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CURRICULUM VITAE

DAVID MARTIN LUTHER ONNEKINK


Assistant Professor

Department of History

Universiteit Utrecht

Drift 10

3512 BS Utrecht

The Netherlands
+ 31 30 253 6476

D.M.L.Onnekink@uu.nl
Place of birth: Apeldoorn, The Netherlands

Date of birth: 3 March 1971




ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Current position
- Assistant Professor, Utrecht University (2007-)
Research interest
Early Modern History of relation between (foreign) policy and religion

Early modern International relations

Early Modern Political history of the British Isles and the United Provinces

Academic positions
Sept 2006-Sept 2010 Assistant Professor University of Leiden

Sep. 2004-Sep. 2008 Postdoctoral Researcher (VENI) at Utrecht University

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

Sept 2006-Aug 2007 Lecturer (part time) Leiden University

Sept.2001-Sept. 2003 Lecturer (part time) Utrecht University

Jan–Aug 2004 Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the

Humanities, Edinburgh/ Postdoctoral Researcher, Netherlands Organisation

For Scientific Research



International Exchange visits
January-May 2010 Visiting Scholar William & Mary College, Williamsburg, USA

July–August 2006 Visiting Scholar Institute of Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Edinburgh

March–April 2005 Visiting Scholar William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Los Angeles

Jan–March 2005 Visiting scholar Huntington Library, Los Angeles

Sept–Dec 2003 Visiting scholar at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)

Jan–June 1996 Erasmus student Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London


Editing Boards
– Co-Founder (2006-) and editor of Politics and Culture in North West Europe, 1650–1720, a

series with Ashgate Publishing Ltd (http://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=1279)

– Editing Board Member of Virtus
– Chief Editor (since 2010) of Transparant, historical magazine on religious history (2002-)

– Editor of Holland, historical journal (2008-2009)

– Editor of Zeven Provinciën Reeks , series of monographs (2008-)
Supervision and Coordination


  • Coordination programme BKO (teaching qualification junior lecturers)

  • Supervision of Teaching Assistants (1st year course)


Historical societies and networks
– Founding Board member (2002–) and secretary (2007–) of Vlaams-Nederlandse Vereniging voor

Nieuwe Geschiedenis (Flemish-Dutch Society for Early Modern History)

– Founder of The Williamite Universe (2002), an international network of scholars of late

Seventeenth century history (www.let.uu.nl/ogc/william).

– Founder of the Werkgroep Politieke Geschiedenis (2003), an informal network of junior

historians of early modern political history

– Secretary of Vrienden van het Instituut Geschiedenis VIGU (subsidies for students) (2007–)
Education & qualifications
Summer 2008 Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs

Spring 2007 Tutor MA ‘research lab’. Coordinator (2008-)

January 2007 PhD research supervision course (2 sessions, Utrecht University)

Oct 1999–Sep 2003 Ph. D., started 1999 University College London, continued

Utrecht University 2001. The Anglo-Dutch favourite: The career of Hans Willem Bentinck, 1st Earl of Portland (1649–1709)

Jan–Dec 1998 Research MA University of York

1990–1996 MA in Political History and History of International Relations,

Utrecht University


TEACHING

Personally developed courses
– ‘The British Revolutions of 1688’

Research Seminar, Utrecht University (2010)

– ‘Religious Conflict in the Early Modern Age’

Research Seminar, Utrecht University, William & Mary College (2009-2010)

– ‘The Dutch Golden Age’

Lecture series, William & Mary College (2009-2010)

– ‘Empire, Religion & Revolution: England under the Stuarts’

Level 3 course, Leiden University (2008-2009)

– ‘The Anglo-Celtic Isles’ (with Joost Augusteijn)

Lectures series, Leiden University (2007-2008)

– ‘Wars of religion, 1400-1700’

MA-Literature seminar (with Peter Hoppenbrouwers), Leiden University, 2008-9

– ‘Christianity, Commerce and Civilisation: Protestantism and British Imperialism 1700–1914’

Level 3 course, Leiden University (2007)

– ‘Preachers at War: Religious leaders in international politics’ (with Beatrice de Graaf)

Level 3 course, Utrecht University (2007)

– ‘Cross and Crescent: the confrontation between Islam and Christendom in Historical Perspective

MA course, Utrecht University (2006, 2007)

– ‘The Wars of Religion (1550–1700) as a European phenomenon’

Level 3 course, Utrecht University (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009-2010)

Level 2 course, Leiden University (2006, 2007)


