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Capitalism from its origins operated on a global scale, but it has also always produced dynamic centres of wealth and power. From 1600 onwards, for a long time Amsterdam was at the heart of this process. Today, Amsterdam still is a major player in the capitalist world. This course explores your host city’s role in the rise of capitalism and the relationship – then and now – between its economic fortunes and its spatial, social and cultural development.
||20 July to 31 July 2020
|Course level||Advanced Bachelor/Master, open to PhD staff and professionals
||Dr. Pepijn Brandon
|Other lecturers||Prof. dr. Ulbe Bosma, Dr. Sabine Go, Prof. dr. Marjolein 't Hart, Dr. Paul Mepschen|
|Forms of tuition||Interactive seminars, lectures, excursions|
|Forms of assessment||Presentation, short paper|
|Contact hours||45 hours|
|Tuition fee||€500, read more about what's included|
|How to apply
||Find our application form here|