The ‘Holy Land’ and Modernity: the Frank Scholten Collection in Context

Organised by the Nederlands Fotogenootschap in cooperation with Leiden University Libraries, the NWO-UL CrossRoads Project, and NINO: a symposium on the Frank Scholten Collection, with viewing of photographs and albums from the collection, on Monday 10 December.

Leiden University Libraries (UBL), the CrossRoads Project (funded by NWO and located at Leiden University),
the Netherlands Institute for the Near East (part of LIAS, LU Faculty of Humanities), and the Nederlands Fotogenootschap would like to invite you for this symposium on Monday 10 December, from 13.30-17.00. The symposium will be held in the Vossius room and the Heinsius room of the UBL at Witte Singel 27.

Read more about this event on the UBL website.

Programme
13.30 doors open and coffee
14.00 Dr. Maartje van Heuvel (UBL): Introduction
14.10 Drs. Carolien van Zoest (NINO): NINO and the Frank Scholten Legacy
14.30 break and possibility to view photographs
15.00 Dr. Karène Sanchez (CrossRoads, LU): Photography, Modernity and the CrossRoads Project
15.30 Dr. Sary Zananiri (CrossRoads, LU): Frank Scholten: An Invaluable Dutch Vision of the ‘Holy Land’?
16.00 possibility to view and discuss photographs, questions
16.30 drinks
17.00 end of program


Registration
Please register via aanmelding@library.leidenuniv.nl (subject “Frank Scholten”) or by telephone: 071-527 28 32.

Praktische informatie

Maandag 10 december 2018 Vanaf 13:30 tot en met 17:00

Witte Singel Model.NdtrcItem.HouseNumber
2311 BG, Leiden