Research cooperation CURR (Cultures des Révoltes et Révolutions)

In order to find out more about our research cooperation with CURR (Cultures des Révoltes et Révolutions) in France, please
visit their website at http://www.crhq.cnrs.fr/curr/methodologie.php.

Apart from French, German and Swiss researchers, the cooperation also includes Dutch and English scholars, among them the Leiden-based research group “Tales of the Revolt: memory, oblivion and identity in the Low Countries, 1566-1700”:
http://www.hum.leiden.edu/history/talesoftherevolt/

CURR focus on communicational aspects of early modern revolts and revolutions, but in contrast to our own research group, they place special emphasis on long-term patterns of commemoration.

Members of the CURR research group at University of Caen, Basse-Normandie, will contribute to our up-coming collective volume  “Ink and blood – writing rebellion in early modern diplomacy”.

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Monika Barget

Since September 2013, I have been a member of the international research group "Revolts as Communicative Events" based at the University of Konstanz, Germany. My research interests include early modern constitutional history and political iconography.

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