dr. D.C. van der Linden
Ph.D., History, Utrecht University, 2013
M.A., History, Utrecht University, 2008
B.A., Liberal Arts, Utrecht University, 2006
2015–present: NWO Veni Post-doctoral researcher, University of Groningen
2015–present: Lecturer in History, University of Groningen
2014–2015: NWO Rubicon Post-doctoral fellow, Queens' College, University of Cambridge
2012–2014: Post-doctoral researcher, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Fellowships, grants, and prizes:
NWO Internationalisation in the Humanities Grant, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2016–2019.
NWO Added Value through Humanities grant, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2016.
NWO Veni Grant, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2015–2019.
NWO Rubicon Grant, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2014–2015.
Scaliger Fellowship, Scaliger Institute, Leiden University, 2014.
Pierre Regard Fellowship, Institut d’Histoire de la Réformation, University of Geneva, 2013.
Prize for Low Countries Studies, Association for Low Countries Studies (UK), 2008. Awarded for the best undergraduate paper written on a topic in Low Countries history: ‘Lessons in Devotion: The Religious Experience of John Evelyn and Sir William Brereton in the Dutch Republic’.
Andrew Bergman Prize in History, University of Madison-Wisconsin (USA), 2006. Awarded for the best undergraduate paper written on a historical topic: ‘The Bitter and the Sweet: Debating Coffee and Imagining Empire in Great Britain, 1650–1700’.
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