions that distinguishes it from other methods in art history. Using the ...
11 - 14Jun 2019
ICOMOS University Forum organizes in collaboration with ICOMOS International and ICOMOS Netherlands the conference 'Thinking and Planning the Future in Heritage Management' in Amsterdam on 11-14 June 2019.
11 Jun 2019 10:00 - 15:00
This course is designed for PhD students who aspire to a career in academics, and who are in the third year of their PhD program. The course aims at preparing the PhD students in writing excellent postdoctoral ...

Research

AHM excels on national and international levels in five research themes that connect the fields of heritage, memory studies and material culture.

Researchers

In this section you can meet AHM’s theme leaders, research group coordinators, PhD candidates and visiting fellows.

PhD

Find here information on the AHM PhD programme: how to apply, activities, training, pilot-study, community, and PhD regulation.
About AHM
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News More news
14 May 2019
Ihab Saloul, Research Co-Director of the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture (AHM), gives a film lecture about the exhibition 'A Tale of Hidden Histories' at the EYE Filmmuseum.
11 April 2019
The AHM conference 'Memory, Word and Image: W.G. Sebald's Artistic Legacy' invites scholars, artists and other practitioners to present papers, posters or workshops.
9 April 2019
Routledge published Gabriel Moshenska's new book 'Material Cultures of Childhood in Second World War Britain' in the series Material Culture and Modern Conflict.