Winning proposals GSH Video grant

It is becoming increasingly important that PhD candidates demonstrate the societal relevance of their projects. The video grant gives PhD candidates a chance to visualize their project and make their research more visible to the outside world. Below is an overview of the winners of past years

Martje de Vries

Project: 'Saving and Shaping the Roman Past: Athanasius Kircher’s Reception of Rome’s Textual and Tangible Legacy'


Francie Manhardt

Project: ‘Relations between spatial language and cognition across signers, speakers and bimodal bilinguals’


Maartje A.B. (Hanzesteden)

Project: Communicatie tussen Hanzesteden: onderlinge relaties

Special thanks to the Zutphen Regional Archives, where the recordings were made in December 2019, and to Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz for using the map from Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz, Stuart Jenks, The Hanse in Medieval and Early Modern Europe (2012). A facsimile of the 1474 treaty can be admired in the Europäisches Hansemuseum in Lübeck.