Set courses:
– Introduction course skills (Leiden University, 2008)

– Early Modern History, introduction course (Leiden University, 2006, 2008)

– Early Modern History, introduction course, Utrecht University (since 2002)

– Contemporary History, introduction course, Utrecht University (2005)

– Modern History, introduction course, Edinburgh University (2004)
Various:
- ‘Crash Course' GIB

- MA-tutorials

- Literature exams

- BA and MA dissertations

- invited lectures

- Summer school lectures

- guest tutorials

GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS

Grants and Scholarships
2010 Internationalisering Geesteswetenschappen Conference Grant (2011)

2004-2008 VENI grant, full time 3 year postdoctoral scholarship, Utrecht University,

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

2005–2006 Visiting Research Fellowship, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Edinburgh, non-stipendiary. Not taken up.

2004–2005 Short Term Fellowship, Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies/William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Los Angeles


    1. Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Huntington Library,

Los Angeles: 1-month fellowship

Jan – Aug 2004 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO, ‘Talent’

postdoctoral bursary

Jan – Aug 2004 Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, postdoctoral bursary

Sep – Dec 2003 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research travel grant, UCLA,

May 2003 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research travel grant, London

August 2002 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research travel grant, Paris

March 2002 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research travel grant, London

2001–2003 University of Utrecht, full PhD-international stipend

2000–2001 Full British Council Chevening Scholarship

1999–2000 Full British Council Chevening Scholarship

1996 Erasmus exchange programme scholarship



PUBLICATIONS

Books


  • (working on): Principles, Parties and Protestantism: Ideology and Dutch foreign policy in the

Forty Years War (1672-1713)

The Anglo-Dutch Favourite. The career of Hans Willem Bentinck, 1st Earl of Portland

(Aldershot 2007)

Edited volumes




Pamphlets and politics in the Dutch Republic (The Hague, 2011), with Femke Deen

and Michel Reinders


Ideology and foreign policy in early modern Europe (1650-1750) (Farnham, forthcoming 2011),

with Gijs Rommelse.

War and Religion after Westphalia (1648–1713) (Farnham, 2009)

War, religion and service : Huguenot soldiering, 1685–1713 (Aldershot, 2007),

(with Matthew Glozier),

Redefining William III: The Impact of the King-Stadholder in International context (Aldershot,

2007), (with Esther Mijers)

Oorlog en Samenleving in de Nieuwe Tijd (Maastricht, 2005), (with Raymond Fagel)



Articles in refereed journals:

– ‘Mynheer Benting now rules over us’: the 1st Earl of Portland and the re-emergence of the

English favourite (1689–1699), English Historical Review, CXXI (2006), 693-713.

– ‘The Earl of Portland and Scotland (1689–1699) a re-evaluation of Williamite policy’, Scottish



Historical Review 85/2 (2006), 234-252.

– ‘ “Dutch counsels”: The foreign entourage of William III’, Dutch Crossing, 29 (2005), 5-20

– ‘Het fortuin van Henry Bentinck (1682–1726): de grillige carrière van een

Engels-Nederlands edelman’, Virtus (2004), 54-72

– ‘Craignez honte. Hans Willem Bentinck, graaf van Portland, en diens Engelse jaren’ in Virtus

102 (2001) 20-34

Articles in books


– ‘The perplexities of peace. Dutch foreign policy at the turn of the 18th century’, Inken Schmidt

-Voges et al. eds, Pax Perpetua. Neuere Forschungen zum Frieden in der Frühen Neuzeit\ (Oldenburg Verlag, 2010).

– ‘The Revolution in Dutch Foreign Policy (1688)’, in Pamphlets and politics in the Dutch

Republic (Leiden, 2011), ed. Femke Deen, David Onnekink and Michel

Reinders


– ‘The construction of the Loevestein Party, 1672-1702’,in Ideology and foreign policy in early

modern Europe (1650-1750) (contract under negotiation with Pickering and Chatto

Publishers), ed. David Onnekink and Gijs Rommelse

– ‘Britain in Europe during the Age of Marlborough’, forthcoming in 2011 in John Hattendorf,

ed., The Duke of Marlborough in European Perspective (invited)

– ‘Narratives, News and Networks. The Huguenots, the Protestant International and William’s wars

(1672-1702)’, forthcoming in 2009 in volume edited by David Trim (invited)

– ‘The last War of Religion? The Nine Years War and its causes’, in David Onnekink, ed., War

and Religion after Westphalia (1648–1713) (under contract, Aldershot, 2009)

– ‘Primacy contested. Foreign and domestic policy in the reign of William III, in William

Mulligan, ed., The Primacy of Foreign Policy (Houndsmill/New York, 2010).

