Rombert Stapel

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  • P.O. Box 2169 1000 CD Amsterdam

    Netherlands

20092021

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Rombert Stapel (1983) studied Medieval History at Leiden University. He graduated in 2008 on a prosopographical study of the priest-brethren of the Teutonic Order in the Utrecht bailiwick (1350-1600). He then started working on a PhD dissertation at Leiden University and the Fryske Akademy (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) concerning a late fifteenth-century Middle Dutch chronicle of the Teutonic Order, the Croniken van der Duytscher Oirden or Jüngere Hochmeisterchronik. This text became an influential text in the Baltic region and beyond in the sixteenth century. He defended his thesis, cum laude, in 2017. 

He is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher at the IISH on themes related to the socioeconomic history of the medieval and early-modern Low Countries and spatial humanities. Amongst others, he contributes to the projects Global Collaboratory on the History of Labour Relations 1500-2000 and The Historical Dynamics of Industrialization in Northwestern Europe and China, 1800-2000.

Starting in September 2020 he is leading the NWO-funded project '(Re)counting the uncounted. Replication and Contextualisation of Premodern Dutch and Belgian Population Estimates (1350-1800)'. 

Research interests

Rombert Stapel's current research interests include labour relations in various parts of the world (including the history of self-employment), medieval and early modern coin production, and the circulation of knowledge, goods, and people in the world. He is particularly interested in the spatial humanities: one project aims to create linked open data gazetteers of historical place names, and the other is an historical GIS atlas of late medieval and early modern administrative-judicial units in the Low Countries (cities and heerlijkheden). This projects brings together information from hearth taxes and historical cartography. Its aim is to replace or at least update the Geschiedkundige Atlas van Nederland by A.A. Beekman.

Education/Academic qualification

Medieval History, PhD, Universiteit Leiden

01 Feb 200825 Jan 2017

Award Date: 25 Jan 2017

Medieval History, MA, Universiteit Leiden

01 Sep 200125 Jan 2008

Award Date: 25 Jan 2008

External positions

Harvard University

01 Aug 201531 Dec 2015

Universiteit Leiden

01 Jan 201530 Jun 2015

Universiteit Leiden

01 Jan 201330 Jun 2013

Universiteit Leiden

01 Jan 201230 Jun 2012

Universiteit Leiden

01 Jan 201130 Jun 2011

Universiteit Leiden

01 Jan 201030 Jun 2010

PhD candidate, Universiteit Leiden

01 Feb 200811 Nov 2012

Keywords

  • DH Netherlands (The Low Countries)
  • Medieval History
  • Spatial Humanities (GIS)
  • Labour History
  • Monasticism
  • Military Orders
  • Historical Demography
  • Population Geography
  • C Auxiliary sciences of history (General)
  • Digital Humanities
  • Spatial Humanities (GIS)
  • P Philology. Linguistics
  • Stylometry
  • Philology
  • Authorship
  • Historical Writing
  • Chronicles
  • DJK Eastern Europe
  • Military Orders
  • Teutonic Order
  • G Geography (General)
  • Historical GIS
  • Historical Geography
  • Population Geography
  • HC Economic History and Conditions
  • ZA4450 Databases
  • Historical Gazetteers
  • Coin Production
  • Population Geography
  • CJ Numismatics
  • Coin Production
  • Monetization
  • Z004 Books. Writing. Paleography
  • Paleography
  • Codicology

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