Crime and gender 1600-1900: a comparative perspective

Samenvatting

This project contests the assumption of criminologists that gender differences in recorded crime are static over time and that women are in general less likely to commit a crime than men. I argue that there is discontinuity rather than continuity in the contribution of men and women to criminality. Given the evidence of high female crime rates at times in the past, the need for a long- term historical approach to crime and gender has been stressed. However, so far no scholar has taken up the challenge. I present a new dynamic perspective, that of change and variation. This project aims at developing an explanatory model of gendered crime patterns by providing a comparative analysis of crime and gender between 1600 and 1900 based on various primary sources.

My hypothesis is that gender differences in crime rates are strongly determined by the public roles attributed to men and women, which have varied over time and space. Scholars generally assume that women commit fewer and different crimes than men because of the different nature of their public lives. Specific gender roles would also lead to prosecutors and courts treating men and women differently. However, this assumption has never been tested in a long-term comparative perspective.

The innovative character of the proposed research lies in the fact that it introduces a conceptual framework of public roles that looks at both ideologies regarding the role of men and women and practices in public life, and their impact on gender differences in recorded crime. This model distinguishes between various public activities of men and women, and links such roles to a set of five determinant factors: 1. Moral and legal norms 2. Urbanisation 3. Family structure 4. Labour participation 5. Living standards.

The project combines developments through time with comparisons between different societies, first of all within Europe, but ultimately also globally. By comparing England, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands, this project offers both quantitative and qualitative data to test the impact of public roles on gender differences in recorded crime in this part of the world. Such an analysis will be an important step in developing a European and global field of comparative historical studies that will help to explain gender differences in crime linked to the public roles of men and women in various areas of the world.

Output

Boek of monografie

  • MPC van der Heijden(2014): Misdadige vrouwen , Amsterdam
  • Ariadne Schmidt, Julie De Groot, Isabelle Devos(2015): Single Life and the City 1200-1900 , Basingstoke/New York
  • Marion Pluskota(2015): Prostitution and Social Control in Eighteenth-Century Ports , Abingdon
  • Manon van der Heijden(2016): Women and Crime in Early Modern Holland , Leiden/Boston
  • Matthias van Rossum, Jeannette Kamp(2016): Desertion in the Early Modern World. A Comparative History
  • S Muurling, M van der Heijden, M Pluskota(2019): Women’s Criminality: Patterns and Variations in Europe, 1600-1914 (edited volume)

Hoofdstuk in boek

  • S Muurling(2013): Sailing Ltters Journal V. Buitgemaakt en teruggevonden. Nederlandse brieven en scheepspapieren in het Engelse archief pp. 122 - 130 , Zutphen
  • MPC van der Heijden, M. Boone(2014): El Alimento del Estado y la Salud de la Res Publica: Orígenes, Estructura y Desarrolo del Gasto Public en Europa pp. 341 - 356 , Madrid
  • A. Schmidt(2014): Het Gelijk van de Gouden Eeuw. Recht, onrecht en reputatie in de vroegmoderne Nederlanden pp. 109 - 125 , Hilversum
  • A. Schmidt, E. van Nederveen Meerkerk(2014): Les temps du travail. Normes, pratiques, évolutions (XIVe-XIXe siècle pp. 433 - 453 , Rennes
  • Ariadne Schmidt, Joachim Eibach, Inken Schmidt-Voges, Manon van der Heijden(2015): Das Haus in der Geschichte Europas pp. 131 - 148
  • M Pluskota(2015): pp. 0 - 0
  • M Pluskota(2016): pp. 46 - 47
  • Manon van der Heijden, S Seidel Menchi(2016): Marriage in Europe, 1400-1800 pp. 155 - 175
  • M. van Rossum, J.M. Kamp, J.M. Kamp(2016): pp. 49 - 71
  • J.M. Kamp, M. van Rossum(2016): pp. 3 - 14
  • P Knepper, Manon van der Heijden, A Johansen(2016): Oxford Handbook of the History of Crime and Criminal Justice pp. 251 - 267
  • M Pluskota(2017): pp. 27 - 59
  • M Pluskota(2017): pp. 653 - 677
  • M Pluskota(2017): pp. 150 - 159
  • S Muurling, M Pluskota(2017): pp. 153 - 164
  • Sanne Muurling(2018): Women’s criminality in Europe 1600-1914 pp. 0 - 0
  • M Pluskota(2018): Powers of the City, Urban Agency: Towards a New Urban History of Europe pp. 0 - 0

