Books and editorial work:

1.     Danzig, the Hanse and the Polish Crown c. 1450-1580. The urban practice of conflict management (ongoing book project, initial discussions with Cambridge University Press)

3.     Peer-reviewed edited volume (with Wim Blockmans and Mikhail Krom): The Routledge Handbook of Maritime Trade Around Europe (2017, Routledge)

4.     Peer-reviewed edited volume (with Stuart Jenks): The Hanse in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (2013, Brill); review, review

Refereed articles

6.     ‘The concept of language of trust and trustworthiness: (Why) history matters’, The Journal of Trust Research (2020, accepted as invited paper).

7.     ‘Conflicts about property: ships and inheritances in Danzig and in the Hanse area (15th-16th centuries)’, in J. Armstrong and E. Frankot, Cultures of Law in Urban Northern Europe (Aberdeen 2020, after peer review, in press).

8.     ‘Van wie is dit biertje? Import, consumptie en productie van bier in middeleeuws Amsterdam’, Jaarboek Amstelodamum 111 (2019) 6-33.

9.     ‘Maritime Networks and Premodern Conflict Management on Multiple Levels. The Example of Danzig and the Giese Family’, in Maritime networks as a factor in European integration, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale Di Storia Economica “F. Datini” Prato, University of Firenze (2019) 385-405.

14.  'Diplomacy and Advocacy. The case of the King of Denmark v. Dutch Skippers before the Danzig City Council (1564–1567)' with Alain Wijffels, The Legal History Review 84/1-2 (2016) 1-53: as first author

15.  ‘Mercantile Conflict Resolution in Practice: Connecting Legal and Diplomatic Sourcesfrom Danzig c. 1460–1580’, in Heikki Pihlajamäki, S. Dauchy, A.Cordes, D. De ruysscher (eds.), Understanding the Sources of Early Modern and Modern Commercial Law, Leiden: 2018, pp. 7-31

16.  ‘Danzig (Gdańsk): seeking stability and autonomy’, in W. Blockmans, M. Krom and J. Wubs-Mrozewicz (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Maritime Trade Around Europe (Routledge 2017), 248-272.

17.   ‘Maritime Trade around Europe, 1300-1600. Commercial Networks and Urban Autonomy: an introduction’, with W. Blockmans and M. Krom, in W. Blockmans, M. Krom and J. Wubs-Mrozewicz (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Maritime Trade Around Europe (Routledge 2017): as third author.

18.   ‘Conclusions’, in W. Blockmans, M. Krom and J. Wubs-Mrozewicz (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Maritime Trade Around Europe Routledge (Routledge 2017): as second author.

19.  ‘Die Städte an der Zuiderzee und IJssel in der Hanse: Informationsaustausch, Konflikte und Konfliktlösung’, Hansische Geschichstblätter (2016).

20.  ‘Rozwiązywanie splątanych interesów. Konflikty miasta Gdańska i kupców gdańskich związane z działalnością kaprów w XVI wieku: prawo i dyplomacja.’, in B. Możejko (ed.) W epoce żaglowców-morze od antyku do XVIII wieku (2016) [Resolving entangled interests. The conflicts of the city of Danzig, privateers, law and diplomacy in the sixteenth century].

25.   The Hanse in late medieval and early modern Europe: an Introduction', in: Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz and Stuart Jenks (eds.) The Hanse in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Leiden/Boston: Brill, the Northern World Series, 2013).

26.   ‘Hansards and the ‘Other’. Perceptions and strategies in late medieval Bergen’, in: Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz and Stuart Jenks (eds.) The Hanse in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Leiden/Boston: Brill, the Northern World Series, 2013).

28.   ‘Hollanders in pursuit of mercantile success on Hanseatic ground c. 1440-1560. Bergen in Norway: the other story’, in: Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 123 (2010) 340-353.

