Publications

Articles or book chapters:

  • ‘From Arenberg to Aarschot and back again: female inheritance and the disputed “merger” of aristocratic identities’ in: Liesbeth Geevers and Mirella Marini eds, Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe. Rulers, aristocrats and the formation of identities (1520-1700). Politics and Culture in Europe, 1650-1750 (Ashgate, to appear in 2015)
  • With co-author Liesbeth Geevers, ‘Introduction’ in: Liesbeth Geevers and Mirella Marini eds, Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe. Rulers, aristocrats and the formation of identities (1520-1700). Politics and Culture in Europe, 1650-1750 (Ashgate, to appear in 2015)
  • ‘Dynastic Relations on an International Stage. Margaret de la Mark (1527-1599) and Arenberg family strategy during the Dutch Revolt’ in: Glenda Sluga and Carolyn James eds, Women, Diplomacy and International Politics since 1500 (Routledge 2015)
  • ‘Pendanten in leven en dood: Vroomheid, identiteit en autoriteit in de testamentaire beschikkingen van Anna van Croy, hertogin van Aarschot en prinses-gravin van Arenberg (1564-1635) in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampova and Koen Goudriaan eds, Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum 2013), 153-170.
  • Interlocking dynasties: netwerking en huwelijkspolitiek van de familie Arenberg tijdens de Opstand’ in: Luc Duerloo and Liesbeth De Frenne eds, Het verdeelde huis: de Nederlandse adel tussen Opstand en reconciliatie (Maastricht 2011) 55-78.
  • ‘Female authority in the Pietas Nobilita: Habsburg allegiance during the Dutch Revolt’, Dutch Crossing: Journal of Low Countries Studies 34, 1 (2010) 5-24.
  • ‘Anna van Croy (1564-1635): een spilfiguur in de Arenberggeschiedenis’ in: Peter Neu ed., Arenberger Frauen: Fürstinnen, Herzoginnen, Ratgeberinnen, Mütter: Frauenschicksale im Hause Arenberg in sieben Jahrhunderten (Koblenz 2006) 85-10.

My book reviews include:

  • ‘Review of Transregional and Transnational Families in Europe and Beyond. Experiences since the Middle Ages. Edited by Christopher H. Johnson, David Warren Sabean, Simon Teuscher and Francesca Trivellato’, Erebea: Revista de humanidades y ciencias sociales 2 (2012), 429-437.
  • ‘Review of Early Modern Women in the Low Countries. Feminizing Sources and Interpretations of the Past. By Susan Broomhall and Jennifer Spinks’, Dutch Crossing: Journal of Low Countries Studies 36, 1 (2012), 85-87.
  • ‘Review of Literacy in Everyday Life: Reading and Writing in Early Modern Dutch Diaries by Jeroen Blaak’, Dutch Crossing: Journal of Low Countries Studies 34, 3 (2010) 279-281.
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