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prof. dr. S. Corbellini

Professor "History of Reading in Premodern Europe"
prof. dr. S. Corbellini
E-mail:
s.corbellini rug.nl

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PUblic REnaissance: Urban Cultures of Public Space between Early Modern Europe and the Present (HERA JPR)

Research
The central concept of the project is that of a “Public Renaissance”, by which the research team intends to examine both the urban cultures of public space in the early modern era, and to set this...

NWO Visiting Grant "A Forgotten Mutual Heritage: Cosimo III de’ Medici's Collection of Dutch Maps from the Seventeenth Century"

Research
The project aims at the first complete study and digital edition of 82 mid-seventeenth Dutch manuscript maps acquired by the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Cosimo III de’ Medici, from the Dutch cartographer...

Samenwerking Nederland-Vlaanderen "In Readers' Hands. Early Modern Dutch Bibles from a Users' Perspective"

Research
The research project offers a fresh approach to the production, dissemination and use of sixteenth century Bible translations – key texts in the religious, cultural, social, and...

NWO Open Competition "Cities of Readers. Religious Literacies in the Long Fifteenth Century"

Research
The research project “Cities of Readers” aims to supply a new phase in the scholarly exploration of the “long fifteenth century” (1400-1550), a period characterized by great cultural, political and...

COST Action "New Communities of Interpretation. Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe"

Research
This Action aims to coordinate research activities being currently developed at several European universities and research institutes and create a (virtual) centre of expertise for the study...

ERC Starting Grant "Holy Writ and Lay Readers. A Social History of Vernacular Bible Translations in the Middle Ages"

Research
The European Late Middle Ages, before the Reformation in the 16th century, were witness to a cultural revolution. The ‘traditional’ dichotomy between the categories ‘religious’ and ‘lay’ and ‘Latin’...
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