R.J.P. Versmissen (Rosalie)
PhD candidate - Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
PhD candidate - Radboud Institute for Culture and History
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Rosalie Versmissen studied early modern history at the University of Leiden (BA) and Utrecht University (rMA). She worked as research assistant at Utrecht University and the KNAW Huygens institute. Her research interests include the intellectual, cultural, and political aspects of book-reader relations.
Rosalie is a PhD candidate in the project: 'Civic Fictions, Modelling book-reader interactions in the Age of Revolution, c. 1760-1830'. This project investigates the relations between fiction and citizenship in eighteenth-century, revolutionary Europe. Her doctoral research focuses on the reading culture of the Dutch governmental elite between 1798 - 1830. In her research, she includes digital network analysis.