Dr Liesbeth Corens
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRoom Number: ArtsTwo 3.11
HST6208 - The World of the Nun: Convent Life in Renaissance Europe
early modern history
history of Catholicism
history of minorities
history of archives and record-keeping
memory and commemoration
Confessional Mobility and English Catholics in Counter-Reformation Europe (Oxford University Press, 2019).
‘Seasonable Coexistence: Temporality, Healthcare, and Confessional Relations in Early Modern Spa’, Past & Present [August 2022].
‘Dislocation and Record Keeping: The Counter Archives of the Catholic Diaspora’, in: Alexandra Walsham, Kate Peters, and Liesbeth Corens (eds.), The Social History of the Archive: Record Keeping in Early Modern Europe, Past & Present Supplement 11 (Oxford, 2016), 269-287.
‘Saints Beyond Borders: Relics and the Expatriate English Catholic Community’, in: Jesse Spohnholz and Gary Waite (eds.), Exile and Religious Identity, 1500-1800 (London, 2014), 25-38.
‘Sermons, Sodalities, and Saints: the Role of Religious Houses for the English Expatriate Community’, Trajecta 21 (2012), 118-136.
‘Catholic Nuns and English Identities: English Protestant Travellers on the English Convents in the Low Countries, 1660-1730’, Recusant History 30 (2011), 441-459.
edited with John Morrill and Liam Temple, The Oxford History of British and Irish Catholicism, volume 2: 1641-1745 general editors: John McCafferty and James Kelly (Oxford, forthcoming ).
with Alexandra Walsham and Kate Peters, Archives and Information in the Early Modern World (Oxford: British Academy Publications, 2018).
with Alexandra Walsham and Kate Peters, The Social History of the Archive: Record Keeping in Early Modern Europe, Past & Present Supplement 11 (Oxford, 2016).
I am interested in supervising post-graduates on topics relating to early modern history, in particular religion, archives & record-keeping, memory, and migration & mobility.