Links

This is a list of research centres and institutes, archives, websites and blogs as well as ongoing international studies relevant to research on the perception and representations of late medieval territories in Western Europe. This list is, of course, not exhaustive: we welcome all suggestions!


Research centres and institutes

 University of Amsterdam

Amsterdam School for Historical Studies (ASH)

Amsterdam Centre for Urban History (ACUH)

NWO


Archives, documentation centres and websites

Brabant Historical Information Centre (BHIC)

Documentation centre Flemish Brabant (Dutch website)

City Archives Antwerp

State Archives of Belgium

Archief Erfgoed ’s-Hertogenbosch (Dutch website)

City Archives Brussels

GIStorical Antwerp 

http://www.hisgis.nl/ 


Blogs

Brabantica

Mario Damen – Man en paard. Over vorsten en edelen in de laatmiddeleeuwse Nederlanden

Stuart Elden – Progressive geographies. Thinking about place and power.


Historiography / Literature

Robert Stein – Magnanimous Dukes and Rising States (2017)

Elodie Lecuppre-Desjardin – Le Royaume inachevé des ducs de Bourgogne (2016)

Stuart Elden – The Birth of Territory (2013) 

Léonard Dauphant – Le Royaume des Quatre Rivières (2012) 

Henri Lefebvre, La Production de l’Espace (1974)

Robert Stein – Collective identities and transnational networks in medieval and early modern Europe, 1000-1800 (Research programme, Leiden University)

 

 

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