Europe 1000-1800 (MA)
Meet our staff
Prof.dr. P.C.H. Buc
Philippe Buc is professor Medieval History at the Institute for History. He is currently working in close contact with some historians of medieval Japan on comparing the conduct, experience, and commemoration of warfare in Japan and in Europe (to 1600). View his full profile here.
Prof.dr. J.F.J. Duindam
Jeroen Duindam is Academic Director and professor of the Institute for History. His research interest lie in the comparative study of rulers and elites. View his full profile here.
Dr. R.P. Fagel
Raymond Fagel is university lecturer at the Institute for History. His interest lie on the Renaissance, especially on the relations between the Low Countries and Spain during the Early Habsburgs, when both territories were part of the same conglomerate of states. View his full profile here.
Dr. L.P.F. Laborie
Lionel Laborie is an assistant professor at the Institute for History. His research concentrates on the cultural history of ideas and beliefs in early modern Europe, with a particular interest in religious dissenters, radicalism and tolerance in the long eighteenth century. View his full profile here.
Prof.dr. J.S. Pollmann
Judith Pollman is a professor Early Modern Dutch History. In the most general sense Judith Pollmann’s work concerns the question how people and societies in the past negotiated change. This has resulted in work on early modern identity formation, the history of the early modern Netherlands and the Dutch Revolt. View her full profile here.
Dr. F. Rosu
Felicia Rosu is an assistant professor at the Institute for History. Her research interest lie in the Early modern political thought and practice and the East Central European history. View her full profile here.
Dr. J.A. van der Steen
Jasper van der Steen is assistant professor at the Institute for History. His research interests lie in the dynastic politics and culture and in the political potency of the past in early modern Europe. View his full profile here.
Dr. R. Stein
Robert Stein is Senior University Lecturer at the Leiden University Institute for History. His research interest lie in Medieval History and Political Legitimacy. View his full profile here.
Dr. C.V. Weeda
Claire Weeda is a cultural historian whose main fields of interest include Greco-Arabic medicine, ethnicity, labour and racial capitalism in Europe, 1100-1600. She teaches and publishes regularly on ethnic stereotyping, public health, and religious-cultural practices across Europe. View her full profile here.