International Conference: City, Citizen & Citizenship. New Perspectives on the Middle Ages, AD 400-1600

Van 16 tot 18 juni 2021 organiseert het NWO-VICI onderzoeksproject ‘Citizenship discourses in the Early Middle Ages, 400-1100’, in samenwerking met de ‘Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies’, een interessante, internationale conferentie over de middeleeuwse stad. Hieronder meer informatie:

Dear all,

We would like to kindly invite you to the International Conference City, Citizen & Citizenship. New Perspectives on the Middle Ages, AD 400-1600, which will be held on a digital platform on 16-18 June, 2021.  The conference is organised by the NWO-VICI research project Citizenship Discourses in the Early Middle Ages, 400-1100, in close cooperation with the Utrecht Centre for Medieval Studies. A short abstract with more detailed information can be found below.

For more information, including a full programme, please visit the Citizenship Discourses project website:

You can register for any or all of the days by sending an email with your name and affiliation (if applicable) to .

We hope to see you there!

Best wishes,

Merel de Bruin – van de Beek and Robert Flierman

ONLINE COLLOQUIUM: “Old Books and New Technologies: Medieval Books and the Digital Humanities in the Low Countries”

Thursday 6 May – Friday 7 May 2021

On 6 and 7 May 2021, KBR, in partnership with the Campus Condorcet of Paris, the National Library of Luxembourg, the KB national library of the Netherlands, the universities of Ghent, Leuven, Liège, Mons and Namur, and the Vlaamse Erfgoedbibliotheken, will be holding an international conference on medieval books and the digital humanities in the Low Countries.

It will bring together representatives from libraries, museums, archives with researchers interested in the ‘medieval book and new technologies’. Particular emphasis will be placed on the methodological dimension of the use of digital humanities.

Working languages will be English, Dutch, and French.

Registration and programme

·         Register for free via

·        You can download the preliminary programme on the same web page.


  • Dr Lucien Reynhout (Manuscripts Department) –
  • Dr Michiel Verweij (Rare Books Department) –