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This is a preliminary bibliography of studies about various forms of memory in Early Modern societies. We have selected titles we found helpful in our own research on memories of the Dutch Revolt. Apart from some more general introductions to the subject, we have selected a number of case studies, including works that only in part consider early modern memory.

We will be happy to add other relevant publications, and hope to be able to present a more complete list of works in the future. If you want to alert us to new or existing titles please contact us on emm@hum.leidenuniv.nl.

For now, we have listed the titles under thematical and cultural regional categories: General; Memory and Historiography; Memory and Identity; Memory and Conflict; Personal Memories and Ego Documents; Memory and Material Culture; Ars Memoria; Local Memory; Memory and Migration. The regions we have included so far are Low Countries; British Isles; France; Holy Roman Empire; Central and Eastern Europe; Mediterranean Region; Scandinavia; North and South America.

General

Assmann, Aleida, Erinnerungsräume: Formen und Wandlungen des kulturellen Gedächtnisses (Munich 1999).
Brendecke, Arndt, Ralf Peter Fuchs and Edith Koller, Die Autorität der Zeit in der frühen Neuzeit (Münster 2007).
Burke, Peter, 'History as social memory', in: Thomas Butler ed., Memory. History, culture and the mind (Oxford, 1989).
Catterall, Douglas. “Drawing lives and memories from the everyday words of the early modern era.” In The sixteenth century journal : a journal for Renaissance and Reformation students and scholars, no. 3 (2005): 651-672.
Connerton, Paul, ‘Seven Types of Forgetting’, Memory Studies 1 (2008) 59-71.
Eekhout, Marianne, ‘Katholieke herinneringscultuur in ’s Hertogenbosch: 1579 en 1585’, Noord-Brabants Historisch Jaarboek 29 (2012) 81-97.
Fentress, James and Chris Wickham (ed.), Social memory. New perspectives on the past (Oxford 1992).
Ford, Alan, ‘Martyrdom, History and Memory in Early Modern Ireland’, in: Ian McBride (ed.), History and Memory in Modern Ireland (Cambridge 2001) 43-66. 
Haemers, Jelle, 'Social memory and rebellion in fifteenth-century Ghent', in: Social History, 36/4, pp. 443-463.
Harari, Yuval Noah, Renaissance Military Memoirs: War, History, and Identity, 1450-1600 (Woodbridge 2004). 
Kuhn, Christian, Generation als Grundbegriff einer historischen Geschichtskultur: die Nürnberger Tucher im langen 16. Jahrhundert (Göttingen 2010).
Kuijpers, Erika and Judith Pollmann, ‘Why remember terror? Memories of violence in the Dutch Revolt’ in Jane Ohlmeyer and Micheál O'Siochrú (eds.), Ireland 1641. Contexts and reactions (Manchester UP 2013), 176-196.
Kuijpers, Erika, ‘Between storytelling and patriotic scripture: the memory brokers of the Dutch Revolt’ in: Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller, Jasper van der Steen (eds.) Memory Before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe (Leiden/Boston Brill 2013)
Kuijpers, Erika, ‘The creation and development of social memories of traumatic events. The Oudewater Massacre of 1575’ in: Michael Linden and Krzysztof Rutkowski, (eds.) Hurting memories: remembering as a pathogenic process in individuals and societies (Elsevier 2013).
Langereis, Sandra, Breken met het verleden. Herinneren en vergeten op het Valkhof in de Bataafse revolutiejaren (Nijmegen 2011).
Lorcin, Patricia & Daniel Brewer (eds.), France and its Spaces of War. Experience, Memory, Image (New York 2009)
Matthew Neufeldt, Civil Wars after 1660. Public Remembering in late Stuart England (Suffolk 2013). 
Motzkin, Gabriel, 'Memoirs, Memory, and historical experience', in: Science in context 7 (1994/1), 103-119
Müller, Johannes, ‘Permeable memories. Family History and the Diaspora of Southern Netherlandish Exiles in the Seventeenth Century’, in: Judith Pollmann, Erika Kuijpers e.a. (eds.), Memory before Modernity. Memory Cultures in Early Modern Europe (Leiden 2013), 283-296
Pollmann, Judith and Brecht Deseure, ‘The experience of rupture and the history of memory’ in Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (eds.), Memory before modernity. Practices of memory in early modern Europe (Leiden and Boston, forthcoming november 2013), 315-330.
Pollmann, Judith and Carolina Lenarduzzi, ‘Inleiding’,  De zeventiende eeuw,  Themanummer Het Vaderlands Verleden in de Zeventiende eeuw 29/2 (forthcoming 2013).
Pollmann, Judith and Erika Kuijpers, ‘Introduction. On the early modernity of modern memory’ in Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (eds.), Memory before modernity. Practices of memory in early modern Europe (Leiden and Boston, forthcoming november 2013), 1-23.
Pollmann, Judith and Erika Kuijpers: ‘Introduction: On the early modernity of modern memory’ in: Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller, Jasper van der Steen (eds.) Memory Before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe (Leiden/Boston Brill 2013)
Pollmann, Judith and Monica Stensland, ‘Alba’s reputation in the early modern Low Countries’ in: M. Ebben, M. Lacy-Bruijn en R. van Hövell tot Westerflier (eds.) Alba. General and Servant to the Crown (Rotterdam 2013) 309-325.
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Memory before and after nationalism. A revision’ in: Composing Memory: National Memory, Identity and the Politics of Commemoration ed. Michael Böss (Aarhus University Press, forthcoming 2014).
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Met grootvaders bloed bezegeld. Het religieuze verleden in de zeventiende eeuw’, De zeventiende eeuw. Themanummer Het Vaderlands Verleden in de Zeventiende eeuw 29/2 (forthcoming 2013).
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Of living legends and authentic tales. How to get remembered in early modern Europe’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, sixth series 23 (forthcoming 2013), 103-125.
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Of living legends and authentic tales. How to get remembered in early modern Europe’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, sixth series 23 (forthcoming 2014).
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Wat te doen tegen de satellieten van satan?’ Transparant 23 (2) (2012) 17-21.
Pollmann, Judith, Erika Kuijpers, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (eds.), Memory before modernity. Practices of memory in early modern Europe (Leiden and Boston, forthcoming november 2013).
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Being a Catholic in early modern Europe’ in: Alexandra Bamji, Geert Janssen, Mary Laven (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation (Ashgate; Farnham 2013) 165-182.
Schiffman, Zachary, The Birth of the Past (Baltimore, MD 2011)
Sherlock, Peter, 'The Reformation of Memory in Early Modern Europe', in: Susannah Radstone and Bill Schwarz (ed.), Memory. Histories, Theories, Debates (New York 2010) 30-40.
Smith, Anthony D., Memory and Modernity: Reflections on Ernest Gellner's Theory of Nationalism (London 1995). 
Walsham, Alexandra, The Reformation of the Landscape: Religion, Identity, and Memory in Early Modern Britain and Ireland (Oxford 2011).
Whyte, Nicola, Inhabiting the Landscape: Place, Custom and Memory, 1500-1800 (Oxford 2009). 
Woolf, Daniel, The social circulation of the past: English historical culture, 1500-1730 (Oxford 2003).
Yates, Frances Amelia, The art of memory (London 1966).
Eekhout, Marianne, 'Celebrating a Trojan Horse. Memories of the Dutch Revolt in Breda, 1590-1650', in: Memory before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe, ed. Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (Brill forthcoming)