29.   ‘Fish, Stock and Barrel. Changes in the Stockfish Trade in Northern Europe c.1360-1560’, in L. Sicking and D. Abreu-Ferreira (eds.) Beyond the Catch. Fisheries of the North Atlantic, the North Sea and the Baltic, 900-1850 (Brill, 2009) 187-208.

30.   ‘Hinrick van Hasselt. Rebell und Bergenfahrer aus Deventer. Problemlösung im Kontor in Bergen in den 40er Jahren des 16. Jahrhunderts’, in: Hansische Geschichtsblätter 124 (2006) 1-20.

31.   ‘Shoes and shoemakers in late medieval Bergen and Stockholm’, in: Collegium Medievale, vol. 18 (2005), pp. 7-36.

32.   ‘Interplay of identities: German settlers in late medieval Stockholm’, in: Scandinavian Journal of History, vol. 29/1 (2004), pp. 53-68 (reviewed by C. Jahnke in Hansische Geschichtsblätter 123, 2005, pp. 275-276).

Non-refereed articles

33.  ‘Entgegnung auf Nedkvitne, Das Bergener Kontor, 2’, Hansische Geschichtsblätter 131 (2013) 193-195.

34.   Lemma 'Nordsee' in online publication Hanselexikon/ Hansischer Geschichtsverein (2008-, to be published later as a book).

35.   'The medieval Hanse: groups and networks of traders. The case of the Bergen Kontor (Norway)', in Gentes de mar en la ciudad atlántica medieval, Jesús Ángel Solórzano Telechea, Michel Bochaca and Amélia Aguiar Andrade (eds.) Gentes de mar en la ciudad atlántica medieval (Instituto de Estudios Riojanos, 2012) 213-233.

36.   De Kantoren van de Hanze: Bergen, Brugge, Londen en Nowgorod’, in H. Brand and E. Knol (eds.) Koggen, Kooplieden en Kantoren (Hilversum, 2009), pp. 90-107.

37.   ‘‘Alle goede coepluyden…’. Strategies in the Scandinavian trade politics of Amsterdam and Lübeck c. 1440-1560’, in H. Brand (ed.) The Dynamics of Economic Culture in the North-Sea and Baltic Region c. 1200-1700 (2007) pp. 86-101.

38.   ‘Hopped beer as an innovation. The Bergen beer market around 1200-1600 in the European context’, in: H. Brand (ed.) Trade, Diplomacy and Cultural Exchange (2005) 152-168 (reviewed by H. van der Wee in Economic History Review, 60, 1, 2007).

39.   ‘The Bergenfahrer and the Bergenvaarders: Lübeck and Amsterdam in a Study of Rivalry c. 1440-1560’, in: A. Grassmann (ed.) Das Hansische Kontor zu Bergen und die Lübecker Bergenfahrer. International Workshop Lübeck 2003  (2005) 206-230 (reviewed by C. Jahnke in Hansische Geschichtsblätter 125, 2007, 223-225).

Other publications


40.   Review of: Hansische Geschichtsblätter 121 (2003), in: The Scandinavian economic history review; vol. 52/2-3 (2004) 196-197.

41.   Review of: P.P. Boulhosa Icelanders and the Kings of Norway (Brill, 2005), in: Hansische Geschichtsblätter 124 (2006) 243-244.

42.   Review of: H. Brand (ed.) The German Hanse in Past and Present Europe (Castel, 2007) in: Tijdschrift voor Sociaal-Economische Geschiedenis 6/4 (2009).

43.   Review of: O. Gelderblom, Cities of Commerce: The Institutional Foundations of International Trade in the Low Countries, 1250-1650, in: The English Historical Review 88/241 (2015).

44.   Review of Portugal and the Medieval Atlantic. Commercial Diplomacy, Merchants, and Trade, 1143-1488 by Flávio Miranda (, 2014)

Wider readership and knowledge outreach

47.   Visual: participation in the documentary series Gouden Eeuw

48.   Participation in a debate article on the future of Humanities and a blog entry for Groene Amsterdammer (2013)

49.   Article for children in the NRC on medieval sources