Ms L.F. (Lisa) Kattenberg MA

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    Kloveniersburgwal 48  Room number: D 0.10
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    Kloveniersburgwal  48
    1012 CX  Amsterdam

Lisa Kattenberg is a PhD candidate in the early modern history department. She is working on a project entitled 'Lessons from the Low Countries. The theoretical and practical impact of historical experience on Habsburg theories of state, 1590-1650'. Investigating ideas of political thinkers active within the Spanish Monarchy's government about the practical value of history and their translation into the political present, this project explores both the role of reason of state in the seventeenth-century transformation of historical thought and the close interaction between early modern political theory and practice.


  • Kattenberg, L. (2016). Military Rebellion and Reason of State: Pacification of Mutinies in the Habsburg Army of Flanders, 1599-1601. BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review, 131(2), 3-21. DOI: 10.18352/bmgn-lchr.10204  [details] 



  • Kattenberg, L. F. (2009). Het goede dieet voor de Nederlanden. Fadrique Furió Ceriol en het Spaanse denken over de Nederlandse Opstand 1566-1573. Skript: historisch tijdschrift, 31(4), 206-219.


  • Kattenberg, L. F. (2018). The power of necessity: Reason of state in the Spanish monarchy, ca. 1590-1650 [details] 
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