Category: Project publications

Publications by research group members

Perceptions of local uprisings in Swedish and Danish diplomatic correspondence of the 1620s

Following our participation in the RSA annual conference in 2015, we have decided to publish a collective volume on revolts and diplomacy in early modern times. Alongside scholars from Germany, England, Russia, France and Hungary, Nils Erik Villstrand and Miriam Rönnqvist have contributed a Scandinavian...

Picking up the Pieces: Catholic Material Culture and Iconoclasm in the Low Countries

Our group member David de Boer has recently written an article on religious conflict for the Low Countries Historical Review. Please follow this link to view or download the full text: Low Countries Historical Review, Vol. 131, Issue 1, 2016 Abstract: “In 1566 the Catholic...

Exiled dissenters and British intelligence

Jason Peacey is professor of early modern history at University College London and takes special interest in British history. In his contribution to our collective volume “Ink and blood – writing rebellion in early modern diplomacy”, he will discuss British observations of exiled dissenting communities...

Espionage and foreign intelligence in early modern rebellions

Lucien Bély is professor of modern history at Université Paris-Sorbonne. He has specialised in diplomatic history and espionage. He will contribute to our collective volume “Ink and blood – writing rebellion in early modern diplomacy”. Lucien Bély’s university website: http://www.paris-sorbonne.fr/l-universite/nos-enseignants-chercheurs/article/bely-lucien Bély’s major publications: 1. Espions...