Sebastiaan Derks is Head of the Department of Digital Data Management at the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands. In this role, he directs a range of projects that focus on providing online resources and tools for humanities scholars.
He studied Early Modern History at the Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. His research interests lie in the political culture of sixteenth-century Europe, particularly the dynastic power structures in northern Italy. He has held fellowships at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome and at the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. He is currently writing a dissertation on the sovereignty and dynasticism of the Farnese dukes of Parma and Piacenza in the sixteenth century.
- Introduction: Repertoires of Access in Princely Courts
- Demo Netwerk Maritieme Bronnen
- Person Name Vocabulary
- Small Lives, Big Meanings. Expanding the Scope of Biographical Data through Entity Linkage and Disambiguation
- Methodologische vernieuwing en bronnenkritiek in het digitale tijdperk
- Inleiding Data Scopes
- From Handwritten Text to Structured Data: Alternatives to Editing Large Archival Series
- Le ricompense della guerra: giustificazione e rappresentazione di Alessandro Farnese nel Liber relationum di Paolo Rinaldi
- Ferrante Gonzaga: het individu en het systeem [Review of: G. Signorotto (2009) Ferrante Gonzaga. Il Mediterraneo, L’Impero (1507-1557). Atti del Convegno di studi, Guastalla, 5-6 ottobre 2007]
- Madama’s Minister: Tomás de Armenteros at the Court of Margarita of Austria
- Armenteros, Tomás de