dr. Robert Flierman
r.flierman@uu.nl
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Profile

Dr. Robert Flierman received his PhD (cum laude) from Utrecht University. He taught history and medieval Latin at the University of Amsterdam and the Radboud University Nijmegen, before returning to Utrecht. His research interests include barbarian identity, Carolingian historiography, and early medieval letters and letter delivery. He has recently published Saxon Identities, 150-900 AD on the construction of Saxon identity in the Roman and post-Roman West. 

 

Scientific expertise
late oudheid
vroege middeleeuwen
middeleeuws latijn
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All publications
  2017 - Scholarly publications
Flierman, R. (2017). Review: Jeroen Wijnendaele. The Last of the Romans. Bonifatius – Warlord and Comes Africae. Res Militares, 17 (1), (pp. 9-10) (2 p.).
Flierman, R. (2017). Review: Robert E. Lerner. Ernst Kantorowicz: A Life. History of Humanities, 2 (2), (pp. 530-533) (4 p.).
Flierman, R. (2017). Review: Shami Ghosh. Writing the Barbarian Past: Studies in Early Medieval Historical Narrative. History of Humanities, 2 (1), (pp. 273-276) (4 p.).
Flierman, R. (2017). Saxon Identities - AD 150-900. (288 p.). Bloomsbury Academics.
  2017 - Professional publications
Flierman, R. (2017). Recensie. Jan J.B. Kuipers. Karel de Grote. Stamvader van Europa. Madoc, 31 (2).
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Flierman, R. (2016). Religious Saxons. Paganism, Infidelity and Biblical Punishment in the Capitulatio de partibus Saxoniae. In Rob Meens, Dorine van Espelo, Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, Janneke Raaijmakers, Irene van Renswoude & Carine van Rhijn (Eds.), Religious Franks. Studies in Honour of Mayke de Jong (pp. 181-201) (21 p.). Manchester University Press.
  2016 - Professional publications
Flierman, R. (2016). Dieren in de Middeleeuwen: Krokodil. Madoc, 30 (4), (pp. 224-225) (2 p.).
  2016 - Other output
Flierman, R. (2016). Label or Libel?: The Ethnonym 'Saxo' in the Latin Textual Record, 300-900.
  2015 - Scholarly publications
Flierman, Robert (2015). Gens perfida or populus Christianus - The Saxons in Carolingian Historiography. In Clemens Gantner, Rosamond McKitterick & Sven Meeder (Eds.), The Resources of the Past in Early Medieval Europe (pp. 188-205). Cambridge: University Press.
Flierman, R. (03.02.2015). Pagan, Pirate, Subject, Saint - Defining and Redefining Saxons, 150-900 A.D.. (339 p.).
  2014 - Professional publications
Flierman, Robert (2014). In de schaduw van karolingische expansie - Saksische herinneringen aan de Saksenoorlogen van Karel de Grote. Madoc, 28 (3), (pp. 130-39) (10 p.).
  2014 - Popularising publications
Flierman, Robert (2014). Eén Europa onder Karel de Grote. Geschiedenis Magazine, 49 (2), (pp. 20-23).
  2013 - Other output
Flierman, Robert (27.01.2013). Mission from Mainz? Some Notes on the Capitulatio de partibus Saxoniae.
Flierman, Robert (22.02.2013). The Claim of perfidia in Discourses on the Saxon Wars.
  2012 - Other output
Flierman, Robert (09.07.2012). From Exclusion to Inclusion - The Saxons in the Ninth-Century Textual Record.
Flierman, Robert (26.01.2012). Karl oder Widukind? Disputing the Early Medieval Past in Nazi Germany.
  2011 - Other output
Flierman, Robert (13.07.2011). Discourses of Inclusion and Exclusion in Carolingian Society.
  2010 - Professional publications
Flierman, Robert (2010). Tom Holland. De gang naar Canossa. De westerse revolutie rond het jaar 1000. Millennium, 24 (2), (pp. 169-71).
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