Memory and Historiography

Arnade, Peter, ‘Writing and Social Experience. Narratives of Urban Life in the Burgundian Netherlands’, in: L. Millis ea (ed.), Verhalende Bronnen. Repertoriering, Editie En Commercialisering (Gent, 1996) 95-118. 
Benz, Stefan, Zwischen Tradition und Kritik: katholische Geschichtsschreibung im barocken Heiligen Römischen Reich. (Husum 2003).
Berchtold, Jacques and Marie-Madeleine Fragonard (ed.), La Mémoire Des Guerres De Religion: La Concurrence Des Genres Historiques XVIe-XVIIIe Siècles (Paris 2007)
Bernstein, Hilary J., 'La Rochepozay, Ghost-Writer: Noble Genealogy, Historical Erudition and Political Engagement in Seventeenth-Century France, in: Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, vol. 37 (2009), 1-20.
Bernstein, Hilary J., 'Réseaux savants et choix documentaires de'l locale francaise. Écrire 'l histoire de Bourges de la seconde moitié du XVIIe siècle', in: Revue histoire urbaine 28 (2010/2).
Brendecke, Arndt, Ralf Peter Fuchs and Edith Koller, Die Autorität der Zeit in der frühen Neuzeit (Münster 2007).
Coulomb, Clarisse (ed.), Écrire l'histoire de la ville à l'époque moderne. Des villes de papier (Histoire Urbaine 28), Marne-la-Vallée (2010)
Ditchfield, Simon, ''Historia Magistra Sanctitatis'? The Relationship between Historiography and Hagiography in Italy after the Council of Trent (1564-1742 CA.)', in: Massimo Firpo (ed.), Nunc Alia Tempora, Alii Mores. Storici e storia in età postridentina (Florence 2007).
Esser, Raingard, The Politics of Memory. The Writing of Partition in the Seventeenth-Century Low Countries (Leiden 2011).
Fuchs, Thomas, Traditionsstiftung und Erinnerungspolitik: Geschichtsschreibung in Hessen in der frühen Neuzeit (Kassel 2002).
Johanek, Peter, Städtische Geschichtsschreibung im Spätmittelalter und in der frühen Neuzeit (Köln 2000).
Kerskens, Norbert, 'Geschichtsschreibung im Exil. Historiker und ihre Texte im Kontext erzwungener Migration', in: Joachim Bahlcke, Glaubensflüchtlinge: Ursachen, Formen und Auswirkungen frühneuzeitlicher Konfessionsmigration in Europa (Munster 2008) 27-59.
Kuijpers, Erika, ‘Between storytelling and patriotic scripture: the memory brokers of the Dutch Revolt’ in: Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller, Jasper van der Steen (eds.) Memory Before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe (Leiden/Boston Brill 2013)
Kümmel, J., 'Erinnern und vergessen in der Stadt. Überlegungen zu Formen spätmittelalterlicher Wahrnehmung anhand von Ansätzen volkssprachlicher Stadtgeschichtsschreibung in Nördlichen Frankreich', Saeculum 25 (1984) 225-245.
Pollmann, Judith and Brecht Deseure, ‘The experience of rupture and the history of memory’ in Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (eds.), Memory before modernity. Practices of memory in early modern Europe (Leiden and Boston, forthcoming november 2013), 315-330.
Rau, Susanne, Geschichte und Konfession. Städtische Geschichtsschreibung und Erinnerungskultur im Zeitalter von Reformation und Gegenreformation in Bremen, Breslau, Hamburg und Köln (Hamburg 2003).
Schiffman, Zachary, The Birth of the Past (Baltimore, MD 2011)
Schwyzer, Philip, Literature, Nationalism and Memory in Early Modern England and Wales (Cambridge 2004). 
Völkel, Markus, 'Wie man Kirchengeschichte schreiben soll. Struktur und Erzählung als konkurrierende Modelle der Kirchengeschichtsschreibung im konfessionellen Zeitalter', in: Arndt Brendecke (ed.), Die Autorität der Zeit in der Frühen Neuzeit (Berlin 2007).

