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How the Chinese Communist Party moved to Canton by means of a Dutchman. Please vote for this...
Posted: 1 October 2016
'Help the robots are coming!' or 'Robots take our jobs': the media are full of this kind of...
Posted: 29 September 2016
Embedding Agricultural Commodities using historical evidence, 1840s-1940s is a collection of essays...
Posted: 28 September 2016
From 1 October 2016, the Meertens Institute, the Huygens ING institute and the International...
Posted: 22 September 2016
Last week the publisher of the International Review of Social History (IRSH), Cambridge University...
Posted: 14 September 2016
is a collection of essays edited by IISH's Senior Fellow Marcel van der Linden  and Jürgen Kocka,...
Posted: 5 September 2016
The Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam presents The Power of Pictures, an exhibition of...
Posted: 24 August 2016
In Hitler’s Germany, scholars lost their jobs because they were Jewish or otherwise undesired....
Posted: 22 August 2016
Leo Lucassen (Director Research IISH) was appointed adjunct professor at Aalborg University,...
Posted: 15 August 2016
Angus Maddison (1926-2010) is known as the Big Man of Big Data. His research archive at the IISH/...
Posted: 28 July 2016

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