Wetenschappelijk artikel

  • Manon van der Heijden(2012): utch Urban History. Trends in the socio-economic history of urban communities Revue d’histoir urbaine pp. 9 - 24
  • Marion Pluskota(2012): Prostitution and Police in a Port City during the Revolution Women's History Magazine pp. 7 - 12
  • MPC van der Heijden, J-H Furnee, T Verlaan(2012): Stadsgeschiedenis in buitenlandse tijdschriften Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 281 - 298
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): De gezinseconomie in Hollandse havensteden 1580-1800 Holland. Historisch Tijdschrift pp. 102 - 109
  • Marion Pluskota(2013): Review of Julia Laite, Common Prostitutes and Ordinary Citizens, Commercial Sex in London 1885-1960 (Basingstoke, 2012) International Review of Social History pp. 526 - 528
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Jonge criminelen voor de rechtbank, 1850-1939 Acta Historica pp. 5 - 8
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Crime and Gender 1600-1900: A Comparative Perspective Law, Crime and History pp. 136 - 141
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Paria?s van de Gouden Eeuw. De beul en zijn slachtoffers, 1600-1800 Geschiedenis Magazine pp. 36 - 40
  • MPC van der Heijden, V Koningsberger(2013): Continuity or Change? The prosecution of female crime in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Crime, History & Societies pp. 101 - 127
  • J Kamp(2013): Een blik op de eigen tuin. Stadsgeschiedenis in Belgische en Nederlandse historiche tijdschriften (2011) Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 78 - 95
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Women, Violence and Urban Justice in Holland, c. 1600-1838 Crime, History & Societies pp. 71 - 100
  • A Schmidt, M Pluskota(2013): Gevaarlijke vrouwen, gewelddadige mannen? Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 60 - 77
  • Manon van der Heijden, Jan Hein Furnee(2014): Steden: een wereldgeschiedenis Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 43 - 47
  • M. Pluskota(2014): Genesis of a red-light district: prostitution in Nantes between 1750 and 1810 Urban History pp. 22 - 41
  • M. van Dijck, J. Dobbels, J.H. Furnée, S. Muurling, J. Haemers, P. Stabel, J.M. Kamp, I. Bertels(2014): Stadsgeschiedenis in buitenlandse tijdschriften (2013) Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 182 - 209
  • J.M. Kamp(2014): Review of: M. Boes,‘Crime and Punishment in early modern Germany. Courts and adjudicatory practices in Frankfurt am Main, 1562-1696’ Tijdschrift voor sociale en economische geschiedenis 11:3 (2014), pp. 202-203. TSEG pp. 202 - 203
  • A. Schmidt(2014): The profits of unpaid work. ?Assisting labour? of women in the early modern urban Dutch economy History of the Family pp. 1 - 22
  • M. Pluskota(2014): Research in Urban History: Recent Theses on Gender and the City Urban History pp. 537 - 546
  • Manon van der Heijden(2015): DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, ALCOHOL ABUSE AND THE USES OF JUSTICE IN EARLY MODERN HOLLAND ANNALES DE DÉMOGRAPHIE HISTORIQUE pp. 69 - 85
  • S. Muurling, M. van Dijck, M. Auwers, I. Bertels, J.M. Kamp(2015): De stad in de schijnwerpers. Stadsgeschiedenis in Belgische en Nederlandse historische tijdschriften (2013) Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 96 - 10
  • Manon van der Heijden(2015): Review of Karine Lambert, Itinéraires féminins de la déviance , Provence 1750-1850 (Aix-en-Provence, 2012) Crime, History & Societies pp. 139 - 141
  • Marion Pluskota(2015): Review of Nina Kushner, Erotic Exchanges Erotic Exchanges: The World of Elite Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century Paris (Ithaca, 2013) Gender & History pp. 222 - 223
