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Dr. Nina Schroeder-van 't Schip is an art historian and postdoctoral researcher with the Doopsgezind Seminarium at the Faculty of Religion and Theology. She is conducting interdisciplinary research on Dutch Mennonite life, representation, and artistic engagement in the early modern period. In her doctoral research she investigated the representations of early Anabaptism in Dutch art ("Heretics and Martyrs: Picturing Early Anabaptism in Visual Culture of the Dutch Republic," PhD Dissertation, Queen's University, 2018). Her current research interests include Dutch Golden Age painting, early modern print history, and Mennonite social networks within the Dutch art marketplace. Nina is on the planning committee of the ACHHP (Amsterdam Centre for the History and Heritage of Protestantism) and she is a Doopsgezinde Historische Kring board member. Schroeder-van 't Schip is also the coordinator of the VU's undergraduate minor, "Peace Theology and Anabaptist-Mennonite Traditions." 

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Art History , PhD, Heretics and Martyrs: Picturing Early Anabaptism in Visual Culture of the Dutch Repbulic, Queen's University

Award Date: 30 Nov 2018

History of Art and Visual Culture, M.St., University of Oxford


  • NE Print media
  • Religious Diversity
  • Satire and polemics
  • Book illustration
  • Martyrology
  • N Fine Arts
  • Patronage networks
  • Portraiture
  • Artist networks
  • B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion
  • Mennonites
  • Anabaptists
  • Theology
  • P Language and Literature
  • History
  • D History General and Old World
  • Dutch Republic


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