Short CV/Education and training

  • 2017
    Associate Professor (UHD), Department of History, European Studies and Religious Studies, University of Amsterdam

  • 2016 – 2017
    Assistant Professor, Department of History, European Studies and Religious Studies, University of Amsterdam

  • 2015 – 2016
    Senior Lecturer in Early Modern European History, School of History, University of Kent, UK

  • 2012 – 2015
    Lecturer in Early Modern European History, School of History, University of Kent, UK

  • 2011 – 2012
    British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, UK

  • 2011 – 2012
    Non-Stipendiary Fellow, Girton College, University of Cambridge, UK

  • 2010 – 2012
    Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, UK

  • 2008 – 2010
    Ottilie Hancock Research Fellow, Girton College, University of Cambridge, UK

  • 2007 – 2008
    NWO Rubicon Fellow, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, UK

  • 2007 – 2007
    Junior Docent (junior lecturer), Faculty of Letters, University of Utrecht

  • 2003 – 2007
    Onderzoeker-in-Opleiding (PhD candidate), International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam

Education

  • 2007
    PhD, History, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands

  • 2003
    MA, Economic and Social History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Selected publications

Books

  • Food hawkers. Selling in the streets from antiquity to the present [Edited with Melissa Calaresu] (London: Routledge 2016).

  • Women and entrepreneurship. Female traders in the Northern Netherlands c. 1580-1815 (Amsterdam: Aksant 2007). Winner of the Thirsk-Feinstein Dissertation Prize and the IEHA Dissertation Prize

  • Bij uijtlandigheijt van haar man. Echtgenotes van VOC-zeelieden aangemonsterd voor de kamer Enkhuizen (1700-1750) (Amsterdam: Aksant 2005). Winner of the J.R. Bruijn Prize

Journal articles

  • ‘Policing peddlers. The prosecution of illegal street trade in eighteenth-century Dutch towns’, The Historical Journal Vol. 58 No. 2 (June 2015) 367-392.

  • ‘Retail development in the Consumer Revolution, The Netherlands c. 1670 – c. 1815’ [with Sheilagh Ogilvie] Explorations in Economic History 50 (2013) 69-87.

  • ‘The multiple identities of early modern Dutch fishwives’ in: SIGNS: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Vol. 37 No. 3 (Spring 2012) 587-594.

Book chapters:

  • ‘Guilds, gender policies and economic opportunities for women in early modern Dutch towns’ in Deborah Simonton and Anne Montenach (eds.) Female agency in the urban economy Gender in European towns, 1640-1830 (Routledge 2013) 116-133.

  • ‘Selling in the shadows: peddlers and hawkers in early modern Europe’ in: Marcel van der Linden and Leo Lucassen (eds.) Working on labour. Essays in honour of Jan Lucassen (Leiden/Boston 2012) 125-151.



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • ‘The Freedom of the Streets. Gender and Urban Space in Europe and Asia (1600-1850)’. Project duration 2016-2021. NWO VIDI

  • ‘Shadow economies. Informality, institutions and economic development in northwest Europe (1600-1800)’(36 months). British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • ‘Commercialization and Institutional Forces. Retail Guilds and the Rise of the Consumer Society in North-Western Europe c.1600-1800’ (12 months). NWO Rubicon

Contact

You can only see the contact information of the academics in the database if you are a registered user of AcademiaNet.
Please register here

Testimonials

  1. Read what our members say about AcademiaNet.

No more excuses!

  1. Please download the brochure "No more excuses" and read more about female experts in Europe, and about AcademiaNet.

Similar profiles

  1. Prof. Dr. Rosa María Albert

    History, Archaeological Prehistory, Paleovegetation and paleolandscape reconstruction, use of plant resources by past populations, plant diet, fossil plant microremains (phytoliths)

  2. Dr. Melanie Arndt

    History, Social, modern political, and environmental history

  3. Prof. Irena Backus

    History, Philosophy, Religion/Religious studies/Theology, Intellectual esp. Religious History of the Early Modern Period

  4. Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Baldauf

    Cultural studies, Ethnology, History, Linguistics/Literature, Religion/Religious studies/Theology, Languages and cultures of Central Asia