Memory and Identity

Bernstein, Hilary J., 'La Rochepozay, Ghost-Writer: Noble Genealogy, Historical Erudition and Political Engagement in Seventeenth-Century France, in: Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, vol. 37 (2009), 1-20.
Boettcher, Susan, ‘Late 16th-Century Lutherans: A Community of Memory?’, in: Michael Halvorson and Karen E. Spierling (ed.), Defining Community in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot England 2008). 
Coulomb, Clarisse (ed.), Écrire l'histoire de la ville à l'époque moderne. Des villes de papier (Histoire Urbaine 28), Marne-la-Vallée (2010)
Cressy, David, ‘National Memory in Early Modern England’, in: John R. Gillis (ed.), Commemorations: The Politics of National Identity (Princeton 1994) 61-73. 
Cressy, David, Bonfires and bells: national memory and the Protestant calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England (London 1989).
Heal, Felicity, 'Appropriating History: Catholic and Protestant Polemics and the National Past', The Huntington Library Quarterly 68 (2005) 109-132.
Heal, Felicity, 'The Faith of our Forefathers? Elite Families and the Memory of Religious Identity in early modern England', in: Horst Carl and Martin Wrede (ed.), Zwischen Schande und Ehre. Erinnerungsbräuche und die Kontinuität des Hauses (Mainz 2007).
Hindle, Steve, ‘Beating the Bounds of the Parish: Order, Memory, and Identity in the English Local Community, 1500–1700’, in: Michael Halvorson and Karen E. Spierling (ed.), Defining Community in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2008) 205-28. 
Kelly, James, ''The Glorious and Immortal Memory': Commemoration and Protestant Identity in Ireland 1660-1800', Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (1994) 25-52. 
Lougee, Caroline Chappell, ‘Emigration and Memory After 1685 and After 1789’, in: Egodocuments and History. Autobiographical Writing in Its Social Context Since the Middle Ages (Hilversum 2002) 89-106.
Matthew Neufeldt, Civil Wars after 1660. Public Remembering in late Stuart England (Suffolk 2013). 
Morgan, Victor, ‘The Construction of Civic Memory in Early Modern Norwich’, in: Jeremy Aynsley, Christopher Breward and Marius Kwint (ed.), Material Memories (Oxford 1999) 183-97. 
Motzkin, Gabriel, 'Memoirs, Memory, and historical experience', in: Science in context 7 (1994/1), 103-119
Müller, Johannes, ‘Permeable memories. Family History and the Diaspora of Southern Netherlandish Exiles in the Seventeenth Century’, in: Judith Pollmann, Erika Kuijpers e.a. (eds.), Memory before Modernity. Memory Cultures in Early Modern Europe (Leiden 2013), 283-296
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Being a Catholic in early modern Europe’ in: Alexandra Bamji, Geert Janssen, Mary Laven (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation (Ashgate; Farnham 2013) 165-182.
Pollmann, Judith,'Een ‘blij-eindend’ treurspel. Herinneringen aan het beleg van Leiden, 1574-2011', in: H. van Amersfoort et al (eds.) Belaagd en belegerd (Balans, Amsterdam, 2011), 118-145.
Ross, Richard J, ‘The Memorial Culture of Early Modern English Lawyers: Memory as Keyword, Shelter and Identity, 1560-1640’, Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities 10 (1998) 229-326. 
Ruymbeke, Bertrand van and Randy Sparks, Memory and Identity: The Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora. (Columbia SC 2003).
Seed, John, ‘History and Narrative Identity: Religious Dissent and the Politics of Memory in Eighteenth-Century England’, Journal of British Studies 44 (2005) 46-63. 
Tittler, Robert, ‘Henry Manship: Constructing the Civic Memory in Great  Yarmouth’, in: Robert Tittler (ed.), Townspeople and Nation: English Urban Experiences, 1540-1640 (Stanford (CA) 2001). 
Eekhout, Marianne, 'Celebrating a Trojan Horse. Memories of the Dutch Revolt in Breda, 1590-1650', in: Memory before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe, ed. Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (Brill forthcoming)
Trim, David (ed.), The Huguenots: History and Memory in Transnational Context: Essays in Honour and Memory of Walter C. Utt (Leiden 2011).

Memory and Conflict

Benedict, Philip, ‘Divided Memories? Historical Calendars, Commemorative Processions and the Recollection of the Wars of Religion During the Ancien Regime’, French History 22 (2008) 381-405. 
Chapman, Alison A, ‘Whose Saint Crispin's Day Is It? Shoemaking, Holiday Making, and the Politics of Memory in Early Modern England’, Renaissance Quarterly, 54 (2001). 
Cilleßen, Wolfgang, 'Der Spiegel der jeugd: Ein Kinderbuch als Medium der Geschichtserinnerung in den Niederlanden (1614-1813)', in: Wolfgang Cilleßen and Hans Peterse (ed.), Süß scheint der krieg den Unerfahrenen: Das Bild vom Krieg und die Utopie des Friedens in der Frühen Neuzeit (Göttingen 2004) 51-134.
Cilleßen, Wolfgang, 'Massaker in der niederländischen Erinnerungskultur: Die Bildwerdung der Schwarzen Legende', in: Wolfgang Cilleßen and Christine Vogel (ed.), Bilder des Schreckens: die mediale Inszenierung von Massakern seit dem 16. Jahrhundert (Frankfurt 2006) 93-135.
Cohen, Thomas, ‘Social Memory as Festive Therapy and Village Politics’, Histoire Sociale, 29 (1996) 291-309.
Diefendorf, Barbara, ‘Waging Peace: Memory, Identity, and the Edict of Nantes’, in: Kathleen Perry Long (ed.), Religious Differences in France (Kirksville MO 2006) 19-49. 
Donagan, Barbara, ‘Myth, Memory and Martyrdom: Colchester 1648’, Essex Archaeology & History 34 (2004) 172-80. 
Duchhardt, Heinz, 'Münster und der Westfälische Friede. Kollektives Gedächtnis und Erinnerungskultur im Wandel der Zeiten' Historische Zeitschrift 26 (1998) 853-863.
Ford, Alan, ‘Martyrdom, History and Memory in Early Modern Ireland’, in: Ian McBride (ed.), History and Memory in Modern Ireland (Cambridge 2001) 43-66. 
Greenberg, Janelle Renfrow and Laura Marin, ‘Politics and Memory: Sharnborn's Case and the Role of the Norman Conquest in Stuart Political Thought’, in: Howard Nenner (ed.), Politics and the Political Imagination in Later Stuart Britain: Essays Presented to Lois Green Schwoerer (Rochester 1998) 121-42. 
Haemers, Jelle, 'Social memory and rebellion in fifteenth-century Ghent', in: Social History, 36/4, pp. 443-463.
Joutard, Philippe, La légende des Camisards: une sensibilité au passé (Paris 1977).
Koopmans, Joop W., 'Spanish Tyranny and Bloody Placards: Historical Commonplace in the Struggle Between Dutch Patriots and Orangists around 1780?', in: J.W. Koopmans and N.H. Petersen, eds., Commonplace Culture in Western Europe in the Early Modern Period III: Legitimation of Authority (Leuven: Peeters, 2011.
Kuijpers, Erika and Judith Pollmann, ‘Why remember terror? Memories of violence in the Dutch Revolt’ in Jane Ohlmeyer and Micheál O'Siochrú (eds.), Ireland 1641. Contexts and reactions (Manchester UP 2013), 176-196.
Lorcin, Patricia & Daniel Brewer (eds.), France and its Spaces of War. Experience, Memory, Image (New York 2009)
Louthan, Howard, Converting Bohemia: Force and Persuasion in the Catholic Reformation (New York 2009).
Margolf, Diane, ‘Adjudicating Memory: Law and Religious Difference in Early Seventeenth-Century France’, The Sixteenth Century Journal 27 (1996) 399. 
Matthew Neufeldt, Civil Wars after 1660. Public Remembering in late Stuart England (Suffolk 2013). 
Osipian, Alexandr, The Lasting Echo of the Battle of Grunwald: the Uses of the Past in the Trials between the Armenian Community of Lemberg and the Catholic Patricians in 1578–1631, Russian History 38 (2011) 243–280.
Pollmann, Judith and Erika Kuijpers, ‘Why remember terror? Memories of violence in the Dutch Revolt’, in Jane Ohlmeyer and Micheál O'Siochrú (eds.), Plantation and Reaction. The 1641 rebellion  in context  (Manchester UP, submitted).
Pollmann, Judith, 'Herdenken, herinneren, vergeten. Het beleg en ontzet van Leiden in de Gouden Eeuw', 3 oktoberlezing 2008 (Primavera Pers, Leiden 2008)
Seed, John, ‘History and Narrative Identity: Religious Dissent and the Politics of Memory in Eighteenth-Century England’, Journal of British Studies 44 (2005) 46-63. 
Stegmann, Annegret, 'Sozialsystemische Institutionalisierung als Verpflichtung. Strassenballaden und Predigten zwischen muendlicher und schriftlicher Erinnerung an Charles I', in: Astrid Erll and Ansgar Nuenning (ed.),  Medien des kollektiven Gedächtnisses: Konstruktivität, Historizität, Kulturspezifität (Berlin 2004)
Stoyle, Mark, 'Remembering the English Civil Wars', in: Peter Gray and Oliver Kendrick (ed.), The memory of catastrophe (Manchester 2004) 19-30.
Tait, Clodagh, ‘Colonising Memory: Manipulations of Death, Burial and Commemoration in the Career of Richard Boyle, First Earl of Cork (1566-1643)’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (2001). 
Wood, Andy, ‘The Place of Custom in Plebeian Political Culture: England, 1550-1800’, Social History 22 (1997).
Worden, Blair, Roundhead reputations. The English civil wars and the passions of posterity (London 2001).

