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Post-doctorants 2015-2016

Griet Vermeesch

Post-doctorante (avec contrat)
Equipe(s) : LaDéHiS
Laboratoire(s) de rattachement : CRH

Coordonnées professionnelles

griet.vermeesch (a) vub.ac.be

Projet de recherches

L'accès à la justice aux Pays-Bas (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècle)

Accueil et durée

Academic Positions

2010-present : Lecturer at the History Department of the Vrije Universiteit Brussels (10 %)

2011-2015 : Postdoctoral fellow of the Research Foundation - Flanders

2007-2011 : Postdoctoral assistant Vrije Universiteit Brussels

2006-2007 : Postdoctoral researcher Leiden University

2001-2006 : Pre-doctoral researcher University of Amsterdam

Education

- PhD degree in History obtained in September 2006 at University of Amsterdam

- MA degree in History obtained in September 2001 at Vrije University Brussels

Publications

Fellowships, Awards and Honors

Professor van Winter award (3.500 Euro) in October 2007 for the best book on local history in the Low Countries, for the years 2005-2006, for the monograph Oorlog, steden en staatsvorming. De grenssteden Gorinchem en Doesburg tijdens de geboorte-eeuw van de Republiek, ca. 1570-1680 (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press 2006).

Professional Service and Activities

Referee / Evaluator

  • Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis

  • Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis

  • Routledge

  • Brill

Project management and leadership

  • Leader of Dutch-Flemish project ‘Networks of state and Capital. War, military institutions and entrepreneurs in the Netherlands, ca. 1670-1795’ (2008-2011), with Marjolein ‘t Hart (University of Amsterdam)
    This project included being the supervisor for Thomas Goossens’s PhD work (thesis successfully defended on 26 October 2012) and the American post-doctoral researcher Jeffrey Fynn-Paul.

  • Since 2014 :  Member of the Comité Rechtsgeschiedenis

  • Since 2014 : Member editorial Board Journal ‘Zeventiende eeuw’

  • Since 2010 : co-director (with Professor René Vermeir – University of Ghent) of the ‘Institute for Early Modern History’, a research alliance of early modernists at the Departments of History of the University of Ghent and the Vrije Universiteit Brussels.

  • Since 2009 : Member of the Board of the ‘Vlaams-Nederlandse Vereniging voor Nieuwe Geschiedenis’ (Dutch-Flemish Association for Early Modern History)

  • Since December 2008 : Research director (with Professor Marlou Schrover – Leiden University) of the research programme ‘Social History of Communities’ of the Dutch-Flemish N.W. Posthumus Institute

  • Since 2014 : Leader of FWO project “Explaining the great litigation decline. The impact of social change on litigation patterns in early modern Europe. The cases of Bruges and the Liberty of Bruges (1650-1795)”. IN collaboration with Thijs Lambrecht (Rijksarchief Gent).

Member of juries at PhD defences

  • PhD defence by Wietse Veentra for his PhD ‘Tussen gewest en generaliteit. Staatsvorming en financiering van de oorlogvoering te water in de Republiek der Verenigde Nederanden, in het bijzonder Zeeland (1586-1795), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 6 November 2014.

  • PhD defence by Joke Verfaillie for her PhD ‘Au coeur de la cour. Een analyse van de organisatie en het personeel van de griffie va de Raad van Vlaanderen 1386-1795’, Universiteit Gent, 1 July 2014.

  • PhD defence by Pepijn Brandon for his PhD ‘Masters of War. State, capital and military enterprise in the Dutch cycle of accumulation (1600-1795)’, at the University of Amsterdam, 16 January 2013

  • PhD defence by Leo Andriaenssen for his PhD ‘Staatsvormend geweld. Overleven aan de frontlinies in de meierij van Den Bisch, 1572-1629’, at the University of Tilburg, 26 October 2007

Conference Organizing and Participation

  • Organization of the International conference on war and society in the golden age, a comparative perspective (Rijswijk, 19-21 December 2005)

  • Organization of the International conference on civil services and urban communities in early modern Europe (Leiden, 30 November – 1 December 2007)

  • Organization session ‘Public services and urban politics in European cities, 14th to 18th centuries’, op de IXth International Conference on Urban history (Lyon, 27-30 August 2008).

  • Organization of the N.W. Posthumus Research Colloquium Brussels, 23 en 24 November 2009.

  • Organization international workshop‘European cities and towns, 400-2000’, Antwerpen 4 December 2009.

  • Organization van de session ‘Bottom-up dynamics in early modern urban politics’ op de Xth International Conference on Urban history (Gent, 1-4 september 2010), with Hanna Sonkajärvi (Universität Duisburg Essen).

  • Organization Masterclass with prof. dr. Vanessa Harding (Birkbeck, Londen) for Phd-students of the N.W. Posthumus researchschool, on Monday 6 September 2010 at the University of Antwerp.

  • Organization of the N.W. Posthumus Research Colloquium Brussels, November 2010, with prof. Dr. Anne Winter

  • Organization session ‘War, state and capital. European connections and global repercussions in the early modern period’, at the Third European Conference on World and Global History (Londen, 14-17 April 2011).

  • Organization, with prof. Dr. René Vermeir, meeting of the Institute for Early Modern History in Ghent on 18 March 2011.

  • Organization of international conference on ‘War, the state and entrepreneurs in early modern Europe’ op 1-2 December 2011 at the Paleis der Academiën in Brussels, with Marjolein ’t Hart (UvA), Hans Cools (KUL), René Vermeir (UGent), Markus Meumann (Universität Martin Luther Wittenberg-Halle) and Rafael Sanchez (Universidad de Navarra).

  • Organization conference ‘Lobbypraktijken in de vroegmoderne Nederlanden’, Brussel, 21 September 2012

  • Workshop of the Institute of Early Modern History, Brussels, Friday 26 April

  • Organization session ‘The uses of justice’, Posthumus conference, Eindhoven, 18-19 April 2013

  • Organization Masterclass with Prof dr. James D. Tracy (University of Minneapolis), University of Amsterdam, 24 October 2013.

  • Organization Masterclass with Prof dr. Tim Hitchcock (University of Sheffield), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 3 December 2013.

  • OrganizationOrganisation of session “The clientele of law courts in early modern Europe and colonial Latin America” at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Legal history, Miami, 7-9 November 2013, with Julie Hardwick (University of Texas at Austin) and Bianca Premo (Florida International University).

  • Organisation of session “The uses of justice in cities: a comparative and global approach, 1300-1800” at the 12th International Conference on UrbanHistory: Cities in Europe, Cities in the World, organised by the European Association for Urban History,Lisbon, September 2014, with Manon van der Heijden (Leiden University) and Lynn Lees (University of Pennsylvania).

Teaching Experience

  • University of Amsterdam, 2003-2006

  • Vrije Universiteit Brussels, since 2010-present

  • Guest lectures at the University of Nijmegen, University of Antwerp and Ghent University.

Courses Taught

  • Undergraduate seminars at History Department, University of Amsterdam

  • ”Early modern times: introductory seminar (bibliography sources and methods)”, undergraduate course History Department Vrije Universiteit Brussel

  • “Political problems of the early modern period”, undergraduate course History Department Vrije Universiteit Brussel

 

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