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Judith Pollmann

Professor of Early Modern Dutch History

Name
Prof.dr. J.S. Pollmann
Telephone
+31 71 527 2740
E-mail
j.pollmann@hum.leidenuniv.nl

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; the Reformation and Counter-Reformation in Europe and the social history of religion; the history of early modern memory, news and public opinion. Much of her work is based on the study of chronicles, diaries, and other personal records. Her most recent book is Memory in early modern Europe, 1500-1800, that was published by Oxford University Press in 2017

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Spreekuur / Hours

By appointment

Research

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; the Reformation and Counter-Reformation in Europe and the social history of religion; the history of early modern memory, news and public opinion. Much of her work is based on the study of chronicles, diaries, and other personal records.

Curriculum vitae

Judith Pollmann studied history at the University of Amsterdam and Renaissance Studies at the Warburg Institute in London. In 1998 she was awarded her doctorate at the University of Amsterdam for a study of the religious development of the diarist and humanist Arnoldus Buchelius (1565-1641). From 1995-2005 she taught early modern European history at Somerville College and the University of Oxford. She came to Leiden in 2005, and currently holds a personal chair in Early Modern Dutch History. From 2008-2013 Judith Pollmann was director of the NWO VICI research project Tales of the Revolt. Memory, oblivion and identity in the Low Countries, 1566-1700. With Henk te Velde, she is currently directing the NWO Vrije Competitie project, The persistence of civic identities in the Netherlands, 1747-1848. She is a member of the editorial board of Past and Present.  

Selected recent publications

Memory in early modern Europe (Oxford University Press 2017)

with Erika Kuijpers, ‘Turning sacrilege into victory. Catholic memories of iconoclasm, 1566-1700’ in Éva Guillorel, David Hopkins, Will Pooley (eds), European Traditions of Revolt: Memories of Social Conflict in Oral Culture (Routledge 2018)

‘Archiving the present, chronicling for the future in early modern Europe’, in; The Social History of the Archive: Record Keeping in Early Modern Europe, ed. Liesbeth Corens, Kate Peters and Alexandra Walsham, Past & Present Supplement 11, 2016, 232-252

‘Iconoclasts Anonymous, or why did it take historians so long to identify the image-breakers of 1566?’, BMGN 131/1 (2016), 155-176

PhD supervision in progress

  • Carolien Boender, Civic identity in Haarlem, 1747-1848, AiO UL, with Prof. Henk te Velde.
  • David de Boer, Beyond the Borders of Tolerance. Religious Persecution in Europe and the Dutch Republic, 1648-1748. Co-tutelle Universität Konstanz, Germany. 1st promotor dr. Malte Griesse.
  • Erica Boersma, Veranderend geefgedrag bij bijzondere collectes, ca 1621-1800, copromotor Dr. Ariadne Schmidt.
  • Silvia Gaiga, De Educatiereis in de XVIe eeuw tussen Peregrinatio en Grand Tour
  • Carolina Lenarduzzi, Katholieke subcultuur in de Republiek
  • Thérèse Peeters, Trust in the Counter-Reformation co-promotor Dr. Felicia Roşu
  • Cees Reijner, Italiaanse Geschiedschrijving over de Nederlandse Opstand co-promotor Dr. Raymond Fagel

Ancillary positions

Past & Present, Member of the Editorial Board

Leibniz Institut für Europäische Geschichte, Mainz, Member of the Wissenschaftliche Beirat

Rijksmuseum, Honorary Curator for Dutch History

Huizinga Instituut. Onderzoeksschool voor Cultuurgeschiedenis, Chair of the Board

Werkgroep Zeventiende Eeuw, Chair

Koninklijke Bibliotheek, member of the academic advisory board of Metamorfoze

Professor of Early Modern Dutch History

  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
  • Institute for History
  • Vaderlandse Geschiedenis

