Jurriaan Wink

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Jurriaan Wink (1994) studied History at Leiden University. During his studies, he focussed on the economic history of the late Middle Ages, having a special interest for the role of commercial conflict management. In 2018, he graduated with a thesis on the subject of the involvement of the counts of Holland and Zeeland in international trade. In 2019, he worked as a transcriber for the National Archives of the Netherlands to develop a HTR-model (Handwritten Text Recognition) for texts from the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth century. From 2016 until 2020, he was involved in the Johan de Witt project of the Huygens ING, which aims to make the complete correspondence of Johan de Witt available for a broad audience through EMLO (Early Modern Letters Online). As of April 2020, he works as a PhD student for the FWO (Research Foundation Flanders) project Managing Markets under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Bart Lambert and Prof. Dr. Louis Sicking and is associated with the research group HOST. He prepares a PhD on the role of institutions in the international trade in Gelre, Sticht and Oversticht during the Burgundian and Habsburg rule in the fifteenth and sixteenth century.


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