Keynote speakers

Dagomar Degroot
Dagomar DegrootGeorgetown University

Environmental historian. Keynote on ‘Lessons from the Golden Age: The Dutch Republic and the Future of Conflict in a Warming Climate’

Dagomar Degroot
Dagomar DegrootGeorgetown University

Environmental historian. Keynote on ‘Lessons from the Golden Age: The Dutch Republic and the Future of Conflict in a Warming Climate’

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Saskia Pieterse
Saskia PieterseUtrecht University

Assistant professor, currently working in the fields of economic criticism and imagology. Keynote on ‘An Empire without Imperialism? Rethinking Dutch literary modernity (1880–1920)’

Saskia Pieterse
Saskia PieterseUtrecht University

Assistant professor, currently working in the fields of economic criticism and imagology. Keynote on ‘An Empire without Imperialism? Rethinking Dutch literary modernity (1880–1920)’

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Theo Hermans
Theo HermansUniversity College London

Professor emeritus of Dutch and Comparative Literature at UCL. Keynote on ‘“Worlding the Low Countries”: Translation and the Multiple Languages of the Early Modern Low Countries’

Theo Hermans
Theo HermansUniversity College London

Professor emeritus of Dutch and Comparative Literature at UCL. Keynote on ‘“Worlding the Low Countries”: Translation and the Multiple Languages of the Early Modern Low Countries’

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Bambi CeuppensAfrica Museum, Brussels

Curator at Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren (Brussels). Keynote on: ‘Diasporic Objects and Persons, Restitution and the Gift’.

Bambi CeuppensAfrica Museum, Brussels

Curator at Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren (Brussels). Keynote on: ‘Diasporic Objects and Persons, Restitution and the Gift’.

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