Kaat Cappelle

Contact

Kaat Cappelle
Contextual Research in Law (CORE)
Building B, room 4B323
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Pleinlaan 2
B-1050 Brussels
Belgium

Phone
secretary +32 2 629 2460
phone +32 2 629 14 95
fax +32 2 629 2662

Email
kaat.cappelle@vub.ac.be

Kaat Cappelle obtained a Master in law (Ghent University) and a Master of Arts in History (Ghent University).
She is currently working on a PhD-dissertation of the legal status of women in 16th Century Antwerp and Leuven, under the direction of Prof. dr. Dave De ruysscher.

The project Kaat is working on, is funded by the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO).

Publications

Cappelle Kaat (2017) Misdaad en straf in de achttiende-eeuwse kasselrij Ieper. Handelingen van het Genootschap voor Geschiedenis (1) 154(1): 55-98.

Cappelle Kaat (2017) The bargaining position of wives within marriage in sixteenth-century Antwerp. Unpublished paper 29 Jun 2017.

Cappelle Kaat (2017) ‘For better and for worse’. Wives, patriarchy and law in sixteenth-century Antwerp. Unpublished paper 27 May 2017.

Cappelle Kaat (2016) 'Creators of Property' in Antwerp in the 16th century? (Panel session: Economic Structures and Women's Investments in Emerging Proto-Capitalist Economies). Unpublished paper 2 Jun 2016.

Cappelle Kaat (2016) Huwelijkscontracten en testamenten in het zestiende-eeuwse Antwerpen: de onderhandelingspositie van de getrouwde vrouw. Unpublished paper 16 Dec 2016.

Cappelle Kaat (2016) Moord in de kasselrij Ieper in de achttiende eeuw. Westhoek (1) 32(1): 77-83.

Cappelle Kaat (2016) Urban law in sixteenth-century Antwerp: rethinking the legal position of married women. Unpublished paper 6 May 2016.

Cappelle Kaat (2016) Urban law, marriage contracts and wills in sixteenth-century Antwerp. Unpublished paper 18 Nov 2016.

Cappelle Kaat (2016) ‘In de macht, plicht en momboorije van heuren man’: De rechtspositie van de getrouwde vrouw in Antwerpen en Leuven (16de eeuw). Pro Memorie (1) 18(1): 48-68.

De Ruysscher Dave, Cappelle Kaat, Colette Maarten, Deseure Brecht, Van Assche Gorik (2015) Rechtsgeschiedenis op nieuwe wegen. Legal history, moving in new directions. Maklu. ▸ Abstract


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