  • Marion Pluskota, Manon van der Heijden(2015): Leniency versus Toughening? The Prosecution of Male and Female Violence in 19th Century Holland Journal of Social History pp. 149 - 167
  • Marion Pluskota(2015): Criminal families" and the Court: Co-offending in Amsterdam, 1897-1902' History of the Family pp. 270 - 290
  • Ariadne Schmidt, Jeannette Kamp(2015): See you in court? Recht en rechtsgebruik door ongehwde moeders in Holland en Duitsland in de vroegmoderne tijd Holland pp. 111 - 117
  • Bjørn Gallee, Jaap Ligthart(2015): De remmende werking van huwelijk en arbeid op vermogensdelicten. Rotterdam, 1812-1820 Tijdschrift voor Criminologie pp. 353 - 367
  • I Bertels, Sanne Muurling, Jeannette Kamp, A Auwers, M van Dijk(2015): De stad in schijnwerpers. Stadsgeschiedenis in Belgische en Nederlandse historische tijdschriften Tijdschrift pp. 06 - 110
  • Ariadne Schmidt(2015): Review of Deborah Simonton and Anne Montenach (eds.), Female agency in the urban economy. Gender in European towns, 1640-1830 (London / New York: Routledge, 2013 Continuity and Change pp. 303 - 305
  • Manon van der Heijden, Margo de Koster, Catrien Bijleveld(2015): Historische criminologie: een vakgebied Tijdschrift voor Criminologie pp. 343 - 356
  • Manon van der Heijden(2016): Women Alone in Early Modern Dutch Towns: Opportunities and Strategies to Survive Journal of Urban History pp. 21 - 38
  • Heidi Deneweth, M. van Gelder, Manon van der Heijden, J.H. Furnée, Sanne Muurling, P. Brouwer(2016): Stadsgeschiedenis in buitenlandse tijdschriften (2015) Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 212 - 6
  • Marion Pluskota(2016): Review of Julie Peakman, Peg Plunkett: Memoirs of a Whore (London, 2015) Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History pp. 108 - 109
  • Jeannette Kamp(2016): Female crime and household control in earlymodern Frankfurt am Main History of the Family pp. 531 - 550
  • E. Debackere, S. Muurling, M. Schepers, J. De Groot, P. de Graeff, B. Horemans, J. Puttevils, A. Vervaeke, D. Germonprez, Y. de Meulder(2016): Stadsgeschiedenis in Belgische en Nederlandse tijdschriften (2014) Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 90 - 114
  • Jaap Ligthart, Bjørn Gallee(2016): Gelegenheid maakt de dief. De inzet van vermogenscriminaliteit als overlevingsstrategie in Rotterdam, 1812-1820 Stadsgeschiedenis pp. 117 - 132
  • Sanne Muurling(2016): S. Muurling, ‘Review of Jonathan Davies (ed.), Aspects of violence in Renaissance Europe, London: Ashgate Crime, History & Societies pp. 276 - 277
  • Julie de Groot, Ariadne Schmidt, Isabelle de Vos(2016): Introduction. Unmarried and Unknown: Urban Men and Women in the Low Countries Since the Early Modern Period Journal of Urban History pp. 285 - 299
  • Jeannette Kamp, Matthias van Rossum, Susan Legene(2017): Van geschiedenis naar praktijk – maar hoe? Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis pp. 273 - 276
  • Sanne Muurling(2017): Review of Anna Bellavitis, Il lavoro delle donne nelle città dell’Europa moderna (Rome: Viella 2016), 247 pages, ISBN 9788867286720 Tijdschrift voor Sociaal Economische Geschiedenis pp. 141 - 142
  • Manon van der Heijden, Sanne Muurling(2018): Violence and gender in eighteenth-century Bologna and Rotterdam Journal of Social History, Special Issue on Comparative Crime Studies pp. 0 - 0
  • M Pluskota(2018): ‘How important is gender? Gender, Petty Crimes and Judicial Practice in 19th-century Western Europe’ Journal of Social History, Special Issue on Comparative Crime Studies pp. 0 - 0
  • M. Pluskota, M van der Heijden(2018): Introduction to Crime and Gender in History Journal of Social History pp. 0 - 0