Personal Memories and Ego Documents

Arnold, Klaus, Das dargestellte Ich: Studien zu Selbstzeugnissen des späteren Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit (Bochum 1999).
Catterall, Douglas. “Drawing lives and memories from the everyday words of the early modern era.” In The sixteenth century journal : a journal for Renaissance and Reformation students and scholars, no. 3 (2005): 651-672.
Chedgzoy, Kate, Women's Writing in the British Atlantic World: Memory, Place and History, 1550-1700 (Cambridge 2007). 
Engel, William E, Mapping Mortality: The Persistence of Memory and Melancholy in Early Modern England (Amherst (MA) 1994). 
Fuchs, Ralf-Peter, 'Erinnerungsschichten: Zur Bedeutung der Vergangenheit für den "gemeinen Mann" der Frühen Neuzeit', in: Ralf-Peter Fuchs and Winfried Schulze (ed.), Wahrheit, Wissen, Erinnerung: Zeugenverhörprotokolle als Quellen für soziale Wissensbestände in der frühen Neuzeit (Münster 2002) 89-154.
Greyerz, Kaspar, Selbstzeugnisse in der Frühen Neuzeit: Individualisierungsweisen in interdisziplinärer Perspektive (Munchen 2007).
Greyerz, Kaspar, Hans Medick and Patrice Veit (ed.), Von der dargestellten Person zum erinnerten Ich: Europäische Selbstzeugnisse als historische Quellen (1500-1850) (Koln 2001).
Harari, Yuval Noah, Renaissance Military Memoirs: War, History, and Identity, 1450-1600 (Woodbridge 2004). 
Helt, J. S. W., ‘Women, Memory and Will-Making in Elizabethan England’, in: Peter Marshall and Bruce Gordon (ed.), The Place of the Dead : Death and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Cambridge 2000) 188-205. 
Jancke, Gabriele, Autobiographie Als Soziale Praxis: Beziehungskonzepte in Selbstzeugnissen Des 15. Und 16. Jahrhunderts Im Deutschsprachigen Raum (Köln 2002). 
Lougee, Caroline Chappell, ‘Emigration and Memory After 1685 and After 1789’, in: Egodocuments and History. Autobiographical Writing in Its Social Context Since the Middle Ages (Hilversum 2002) 89-106.
Mc Glynn, Margaret, ‘Memory, Orality, and Life Records: Proofs of Age in Tudor England’, Sixteenth Century Journal 40 (2009) 679-97.
Motzkin, Gabriel, 'Memoirs, Memory, and historical experience', in: Science in context 7 (1994/1), 103-119
Müller, Johannes, ‘Permeable memories. Family History and the Diaspora of Southern Netherlandish Exiles in the Seventeenth Century’, in: Judith Pollmann, Erika Kuijpers e.a. (eds.), Memory before Modernity. Memory Cultures in Early Modern Europe (Leiden 2013), 283-296
Pollmann, Judith and Erika Kuijpers, ‘Why remember terror? Memories of violence in the Dutch Revolt’, in Jane Ohlmeyer and Micheál O'Siochrú (eds.), Plantation and Reaction. The 1641 rebellion  in context  (Manchester UP, submitted).
Richards, Judith, ‘Public Identity and Public Memory: Case Studies of Two Tudor Women’, in: Susan Broomhall and Stephanie Tarbin (ed.), Women, Identities and Communities in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2008) 195-210. 
Tonkin, Elizabeth, Narrating Our Pasts: The Social Construction of Oral History (Cambridge 1992).

