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De Moor, Tine

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Academic Title

Prof. dr.

Full Name

Tine (Martina) De Moor

Date of Birth

1975

Position

Professor "Institutions for Collective Action in Historical Perspective"

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E-Mail

t.demoor@uu.nl

Telephone

+31 (0)30 253 6458

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Secretariat

r.vanweeren1@uu.nl, T. 030 253 6328

Working Days

Mo-Fr

Office Hours

On appointment

Visiting Address

Drift 6, room 1.14

Post Address

Drift 6, 3512 BS, Utrecht

Curriculum Vitae

Studies

  • History at the University of Ghent (Belgium) and Queen Mary’s and Westfield College (London).
  • Environmental Sciences at the University of Antwerp, Belgium
  • Phd: 24 October 2003: PhD in history:
    ‘For the profit of the commonality’. Use, users and management of commons in the Sandy area of Flanders, 18th and 19th century’ (Dutch title: ‘Tot proffijt van de ghemeensaemheijt’. Gebruik, gebruikers en beheer van gemene gronden in Zandig Vlaanderen, 18de en 19de eeuw’) (Promotors: Prof. Dr. E. Thoen en E. Vanhaute)

 

Professional experience

  • 1/12/2012-current: Full Professor "Institutions for collective action in historical perspective", Utrecht University
  • 1/04/2010-31/11/2012: Associate Professor at the Research Institute for History and Culture, University of Utrecht
  • 1/09/2004-31/03/2010: Assistant Professor at the Research Institute for History and Culture, University of Utrecht
  • 1/07-30/09/2006: ‘theme manager’ for DANS (temporarily detached)
  • October 2003-August 2004: Assistant-ad-interim at the University of Ghent, Department of Early Modern History
  • January 2003-June 2003: Visiting Scholar International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam
  • February 1999-December 2002: researcher at the Department of Medieval History, Ghent University (Belgium)Project of the National Fund for Scientific research Macht en Plattelandsontwikkeling)
  • June 2001-December 2002: Co-ordination of the project The Historical GIS of the Belgian Territorial Structure (promoter: Prof. dr. E. Vanhaute) (see: http://www.flwi.ugent.be/hisgis)
  • Academic year 1999-2000: lecturer of Social-economic history, Modern history (practica), for undergraduates at the University of Ghent
  • Academic years 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004 (with prof. E. Thoen): lecturer of Historical Cartography and GIS-applications and Environmental History, for undergraduates Ghent University
  • March 1998-January 1999: researcher at the Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD, Prof. R. Doom), Ghent University (Belgium). Project: An integrated approach of chain analysis for chain management of companies (research for the federal government, DWTC, as part of the federal program on sustainable development)
  • October 1997: researcher at the Centrum for the Study of the Flemish Cultural Life for the New Encyclopedia of the Flemish Movement (Nieuwe Encyclopedie van de Vlaamse beweging)

 

Curriculum Vitae_Tine De Moor_March 2013.pdfFull Curriculum Vitae

Publications

Books 

  • DE MOOR, Tine, 2013. Homo cooperans. Instituties voor collective actie en de solidaire samenleving. Inaugurele rede. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht, Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen.
  • DE MOOR, Tine and VAN ZANDEN, Jan Luiten, 2006. Vrouwen en de geboorte van het kapitalisme. Amsterdam: Boom.
  • DE MOOR, M. and DEBBAUT, R., 2003. Aanborgers van de Gemene- en Looweiden, 1515 tot 1965. Brugge: Van de Wiele.  

