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On the Waterfront

On the Waterfront - newsletter of the Friends of the IISH, published twice a year.
All issues can be downloaded as PDF file. 

 

Rena Fuks-Mansfeld: Unknown Sources of Jewish History Hidden in the Collections of the IISH
Lecture held on 23 June 2011, p. 12-15

Aad Blok, Lex Heerma van Voss, Bauke Marinus: History of Labour in Popular Music: Music Collections of the IISH
Lectures held on 20 January 2011, p. 10-14

Hans Daalder and Jelle Gaemers, Willem Drees, the 'Red Father of the Fatherland'
Lecture held on 7 June 2010, p. 13-15

Representing Nature, lectures summarized by Bart Hageraats
Lectures held on 7 January 2010, p. 10-14

Joost Jonker, Utrecht University - 'Crisis? What crisis? Financial crises and their explanation'
Lecture held on 25 June 2009, p. 10-14

Marcel van der Linden and Ulbe Bosma - 'Research on Global Labour History at the Institute'
Lecture held on 22 January 2009, p. 12-16

Jan Lucassen and Jaap Kloosterman - Lecture on the history of censorship
Lecture held on 3 July 2008, p. 11-15

Eef Vermeij - 'The IISH Branching Out in South and Southeast Asia : Five Years of Experience' Lecture held on 24 January 2008, p. 10-13

Presentations about "Local Social Democracy"
  Gilles Borrie - 'A Century of Social-democratic City Politics (1907 - 2007)'
  Ed van Thijn - 'Ups and downs in social-democratic municipal politics'
Lectures held on 21 June 2007, p. 11-15

Lectures on Moving Images at the IISH
  Huub Sanders - 'Audiovisual Sources and the IISH Collection'
  Frank de Jong - 'Availability and preservation'
  Titia van der Werf - 'Moving image : Points of Departure for Management'
Lectures held on 11 January 2007, p. 9-13

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