Experts and Influence

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Ida Nijenhuis:

Information as a means to power: the use of unique mercantile knowledge
Information as a means to power: the use of unique mercantile knowledge

Dr David Napolitano:

Knowledge is power. Opening up the teaching monopoly on the art of rulership in medieval Italy

Keywords: Medieval Italy, Italian city-republics, Podestà literature, Italian city magistrate, Lay legal practitioner

Knowledge is power. Opening up the teaching monopoly on the art of rulership in medieval Italy

Novák Veronika:

Near to the fire: information possibilities of the scribes of the Parlement of Paris at the end of the Hundred Years War

Keywords: Parlement of Paris, Hundred Years War, literate mentality, publication, gossip

Near to the fire: information possibilities of the scribes of the Parlement of Paris at the end of the Hundred Years War

Anahita Arian :

The Dialectics of Knowledge, Power and Order in the XVII C. Safavid Realm

Keywords: Power, Knowledge, Order, Governance, History

The Dialectics of Knowledge, Power and Order in the XVII C. Safavid Realm

Fons Meijer:

The Mediated Expert: The Scientisation of the Political in the Media Age

Keywords: Experts, opinion polls, media history, audience democracy

The Mediated Expert: The Scientisation of the Political in the Media Age

Marijcke Schillings:

Willem de Clercq’s limitations and ambitions: his tenure as secretary of the Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij, circa 1824

Keywords: Willem de Clercq (1795-1844), Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij

Willem de Clercq’s limitations and ambitions: his tenure as secretary of the Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij, circa 1824

Disclosure and Control

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Gitika De:

Contention for Information: Witnessing, Verification and Written Truths

Keywords: Information, Secrecy, Oppositional Movement, Verification, Accountability

Contention for Information: Witnessing, Verification and Written Truths

András Lénárt:

Doctrines of Information in the Spanish Dictatorship (1939-1975)

Keywords: Spain, dictatorship, information, control, manipulation

Doctrines of Information in the Spanish Dictatorship (1939-1975)

Claudia Șerbănuță:

Leveraging information organization knowledge in communist public libraries

Keywords: library history, public libraries, propaganda, information history, communism,

Leveraging information organization knowledge in communist public libraries

László Z. Karvalics:

Price-information. Whose Power? Lessons from the early 19th century

Keywords: price information, James Beniger, control, information ecosystem, decision making

Price-information. Whose Power? Lessons from the early 19th century

Eleni Braat:

State secrecy and the historian’s craft Three approaches to lifting the veil of classified government archives

Keywords: secrecy, historical research, public administration, government archives, declassification

State secrecy and the historian’s craft
Three approaches to lifting the veil of classified government archives

Irena Vladimirsky:

The Bolshevik Revolution of Knowledge: The Big Soviet Encyclopedia Enterprise.

Keywords: encyclopedias, the Big Soviet encyclopedia, ideology and society, Soviet politics and ideology

The Bolshevik Revolution of Knowledge: The Big Soviet Encyclopedia Enterprise.

Joris Gijsenbergh:

The disclosure of governmental information by whistleblowers (1970-2000)

Keywords: Democracy, transparency, accountability, whistle-blowers, distrust

The disclosure of governmental information by whistleblowers (1970-2000)

C.W. Hijzen:

Secrets and political power Dutch politicians and domestic intelligence

Keywords: intelligence, secret information, politics

Secrets and political power
Dutch politicians and domestic intelligence
 

Policy and Decisionmaking

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Lauren Lauret:

Administrative tools of legitimacy. Politics and practices of information in the Dutch States General (1716-1830)

Keywords: political legitimacy, new institutional history, cultural history of politics, continuity

Administrative tools of legitimacy. Politics and practices of information in the Dutch States General (1716-1830)

Joris van den Tol:

Lobbying colonial policy from the periphery: Decision-making and the control of long-distance information in the Atlantic, 1630-1660.

Keywords: Lobbying, petitions, Dutch Atlantic, Dutch Republic

Lobbying colonial policy from the periphery: Decision-making and the control of long-distance information in the Atlantic, 1630-1660.

Ronald Sluijter:

Unifying the Country. Requests for Information in the Batavian-French Period (1795-1813)
Unifying the Country. Requests for Information in the Batavian-French Period (1795-1813)

Liesbeth Rosen Jacobson:

“The Eurasian Question”, solved by paternal knowledge?’

Keywords: Eurasians, citizenship criteria, decolonisation, regulations, round table conferences

“The Eurasian Question”, solved by paternal knowledge?’

Exchange and Hegemony

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Alistair Black, Bonnie Mak:

Periods, Themes and Events: Pedagogical Keys to Understanding the Place of Power Relations in the History of Information

Keywords: information history, pedagogy, periodisation

Abstract--Periods, Themes and Events: Pedagogical Keys to Understanding the Place of Power Relations in the History of Information

Eli Cook:

Economic Indicators and the Coming of Civil War

Keywords: Civil War, Slavery, Capitalism, American History, Economic Indicators

Economic Indicators and the Coming of Civil War

Gerrit Knaap:

Information and Power in the Dutch Colonial Empire A case study from the Dutch East India Company, circa 1760

Keywords: Netherlands, Asia, eighteenth century, colonialism

Information and Power in the Dutch Colonial Empire
A case study from the Dutch East India Company, circa 1760

Djoeke van Netten:

Sailing and secrecy. Information control and power in overseas companies

Keywords: Secrecy, Dutch East India Company, instructions, travel journals

Sailing and secrecy. Information control and power in overseas companies

Empowerment and Neglect

 
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Eric Ketelaar:

The Dutch comptoir as information centre

Keywords: archives;merchants; gender

The Dutch comptoir as information centre

Marieke Oprel:

Along and against the archival grain Defining flows of information and mechanisms of power in Dutch post-war policies towards German enemy citizens

Keywords: NBI, German enemy citizens, administration of justice, categorisation, Second World War

Along and against the archival grain
Defining flows of information and mechanisms of power in Dutch post-war policies towards German enemy citizens

Marijke van Faassen:

The whereabouts of migrants: a comparison of Dutch migrant registration systems.

Keywords: Information systems, Emigration, Netherlands, Australia, 1945-2000

The whereabouts of migrants: a comparison of Dutch migrant registration systems.