History @ Erasmus seminar: Papers by Daniel Curtis and Bram van Besouw

Start date

Wednesday, 18 Dec 2019, 14:45

End date

Wednesday, 18 Dec 2019, 16:30

Dr. Daniel Curtis and Dr. Bram van Besouw will present the ideas behind their Vidi research "Positively Shocking! The Redistributive Impact of Mass Mortality through Epidemic Diseases and Violent Conflict in Early Modern Northwest Europe".

They will also explain the project aims, theoretical point of departure, and the specific working papers that they are working on, including some preliminary results from a paper “Death and taxes: war-driven epidemic mortality and fiscal capacity in the seventeenth-century Low Countries”.


History @ Erasmus


Polak building, room 1-07