Articles  

Chapters in books

  • DE MOOR, T., 2012. Inspiratie uit ons institutionele geheugen. Instituties voor collectieve actie als structurele oplossingen voor sociale dilemma's in het Europese verleden. In: Samenwerking in sociale dilemma's; voorbeelden van Nederlands onderzoek, Jaarboek Mens & Maatschappij 2012, eds V. Buskens and I. Maas, pp. 185-208.
  • CARMICHAEL, Sarah, DE MOOR, Tine, and VAN ZANDEN, Jan Luiten, 2011. "When the heart is baked, don't try to knead it". Huwelijksleeftijd en leeftijdsverschil tussen partners als maatstaf van 'agency' van vrouwen. In: Levenslopen in Transformatie; liber amicorum bij het afscheid van prof. dr. Paul M.M. Klep, eds Theo Engelen, Onno Boonstra, and Angélique Janssens, pp. 208-21. Amsterdam: Valkhof.
  • DE MOOR, T., VAN ZANDEN, J.L., and ZUIJDERDUIJN, J., 2009. Micro-Credit in late medieval Waterland; Households and the efficiency of capital markets in Edam en De Zeevang, 1462-1563. In: La famiglia nell’economia europea. Secc. XIII-XVIII/The economic role of the family from the 13th to the 18th centuries, ed. S. Cavaciocchi, pp. 631-68. Firenze: Firenze University Press.
  • DE MOOR, T., 2007. La función del común; La trayectoria de un communal en Flandes durante los siglos XVIII y XIX. In: Campos Cerrados, debatos abiertos: Analisis historico y propriedad de la tierra en Europa (siglos XVI-XIX), eds.  Rosa Congost and Miguel Lana Berasain, pp. 111-40. Universidad Publica de Navarra.
  • DE MOOR, M., 2003. Les terres communes en Belgique. In: Les propriétés collectives 1750-1914; Les attaques du libéralisme en Europe et Amérique latine, eds. M.-D. Demélas and N. Vivier, pp. 119-38. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
  • DE MOOR, M., 2002. Common land in Flanders. In: The management of common land in north west Europe, c. 1500-1850, eds. M. de Moor, L. Shaw-Taylor, and P. Warde, CORN publication series nr. 8, pp. 113-42. Turnhout: Brepols.
  • DE MOOR, M., SHAW-TAYLOR, L., and WARDE, P., 2002. Comparing the historical commons of north west Europe; An introduction. In: The management of common land in north west Europe, c. 1500-1850, eds. M. de Moor, L. Shaw-Taylor, and P. Warde, CORN publication series nr. 8, pp. 15-32. Turnhout: Brepols.
  • DE MOOR, M., SHAW-TAYLOR, L., and WARDE, P., 2002. Preliminary conclusions; The commons of north west Europe. In: The management of common land in north west Europe, c. 1500-1850, eds. M. de Moor, L. Shaw-Taylor, and P. Warde, CORN publication series nr. 8, pp. 247-61. Turnhout: Brepols.
  • DE MOOR, M., 2001. The occupational and geographical mobility of farm labourers in Flanders, end of the 19th - middle of the 20th century. In: Labour and labour markets between town and country side (Middle Ages-19th century), eds. B. Blondé, E. Vanhaute, and M. Galand, CORN publication series 6, pp. 292-302.
  • DE MOOR, M., 1999. L’abonnement légumes’, trois pour le prix dun; Agriculture biologique, vente directe et développement durable. In: Du savoir aux saveurs. 101 chemins pour une alimentation de qualité, ed. P. Stassart, pp. 106-12. Louvain: Fondation Universitaire Luxembourgeoise-Coopibo-EPO.
  • DE MOOR, M., 1999. Het groenteabonnement: biologische landbouw, directe verkoop and duurzame ontwikkeling in één pakket. In: Van de grond tot in je mond. 101 pistes voor kwaliteitsvoeding, ed. P. Stassart, pp. 106-12.  Leuven: Fondation Universitaire Luxembourgeoise-Coopibo-EPO.
  • De MOOR, M. and VANHAUTE, E., 1998. De logica van de wetgever en de wijsheid van de boer. Heideontginningen eind 18de tot begin 20ste eeuw. In: Jaarboek van de v.z.w. Museum Kempenland, pp. 11-5. Lommel.
  • Author of 38 lemmata in the Nieuwe Encyclopedie of the Vlaamse Beweging, Lannoo, Tielt, 1998: Algemeen Nederlands Zangverbond, Frontersmarsch, Evarisin van Maldeghem, Robert Julien van Maldeghem,  Wies Pée, Edmond van der Straeten, Ignace de Sutter, Renaat Veremans, Vlaams Nationaal Zangfeest, Vlaams Nationaal Zangverbond, Het Vlaamse Lied, Hendrik Waelput, Het Willems Genootschap, Lode Baekelmans, Lodewijk Gerrits, Domien Sleeckx, Taalgrens Wakker!, Als t Past, Amicitia, Jan Bols, Jozef Calbrecht, Drieskand De Nijper, Le Flamingant, Jong Dietschland, Met Tijd and Vlijt, Jacob Muyldermans, Signum Linguae, Hendrik de Backer, Bardit, Gebeden- and communiebonden  ‘Vlaanderen aan Christus’, Jeugd en Studiekring Opgang (JESO), Opkomst, Onze Jeugd, Jozef van Opdenbosch, Opgang, Vlaams Nationale Zangfeesten, Herman Peeters, Ger. E.K. Schmook