Professionele publicatie

  • S Muurling(2013): Huiselijke taferelen pp. 90 - 91

Publicatie bedoeld voor een breed publiek

  • M Pluskota(2013): ‘Bagnard’, ‘Galérien’ and ‘Forçat’

Publieksinformatie

  • Website VICI project: www.crimeandgender.nl
  • J.M. Kamp(2012): 17-18 December, Seminar I N.W. Posthumus Institute, Paper: My project in a nutshell Crime and Gender in Frankfurt am Main, 1600-1800
  • M Pluskota(2012): Crime and Gender 1600-1900
  • A Schmidt(2013): Vulnerable and villainous? Singles and crime in the early modern Dutch town
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Crime and Gender 1600-1900: A Comparative Perspective
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Stadsgeschiedenis
  • A Schmidt(2013): Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History/Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Women and violence in Dutch towns, 1600-1838
  • A Schmidt(2013): Crime and gender before the courts of England and the Netherlands: 1600-1800
  • A Schmidt(2013): Singles and crime in early modern Dutch towns
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): De onderzoeker: Manon van der Heijden
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Wetenschapsfraude: kwestie van integriteit of controle
  • J.M. Kamp(2013): 15-16 Mei, Seminar II N.W. Posthumus Insitute, Minor Paper: Crime and Gender in Frankfurt am Main, 1600-1806
  • J.M. Kamp(2013): 25 April: Organization: MA Class Alison Twells, Separate spheres? Gender history in writings and records, Leiden.
  • M Pluskota(2013): Crime, gender and urbanization in 19th century Amsterdam and Bologna
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): A Vanishing Female? De mythe van de verdwenen criminele vrouw
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Crime and Gender: A Historical Perspective
  • J.M. Kamp(2013): 12-14 November: ESTER Research Design Course, Paper: ‘Crime & Gender in Frankfurt am Main 1600-1806’, Verona.
  • (2013): Crime, justice and gender in Bologna, 1600-1796. A preliminary research proposal
  • M Pluskota(2013): Crime in Amsterdam, 1812-1914
  • C Wilkinson(2013): Masculinity and the reporting of male sex crimes, 1870-1939
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Crime and Gender 1600-1900: A Comparative Perspective
  • S Muurling, C.A. Mandemakers, I Maas, B van den Putte, R.L. Zijdeman, M.H.D. van Leeuwen, F. van Poppel(2013): HSN Standarized, HISCO-coded and classified occupational titles
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Singles in Early Modern Dutch Towns
  • (2013): Leids Jaarboek
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): KRO Brieven boven water: zeemansvrouwen
  • J.M. Kamp(2013): 3 December: MA Class Tim Hitchcock, History from Below, Paper: ‘On the margins? Writing on crime and gender as a history from below’, Brussels.
  • J Kamp(2013): On the margins: Crime, Gender and Migration in early modern Frankfurt am Main (1600-1800)
  • MPC van der Heijden(2013): Crime, History & Socieities
  • A Schmidt, M Pluskota(2013): Gender and crime: what to do next? Crime, gender and history: an historiographical review
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Debat Spui25
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview radio Cappuccino
  • S. Muurling(2014): Conference paper The (un)usual suspect? Violence and gender in early modern Bologna (1650-1705)
  • MPC van der Heijden(2014): Een stad vol criminele vrouwen? Vragen die Comparative Urban History kan beantwoorden
  • J.M. Kamp(2014): 23-26 April, European Social Science History Conference, Paper: 'Female crime in early modern Frankfurt: a quantitative approach’, Vienna.
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Quantifying violence in the Netherlands, 1700-1900
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Criminele vrouwen
  • J.M. Kamp(2014): 7 September: 4th European Congress on World and Global History, Paper: ‘Networks of desertion: The case of Germany and the United Provinces 1600-1800’, Paris.
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview VPRO radio Nooit Meer Slapen
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): NWO Case: keerzijde van het VOC verleden:
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview misdadige vrouwen
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Radio interview Omroep Max
