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Monday 16 February 2015

  • Jelten Baguet (VUB)Financial Shock Therapy: Failure or Success? The case of sixteenth-century Ghent and the Habsburg Empire. 

Monday 16 March 2015

  • Miet Adriaens (VUB) and Hans Cools, Patronage aan de Demer. Giften van het Diestse stadsbestuur, 1499-1568.
  • Ruben Schalk (Utrecht University)From orphan to artisan: Dutch apprenticeship during and after the guilds. 

Monday 31 August 2015

  • Frederik Buylaert en Jelle HaemersRecord Keeping and Status Performance in the Early Modern Low Countries.

Monday 28 September 2015

  • Jelle De RockTurning Away from the City. Depictions of a Rural Ideal.
  • Marjolein Schepers (VUB)(Post-) colonial migration and membership regimes in Belgium, 1945-1972.

Monday 12 October 2015

  • Nick Van den Broeck (VUB) en Tim Soens (Universiteit Antwerpen)Graancrisis en peasant-landbouw. Een socio-institutionele analyse van de subsistentiecrisis van 1480-82 in het Land van Turnhout.
  • Torsten Feys (VUB)Presentation of his research on transatlantic migration movements in the long nineteenth century. 

Monday 26 October 2015

  • Jeroen Puttevils (Universiteit Antwerpen) and Wout Van de Sompele (Universiteit Antwerpen)Desired objects: lottery prizes in the Low Countries, 1440-1600.
  • Jan Dumolyn (Universiteit Gent) en Jelle Haemers (KULeuven)Hard Monday, Bad Wednesday and Good Friday. Revolt, Social Memory and Liturgical Time in the Later Medieval Low Countries.

Monday 16 November 2015

  • Frederik Buylaert en Mario Damen (Universiteit van Amsterdam)From Periphery to Centre and Back Again: Elite Transformations in Malines (14th-16th Centuries).
  • Janna EveraertA trail of trails. "Flemish" networks in sixteenth-century Valladolid and Medina del Campo.

Monday 30 November 2015

  • FWO proposals