Category: Project publications

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...

Muscovite Religious Dissenters in Ingria as an Object of Diplomatic Negotiations in the Borderlands

Adrian Александрович Selin is professor of early modern history at the Higher School of Economics (Russia). In his contribution to our collective volume “Ink and Blood – Writing Rebellion in Early Modern Times”, he will discuss ethnic and religious conflicts in the Swedish-Russian borderlands of...

Reflecting Revolts during the Siege of Smolensk (1609–11): Internal Reports and Diplomatic Instructions

Kuzma V. Kukushin is PhD candidate at the Higher School of Economics (Russia) and focuses on 17th-century Russian politics. In his contribution to our collective volume “Ink and Blood – Writing Rebellion in Early Modern Times”, Kuzma will present diplomatic networks which shaped the Siege...

Reporting Rebellion: The Marquis d’Iberville and the Jacobites in 1715

Daniel Szechi is professor of early modern history at University of Manchester (England) and specialist in Jacobite studies. In his contribution to our collective volume “Ink and Blood – Writing Rebellion in Early Modern Times”, he will consider French perceptions of British Jacobite networking in...