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview De Mare
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview Leids Dagblad
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Lezing Bessensap
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview Radio Rijnmond
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview Radio 5
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview radio 1
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): The Uses of Justice in Cities in Comparative and Global Perspective
  • J.M. Kamp(2014): 11-13 June, Kolloquium zu Kriminalität und Strafjustiz in Vormoderne und Moderne, 16 - 20. Jahrhundert, Paper: 'On the margins? The mobility question in gendered crime patterns, a case study: Frankfurt am Main 1600–1806', Meißen.
  • S. Muurling(2014): Presentatie Huiselijkheid – tussen ideaal en werkelijkheid
  • J.M. Kamp, A. Schmidt(2014): 3-6 September, 12th International Conference on Urban History, Paper: 'Going to court. A comparative perspective on illegitimacy and the use of justice in Holland and Germany, 1600-1800' (with Ariadne Schmidt), Lisbon.
  • Manon van der Heijden, Marion Pluskota(2014): Leniency versus Toughening? The prosecution of male and female violence in 19th century Holland'
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): Interview Nederlands Dagblad
  • Manon van der Heijden(2014): De criminele stad
  • S. Muurling(2015): Conference paper Everyday violence and its (un)gendered motives before the early modern Bolognese criminal court
  • J.M. Kamp(2015): 12-15 November, 40th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Paper:, 'Coming back. Banishment and illegal returns in early modern Frankfurt am Main', Baltimore
  • Manon van der Heijden(2015): Interview Science071
  • S. Muurling(2015): Conference paper Everyday violence and its (un)gendered motives in early modern Bologna
  • J.M. Kamp(2015): 28-29 May, International Conference Migration Policies and the materiality of identification in European cities 1500-2000, Paper: ‘Controlling strangers – identifying migrants in early modern Frankfurt am Main’, Antwerp.
  • Manon van der Heijden(2015): Paper Women and Crime in the Early Moder Period
  • S. Muurling, M. Pluskota(2015): Conference paper Crime in the city. The gendered geography of violence in Bologna, 1600-1900
  • Manon van der Heijden(2015): Conference Crime and Gender 1600-1900: Comparative Perspectives
  • Manon van der Heijden(2015): Paper
  • J.M. Kamp(2015): 27-28 November, Conference Crime and Gender 1600-1900: Comparative Perspectives, Paper: 'Coming back. Banishment and illegal returns in early modern Frankfurt am Main', Leiden
  • Manon van der Heijden(2015): Lezing Goede Mie
  • J.M. Kamp(2015): 8 December, RHI Seminar, Paper: ‘Banishment and Gender in Early Modern Frankfurt’, Wageningen University.
  • J.M. Kamp(2015): 13-15 July, Seventeenth-Century Studies Conference ‘Cities and Citizens’, Paper: ‘Controlling strangers – identifying migrants in early modern Frankfurt am Main’, Durham.
  • Manon van der Heijden(2015): Interview Radio 1 Kennis van Nu
  • J.M. Kamp(2015): 11-12 June, Posthumus Conference, Paper: ‘Crime, Gender and Mobility in Frankfurt am Main 1600-1800’, Brussels.
  • Jaco Zuijderduijn(2015): Paper Jailbirds: crime and gender in Amsterdam and the City of London in the early Modern Period’
  • Manon van der Heijden(2016): Paper Introduction: The Uses of Justice and Legal Pluralism: A Global Perspective 1600-1900
  • J.M. Kamp(2016): 16 October, Symposium Overleven in Holland, Public lecture, 'See you in court? Recht en rechtsgebruik door ongehuwde moeders in Holland en Duitsland in de vroegmoderne tijd', Leiden Museum Boerhaave in association with Holland, Historisch Tijdschrift.
  • Sanne Muurling, Manon van der Heijden(2016): Paper Violence and Gender in 18th century Bologna and Rotterdam’
  • J.M. Kamp(2016): 15 April: Migration Policies and the Materiality of Identification, follow-up workshop. Paper: ‘Controlling strangers – identifying migrants in early modern Frankfurt am Main’
  • S. Muurling, M.P.C. van der Heijden(2016): Violence and gender in 18th-century Bologna and Rotterdam
  • J.M. Kamp(2016): 18 November, Dresdner Frühneuzeitgespräche, Technische Universität Dresden, Paper: ‘The prosecution of sexual offences in early modern Frankfurt: between agency and control’, Dresden.
