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Dr. M. (Minou) Schraven

Amsterdam University College

Visiting address
  • Science Park 113
Postal address
  • Science Park 113
    1098 XG Amsterdam
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  • Publications


    • Schraven, M. (2022). Likeness and Likeability: Human remains, facial reconstructions, and identity-making in museum displays. In B. R. Cooks, & J. J. Wagelie (Eds.), Mannequins and Museums: Power and Resistance on Display (pp. 45-61). (Routledge Focus). Routledge. [details]


    • Schraven, M. (2021). Jacob’s Trowels: The Construction of the Amsterdam Town Hall and Its Ceremonial Objects (1648–present). In S. Bussels, C. van Eck, & B. Van Oostveldt (Eds.), The Amsterdam Town Hall in Words and Images: Constructing Wonders (pp. 173-194). Bloomsbury.
    • Schraven, M. (2021). Miracle-Working Portraits of a Cardinal Saint. Papal Control and the Devotional Medals of S. Carlo Borromeo in Early Modern Italy. In P. Baker Bates, & I. Brooks (Eds.), Portrait Cultures of the Early Modern Cardinal (pp. 319-342). Amsterdam University Press.


    • Schraven, M. (2019). Roma Theatrum Mundi: Festivals and Processions in the Ritual City. In P. M. Jones, B. Wisch, & S. Ditchfield (Eds.), A Companion to Early Modern Rome, 1492-1692 (pp. 247-265). (Brill's Companions to European History; Vol. 17). Brill. [details]


    • Schraven, M. (2017). Beyond the Studiolo. Ritual and Talismanic Qualities of Coins, Medals and Agni dei in Early Modern Italy. Numismatische Zeitschrift, 122/123, 71-83.
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