Work address

Johan Huizinga
Doelensteeg 16
2311 VL Leiden
Room number 1.05

Contact

  • Pollmann J.S. (2018), De tachtigjarige oorlog in de Nederlandse herinnering. In: Ham H. van der, Soethout M. (Eds.) 80 jaar oorlog. Amsterdam: Atlas Contact. 262-267.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2018), L'identité catholique. In: Secretan C, Frijhoff W. (Eds.) Dictionnaire des Pays-Bas au Siècle d'or. Paris: CNRS editions. 124-125 [entry in reference work].other
  • Pollmann J.S. & Velde H. te (2018), New state, new citizens? Political change and civic continuities in the Low Countries, 1780-1830, BMGN: Low Countries Historical Review 133(3): 4-23.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2018), Révolte des Pays-Bas. In: Secretan C., Frijhoff W. (Eds.) Dictonnaire des Pays-Bas au Siècle d'or. Paris: CNRS Éditions. 629-632 [entry in reference work].other
  • Pollmann J.S. (2018), The cult and memory of war and violence. In: Helmers H.J., Janssen G.H. (Eds.) The Cambridge Companion of the Dutch Golden Age. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 88-104.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. & Kuijpers H.M.E.P. (2018), Vroegmoderne kronieken ontsluiten: een oproep., Archievenblad 122(7): 31-31.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Pollmann J.S & Kuijpers H.M.E.P. (2018), Turning sacrilege into victory. Catholic memories of Calvinist iconoclasm in the Low Countries, 1566-1700. In: Guillorel E., Hopkin D., Pooley W.G. (Eds.) Rhythms of Revolt. European traditions and memories of social conflict in oral culture. Abingdon and New York: Routledge. 151-170.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2017), Memory in early modern Europe, 1500-1800. Oxford: Oxford University Press.book
  • Pollmann J.S. (2016), Iconoclasts Anonymous. Why did it take historians so long to identify the image-breakers of 1566, BMGN 113 131(1): 155-176.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2016), Archiving the Present and Chronicling for the Future in Early Modern Europe, Past and Present: a journal of scientific history 230((suppl 11)): 231-252.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2016), Simon Schama, Embarrassment of Riches. Onvoltooid Verleden Tijd (OVT) [podcast].other
  • Pollmann J.S. & Kuijpers E. (2016), Van schaamte naar wonderverhalen. Katholieke herinneringen aan ‘1566’, Geschiedenis Magazine (July/August): 23-25.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Pollmann J.S. (2015), Iedereen slachtoffer. Het verleden herschrijven na het Beleg van Leiden (1573-1574), Geschiedenis Magazine (5): 18-21.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Pollmann J.S. (1 March 2015), Beeldenstorm for Onvoltooid Verleden Tijd(NPO Radio 1) [interview].radio interview
  • Pollmann J.S. (2015), Arnoldus Buchelius. In: Op 't Hof W.J., et al. (Eds.) Encyclopedie Nadere Reformatie. no. I Utrecht: De Groot Goudriaan. 143-145.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2015), De Tachtigjarige Oorlog. Een hoorcollege over de geschiedenis van de Nederlandse Opstand. 15325. Gouderak: Home Academy. [audio]other
  • Pollmann J.S. (2015), Member of the editorial board Member of editorial staff Past and Present: a journal of scientific history .editorship of journal
  • Lundin M., Medick H., Merback M., Pollmann J.S. & Rau S. (2015), Memory before Modernity: Cultures and Practices in Early Modern Germany, German History 33(1): 100–122.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2015), Over paarden, postduiven en het 'verrassend onmoderne' van oorlogsmemorabilia. In: Winssen T. van (Ed.) Jo Tollebeek, De paarden van Waterloo. Over de schoonheid en bruutheid van de geschiedenis.. no. Huizinga-lezing 2015: Elsevier. 61-67.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2015), Review of: Dunthorne H. (2013) Britain and the Dutch Revolt, 1560-1700, BMGN 113 130(3).book review
  • Pollmann J.S. (2014), Het Utrechtse tuchthuis of de grenzen van het gezag in de Gouden Eeuw. In: Groesen M. van, Pollmann J.S., Cools H. (Eds.) Het Gelijk van de Gouden Eeuw. Recht, onrecht en reputatie in de vroegmoderne Nederlanden. Hilversum: Verloren. 91-106.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2014), Memory before and after nationalism. A revision. In: Böss, M. (Eds.) Conflicted pasts and national identities. Narratives of war and conflict. no. 6 Aarhus: Aarhus University Press. 31-42.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. & Stensland M. (2013), Alba’s reputation in the early modern Low Countries . In: Ebben M.E, Lacy-Bruijn M., van Hövell tot Westerflier R. (Eds.) Alba. General and Servant to the Crown. Rotterdam: Karwanseray. 309-325.book chapter
