Teaching

 
Currently, I am teaching at the University of Leuven. I teach first-year survey courses (Historical Method, 400 students) and second-year historical seminars (Sources and Methods for Writing Early Modern History, 125 students). In the masters I teach a survey course on Early Modern Religion (80 students), accompanied by a working seminar on similar themes (max. 20 students).

Before, I co-taught with prof. dr. Bartolomé Yun a doctoral seminar at the European University Instite (Reading the Sources, Answering the Questions. Early Modern Historians in the Archives). At the University of Leuven, I taught a bachelor seminar on The Pursuit of Peace in Early Modern Europe and a comparative master seminar on The Inquisition in Spain and the Netherlands in the sixteenth century. I also coordinated in 2007-2008 the postgraduate seminar at the Department of History, in which PhD-students present their ongoing research.


Research Seminar:
Reading the Sources, Answering the Questions.
Early Modern Historians in the Archives.

European University Institute, Spring 2009

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