Monika Barget studied history, history of art and theology in Augsburg (Germany) and Galway (Ireland). In 2013, she joined the international research group 'Early Modern Revolts' at Konstanz University as a doctoral student. Since October 2017, she has been project manager in the Letters 1916-1923 project at Maynooth University (Ireland). Her research interests include early modern constitutional history and political iconography.
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Conference paper “From Power Brokers to Rebels. How Frans Hogenberg Depicted the Beginning of the Dutch Revolt”
by Monika Barget · Published October 16, 2014
by Monika Barget · Published March 22, 2016 · Last modified March 23, 2016
Protected: Volkswagen Fellowship Symposium 2014 – “Revolt on stage: The role of ‘the Turk’ in pre-modern German drama”
by Monika Barget · Published April 27, 2014 · Last modified April 28, 2014