Memory and Material Culture

Ciappelli, Giovanni and Patricia Lee Rubin, Art, Memory, and Family in Renaissance Florence (Cambridge 2000). 
Cilleßen, Wolfgang, 'Massaker in der niederländischen Erinnerungskultur: Die Bildwerdung der Schwarzen Legende', in: Wolfgang Cilleßen and Christine Vogel (ed.), Bilder des Schreckens: die mediale Inszenierung von Massakern seit dem 16. Jahrhundert (Frankfurt 2006) 93-135.
Curd, Bryan, ‘Constructing Family Memory: Three English Funeral Monuments of the Early Modern Period’, in: Diane Wolfthal and Rosalynn Voaden (ed.), Framing the Family: Narrative and Representation in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods (Tempe (AZ) 2005) 273-92. 
Eekhout, Marianne, 'De kogel in de kerk. Herinneringen aan het beleg van Haarlem, 1573-1630', Historisch Tijdschrift Holland  43 (2011) 108-119.
Eekhout, Marianne, 'Herinnering in beeld. Relieken van Leids ontzet', Leids Jaarboekje, 103 (2011) 33-47.
Engel, William E, Mapping Mortality: The Persistence of Memory and Melancholy in Early Modern England (Amherst (MA) 1994). 
Levy, Allison, Re-Membering Masculinity in Early Modern Florence: Widowed Bodies, Mourning and Portraiture (Aldershot 2006).
Levy, Allison, ed. Widowhood and Visual Culture in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2003).
Marchante-Aragon, Lucas, ‘Temples of Dynastic Memory in the Seventeenth Century: Valladolid and London’, Viator 36 (2005) 603-24. 
Morgan, Victor, ‘The Construction of Civic Memory in Early Modern Norwich’, in: Jeremy Aynsley, Christopher Breward and Marius Kwint (ed.), Material Memories (Oxford 1999) 183-97. 
Sherlock, Peter, Monuments and memory in early modern England (Aldershot 2008).
Sherlock, Peter, 'The monuments of Elizabeth Tudor and Mary Stuart: King James and the manipulation of memory', Journal of British studies 46 (2007) 263-289.
Walsham, Alexandra (ed.), Relics and Remains (Oxford 2010). 
Walsham, Alexandra, The Reformation of the Landscape: Religion, Identity, and Memory in Early Modern Britain and Ireland (Oxford 2011).
Zajic, Andreas, 'Zu ewiger gedächtnis aufgericht': Grabdenkmäler als Quelle für Memoria und Repräsentation von Adel und Bürgertum im Spätmittelalter und in der frühen Neuzeit; das Beispiel Niederösterreichs (Wien; München 2004).
Eekhout, Marianne, 'Celebrating a Trojan Horse. Memories of the Dutch Revolt in Breda, 1590-1650', in: Memory before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe, ed. Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (Brill forthcoming)

Ars Memoria

Carruthers, Mary, The Book of Memory: A Study of Memory in Medieval Culture (New York 1990).
Carruthers, Mary, 'Ars oblivisionis, ars invenienda: The Cherub Figure and the Arts of Memory', Gesta 48 (2009) 1-19.
Carruthers, Mary, 'How to Make a Composition: Memory-Craft in antiquity and the Middle Ages', in: Susannah Radstone and Bill Schwarz (ed.), Memory. Histories, Theories, Debates (New York 2010) 15-29.
Carruthers, Mary, 'Mechanisms for the transmission of culture: the role of ‘place’ in the arts of memory', in:  In: Laura Hollengreen (ed.), Translatio, the Transmission of Culture in the Middle Ages (Turnhout 2008) 1-26.
Lewis, Rhodri, ‘"The Best Mnemonicall Expedient" : John Beale's Art of Memory and Its Uses’, Seventeenth Century 20 (2005) 113-44. 
Yates, Frances Amelia, The art of memory (London 1966).

Local Memory

Allain, Thierry, ‘Zonder magt en adsistentie van buiten’
De viering van de opstand van Enkhuizen tegen de Spanjaarden in 1772, De achttiende eeuw 36 (2004) 42-49.
Bernstein, Hilary J., Between Crown and Community. Politics and Civic Culture in Seventeenth-Century Poitiers (Ithaca 2004).
Bernstein, Hilary J., 'Réseaux savants et choix documentaires de'l locale francaise. Écrire 'l histoire de Bourges de la seconde moitié du XVIIe siècle', in: Revue histoire urbaine 28 (2010/2).
Cohen, Thomas, ‘Social Memory as Festive Therapy and Village Politics’, Histoire Sociale, 29 (1996) 291-309.
Eekhout, Marianne, ‘Katholieke herinneringscultuur in ’s Hertogenbosch: 1579 en 1585’, Noord-Brabants Historisch Jaarboek 29 (2012) 81-97.
Esser, Raingard, The Politics of Memory. The Writing of Partition in the Seventeenth-Century Low Countries (Leiden 2011).
Haemers, Jelle, 'Social memory and rebellion in fifteenth-century Ghent', in: Social History, 36/4, pp. 443-463.
Johanek, Peter, Städtische Geschichtsschreibung im Spätmittelalter und in der frühen Neuzeit (Köln 2000).
Kuijpers, Erika, ‘The creation and development of social memories of traumatic events. The Oudewater Massacre of 1575’ in: Michael Linden and Krzysztof Rutkowski, (eds.) Hurting memories: remembering as a pathogenic process in individuals and societies (Elsevier 2013).
Kümmel, J., 'Erinnern und vergessen in der Stadt. Überlegungen zu Formen spätmittelalterlicher Wahrnehmung anhand von Ansätzen volkssprachlicher Stadtgeschichtsschreibung in Nördlichen Frankreich', Saeculum 25 (1984) 225-245.
Lorcin, Patricia & Daniel Brewer (eds.), France and its Spaces of War. Experience, Memory, Image (New York 2009)
Pollmann, Judith, 'Herdenken, herinneren, vergeten. Het beleg en ontzet van Leiden in de Gouden Eeuw', 3 oktoberlezing 2008 (Primavera Pers, Leiden 2008)
Pollmann, Judith,'Een ‘blij-eindend’ treurspel. Herinneringen aan het beleg van Leiden, 1574-2011', in: H. van Amersfoort et al (eds.) Belaagd en belegerd (Balans, Amsterdam, 2011), 118-145.
Rau, Susanne, Geschichte und Konfession. Städtische Geschichtsschreibung und Erinnerungskultur im Zeitalter von Reformation und Gegenreformation in Bremen, Breslau, Hamburg und Köln (Hamburg 2003).
Tittler, Robert, ‘Henry Manship: Constructing the Civic Memory in Great  Yarmouth’, in: Robert Tittler (ed.), Townspeople and Nation: English Urban Experiences, 1540-1640 (Stanford (CA) 2001). 
Tittler, Robert, 'Reformation, civic culture and collective memory in English provincial towns', in: Urban History 24 (1997) 283-300.
Whyte, Nicola, Inhabiting the Landscape: Place, Custom and Memory, 1500-1800 (Oxford 2009). 
Eekhout, Marianne, 'Celebrating a Trojan Horse. Memories of the Dutch Revolt in Breda, 1590-1650', in: Memory before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe, ed. Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (Brill forthcoming)