  • Lenarduzzi C. & Pollmann J.S. (2013), Het Vaderlands Verleden In De Zeventiende Eeuw. Inleiding, Archai: Revista de Estudos sobre as Origens do Pensamento Ocidental 29(2): 146-151.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2013), Met grootvaders bloed bezegeld. Het religieuze verleden in de zeventiende eeuw, Archai: Revista de Estudos sobre as Origens do Pensamento Ocidental 29(2): 162-173.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2013), Of living legends and authentic tales. How to get remembered in early modern Europe, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society sixth series, 23: 103-125.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2014), Schuilen onder de vleugels van Oranje. Over de wortels van het orangisme, 1600-1618. In: Velde H. te, Haks D. (Eds.) Oranje onder. Populair orangisme van Willem van Oranje tot nu. Amsterdam: Prometheus/Bert Bakker. 27-45.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (27 September 2013), Mythes kwamen stad goed uit for Leidsch Dagblad [interview].other
  • Pollmann J.S. (12 February 2013), Veel geloven op één kussen for De Gouden Eeuw(NTR) [interview].radio interview
  • Pollmann J.S. (2013), Being a Catholic in Early Modern Europe. In: Bamji Alexandra, Janssen Geert H., Laven Mary (Eds.) The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation. Farnham: Ashgate. 165-182.book chapter
  • Pollmann J. & Kuijpers E. (2013), Introduction: On the early modernity of modern memory. In: Kuijpers, E., Pollmann, J., Müller, J., Steen, J. van der, (Eds.) Memory Before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe. no. 176 Leiden/Boston: Brill. 1-23.book chapter
  • Kuijpers E., Pollmann J., Müller J. & Steen J. van der (Eds.) (2013), Memory Before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe no. 176. Leiden/Boston: Brill.editorship of book
  • Kuijpers H.M.E.P., Pollmann J.S., Müller J.M. & Steen J.A. van der (2013), Memory before Modernity: Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions. Leiden/Boston: Brill.book
  • Pollmann J.S. (2013), Member of editorial staff Past and Present: a journal of scientific history .editorship of journal
  • Duke A.C. & Pollmann J.S. (2013), Reformations and Revolt in the Netherlands, 1500-1621 . In: King, M. (Eds.) Oxford Bibliographies in Renaissance and Reformation. New York: Oxford University Press.book chapter
  • Brecht Deseure and Judith Pollmann (2013), The experience of rupture and the history of memory [The experience of rupture and the history of memory] (translation: Deseure B.D.O. & Pollmann J.S.). In: Kuijpers H.M.E.P., Pollmann J.S., Muller J.M., Steen J.A van der (Eds.) Memory before modernity. Practices of memory in early modern Europe (Leiden and Boston 2013), 315-330. Leiden: Brill. 315-329.book chapter
  • Kuijpers H.M.E.P. & Pollmann J.S. (2013), Why remember terror? Memories of violence in the Dutch Revolt. In: Ohlmeyer J., Ó Siochrú M. (Eds.) Ireland 1641: Contexts and Reactions. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 176-196.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (11 December 2012), De Gouden Eeuw for NTR De Gouden Eeuw(Nederland 2) [interview].radio interview
  • Pollmann J.S. (10 December 2012), Gouden Eeuw for VARA GidsFM(Radio 1) [interview].radio interview
  • Pollmann J.S. (25 October 2012), Judith Pollmann for NRC Handelsblad [interview].other
  • Pollmann J.S. (3 October 2012), Leids Onzet for Plein 5(NCRV) [interview].radio interview
  • Pollmann J.S. (11 April 2012), Zestiende-eeuwse propaganda werkt Interviewed by [interview].other
  • Pollmann J.S. (2 April 2012), Zijn bekentenis wordt er niet minder om for Trouw [interview].other
  • Pollmann J.S. (31 March 2012), Comment Cold Case findings Willem van Oranje for RTL Nieuws(RTL 4) [interview].radio interview
  • Pollmann J.S. (14 March 2012), Catholic Identity and the Revolt of the Netherlands [Historisch Café Amsterdam, March 14 2012] (Lecture).other
  • Pollmann J.S. (19 January 2012), Hoe migranten de Nederlandse geschiedenis uitvonden [Lecture SPUI25, Amsterdam, January 19 2012] (Lecture).other
  • Pollmann J.S. (15 January 2012), Majesteitsschennis for OVT(VPRO Radio) [interview].radio interview
  • Pollmann J.S. (2012), Advice NTR editors on television series ‘De geschiedenis van Nederland in zeven overstromingen’ and ‘De Gouden eeuw’ series. Hilversum, (NTR). [other]other
  • Pollmann J.S. (Ed.) (2012), Hoofdredacteur Zeven Provinciën Reeks. Hilversum: Uitgeverij Verloren.other
  • Pollmann J.S. (2012), Member of editorial staff Past and Present .editorship of journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2012), Wat te doen tegen de satellieten van satan?, Transparant 23(2): 17-21.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2011), Catholic Identity and the Revolt of the Netherlands, 1520-1635. Oxford: Oxford University Press.book
