A.E. de Wilde MA (Anna)
Oudpromovendus - Departement Moderne talen en culturen
Oudpromovendus - Radboud Institute for Culture and History
6500 HD NIJMEGEN
Anna de Wilde (1989) is a PhD candidate at the Radboud University Nijmegen, specializing in early modern Jewish book history.
As part of the ERC-funded MEDIATE project, her research focuses on the circulation of books in the Jewish communities in the eighteenth-century Dutch Republic, based on private library sales catalogues. In 2014 she graduated in History (Research Master) and Middle-Eastern Studies (Master, specialization Hebrew) at the University of Amsterdam.
- A.E. de Wilde, “Sales Catalogues of Jewish-Owned Private Libraries in the Dutch Republic during the Long Eighteenth Century: A Preliminary Overview”, in Arthur der Weduwen, Andrew Pettegree and Graeme Kemp (eds.), Early Modern Book Trade Catalogues, Leiden, Brill, 2021, 212 – 248.
- A. E. de Wilde, 'How to Understand ʿal yede? Title Pages of Hebrew Private Library Catalogues Printed in the Dutch Republic during the Long 18th Century', Zutot 17.1 (2019), 74-82.
- Waterman, A. & Wilde, A.E. de (2019). Reviving the soul of the community. Developments in the post-war history of Ets Haim - Livraria Montezinos (Menasseh ben Israel Instituut Studies, XIV). Amsterdam: MbII
- 2016 - 2022 MEDIATE is an ERC-funded digital humanities project, based at Radboud University (The Netherlands), that seeks to study the circulation of books and ideas in eighteenth-century Europe by drawing on a unique database of eighteenth-century library auction catalogues. Meer informatie