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Krd Vroom

Public Lectures: Food, Archaeology, and Art

KNIR Research Dialogues (KRD)

Course: Excavating National Pasts

Rome and the (Trans) National Archaeologies of Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries
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Inaugural lecture Prof. T.D. (Tesse) Stek: Rome in de Westelijke Méditerranée: imperialisme tussen historiografie en archeologie


Course: Writing on the Margins. Graffiti in Italy (7th-16th century)

Livre Des Simples Médecines’, Bnf Ms Fr. 623

Workshop: Where did they get this? Distinguishing written and non-written sources of knowledge

KNIR Colloquium

Course: The Art of Making

Workshop Practice in the Early Modern Period


Spring School: Neo-Latin Literature in and about Rome

Belgien, Brüssel, Parade Vor Dem Schloss

Occupied. Towards a Comparative and Entangled History of Occupation in the Age of Total War

KNIR Colloquium


Cursus: Constantijn en Rome

Summer School: SuRe – Sustainable and Resilient societies

External course. Registration via the University of Groningen


Summer School: Roma Caput Mundi

NWIB Summer School: Urban Heritage

in Rome, Florence or Athens


Minor Program Rome-Florence: Italian Art & History


Archaeological Fieldschool: Exploring Mountain Society in Ancient Samnium

Location: Molise

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Course: Archival Politics. Culture, Power, and Suppression

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Course: Coins and the sacred in Roman and Early Modern times

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Collecting the world in Rome

Course: Collecting the World in Rome

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Course: Mining Library Treasures

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Winter School: Roma Caput Mundi

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Corso: Narrazioni e Memorie di un’Italia divisa

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