Memory and Migration

Kerskens, Norbert, 'Geschichtsschreibung im Exil. Historiker und ihre Texte im Kontext erzwungener Migration', in: Joachim Bahlcke, Glaubensflüchtlinge: Ursachen, Formen und Auswirkungen frühneuzeitlicher Konfessionsmigration in Europa (Munster 2008) 27-59.
Lougee, Caroline Chappell, ‘Emigration and Memory After 1685 and After 1789’, in: Egodocuments and History. Autobiographical Writing in Its Social Context Since the Middle Ages (Hilversum 2002) 89-106.
Müller, Johannes, ‘Permeable memories. Family History and the Diaspora of Southern Netherlandish Exiles in the Seventeenth Century’, in: Judith Pollmann, Erika Kuijpers e.a. (eds.), Memory before Modernity. Memory Cultures in Early Modern Europe (Leiden 2013), 283-296
Ruymbeke, Bertrand van and Randy Sparks, Memory and Identity: The Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora. (Columbia SC 2003).
Trim, David (ed.), The Huguenots: History and Memory in Transnational Context: Essays in Honour and Memory of Walter C. Utt (Leiden 2011).

Low Countries

Allain, Thierry, ‘Zonder magt en adsistentie van buiten’
De viering van de opstand van Enkhuizen tegen de Spanjaarden in 1772, De achttiende eeuw 36 (2004) 42-49.
Arnade, Peter, ‘Writing and Social Experience. Narratives of Urban Life in the Burgundian Netherlands’, in: L. Millis ea (ed.), Verhalende Bronnen. Repertoriering, Editie En Commercialisering (Gent, 1996) 95-118. 
Cilleßen, Wolfgang, 'Der Spiegel der jeugd: Ein Kinderbuch als Medium der Geschichtserinnerung in den Niederlanden (1614-1813)', in: Wolfgang Cilleßen and Hans Peterse (ed.), Süß scheint der krieg den Unerfahrenen: Das Bild vom Krieg und die Utopie des Friedens in der Frühen Neuzeit (Göttingen 2004) 51-134.
Cilleßen, Wolfgang, 'Massaker in der niederländischen Erinnerungskultur: Die Bildwerdung der Schwarzen Legende', in: Wolfgang Cilleßen and Christine Vogel (ed.), Bilder des Schreckens: die mediale Inszenierung von Massakern seit dem 16. Jahrhundert (Frankfurt 2006) 93-135.
Eekhout, Marianne, ‘Katholieke herinneringscultuur in ’s Hertogenbosch: 1579 en 1585’, Noord-Brabants Historisch Jaarboek 29 (2012) 81-97.
Eekhout, Marianne, 'De kogel in de kerk. Herinneringen aan het beleg van Haarlem, 1573-1630', Historisch Tijdschrift Holland  43 (2011) 108-119.
Eekhout, Marianne, 'Herinnering in beeld. Relieken van Leids ontzet', Leids Jaarboekje, 103 (2011) 33-47.
Esser, Raingard, The Politics of Memory. The Writing of Partition in the Seventeenth-Century Low Countries (Leiden 2011).
Haemers, Jelle, 'Social memory and rebellion in fifteenth-century Ghent', in: Social History, 36/4, pp. 443-463.
Kuijpers, Erika and Judith Pollmann, ‘Why remember terror? Memories of violence in the Dutch Revolt’ in Jane Ohlmeyer and Micheál O'Siochrú (eds.), Ireland 1641. Contexts and reactions (Manchester UP 2013), 176-196.
Kuijpers, Erika, ‘Between storytelling and patriotic scripture: the memory brokers of the Dutch Revolt’ in: Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller, Jasper van der Steen (eds.) Memory Before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe (Leiden/Boston Brill 2013)
Kuijpers, Erika, ‘The creation and development of social memories of traumatic events. The Oudewater Massacre of 1575’ in: Michael Linden and Krzysztof Rutkowski, (eds.) Hurting memories: remembering as a pathogenic process in individuals and societies (Elsevier 2013).
Langereis, Sandra, Breken met het verleden. Herinneren en vergeten op het Valkhof in de Bataafse revolutiejaren (Nijmegen 2011).
Müller, Johannes, ‘Permeable memories. Family History and the Diaspora of Southern Netherlandish Exiles in the Seventeenth Century’, in: Judith Pollmann, Erika Kuijpers e.a. (eds.), Memory before Modernity. Memory Cultures in Early Modern Europe (Leiden 2013), 283-296
Pollmann, Judith and Erika Kuijpers, ‘Why remember terror? Memories of violence in the Dutch Revolt’, in Jane Ohlmeyer and Micheál O'Siochrú (eds.), Plantation and Reaction. The 1641 rebellion  in context  (Manchester UP, submitted).
Pollmann, Judith and Monica Stensland, ‘Alba’s reputation in the early modern Low Countries’ in: M. Ebben, M. Lacy-Bruijn en R. van Hövell tot Westerflier (eds.) Alba. General and Servant to the Crown (Rotterdam 2013) 309-325.
Pollmann, Judith,  ‘Burying the dead, reliving the past. Ritual, resentment and sacred space in the Dutch Republic’ in Catholic communities in Protestant States. Britain and the Netherlands, c. 1570-1720 ed. R. Moore, H. van Nierop, B. Kaplan, J. Pollmann (Manchester UP, 2009), pp. 84-102.
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Of living legends and authentic tales. How to get remembered in early modern Europe’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, sixth series 23 (forthcoming 2014).
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Wat te doen tegen de satellieten van satan?’ Transparant 23 (2) (2012) 17-21.
Pollmann, Judith, 'Herdenken, herinneren, vergeten. Het beleg en ontzet van Leiden in de Gouden Eeuw', 3 oktoberlezing 2008 (Primavera Pers, Leiden 2008)
Pollmann, Judith, ‘Being a Catholic in early modern Europe’ in: Alexandra Bamji, Geert Janssen, Mary Laven (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation (Ashgate; Farnham 2013) 165-182.
Pollmann, Judith,'Een ‘blij-eindend’ treurspel. Herinneringen aan het beleg van Leiden, 1574-2011', in: H. van Amersfoort et al (eds.) Belaagd en belegerd (Balans, Amsterdam, 2011), 118-145.
Eekhout, Marianne, 'Celebrating a Trojan Horse. Memories of the Dutch Revolt in Breda, 1590-1650', in: Memory before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe, ed. Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen (Brill forthcoming)

