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Maurits den Hollander


  • Warandelaan 2, Montesquieu Building, room M 501

    5037 AB Tilburg



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Dr. Maurits den Hollander's main areas of teaching and research are the legal and institutional history of the middle ages and the early modern period. Throughout his work, he strives to embed legal developments into their broader social, economic, and cultural context, taking into regard both local and global dimensions. Maurits wrote a doctoral dissertation on insolvency legislation and practices in seventeenth century Amsterdam at Tilburg University (cum laude), after having pursued an MA in History at the Universities of Leiden and St. Andrews. His work has been published in journals such as Comparative Legal History and TSEG - The Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History. Maurits' current projects include a monograph based upon his dissertation, as well as a follow up project that seeks to analyze the broader legal historical development and interactions between concepts such as trust, legitimacy and accountability in the medieval and early modern Low Countries.

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Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Stay of Execution. Institutions and Insolvency Legislation in Amsterdam, 1578-1700, Tilburg Law School

1 Jan 201822 Jun 2021

Award Date: 22 Jun 2021

History, Master’s Degree, Research MA History: Europe 1000-1800, Leiden University

1 Sept 201531 Aug 2017

Award Date: 31 Aug 2017


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