dr. K. (Kim) Overlaet


  • Faculty of Humanities
    Capaciteitsgroep Geschiedenis
  • Visiting address
    Oost-Indisch Huis
    Kloveniersburgwal 48  Amsterdam
    Room number: C1.06B
  • Postal address:
    Kloveniersburgwal  48
    1012 CX  Amsterdam
  • K.Overlaet@uva.nl
    T: 0205254488

Biography

I completed my Master degree in History in 2009 at the University of Antwerp, and graduated with a masters’ thesis on the representations of Cairo in late medieval travel accounts from the Netherlands and the German Empire. As a member of the Centre for Urban History (UA), I until recently worked on a PhD project on the evolving importance of the extended family in sixteenth-century Mechelen, which was supervised by Prof. dr. Peter Stabel and dr. Maarten F. Van Dijck, and funded by the Fund of Scientific Research Flanders. In september 2015, I successfully defended my PhD dissertation at Antwerp University. 

 

NWO project on territory

From 2016 to 2019 I will work on a research project funded by NWO Humanities entitled Imagining a territory. Constructions and representations of late medieval Brabant. In close collaboration with the project's supervisor, Mario Damen, and a PhD-student, Arend Elias Oostindiër, I will analyse how the interaction between princes, nobles and urban elites influenced the construction, perception and representation of the territory of the late medieval Duchy of Brabant. 

 

See for full text publications: https://amsterdam.academia.edu/KimOverlaet/Publications

 

Overlaet, Kim, ‘The Joyous Entry of Maximilian into Antwerp (13 January 1478). An Analysis of a “most Elegant and Dignified” Dialogue’, Journal of Medieval History (accepted for publication, 2018).

 

Overlaet Kim, 'Review of The beguines of medieval Paris by Tanya Stable Miller', The European Review of History/ Revue europeenne d'histoire (2017 - forthcoming). 

 

Overlaet Kim, ‘To be or not to be a beguine in an early modern town: piety or pragmatism? The Great Beguinage of St Catherine in sixteenth-century Mechelen’, in: Julie De Groot, Isabelle Devos en Ariadne Schmidt, reds., Single life and the city, 1200-1900 (Leuven: 2015) 148-168.

 

Overlaet Kim en Inneke Baatsen, ‘Zilveren lepels in het zestiende-eeuwse Mechelen: luxueus eetgerei of betekenisvolle gedinckenisse?’, Tijd-Schrift. Heemkunde en lokaal-erfgoedpraktijk in Vlaanderen, 11 (2015) 16-29.

 

Overlaet Kim, ‘Replacing the family? Beguinages in early modern western European cities: an analysis of the family networks of beguines living in Mechelen (1532-1591)’, Continuity and Change, 29/3 (2014) 325-347.

 

Overlaet Kim, Van Dijck Maarten F., e.a., ‘Vertrouwde paden en nieuwe wegen: stadsgeschiedenis in Belgische en Nederlandse historische tijdschriften’, Stadsgeschiedenis, 1 (2012) 71-92.

 

Overlaet Kim, Van Dijck Maarten F., e.a., ‘De stad in al haar facetten: stadsgeschiedenis in Belgische en Nederlandse historische tijdschriften (2009)’, Stadsgeschiedenis, 1 (2011)113-133.

 

Overlaet Kim en Pieter Verhoeven, ‘Nationale identiteiten en regionale loyaliteiten in de laatmiddeleeuwse Lage Landen: tussen empirie en theorie. Recensie van Robert Stein en Judith Pollman, reds., Networks, regions and nations: shaping identities in the Low Countries, 1300-1650’, Queeste, juni (2012) 175-178.

 

Overlaet Kim, ‘’Ghehouden en gheacht voor een coopwijf’ in Antwerpen rond 1600. Een vloek of zegen voor Antwerpse handelsvrouwen en hun handelspartners?’, Historica, 2 (2011) 16-21.

 

Overlaet Kim, ‘’Zo comt men ter stadt van Alkayeren’. Een analyse van de representaties van Cairo in laatvijftiende-eeuwse reisverhalen uit de Nederlanden', Stadsgeschiedenis, 5/1 (2010) 1-18.

2016

  • Overlaet, K. (2016). An ‘elegant and dignified’ dialogue The Joyous Entry of Archduke Maximilian in Antwerp (13 January 1478). Paper presented at Urban Visual Culture(s): Productions and Perceptions of the Visual in Late Medieval and Early Modern Cities, Durham, United Kingdom.
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