– ‘The Spanish Partition Treaties: a re-evaluation’, in Glenn Richardson ed., The Contending



Kingdoms of France and England: 1066–1904 (Aldershot, 2008), 161-177.

– ‘ “Gunpowder, treason and plot”. Aspecten van religieus en politiek fanatisme in vroegmodern

Engeland’, in Isabelle Duyvesteyn and Beatrice de Graaf, red., Terroristen en hun

bestrijders vroeger en nu (Amsterdam, 2007), 13–27.

– Introduction to E. Mijers and D. Onnekink, eds., Redefining William III: The Impact of the



King-Stadholder in International context (Aldershot, 2007), 1–13.

– ‘ “janisaries, and spahees and pretorian band”: Perceptions of Huguenot soldiers in


Williamite England’, in M. Glozier and D. Onnekink, eds., War, religion


and service : Huguenot soldiering, 1685–1713 (Aldershot, 2007)

– ‘Huguenot Soldiers in Dutch Service: “A good Captain to disperse the royal troops’ (with

Matthew Glozier), in M. Glozier and D. Onnekink, eds., War, religion and service : Huguenot soldiering, 1685–1713 (Aldershot, 2007)


– ‘ “Een generale, goede en duyrsame vreede”: Het Utrechts vredescongres vanuit Staats

perspectief’, in: Tussen Munster en Aken. De Nederlandse Republiek als grote mogendheid



1648–1748, ed. Simon Groenveld, Maurits Eben and Raymond Fagel (Maastricht, 2005),

49–66


– ‘Anglo-Dutch diplomatic co-operation during the opening years of the War of the Spanish

Succession (1702–1704)’ in J.A.F. de Jongste and A.J. Veenendaal. Jr. eds., Anthonie



Heinsius and the Dutch Republic 1688–1720. Politics, Finance & War’ (The Hague

2002) 45-63


Articles in non-refereed journals:
– ‘ “A Common Philosophy”: The Role of Transnational Ideological Networks In the Making of

the Glorious Revolution’, Symposium “Reconsidering the 1680s: Glorious Revolution in

European context”, Odysseus 1 (2009), 87-104

– ‘The embarassment of power. Dutch historiography on 1688’, Odysseus 1 (2009), 43-66.

– ‘De constructie van “de ander”: Het conflict tussen christendom en islam in historisch perspectief’,

Aanzet (2008).

– ‘De godsdienstoorlogen: een historiografische verkenning’, Transparant, 17/3 (2006)

– Pragmatisch protestantisme: Bentinck en de predikanten, Transparant (2004)

– ‘Prince, Kerck en Unie: een zeventiende eeuws drievoudig snoer?’, Transparant (1999) 16-20


Internet articles
– ‘The Dutch Republic’, article on State Papers foreign, forthcoming Spring 2011 (invited)
Encyclopaedia articles:
– Article on Bentinck-Portland with Hugh Dunthorne, New Dictionary of National Biography 2004, approx. 5,000 words
Reviews
– Review of Steven C. Pincus, 1688. The First Modern Revolution (New Haven and London,

2009), Transparant 1 (2011)

– Review of J. Stern, Orangism in the Dutch Republic in word and image 1650-1675 (Manchester, 2010), forthcoming in De Zeventiende Eeuw, 2011

– Review of Lisa Jardine, Going Dutch. How England plundered Holland’s Glory, TvG 122/4 (2009), 573-4.

– Review of Colin Kidd, The Forging of Races: Race and Scripture in the Protestant Atlantic

World, 1600-2000 (Cambridge, 2006), Transparant 4 (2008), 28

– Review of Andrew Porter, Religion Versus Empire? British Protestant Missionaries and



Overseas Expansion, 1700-1914 (Manchester, 2004), Transparant 1 (2008), 33.

– Review of Eric Metaxas, Amazing Grace. William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to



End Slavery (New York, 2007) and John Piper, Amazing Grace in the Life of William

Wilberforce (Wheaton, 2006), Transparant 3 (2008)

– Review of Veen, S. van der,  Een Spaanse Groninger in Marokko. De levens van Johan Willem



Ripperda (1682-1737) (Amsterdam 2007), BMGN website

– ‘Radicalisme en de “linguistic turn” ‘: review of Glenn Burgess and Matthew Festenstein (eds),



English Radicalism, 1550-1850 (Cambridge, 200), Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 1

(2008), 115-116.