Reviews

  • of  W. Van Hoorick, 'Van polders and landlieden; De plattelandsgemeente Verrebroek in het Land van Waas tijdens de 17de and 18de eeuw'. Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Filologie en Geschiedenis, 2001 (4), pp. 1466-7.
  • of  M. Smits, 'Boerend met Beleid. Honderd jaar Katholieke Nederlandse Boeren- and Tuindersbond 1896-1996'. NEHA, Bulletin voor de economische geschiedenis in Nederland, 1997, 11 (2), pp. 34-5. 
Co-editorship of books & special issues 
  • Co-editor (with Sarah Carmichael and Jan Luiten van Zanden) special issue History of the Family, on 'Marriage patterns, household formation and economic development'. Volume 16, Issue 4, 2011.
  • Co-editor special issue Continuity & Change on ‘Factor markets in global economic history’ , Volume 24, 2009, 201 p.
  • Co-editor special issue the International Journal of the Commons, on European Commons, July 2008.
  • Co-editor special issue Continuity & Change on ‘The institutional organization of land markets’, Volume 23, 2008, 200 p.
  • Co-editor special issue the International Review of Social History, on ‘The return of the guilds’, Volume 53, Supplement S16,  December 2008, 270 p.
  • Co-editor (in collaboration with P.S. Warde and L. Shaw-Taylor) of The management of common land in north west Europe, c. 1500-1850, Brepols, Turnhout (CORN publication series nr. 8), 265 p. (First print: 2002; Second print: 2006).
Scientific reports and posters
  • BORGO, E. and DE MOOR, M., 1998. Een integrale benadering van ketenanalyse tand behoeve van ketenbeheer voor bedrijven. Second intermediary report. Ghent, Center for Sustainable Development.
  • Wetenschappelijk rapport Landschapsonderzoek landinrichtingsproject Brugse Veldzone: studie naar de visueel-ruimtelijke en cultuurhistorische aspecten van het landschap (inventarisatie, interpretatie en visievorming). With the departments of Geography and Archeology, University of Ghent.
  • DE MOOR, M. and WIEDEMANN, T., 2002. Poster: ‘A historical GIS for 200 years of Belgian Territorial Structures (1796-2000)’;  17th European User Conference for ESRI GIS-users, October 14-16, 2002, Floréal Club, Blankenberge.
  • DE MOOR, M. 2002. Poster: ‘The management of common land in Flanders, 18th-19th century’; First Promovendi-symposium Arts faculty, University of Ghent, December 16, 2002. 

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Themes of Education

 

Current Education Activities

 

Sideline Activities

 Current:

  • Elected member of the Executive Board of the International Association for the Study of the Commons 
  • Editorial board member International Journal of the Commons
  • Member of The Young Academy of The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)
  • Member of the Young Academy of Europe
  • Member of the board of Trustees of the European Historical Economics Society
  • Member of the board of external evaluators of the Revista Portuguesa de História (Portuguese Journal of History) 
  • Member of the Center for Global Economic History-board

Interesting Links

http://www.collective-action.info

Projects:   

2013-2018: NWO VIDI-Grant "Nature or nurture? A search for the institutional and biological determinants of life expectancy in Europe during the early modern period", see http://www.collective-action.info/node/576

2010-2014: ERC Starting Grant “United We Stand” , see http://www.collective-action.info/projects_ERCGrant

2011-2014: Common Rules. The regulation of institutions for managing commons in Europe 1100-1800, NWO-internationaliseringsaanvraag see http://www.collective-action.info/_PRO_NWO_CommonRules_Main
 
2013: Funding from Focus&Massa budget (focus-gebied Institutions) for project “Social Entrepreneurship and Citizenship” (in cooperation with Evelien De Kezel, Law Department), see http://www.collective-action.info/_PRO_MaatschappijBurgerschap_en.
 
2013: Internship project on civil collectivities, see http://www.collective-action.info/_PRO_InternshipProject
 
 
Other links:
 

Commons Journal: http://www.thecommonsjournal.org

Open Access: http://www.oastories.org/2011/09/netherlands-websiterepository-institutions-for-collective-action/

Keywords

Collective action; marriage patterns;  households; commons; guilds, GIS

Working Papers

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Research Projects

 Title
link to open item"Common Rules". The regulation of institutions for managing commons in Europe, 1100 - 1800
link to open item"United we stand". The dynamics and consequences of institutions for collective action in pre-industrial Europe
link to open itemInternship Project
link to open itemProject 'Maatschappelijke ondernemingen en burgerschap' / 'Social Entrepreneurship and Citizenship'

Expertise

 Field
link to open itemCollective action
link to open itemEconomic and social history
link to open itemMarriage patterns

Attachments

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_PUB_HerontdekkingCollectief_Sampol_4.pdf    
_PUB_Homo-cooperans_NL.pdf    
_PUB_PreferencesPoor_EREH_17_2.pdf    
_PUB_WhatDoWeHaveInCommon_IRSH_57_Full.pdf    
A Tale of Two Commons.pdf    
De Moor - Inspiratie uit ons institutionele geheugen.pdf    
de Moor.pdf    
De Moor_Van Zanden.pdf    
ehr_426.pdf    
Girlpower_published EcHR.pdf    
IRSH 53-S16_De Moor.pdf    
IRSH 53-S16_Introduction.pdf    
Tine De Moor website.JPG    
zanden_en_moor-mensen_en_economie_in_de_gouden_eeuw.pdf    
Zuijderduijn and De Moor - The Art of Counting.pdf    
Created at 20-8-2008 11:23 by Luijt, M. van (Martin)
Last modified at 2-4-2014 21:21 by Weeren, R. van (René)
Department: De Moor, Tine