British Isles

Chapman, Alison A, ‘Whose Saint Crispin's Day Is It? Shoemaking, Holiday Making, and the Politics of Memory in Early Modern England’, Renaissance Quarterly, 54 (2001). 
Chedgzoy, Kate, Women's Writing in the British Atlantic World: Memory, Place and History, 1550-1700 (Cambridge 2007). 
Cressy, David, ‘National Memory in Early Modern England’, in: John R. Gillis (ed.), Commemorations: The Politics of National Identity (Princeton 1994) 61-73. 
Cressy, David, Bonfires and bells: national memory and the Protestant calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England (London 1989).
Curd, Bryan, ‘Constructing Family Memory: Three English Funeral Monuments of the Early Modern Period’, in: Diane Wolfthal and Rosalynn Voaden (ed.), Framing the Family: Narrative and Representation in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods (Tempe (AZ) 2005) 273-92. 
Donagan, Barbara, ‘Myth, Memory and Martyrdom: Colchester 1648’, Essex Archaeology & History 34 (2004) 172-80. 
Engel, William E, Mapping Mortality: The Persistence of Memory and Melancholy in Early Modern England (Amherst (MA) 1994). 
Ford, Alan, ‘Martyrdom, History and Memory in Early Modern Ireland’, in: Ian McBride (ed.), History and Memory in Modern Ireland (Cambridge 2001) 43-66. 
Fox, Adam, ‘Custom, Memory and the Authority of Writing’, in: Paul Griffiths and Adam Fox (ed.), The Experience of Authority in Early Modern England (Basingstoke 1996) 89-116. 
Fox, Adam, 'Remembering the past in early modern England; oral and written tradition', Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 9 (1999) 233-256.
Greenberg, Janelle Renfrow and Laura Marin, ‘Politics and Memory: Sharnborn's Case and the Role of the Norman Conquest in Stuart Political Thought’, in: Howard Nenner (ed.), Politics and the Political Imagination in Later Stuart Britain: Essays Presented to Lois Green Schwoerer (Rochester 1998) 121-42. 
Heal, Felicity, 'The Faith of our Forefathers? Elite Families and the Memory of Religious Identity in early modern England', in: Horst Carl and Martin Wrede (ed.), Zwischen Schande und Ehre. Erinnerungsbräuche und die Kontinuität des Hauses (Mainz 2007).
Helt, J. S. W., ‘Women, Memory and Will-Making in Elizabethan England’, in: Peter Marshall and Bruce Gordon (ed.), The Place of the Dead : Death and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Cambridge 2000) 188-205. 
Hindle, Steve, ‘Beating the Bounds of the Parish: Order, Memory, and Identity in the English Local Community, 1500–1700’, in: Michael Halvorson and Karen E. Spierling (ed.), Defining Community in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2008) 205-28. 
Kelly, James, ''The Glorious and Immortal Memory': Commemoration and Protestant Identity in Ireland 1660-1800', Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (1994) 25-52. 
Levy, Allison, ed. Widowhood and Visual Culture in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2003).
Lewis, Rhodri, ‘"The Best Mnemonicall Expedient" : John Beale's Art of Memory and Its Uses’, Seventeenth Century 20 (2005) 113-44. 
Marchante-Aragon, Lucas, ‘Temples of Dynastic Memory in the Seventeenth Century: Valladolid and London’, Viator 36 (2005) 603-24. 
Matthew Neufeldt, Civil Wars after 1660. Public Remembering in late Stuart England (Suffolk 2013). 
Mc Glynn, Margaret, ‘Memory, Orality, and Life Records: Proofs of Age in Tudor England’, Sixteenth Century Journal 40 (2009) 679-97.
Morgan, Victor, ‘The Construction of Civic Memory in Early Modern Norwich’, in: Jeremy Aynsley, Christopher Breward and Marius Kwint (ed.), Material Memories (Oxford 1999) 183-97. 
Müller, Johannes, ‘Permeable memories. Family History and the Diaspora of Southern Netherlandish Exiles in the Seventeenth Century’, in: Judith Pollmann, Erika Kuijpers e.a. (eds.), Memory before Modernity. Memory Cultures in Early Modern Europe (Leiden 2013), 283-296
Richards, Judith, ‘Public Identity and Public Memory: Case Studies of Two Tudor Women’, in: Susan Broomhall and Stephanie Tarbin (ed.), Women, Identities and Communities in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2008) 195-210. 
Ross, Richard J, ‘The Memorial Culture of Early Modern English Lawyers: Memory as Keyword, Shelter and Identity, 1560-1640’, Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities 10 (1998) 229-326. 
Schwyzer, Philip, Literature, Nationalism and Memory in Early Modern England and Wales (Cambridge 2004). 
Seed, John, ‘History and Narrative Identity: Religious Dissent and the Politics of Memory in Eighteenth-Century England’, Journal of British Studies 44 (2005) 46-63. 
Sherlock, Peter, Monuments and memory in early modern England (Aldershot 2008).
Sherlock, Peter, 'The monuments of Elizabeth Tudor and Mary Stuart: King James and the manipulation of memory', Journal of British studies 46 (2007) 263-289.
Stegmann, Annegret, 'Sozialsystemische Institutionalisierung als Verpflichtung. Strassenballaden und Predigten zwischen muendlicher und schriftlicher Erinnerung an Charles I', in: Astrid Erll and Ansgar Nuenning (ed.),  Medien des kollektiven Gedächtnisses: Konstruktivität, Historizität, Kulturspezifität (Berlin 2004)
Stoyle, Mark, 'Remembering the English Civil Wars', in: Peter Gray and Oliver Kendrick (ed.), The memory of catastrophe (Manchester 2004) 19-30.
Tait, Clodagh, ‘Colonising Memory: Manipulations of Death, Burial and Commemoration in the Career of Richard Boyle, First Earl of Cork (1566-1643)’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (2001). 
Tittler, Robert, ‘Henry Manship: Constructing the Civic Memory in Great  Yarmouth’, in: Robert Tittler (ed.), Townspeople and Nation: English Urban Experiences, 1540-1640 (Stanford (CA) 2001). 
Tittler, Robert, 'Reformation, civic culture and collective memory in English provincial towns', in: Urban History 24 (1997) 283-300.
Walsham, Alexandra (ed.), Relics and Remains (Oxford 2010). 
Walsham, Alexandra, The Reformation of the Landscape: Religion, Identity, and Memory in Early Modern Britain and Ireland (Oxford 2011).
Wood, Andy, ‘The Place of Custom in Plebeian Political Culture: England, 1550-1800’, Social History 22 (1997).
Woolf, Daniel, The social circulation of the past: English historical culture, 1500-1730 (Oxford 2003).
Worden, Blair, Roundhead reputations. The English civil wars and the passions of posterity (London 2001).

