New publication Frans Camphuijsen: “New Approaches to Late Medieval Court Records”

Frans Camphuijsen wrote an introduction to a theme issue of the Open Library of Humanities Journal, titled: ‘New Approaches to Late Medieval Court Records’. This introduction, as well as all other articles, are publicly available. About the issue: “Records of crime and disputes offer us some of the most intriguing insights into the premodern past. … More New publication Frans Camphuijsen: “New Approaches to Late Medieval Court Records”

Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz receives Humanities Education Award

Justyna’s summer had a great start this year: she was awarded the Humanities Education Award for her MA-course “Zorgen voor het zelf”. This award is an annual prize for inspiring and innovative BA and MA-course teachers. According to the jury: “The winning Master’s course Zorgen voor het zelf, taught by Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz, is remarkable because … More Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz receives Humanities Education Award

We’re live!

As of 9 October 2019, “Medieval Amsterdam” is live. Our main purpose with this web site is to provide a meeting place for everyone who is either officially or unofficially affiliated to the Amsterdam medieval research community. This includes both people from within and outside of the university walls. We aim to share research and … More We’re live!