Danielle van den Heuvel, Bob Pierik, Bébio Vieira Amaro,  Antonia Weiss & Marie Yasunaga, ‘Jiyūkūkan to shite no gairo: Asia-Europe (1600-1850) no toshi kūkan to jendā kenkyū ni okeru atarashī apurōchi’ [‘The Freedom of the Streets. New research into gender and urban space in Asia and Europe (1600-1850)’] forthcoming in Toshi shi kinkyū/Journal of Urban and Territorial History Vol. 6 (October 2019). Tokyo: Yamakawa shuppan sha.


Jean-Yves Blaise, Iwona Dudek & Gamze Saygi, ‘Analysing citizen-birthed data on minor heritage assets: models, promises and challenges’, International Journal of Data Science and Analytics (2019) pp 1-19. DOI 10.1007/s41060-019-00194-0



Danielle van den Heuvel, Bob Pierik, Bébio Vieira Amaro & Antonia Weiss, ‘The Freedom of the Streets. Nieuw onderzoek naar gender en stedelijke ruimte in Eurazië’, Stadsgeschiedenis (2018) 13: 2 pp. 133-145.

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Danielle van den Heuvel, ‘A market economy’ in Geert H. Janssen and Helmer J. Helmers (eds.), The Cambridge Companion to the Dutch Golden Age (Cambridge, 2018) pp. 149-165.

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Danielle van den Heuvel. "Gender in the Streets of the Premodern City", Journal of Urban History Vol. 25 Issue 4 (2019) pp. 693-710DOI: 10.1177/0096144218768493.




Danielle van den Heuvel, 近世オランダ都市女性の経済的機会―ギルドとジェンダー規制の分析から ("Economic Opportunities of Women in Early Modern Dutch Cities: From the Analysis of Guild and Gender Regulations") in M. Mizui et al (eds.), 女性から描く世界史―17~20世紀への新しいアプローチ (World History Depicted from a Female Perspective: New Approaches Towards the Study of the 17th-20th Centuries) (Bensei Publishing Tokyo; 2016) pp. 75-98.




Danielle van den Heuvel and Melissa Calaresu. Food hawkers. Selling in the streets from antiquity to the present (London: Routledge 2016).

  • Danielle van den Heuvel and Melissa Calaresu, ‘Food hawkers from representation to reality’, pp. 1-18

  • Danielle van den Heuvel, ‘Food, markets, and people: selling perishables in urban markets in pre-industrial Holland and England’, pp. 84-106.