dr. Irene van Renswoude
I.vanRenswoude@uu.nl
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Irene van Renswoude is a postdoctoral researcher at the Huygens ING (KNAW) in Den Haag. In addition, she is affiliated researcher at the Research Institute for History and Art History. At this institute (formerly OGC) she wrote a PhD thesis, entitled Licence to speak. The rhetoric of free speech in late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages, for which she received the Praemium Erasmianum Research Award in 2012. Currently she is preparing this thesis for publication with Cambridge UP. Since 2014 she is editor of the (soon to be launched) online journal Medieval worlds. Comparative and Interdisciplinary Studies. Her current research project focusses on censorship and debate in late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages. This postdoc project is part of an NWO funded project on annotations and reader's notes in the margin of early medieval manuscripts: Marginal Scholarship. The practice of learning in the early Middle Ages (c.800-c.1000), led by Prof. Mariken Teeuwen (Huygens ING/UU). 

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Ego trouble. Authors and their identities in the early Middle Ages
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  2013 - Scholarly publications
van Renswoude, I. (2013). The rhetoric of free speech in late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages. In A Vandenbroucke, J Bouterse, L.O. Fresco & T Goldschmidt (Eds.), The Cultural Significance of the Natural Sciences, Praemium Erasmianum Yearbook 2012 (pp. 49-50) (2 p.). Amsterdam: Praemium Erasmianum Foundation.
  2013 - Other output
I. van Renswoude (27.10.2013) Burn after reading. Censorship in the margins of late antique and early medieval manuscripts
I. van Renswoude (10.04.2013) Dissens, Debatte und Diskurs
I. van Renswoude (17.12.2013) Good books to read in prison
I. van Renswoude (03.07.2013) The Matrix reloaded. Late antique models for early medieval debates
I. van Renswoude (30.05.2013) The mystery of the Bern manuscript
I. van Renswoude (12.10.2013) The use and the meaning of critical marks during the predestination controversy
  2012 - Other output
I. van Renswoude (06.12.2012) “Hier sta ik. Ik kan niet anders.” De retoriek van het vrijuit spreken
  2011 - Scholarly publications
van Renswoude, I. (06.06.2011). Licence to Speak. The Rhetoric of Free Speech in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages.
  2008 - Scholarly publications
McKitterick, R., van Renswoude, I., Corradini, R. & Gillis, M. (2008). Ego Trouble. Authors and their Identities in the early Middle Ages. (460 p.). Wenen: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Serie: Forschungen zur Geschichte des Mittelalters.
Mostert, M., Schulte, P. & van Renswoude, I. (2008). Strategies of Writing. Studies on Text and Trust in the Middle Ages. (414 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
van Renswoude, I. (2008). The sincerity of fiction. Rather and the quest for self-knowledge. In R McKitterick & I van Renswoude (Eds.), Ego Trouble. Authors and their Identities in the early Middle Ages (pp. 309-333) (25 p.). Wien: Verlag der Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften.
  2008 - Other output
I. van Renswoude (07.07.2008) Speaking without permission. The autobiography of a notorious critic
I. van Renswoude (11.12.2008) The Art of Persuasion. Persuasive Strategies in Texts, Images and Architecture
  2007 - Scholarly publications
van Renswoude, I. (2007). 'The word once sent forth can never come back': Trust in writing and the dangers of publication. In P Schulte, M Mostert & I van Renswoude (Eds.), Strategies of Writing. Studies on Text and Trust in the Middle Ages (pp. 379-399) (21 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
  2007 - Other output
I. van Renswoude (22.05.2007) Confessions of a Criminal
I. van Renswoude (12.07.2007) 'If you are persecuted in one city, flee to another.' The itinerant career of Rather of Verona
I. van Renswoude (30.03.2007) 'Meditations from a man in exile'. The exilic writings of Rather of Verona
  2006 - Scholarly publications
van Renswoude, I. (2006). Time is on our side. Liturgical time and political history in the Chronicle of Lobbes. In R. Corradini & R. Meens (Eds.), Texts and identities in the early Middle Ages. Forschungen zur Geschichte des Mittelalters 12 (pp. 323-341) (19 p.). Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
  2006 - Other output
I. van Renswoude (14.01.2006) Rather the parrhesiastes. A truth-teller in exile
I. van Renswoude (10.07.2006) The return of the abbot. The conflict between Rather of Verona and Folcuin of Lobbes
I. van Renswoude (04.11.2006) The rhetoric of obscurity. The use of 'scinderatio' in the tenth century.
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