  • Pollmann J.S. (2011), Een ‘blij-eindend’ treurspel. Herinneringen aan het beleg van Leiden, 1574-2011. In: Amersfoort H. van, Blom J.C.H., Es G. van, Bos D. (Eds.) Belaagd en belegerd. Amsterdam: Balans. 117-141.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2011), How to Flatter the Laity? Rethinking Catholic Responses to the Reformation, BMGN 113 126(3): 95-104.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2011), Review of: (2009) Luc Panhuysen, Rampjaar 1672. Hoe de Republiek aan de ondergang ontsnapte., BMGN 113 : 126-127.book review
  • Pollmann J.S. (2011), Vondel's religion. In: Bloemendal J, Korsten F-W (Eds.) Joost van den Vondel (1587-1679). Dutch playwright in the Golden Age. Leiden: Brill. 85-100.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2010), Anna van Saksen (1544-1577). In: Digitaal Vrouwenlexicon van Nederland..book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2010), 'Hij had geen oog op zijn tijd'. Robert Fruins gebruik van egodocumenten als bron voor de cultuurgeschiedenis. In: Paul Herman, Velde Henk te (Eds.) Het vaderlandse verleden. Robert Fruin en de Nederlandse geschiedschrijving. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker. 60-81.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2010), Honor, gender and discipline in Dutch Reformed churches. In: Mentzer R.A., Moreil F., Chareyre P. (Eds.) Dire l’interdit. The Vocabulary of Censure and Exclusion in the Early Modern Reformed Tradition. Leiden: Brill. 29-42.book chapter
  • Stein R. & Pollmann J.S. (Eds.) (2010), Networks, regions and nations. Shaping identities in the Low Countries, 1300-1650. Leiden, Boston: Brill.editorship of book
  • Pollmann J.S. (2010), No Man's Land. Reinventing Netherlandish Identities, 1585-1621. In: Stein Robert, Pollmann Judith (Eds.) Networks, Regions and Nations. Shaping Identities in the Low Countries, 1300-1650. Leiden: Brill. 241-261.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2010), Member of editorial staff Past and Present: a journal of scientific history .editorship of journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2010), Member of editorial staff Church History and Religious Culture .editorship of journal
  • Pollmann J.S. & Spicer A. (Eds.) (2009), Alastair Duke: Dissident Identities in the Early Modern Low Countries. Aldershot: Ashgate.editorship of book
  • Pollmann J.S. (2009), Burying the dead; reliving the past. Ritual, resentment and sacred space in the Dutch Republic. In: Kaplan Benjamin, Moore Bob, Van Nierop Henk, Pollmann Judith (Eds.) Catholic communities in Protestant states. Britain and the Netherlands c. 1570-1720. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 84-102.book chapter
  • Kaplan B., Moore B., Nierop H.F.K. van & Pollmann J.S. (Eds.) (2009), Catholic communities in Protestant States. Britain and the Netherlands c. 1570-1720. Manchester: Manchester University Press.editorship of book
  • Pollmann J.S. (2009), Catholics and community in the Revolt of the Netherlands. In: Dixon C. Scott, Freist Dagmar, Greengrass Mark (Eds.) Living with religious diversity in early-modern Europe. Farnham: Ashgate. 183-202.book chapter
  • Kaplan B. & Pollmann J.S. (2009), Conclusion: Catholic communities in Protestant States. Britain and the Netherlands c. 1570-1720. In: Kaplan Benjamin, Moore Bob, Nierop Henk van, Pollmann Judith (Eds.) Catholic communities in Protestant States. Britain and the Netherlands c. 1570-1720. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 249-264.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2009), 'De gemeente stond malkander bij'. Katholieken en de Nederlandse Opstand, Leidschrift. Historisch Tijdschrift 24: 33-49.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2009), Freiwillige Religion in einer ‘öffentlichen Kirche’ . Die Anziehungskraft des Calvinismus in der Niederländischen Republik. In: Reiss A, Witt S (Eds.) Calvinismus. Die Reformierten in Deutschland und Europa. Dresden. 176-181.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2009), Internationalisering en de Nederlandse Opstand, BMGN 113 124(4): 515-535.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2009), Member of editorial staff Past and Present: a journal of scientific history .editorship of journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2009), Member of editorial staff Church History and Religious Culture .editorship of journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (27 June 2008), Het oorlogsverleden van de Gouden Eeuw (Inaugural address). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.inaugural address