  • Ariadne Schmidt, Jaco Zuijderduijn(2016): Paper Comparative perspectives on crime. London and Amsterdam in the early modern period
  • Manon van der Heijden(2016): Paper Criminal women in Holland
  • J.M. Kamp, A. Schmidt(2016): 24-27 August, EAUH Conference, Helsinki, Paper with Ariadne Schmidt: ‘Excluding the unwanted? Banishment in early modern cities, Frankfurt am Main, Amsterdam and Leiden’
  • Manon van der Heijden, Marion Pluskota(2016): Main Session Legal Pluralism in Global Perspective, 1600-1900
  • Manon van der Heijden, Jeannette Kamp(2016): Paper Migrants and the Urban Courts
  • S. Muurling(2016): Sending for the restraining order. Women and their use of the criminal justice system in early modern Bologna
  • Manon van der Heijden, Marion Pluskota(2016): Session Crime and Gender: European Perspectives
  • Jaco Zuijderduijn, Griet Vermeesch, Manon van der Heijden(2016): International Conference, The Uses of Justice and Legal Pluralism: A Global Perspective 1600-1900
  • M Pluskota(2016): history of criminality in Normandy in collaboration with the Archives Départementales de Seine-Maritime in Rouen, France.
  • Manon van der Heijden(2016): Paper Crime and Gender
  • Manon van der Heijden, Bjorn Gallee(2016): Workshop Historische Criminologie
  • J.M. Kamp(2016): 7-10 January, 130th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Paper: 'Coming back. Banishment and illegal returns in early modern Frankfurt am Main', Atlanta.
  • Manon van der Heijden(2016): Lezing Criminele vrouwen in het verleden
  • Manon van der Heijden(2017): Ted talk Liefde en affectie van alle tijden?
  • M Pluskota(2017): Association of Caribbean Historians Conference, Tobago, ‘Is there any point doing crime history? Transnational crime in the Caribbean after the abolition of slavery’.
  • Manon van der Heijden(2017): Paper The Rural in Urban History
  • Manon van der Heijden(2017): Lezing Mythen over misdaad
  • A Schmidt(2017): Op het slechte pad
  • J.M. Kamp(2017): 14-16 September, Kolloquium für Kriminalität und Strafjustiz in der Neuzeit, Paper written with Ariadne Schmidt, ‘Comparing Banishment practices in early modern cities: Frankfurt am Main and Leiden’, München bei Gauting.
  • J.M. Kamp(2017): 3 November, Symposium Leidse Identiteiten, Public lecture, ‘Tussen tolerantie en conflict: Leidenaren en migranten voor de rechtbank’, Historische Vereniging Oud Leiden.
  • A Schmidt(2017): Op het slechte pad. Criminaliteit vroeger en nu
  • M Pluskota(2017): Presentation to the general public of the functioning of the 19th-century Dutch judicial system in relation to the Goeie Mie, a famous Leiden murderer. http://www.podium071.nl/goeie-mie/
  • S. Muurling(2017): Women, men and insults in early modern Bologna
  • S. Muurling(2017): Conference paper Fighting with words and deeds. Women before Bologna’s early modern Bologna’s criminal court
  • Manon van der Heijden(2017): Paper Strafrechtsgeschiedenis: meer dan geschiedenis van het strafecht
  • Manon van der Heijden, Jeannette Kamp(2017): Paper Migrants and the courts
  • Manon van der Heijden(2017): Paper Agency
  • M Pluskota(2018): Crime and Gender, 1600-1900 conference, Leiden, ‘Does Gender Really Matter?’ Petty Crimes and Gender in 19th-century Europe.’
  • M Pluskota(2018): ‘Punishing the Colonial Citizen. Race, Gender and Penal Practices in the Caribbean after the Abolition of Slavery’ Belfast ESSHC
  • S. Muurling(2018): Conference paper Women, men and everyday crime in early modern Bologna
  • J.M. Kamp, S. Muurling, A. Schmidt(2018): Conference paper Unwed mothers, urban institutions and female agency in Northern and Southern European towns
  • Manon van der Heijden, Bjørn Gallee(2018): International Conference Crime and Gender: Past and Future

Kenmerken

Projectnummer

277-53-004

Hoofdaanvrager

Prof. dr. M.P.C. van der Heijden

Verbonden aan

Universiteit Leiden, Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Leiden University Institute for History

Uitvoerders

M. Bekker, B. Gallée, B. Gallée, B. Gallée, B. Gallée, Prof. dr. M.P.C. van der Heijden, J.M. Kamp, Drs. V.J.A. Koningsberger, J. Ligthart, Drs. S. Muurling, Dr. M. Pluskota, Dr. A. Schmidt, S. Tegelaar, Dr. J.J. Wubs-Mrozewicz, Dr. C.J. Zuijderduijn

Looptijd

01/09/2012 tot 16/10/2018