17 June 2021. Theo Dekker, “Epidemics in the early modern period. The changing representations of epidemics by ordinary people in Dutch chronicles”, research paper, Dealing with Disasters (Ravenstein/online).
8 October 2021. Theo Dekker, “The Reception of Corpuscular Philosophy Among the Early Modern Dutch Middling Sort”, research paper, Workshop: Is Atomism Atheism?
7-10 September 2021. Theo Dekker, “Chronicling Epidemics. The relation between medical knowledge and religious practices among non-medical experts in the Low Countries, 1500-1850”, research paper EAHMH Congres ‘Faith, Medicine and Religion’ (online).
Alie Lassche and Roser Morante, “The Mediascape of Dutch Chroniclers (1500-1850). Labeling Media Mentions in Early Modern Chronicles Using CRF”, research paper, DHBenelux 2021 (online).
Carolina Lenarduzzi et al., “Chronicling the New in the Early Modern Low Countries, 1500–1800”, panel, RSA 2021 (online).
Judith Pollmann, “Chroniclers and the Selection of Useful Knowledge”.
Erika Kuijpers, “Digitizing Early Modern Chronicles through Crowdsourcing and Automatic Handwritten Text Recognition”.
Alie Lassche, “Using Digital Tools to Analyze the Mediascape of Netherlandish Chroniclers”.
Theo Dekker, “The Production and Reception of Popular Medical Knowledge in Early Modern Chronicles”.