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Staff members with discipline Medieval & Renaissance Studies

Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.

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Reformed Theology with particular attention to its sources, development and context and special attention to the relationship between religion and culture. 
prof. dr. H. (Henk) van den Belt
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Professor of Reformed Theology: Sources Development, and Context
P.H. (Pieter) Boonstra, MA
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PhD student
Medieval History; History of Reading in Premodern Europe; European Culture and Literature in the Middle Ages
prof. dr. S. (Sabrina) Corbellini
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Professor "History of Reading in Premodern Europe"
Renaissance and medieval literature
dr. J. (John) Flood
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Senior Lecturer (US: Assistant Professor)
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Assistant professor
Devotional illuminated manuscripts (1270-1500)
Theory and methodology
Digital humanities
S. (Suzette) van Haaren, MA
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PhD student
Ritual and Liturgy (History, Theology, Practice); Material Culture and Religion; History of the Book (Codicology; Palaeography; Beneventan Studies); Medieval Education (Distichs of Cato; Erasmus); Heritage Studies; Digital Text Editing
dr. A.J.M. (Andrew) Irving
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Development of medieval and early modern land surveying in Western Europe
D.E. (Desiree) Krikken, MA
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PhD student
medieval and early modern philosophy; philosophy of language and mind; metaphysics; epistemology
prof. dr. M. (Martin) Lenz
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Department Chair & Professor of History of Philosophy
Folktales and Narrative Culture from the Middle Ages until today in the Netherlands in an International Perspective
prof. dr. T. (Theo) Meder
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Professor Folktales and Narrative Culture
Dutch literature to c. 1800, esp. Middle Ages and Rhetoricians period
prof. dr. B.A.M. (Bart) Ramakers
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Professor of Historical Dutch Literature
• English literature from the 14th century to the Reformation
• Scribes, archives, and manuscripts
• Authorship and literary culture
• Law and literature
• Political writing and intellectual history
• Travel, Anglo-European contact, and global medieval literature

prof. S.I. (Sebastian) Sobecki
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Professor of Medieval English Literature and Culture; Professor of Old Germanic (by courtesy)
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