Publications 2015

 

Books

Bes, Lennart, and Gijs Kruijtzer, Dutch Sources on South Asia c. 1600-1825. Volume 3, Archival Guide to Repositories Outside The Netherlands (New Delhi: Manohar, 2015).

Duindam, J.F.J., Dynasties. A Global History of Power. 1300-1800 (Cambridge 2015).

Geevers, Liesbeth, and Mirella Marini, Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe. Rulers, aristocrats and the formation of identities (Farnham: Ashgate 2015).

Gommans, Jos, and Catia Antunes, Exploring the Dutch Empire. Agents, Networks and Institutions, 1600-2000 (London: Bloomsbury, 2015).

Rietbergen, P.J., Willem III (1650-1702): stadhouder en koning in Europese context (Amersfoort: Bekking & Blitz, 2015).

Rietbergen, P.J., Clio’s Stiefzusters. Verldenverbeeldingen voorbij de Geschiedwetenschap (Nijmegen, Vantilt, 2015).


Articles

Bekar, Cumhur, ‘The Ottomans and the Mamluks. Imperial Diplomacy and Warfare in the Islamic World by Cihan Yüksel Muslu (review)’ Turkish Area Studies Review 26 (2015), 52-53.

Berkel, M.L.M van, 'Abbāsid Mazālim between Theory and Practice,' Bulletin des d’études orientales 63 (2015)229-242.

Bes, L., 'Sultan among Dutchmen? Royal Dress at Court Audiences in South India, as Portrayed in Local Works of Art and Dutch Embassy Reports, 17th-18th Centuries’, Modern Asian Studies (forthcoming in 2016).

Duindam, J.F.J., ‘Royal Courts’, in: The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern European History. 1350-1750. Volume II Cultures and Power, Hamish Scott (ed.), (Oxford 2015) 440-477.

Duindam, J.F.J., '‘Der Günstling global. Favourites and Faction at Early Modern Courts’, Mittelalter. Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, http://mittelalter.hypotheses.org/6524

Duindam, J.F.J., Dynasties’, Medieval Worlds. Comparative and Interdisciplinary Studies, 1, 2 (2015) 69-78: .

Duindam, J.F.J., ‘Dynasty and Elites: from Early Modern Europe to Late Imperial China’ in: Liesbeth Geevers and Mirella Marini, eds., Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe: the dynamics of aristocratic identity formation in comparative perspective (Ashgate 2015).

Favereau, M., 'The consequences of the alliance between the khan Berke and the sultan Baybars' (in Russian), in: Sbornik Materialov. Mezhdunarodnoj nauchno-prakticheskoj konferencii, posvjashchennoj 700-letiju mecheti khana Uzbeka (g. Staryj Krym), Simferopol’ 14-18 oktjabrja 2014 g., (Simferopol: KRU, KMI, DUMK, 2015), 42-54.

Favereau, M., Les Cahiers science & vie. Histoire et civilisations, dossier «Invasions barbares», interview "Les conquêtes mongoles", p.79.

Favereau, M., 'Should historians serve the nation?' Leiden Islam Blog (http://leiden-islamblog.nl/articles/should-historians-serve-the-nation).

Flinterman, W., and F. Camphuysen, 'Saladin: een verhaal van Oost en West [Saladin: a story of East and West]', Geschiedenis Magazine 2 (March 2015) 34-38.

Flinterman, W. and J. Van Steenbergen, ‘Al-Nasir Muhammad and the formation of the Qalawunid State’, in Amy Landau (ed.) Pearls on a String. Art in the Age of Great Islamic Empires (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2015), 101-127.

Geevers, E.M.,'Safavid cousins on the verge of extinction: dynastic centralization in Central Asia and the Bahrāmī collateral line (1518-1596)', Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 58-3 (2015) 293-326.

Geevers, E.M., ‘The miracles of Spain. Dynastic attitudes to the Habsburg succession and the Spanish succession crisis (1580-1700),’ Sixteenth Century Journal 46 (2015) 99-119.

Geevers, E.M., and Mirella Marini, ‘Introduction: Aristocracy, dynasty and identity in early modern Europe, 1520-1700,’ in: Liesbeth Geevers and Mirella Marini (eds.), Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe. Rulers, aristocrats and the formation of identities (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015) 1-22.

Geevers, E.M., ‘The Nassau Orphans. The disputed legacy of William of Orange and the creation of the Prince of Orange (1584-1675),’ in: Liesbeth Geevers and Mirella Marini (eds.), Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe. Rulers, aristocrats and the formation of identities (Farnham: Ashgate 2015) 197-216.

 

Conference Papers

Bekar, C., 'Remembering Violence, Forgetting Consultation: The Image of Murad IV in Şehen-Şeh-Name-i Muradi (ca.1638)'. 30th Annual Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Conference at the University of Chicago, 1-2 May 2015.

Berkel, M.L.M. van, 'Communications between Centre and Periphery in the ‘Abbāsid Empire,' SFB Visions of Community. In the Shadows of Empire, Vienna (April 2015).

Duindam, J.F.J., Keynote lecture: ‘Dynastic legitimacy: Hallowed tradition versus personal activism’ 4th Annual Conference Royal Courts Network ‘Dynastic Changes and Legitimacy’. Lisbon, June 24-27, 2015.

Duindam, J.F.J., ‘Courts and Diplomacy 1648–1713: Entangled Worlds’. Conference Neue Ordnungen im Vergleich. Die langfristigen Auswirkungen des Wiener Fürstentages 1515 und des Wiener Kongresses 1815 auf (Ostmittel-)Europa, 25-27 November 2015.

Favereau, M., 'Toqtamish and az-Zâhir Barqûq: the Revival of the Mamluk-Jöchid alliance'. Conference of the School of Mamluk Studies (Université de Liège, Belgium), 26 June 2015.

Favereau, M., 'Connected Dynasties: How the Jöchids and the Jagiellonians Gave Birth to the Giray Khans'. International Medieval Congress (Leeds), 6 July 2015.

Favereau, M., 'The Golden Horde'. International conference "Empires to be Remembered" (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna), 26 November 2015.

Favereau, M., 'The Mamluk sultanate and the Golden Horde: Tension and Interaction'. International conference The Mamluk Sultanate and its Neighbors: Economic, Social and Cultural Entanglement" (Annemarie-Schimmel Research College "History and Society during the Mamluk Era, 1250-1517" of the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität Bonn, Bonn). 18 December 2015.

Flinterman, W., 'Going Medieval? Jihad and Heteronormativity'. Conference Confronting Gender and Faith. ICI Berlin, 10-11 December 2015.

Geevers, E.M., 'Maximizing dynastic capital: the employment of nephews in dynastic offices in the Habsburg monarchy, 1550-1625', International Medieval Congress, Session Dynasticism in Medieval and Early Modern Europe and Beyond, Leeds, 6 July 2015.
 
Geevers, E.M., 'Taming the dynasty? Dynastic organization and state formation in Habsburg Spain and
Safavid Iran (15th-17th centuries)', Contactgroep Leiden, 10 April 2015.

Ragetli, K., 'Mary of Burgundy and Court-City relations in 1477', 5 March 2015, Brussels, International Colloquium: Mary of Burgundy. The reign, the persona and the legacy of a European princess.

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