– Review of P.N. Furbank and W.R. Owens, A Political Biography of Daniel Defoe (London,

2006), Parliamentary history, 27 (2008), 290-291..


– Recht en revolutie, review of Alan Cromartie, The Constitutionalist Revolution. An Essay

on the History of England, 1450-1642 (Cambridge, 2006), Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis

3 (2007), 410-411.


– Christelijk communisme, review of John Gurney, Brave community. The Digger movement in

the English Revolution (Manchester en New York, 2007), Tijdschrift voor

Geschiedenis 3 (2007), 413.


– Review of Geert Janssen, Creaturen van de macht. Patronage bij Willem Frederik van

Nassau (1613–1664), BMGN, 122 (2007).

– ‘Nieuws en politiek’, recensie van J.W. Koopmans, red. News and politics in early modern



Europe (1500–1800) (Leuven, 2005), TvG 119/2 (2006), 277-8.

– review of Vico, Giambattista, Statecraft. The Deeds of Antonio Carafa (De rebus gestis Antonj



Caraphaei), translated and edited by Giorgio A. Pinton, in Journal of Early Modern History 9, 3/4 (2005), 432-433

– review of Robin Gwynn, Huguenot Heritage. The history and contribution of the Huguenots in



Britain, Transparant 16/2 (2005), 35

– ‘Nostalgie of modernisering?’, recensie van Gary S. de Krey, London and the Restoration



1659–1683. (Cambridge, 2005), Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 119 (2006), 130-131.

– review of R. Po-Chia Hsia and Henk van Nierop eds., Calvinism and Religious Toleration in the



Dutch Golden Age (Cambridge, 2002), Transparant 15/4 (2004), 34

– review of Roel van der Veen, Afrika. Van Koude Oorlog naar de 21 eeuw (Amsterdam, 2002),



Transparant 15/4 (2004), 33

– review of Joanne Bailey, Unquiet Lives: Marriage and Marriage Breakdowns in England,



1660–1800, Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis. 117/4 (2004), 616-7

– review of M. Glozier, The Huguenot Soldiers of William of Orange and the Glorious



Revolution of 1688. The Lions of Judah, H-Net 2004.

– ‘Polemische Engelse koffiehuislectuur’, review of J. Raymond, Pamphlets and Pamphleteering



in Early Modern Britain (Cambridge, 2003), 117/1 (2004), 132-3.

– ‘Heilige oorlog’, review of R. Bireley: The Jesuits and the Thirty Years War. Kings, Courts



and Confessors (Cambridge, 2003), 117/1 (2004), 131.

– review of W. Thomas, In de klauwen van de Inquisitie, Transparant, 14/3 (2003), 27-28

– ‘Hugenoten en soldaten’, review of M. Glozier, The Huguenot Soldiers of William of

Orange and the Glorious Revolution of 1688. The Lions of Judah,

Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 116/4 (2003), 602.

– ‘In de beklaagdenbank’, review of D.A. Orr, Treason and the state. Law, politics and



ideology in the English Civil War (Cambridge 2002), Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 116/3

(2003), 433.

– ‘Bestuurlijk experiment’, review of Christopher Durston, Cromwell’s Major-Generals:

Godly Government during the English Revolution, in Tijdschrift voor

Geschiedenis, 116/1, 136-7.

– ‘Puriteinen en Arminianen’. Review of N. Tyacke, Aspects of English Protestantism



c.1530-1700, in Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 115/2 (2002), 308.

– Review of N. Tyacke, Aspects of English Protestantism c.1530-1700, Transparant 13/1 (2002),

32-33.

Articles general interest

– ‘Vrome vrouwen. De religieuze politiek van Hendrik VIII’, Geschiedenis Magazine april 2009

(invited)

– ‘Van Amsterdam tot Balk: De Waalse kerken in Nederland. Interview met H. du Corbier’, (met

Ton van der Schans), Transparant, 16/2 (2005), 27-31

– ‘ Cassiodoro de Reina en de Spaanse Reformatie’, Transparant, 16/1 (2005), 23-24

– ‘Pragmatisch protestantisme: Bentinck en de predikanten’, Transparant, 15/3 (2004), 4-9

– ‘De “economie van het genoeg” als christelijke reactie op Industriële Revolutie en

vooruitgangsdenken. Interview met Bob Goudzwaard en Jan Luyten van Zanden’, (met

Beatrice de Graaf), Transparant, 14/4 (2003), 16-18

– ‘Tolerantiegeschiedenis is in: interview met Ben Kaplan’, Transparant, 14/3 (2003), 18-20

