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Gert Gielis (°1982) studeerde Moderne Geschiedenis aan de K.U.Leuven, aangevuld met een Master na Master Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Zijn verhandeling over inquisiteur-generaal Nicolaas Coppin werd bekroond met de Mgr. C. de Clercqprijs van de Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten (2007). Hij herwerkte deze verhandeling tot het boek 'Verdoelde schaepkens, bytende wolven. Inquisitie in de Lage Landen' (Leuven, 2009). Na zijn studies was Gert werkzaam bij het Leuvense universiteitsarchief en werkte hij bij het KADOC aan een studie en een tentoonstelling over 'Zevenjaarlijkse tradities in de Maas-Rijnregio', waarvan de resultaten in 2010 gepubliceerd worden. Sinds oktober 2009 bereidt hij als aspirant van het FWO Vlaanderen een doctoraat voor over de Leuvense theologische faculteit en haar rol in de ketterbestrijding en de katholieke hervorming in de 16e eeuw. Zijn interesses gaan dan ook uit naar de intellectuele, religieuze en politieke geschiedenis van de Nederlanden, inzonderheid de geschiedenis van inquisitie en ketterbestrijding.

Gert Gielis studied Modern History at Leuven University (2006). Subsequently he obtained a master's degree in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (2007). His master thesis on the Leuven theologian and general inquisitor Nicolas Coppin (ca. 1476-1535) was awarded the Mgr. Charles de Clercq-prize by the Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten. At KADOC (Documentation and Research centre for Religion, Culture and Society) Gert did research on septennial traditions in the Rhine-Meuse region, which resulted in the publication of 'Het zevende jaar. Zevenjaarlijkse feesten in de Maas-Rijnregio (Leuven, Peeters, 2010). Awarded a research grant by the Fonds voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Vlaanderen (Research Foundation Flanders), he currently prepares a doctoral dissertation on the contribution of theologians, most of whom were trained at Leuven university to the repression of heresy and the catholic reformation in the Netherlands (1540-1587). He has published several articles on inquisition, on the repression of heresy and on the reform of the bishoprics in the sixteenth-century Netherlands.

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