• 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”.
  • Roser Morante, Antske Fokkens & Piek Vossen, “Transparant NLP for the Digital Humanities: Processing Historical Texts”, National eScience Symposium (Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam).
  • Roser Morante, “Chronicling Novelty: New knowledge in the Netherlands, 1500-1850”. ATILA symposium 2019 (Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library, Antwerp).


  • “The Cycle of News in Chronicles from Eighteenth Century Holland: A Stylometric Approach”, Netwerk Institute Acadamy Assistants 2020/2021, VU University.
  • CLUE+ Corona Call, VU University.
  • “Tracking the reception of new knowledge in Low Countries’ chronicles, 1500-1850”, Humanities Research Traineeship Programme 2020, Leiden University.