Vicky Vanruysseveldt

Vicky VanruysseveldtVicky Vanruysseveldt (1987) obtained a Master in History from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel with a thesis on Rondtrekkende artiesten in Brabant in de tweede helft van de 18e eeuw. In 2010, she obtained a Master in Journalism from the Erasmushogeschool Brussel. In March 2010 she became a teaching assistant at the History Department of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and in October 2012 she obtained a position as PhD fellow of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO).Her PhD research focuses on itinerant artists in Brabant the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. 

 

Core publications

  • Rik Vercammen en Vicky Vanruysseveldt, "Van centraal beleid naar lokale praktijk. Het 'probleem' van landloperij en bedelarij in België (1890-1910)", in Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Nieuwste Geschiedenis, 2015 (45:1), pp. 120-161.
  • Vicky Vanruysseveldt, "Travelling without risks? Itinerant entertainers in the Duchy of Brabant and their uses of passports at the end of the eighteenth century", in Cultural and Social History (accepted for publication november 2015).
  • Vicky Vanruysseveldt, "Tussen niche en overlevingsstrategie? Rondtrekkende artiesten in het Hertogdom Brabant in de tweede helft van de achttiende eeuw", in Volkskunde, 2014 (115:2), pp. 121-145.

 

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