France

Benedict, Philip, ‘Divided Memories? Historical Calendars, Commemorative Processions and the Recollection of the Wars of Religion During the Ancien Regime’, French History 22 (2008) 381-405. 
Berchtold, Jacques and Marie-Madeleine Fragonard (ed.), La Mémoire Des Guerres De Religion: La Concurrence Des Genres Historiques XVIe-XVIIIe Siècles (Paris 2007)
Bernstein, Hilary J., Between Crown and Community. Politics and Civic Culture in Seventeenth-Century Poitiers (Ithaca 2004).
Bernstein, Hilary J., 'La Rochepozay, Ghost-Writer: Noble Genealogy, Historical Erudition and Political Engagement in Seventeenth-Century France, in: Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, vol. 37 (2009), 1-20.
Bernstein, Hilary J., 'Réseaux savants et choix documentaires de'l locale francaise. Écrire 'l histoire de Bourges de la seconde moitié du XVIIe siècle', in: Revue histoire urbaine 28 (2010/2).
Coulomb, Clarisse (ed.), Écrire l'histoire de la ville à l'époque moderne. Des villes de papier (Histoire Urbaine 28), Marne-la-Vallée (2010)
Diefendorf, Barbara, ‘Waging Peace: Memory, Identity, and the Edict of Nantes’, in: Kathleen Perry Long (ed.), Religious Differences in France (Kirksville MO 2006) 19-49. 
Joutard, Philippe, La légende des Camisards: une sensibilité au passé (Paris 1977).
Kümmel, J., 'Erinnern und vergessen in der Stadt. Überlegungen zu Formen spätmittelalterlicher Wahrnehmung anhand von Ansätzen volkssprachlicher Stadtgeschichtsschreibung in Nördlichen Frankreich', Saeculum 25 (1984) 225-245.
Levy, Allison, ed. Widowhood and Visual Culture in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2003).
Lorcin, Patricia & Daniel Brewer (eds.), France and its Spaces of War. Experience, Memory, Image (New York 2009)
Margolf, Diane, ‘Adjudicating Memory: Law and Religious Difference in Early Seventeenth-Century France’, The Sixteenth Century Journal 27 (1996) 399. 
Ruymbeke, Bertrand van and Randy Sparks, Memory and Identity: The Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora. (Columbia SC 2003).
Trim, David (ed.), The Huguenots: History and Memory in Transnational Context: Essays in Honour and Memory of Walter C. Utt (Leiden 2011).

Holy Roman Empire/ Central and Eastern Europe

Benz, Stefan, Zwischen Tradition und Kritik: katholische Geschichtsschreibung im barocken Heiligen Römischen Reich. (Husum 2003).
Boettcher, Susan, ‘Late 16th-Century Lutherans: A Community of Memory?’, in: Michael Halvorson and Karen E. Spierling (ed.), Defining Community in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot England 2008). 
Duchhardt, Heinz, 'Münster und der Westfälische Friede. Kollektives Gedächtnis und Erinnerungskultur im Wandel der Zeiten' Historische Zeitschrift 26 (1998) 853-863.
Fuchs, Ralf-Peter, 'Erinnerungsschichten: Zur Bedeutung der Vergangenheit für den "gemeinen Mann" der Frühen Neuzeit', in: Ralf-Peter Fuchs and Winfried Schulze (ed.), Wahrheit, Wissen, Erinnerung: Zeugenverhörprotokolle als Quellen für soziale Wissensbestände in der frühen Neuzeit (Münster 2002) 89-154.
Fuchs, Thomas, Traditionsstiftung und Erinnerungspolitik: Geschichtsschreibung in Hessen in der frühen Neuzeit (Kassel 2002).
Johanek, Peter, Städtische Geschichtsschreibung im Spätmittelalter und in der frühen Neuzeit (Köln 2000).
Kuhn, Christian, Generation als Grundbegriff einer historischen Geschichtskultur: die Nürnberger Tucher im langen 16. Jahrhundert (Göttingen 2010).
Levy, Allison, ed. Widowhood and Visual Culture in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2003).
Louthan, Howard, Converting Bohemia: Force and Persuasion in the Catholic Reformation (New York 2009).
Osipian, Alexandr, The Lasting Echo of the Battle of Grunwald: the Uses of the Past in the Trials between the Armenian Community of Lemberg and the Catholic Patricians in 1578–1631, Russian History 38 (2011) 243–280.
Rau, Susanne, Geschichte und Konfession. Städtische Geschichtsschreibung und Erinnerungskultur im Zeitalter von Reformation und Gegenreformation in Bremen, Breslau, Hamburg und Köln (Hamburg 2003).
Rösener, Werner, Adelige und bürgerliche Erinnerungskulturen des Spätmittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit (Göttingen 2000).
Zajic, Andreas, 'Zu ewiger gedächtnis aufgericht': Grabdenkmäler als Quelle für Memoria und Repräsentation von Adel und Bürgertum im Spätmittelalter und in der frühen Neuzeit; das Beispiel Niederösterreichs (Wien; München 2004).

Mediterranean Region

Bouza Alvarez, Fernando, Communication, knowledge, and memory in early modern Spain (Philadelphia 2004).
Ciappelli, Giovanni and Patricia Lee Rubin, Art, Memory, and Family in Renaissance Florence (Cambridge 2000). 
Ditchfield, Simon, ''Historia Magistra Sanctitatis'? The Relationship between Historiography and Hagiography in Italy after the Council of Trent (1564-1742 CA.)', in: Massimo Firpo (ed.), Nunc Alia Tempora, Alii Mores. Storici e storia in età postridentina (Florence 2007).
Levy, Allison, Re-Membering Masculinity in Early Modern Florence: Widowed Bodies, Mourning and Portraiture (Aldershot 2006).
Levy, Allison, ed. Widowhood and Visual Culture in Early Modern Europe (Aldershot 2003).

Scandinavia

North and South America

Mc Williams, John, New England's Crises and Cultural Memory: Literature, Politics, History, Religion, 1620-1860 (Cambridge 2004). 
Ruymbeke, Bertrand van and Randy Sparks, Memory and Identity: The Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora. (Columbia SC 2003).