Dr L.S. van Raaij (Lenneke)
Assistant professor - Department of History, Art History and Classics
Assistant professor - Radboud Institute for Culture and History
6525 HT NIJMEGEN
6500 HD NIJMEGEN
I am an assistant professor in Medieval History at Radboud University Nijmegen. My interests include medieval manuscripts, liturgical texts, early and high medieval monasteries and bishops as well as broader research topics such as identity formation in local communities and the reception of classical texts in the Middle Ages.
I wrote my PhD thesis on the production of local liturgical texts in tenth-century Trier at the university of Exeter (UK). This research was conducted in cooperation with the HERA project: 'After Empire. Using and not using the past in the crisis of the Carolingian World (c. 900-1050).
- Lenneke van Raaij, ‘Infiltrating the Local Past: Supra-regional Players in Local Hagiography from Trier in the Ninth and Tenth centuries’, in: Sarah Greer, Alice Hicklin and Stefan Esders eds., Using and Not Using the Past after the Carolingian Empire, c. 900-1050 (Routledge 2019) 77-93.
- Rob Meens, Lenneke van Raaij en Carine van Rhijn, 'Continuing Carolingian reform in the late ninth century: The Paenitentiale Trecense', Bulletin of Medieval Canon Law 36 (2020) 17-54.
- 2016 - 2019 project member - HERA funded project: 'After Empire. Using and not using the past in the crisis of the Carolingian World (c. 900-1050). More information
- Bachelorwerkstuk Geschiedenis
- Master's Thesis Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean Worlds
- Medieval History 1
- Medieval History 2
- Mentoraat en studievaardigheden Geschiedenis
- Middeleeuwen I
- Middeleeuwen II
- Middeleeuwse cultuur
- Pitches and presentations
- Tutorage and Study Skills Comparative European History