- Quincy Club 2015 -

Slavery

In honor of the 150th anniversary of the abolition of slavery in the US, The Quincy Club - our yearly educational program -introduces high school students to the history of slavery. The program puts the Dutch and American legacies of slavery in their global and contemporary context. read more

- Video -

Bill Browder

The video of our event with Bill Browder is now available. read more

- Literature course -

New Course in March

The fiction of David Foster Wallace, Dave Eggers and Jonathan Safran Foer represents a new trend in contemporary American literature. 

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“Made in the USA” by The Hague Philharmonic

On March 6 and 8, The Hague Philharmonic will present their program “Made in the USA”. Featuring works by Bernstein, Bartók and Dvorák, “Made in the USA” highlights the work of European composers in a world of Indians, skyscrapers and nostalgia for a destroyed homeland.

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The New Yorker reviews “House of Cards”

The new season of “House of Cards” feels like an extended epilogue, which is perhaps exactly what we – along with Frank Underwood – deserve. The New Yorker reviews the third season of “House of Cards.”