– ‘Rethinking William III: An international conference’, with Dr Esther Mijers, in Crossing Over 4 (2002) 6-8

– ‘Ik zie mezelf graag als Neo-Whig’, interview with Dr Nicholas Tyacke in Transparant I

2002 16-18


Conference and Seminar Papers
– ‘Het Rampjaar? De internationale context van de oorlog van 1672’, Symposium ‘Het Rampjaar:

Nieuwe Perspectieven’, Utrecht 28 oktober 2010

– ‘Principles, Parties and Protestantism Dutch Foreign Policy during the Forty Years War (1672-

1713)’. Seminar Erasmus Center for Early Modern Studies, Rotterdam, 16 September 2010.

– The Glorious Revolution in British, European and Global History – comment on Steve

Pincus’s 1688‘. ‘The First Modern Revolution?’, international conference University of Sussex, 27 May 2010 (invited)

– ‘Exiled Huguenots and the Construction of Identities’, The Huguenots: History and

Memory. ASDAH Sixth Triennial Meeting, 25-28 March 2010, Washington Adventist

University

– ‘ “A Common Philosophy”: The Role of Transnational Ideological Networks In the Making of

the Glorious Revolution’, Symposium “Reconsidering the 1680s: Glorious Revolution in

European context”, Tokyo University, 21 March 2009 (invited)

– ‘The embarassment of power. Dutch historiography on 1688’, seminar paper, Tokyo University

17 March 2009 (invited)

– ‘The perplexities of peace. Dutch foreign policy at the turn of the 18th century’, 23/24 Pax



Perpetua, international conference Universität Osnabrück 23/24 October 2008 (invited)

– ‘The interest of the whole of Europe’: William III and his continental policy’, (invited), The



primacy of foreign policy in British history: From the Restoration to New Labour, Glasgow University, 27-29 March 2008

– ‘The construction of the Loevestein Party’, The emergence of political ideology in foreign policy



in early modern Europe (1650-1720), 25/26 January 2008, University of Utrecht.

– ‘Dutch religious discourse in the third Anglo-Dutch war’, The Bangor Conference on the



Restoration, Politics and Culture in the 1670s, University of Wales, Bangor,

24-26 July 2007

– ‘The Peace of Utrecht: towards a new interpretation’,

Seminar of Institut für Kulturgeschichte der Frühen Neuzeit, Universität Osnabrück,

25 June 2007

– ‘De Republiek als Protestantse mogendheid’


UHSK symposium ‘Nederland Gidsland’, Universiteit Utrecht, 9 mei 2007

– ‘The last Wars of Religion? The Nine Years War and the War of the Spanish Succession’


The Anglo-American Conference on ‘Religion and Politics’, 5-7 July 2006

– Introductory paper, Pamfletten en politiek, Utrecht University, 3 July 2006

– ‘“De Triomf van de Voorzienigheid”. Terrorisme in Vroegmodern Engeland (1605–1696)’,

L’histoire se répéte?’ Terrorisme en contraterrorisme: in historisch perspectief

18 May 2006, Instituut Clingendael, The Hague

– The last War of Religion? The Nine Years War and its causes’, international conference Foreign Policy, Religious Conflict and Public Discourse in post-Westphalian

Europe (1648–1713), Het Loo Palace, Apeldoorn, 8 January 2005


– ‘The Spanish Partition Treaties (1698–1700): A re-evaluation.’, international conference

A Tale of Two Crowns: The Courts of England and France 1066–1904, Society for Court Studies/Institut Français, November 19/20 2004 (invited), and The Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Annual Conference 1 April 2005, Riverside Los Angeles.

– ‘The Scotto-Dutch faction’, Williamite Scotland and the United Provinces, The Institute for

Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, 28 June 2004

– ‘The Earl of Portland and Scotland’, The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities,

University of Edinburgh, forthcoming 15 April 2004 (invited)

– ‘The Earl of Portland and Scotland’, Scottish History Seminar, University of Edinburgh,

Forthcoming April 2004 (invited)

– ‘The 1st Earl of Portland as manager of intelligence networks c. 1687–1696’



Roger Morrice’s World Conference, Cambridge July 2003

– ‘Een Nederlandse Prins van Wales? De internationale carière van Hans Willem Bentinck

(1649–1709) Spring conference of Flemish-Dutch society for Early

Modern History, The Hague 28 March 2003 (invited)