  • Pollmann J.S. (11 January 2008), Respecteer de vleugelmuts. Verbittering en verdraagzaamheid in vroegmodern Europa. NRC Handelsblad: 1-2.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Pollmann J.S. (2008), Herdenken, herinneren, vergeten. Het beleg en ontzet van Leiden in de Gouden Eeuw. Leiden: Primavera.book
  • Pollmann J.S. (2008), Member of editorial staff Past and Present: a journal of scientific history .editorship of journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2008), Member of editorial staff Church History and Religious Culture 88.editorship of journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2008), Member of editorial staff Trajecta .editorship of journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2007), Boekbespreking Review of: Hageman M.J.M. (2005) Het kwade exempel van Gelre. De stad Nijmegen, de Beeldenstorm en de Raad van Beroerten, 1566-1568, BMGN 113 122: 268-271.book review
  • Pollmann J.S. (2007), 'Brabanters Do Fairly Resemble Spaniards After All'. Memory, Propaganda and Identity in the Twelve Years' Truce. In: Pollmann J.S., Spicer A. (Eds.) Public Opinion and Changing Identities in the Early Modern Netherlands. Essays in Honour of Alastair Duke. Leiden/Boston: Brill. 211-227.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2007), "Each should tend his own garden": Anna Bijns and the Catholic Polemic against the Reformation, Church History and Religious Culture 87: 29-46.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2007), Eendracht maakt macht. Stedelijke cultuuridealen en politieke werkelijkheid in de Republiek. In: Bos D., Ebben M.A., Velde H. te (Eds.) Harmonie in Holland. Het poldermodel van 1500 tot nu. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker. 134-151.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2007), Getting along Review of: (2006) Charitable hatred. Tolerance and intolerance in England, 1500-1700, History Workshop Journal 64: 419-424.book review
  • Pollmann J.S. (2007), Hey ho, let the cup go round! Singing for reformation in the sixteenth century. In: Schilling Heinz, Tóth István G. (Eds.) Religion and Cultural Exchange in Europe, 1400-1700. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 294-316.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. & Greengrass Mark (2007), Introduction. In: Schilling Heinz, Tóth István G. (Eds.) Religion and Cultural Exchange in Europe, 1400-1700. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 221-235.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. & Spicer A. (2007), Introduction. In: Pollmann J.S., Spicer A. (Eds.) Public Opinion and Changing Identities in the Early Modern Netherlands. Essays in Honour of Alastair Duke. Leiden/Boston: Brill. 1-9.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. & Spicer A. (Eds.) (2007), Public Opinion and Changing Identities in the Early Modern Netherlands. Essays in Honour of Alastair Duke. Leiden/Boston: Brill.editorship of book
  • Pollmann J.S. (2006), Amsterdam: Ons’ Lieve Heer op Zolder. Paapse stoutigheden op de Wallen. In: Prak M. (Ed.) Plaatsen van herinnering. Nederland in de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker. 296-307.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2006), Countering the Reformation in France and the Netherlands. Clerical Leadership and Catholic Violence, 1560-1585, Past and Present: a journal of scientific history 190: 83-120.article in journal
  • Pollmann J.S. (2006), Dienst en wederdienst. Patronage en de kunst van het netwerken in het ancien régime. In: Wessels L., Frijhoff W. (Eds.) Veelvormige dynamiek. Europa in het Ancien Régime, 1450-1800. Heerlen/Amsterdam: SUN/OUNL. 213-236.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2006), From Freedom of Conscience to Confessional Segregation? Religious Choice and Toleration in the Dutch Republic. In: Bonney R., Trim D.J.B. (Eds.) Persecution and pluralism. Calvinists and religious minorities in early modern Europe, 1550-1700. Oxford/Bern: Peter Lang. 123-148.book chapter
  • Pollmann J.S. (2006), The Low Countries. Basingstoke: Palgrave.book
  • Pollmann J.S. (21 October 2005), Houd vooral een oogje op het grauw. Nieuwe biografieen over Oldenbarnevelt en de broers de Witt. NRC Handelsblad: 29-29.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Pollmann J.S. (2005), Boekbespreking Review of: Kamen Henry (2004) The Duke of Alba, Journal of Ecclesiastical History 56: 784-785.book review
  • Pollmann J.S. (2005), Boekbespreking Review of: Simons Walter (2001) Cities of Ladies. Beguine Communities in the Medieval Low Countries, 1200-1565, Renaissance Studies 19: 572-574.book review
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