Author: daviddeboer

Conference paper “Irish Tears and Miserable Waldensians: Images of Religious Persecution in the Dutch Republic”

In November 2014, scholars from several universities in Western and Eastern Europe will meet at the University of Konstanz, Germany, to discuss the visualisation of power, resistance and punishment in early modern times. The overall aim of our...

Volkswagen Fellowship Symposium 2014 – “Depicting Death True to Life: Violence in Dutch Print and Painting”

David de Boer, University of Konstanz: Depictions of violence played an important role in the news media of the Dutch Republic. Compared to prints from other parts of Europe they often seem particularly cruel. Frans Hogenberg (1535-1590), the...

Media Download – Early modern city revolt in the Dutch Republic

Presentation by David de Boer on narratives of progress in urban Dutch uprisings of the early 18th century at the interdisciplinary workshop “Literature and History” / Präsentation von David de Boer über Narrative der Fortschrittlichkeit in niederländischen Stadtrevolten...