– ‘Financiële hervormingen onder Koning-Stadhouder Willem III’, paper for ‘Geschiedenis van

de Overheidsfinanciën’, Utrecht 20 February 2003 (invited)

– Summary paper with Dr Esther Mijers on conference William III: Politics and Culture in

International Context, Utrecht 14 December 2002

– ‘The Huguenots and the Williamite cause 1689–1702’, Huguenot soldiering 1660–1780

conference organised by the Huguenot Society of London 11 November 2002 (invited)

– ‘Foreigners and Favouritism in Williamite Britain’, The Economic and Social History of Pre-

Industrial England Seminar of the Institute of Historical Research 22 November 2002

(invited)

– ‘Tussen Protestantisme en Pragmatisme: Willem III en zijn adviseurs’

VCH 27 April 2002, Buuren.(invited)

– ‘Anglo-Dutch diplomacy in the wars against France 1689–1713’

International conference Anthonie Heinsius and the Dutch Republic, 1688–1720,



Politics, Finance and war 29/30 March 2001 in Institute for Netherlands History, The

Hague (invited)

– ‘Dutch counsels? The entourage of William III 1689–1702’

Low Countries Seminar of the Institute of Historical Research 2 February 2001 (invited)

– ‘For liberty and religion? The political career of the 1st Earl of Portland (1649–1709)’

Postgraduate upgrade seminar UCL History Department 13 June 2000




Conference organising

– Main organisor of a series of conferences on the Peace of Utrecht, forthcoming in 2010

(Osnabrück), 2011 (Madrid) and 2013 (Utrecht)

– Main organisor (with Michel Reinders) of symposium ‘Het Rampjaar: Nieuwe Perspectieven’,

University of Utrecht, 28 October 2010.

Main organisor The emergence of political ideology in foreign policy in early modern Europe



(1650-1720), 25/26 January 2008, University of Utrecht.

– Main organisor (with Universities of Edinburgh and East Anglia) of conference on development

of political parties in Early Modern Europe, to be held at Utrecht University, 2007

– Co-organisor of Het Hof: nieuw onderzoek, nieuwe wegen

Utrecht University/Werkgroep Politieke Geschiedenis, 22 June 2007

– Main organiser of symposium on Pamphlets and Politics

Utrecht University, 3 July 2006

– Main organiser international conference Foreign Policy, Religious Conflict and Public



Discourse in post-Westphalian Europe (1648–1713), Het Loo Palace, January 2005

– Main organiser Workshop Williamite Scotland and the United Provinces, The Institute for

Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, 28 June 2004

– Main organiser international conference Inside Out and Outside In: A New Look at the 17th



Century Republic of Letters, University of Aberdeen, 12–13 December 2003

– Co-organiser of War and Society in Early Modern History, conference of the

Flemish-Dutch Society of Early Modern History, Breda 3 October 2003.

– Co-organiser of and speaker on the yearly symposium of the

Flemish-Dutch Society of Early Modern History, The Hague 28 March 2003

– Main organiser international conference William III: Politics and Culture in International



context Utrecht 13/14 December 2002.

– Co-organiser of Aristocracy and Power. Politics, Culture, Economy, 27 September 2002 at

University of Antwerp
Consultations
– Grant proposals reviewed for NWO January 2009, April 2009

– Articles refereed for Dutch Crossing (2007?, 2009)

– Article refereed for De Zeventiende Eeuw (2009)

– Article refereed for European History Quarterly (2007)

– Manuscripts reviewed for Ashgate Publishing Ltd (2006-)

– Manuscript reviewed for Palgrave/MacMillan (2008)

– Manuscript reviewed for NWO

– BBC website texts on William III: www.bbc.co.uk/ni/william


Media appearances
– TV Interview on William III, BBC Ireland, forthcoming 2011

– Radio interview Henry VIII, VPRO Radio OVT, September 2010

– Radio interview on Mary Stuart, VPRO Radio OVT, 20 July 2008.

– Radio interview on Elizabeth I, VPRO Radio OVT, 9 September 2007.



http://geschiedenis.vpro.nl/programmas/3299530/afleveringen/35385887/items/36704379/

– ‘Stadhouder Willem III wordt een beetje vergeten’, interview in Reformatorisch Dagblad, 2

September 2002

– ‘Gok leverde Willem III Engeland op’, interview in Apeldoornse Courant, 15 June 2002


Website maintenance
The Williamite Universe www.let.uu.nl/ogc/william

Flemish-Dutch Society for Early Modern History www.let.uu.nl/ogc/nieuwegeschiedenis











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