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Jelle van Lottum

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Biografie

Jelle van Lottum is Senior Onderzoeker bij het Huygens ING en is gespecialiseerd in arbeidsmigratie in Europa van circa 1600 tot het heden. Hij studeerde Economische en Sociale Geschiedenis aan de Vrije Universiteit; in 2007 promoveerde hij in Utrecht op een onderzoek naar de economisch effecten van arbeidsmigratie in het Noordzee Gebied tussen 1550 en 1850. Van 2007 tot 2011 was hij werkzaam aan de Universiteit van Cambridge. Na het verkrijgen van een NWO Rubicon beurs, alsmede een ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, werkte hij hier eerst als Postdoctoral Fellow bij de Cambridge Group for the History of Population; daarna – in 2012 ontving hij een British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellowship – combineerde hij zijn aanstelling aan de Cambridge Group met een Research Associateship bij St. John’s College, Cambridge. In 2011 ontving hij een Research Grant van de Economic en Social Research Council en verhuisde hij naar de Universiteit van Oxford (History Faculty en Somerville College). Hier leidde hij zijn project getiteld ‘Migration, human capital and labour productivity: the international maritime labour market in Europe, c. 1650-1815’. Dat zelfde jaar verhuisde hij (en zijn project) naar de Universiteit van Birmingham waar hij – naast projectleider – tot 2016 Universitair Hoofddocent was.

Belangrijkste Publicaties

  • Van Lottum, Jelle and Jan Luiten van Zanden, ‘Labour productivity and human capital in the European maritime sector of the eighteenth century’, Explorations in Economic History 53 (2014) 83–100.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘Labour migration and economic performance: London and the Randstad, c. 1600-1800’, Economic History Review 64 (2011) 2, pp. 531-570.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, Lex Heerma van Voss, and Jan Lucassen,‘ Sailors, National and International Labour Markets and National Identity,1600-1850’, in: Richard Unger (ed.), Shipping and Economic Growth 1350-1800 (Brill, Leiden and Boston, 2011), pp. 309-352.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, Across the North Sea. The impact of the Dutch Republic on labour migration, c. 1550-1850, (Aksant, Amsterdam, 2007)

Publicaties

Books:

  • Van Lottum, Jelle, Across the North Sea. The impact of the Dutch Republic on labour migration, c. 1550-1850, (Amsterdam, Aksant, 2007)

Journal articles:

  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘Some thoughts about migration of maritime workers in the eighteenth-century North Sea Region’, The International Journal of Maritime History 27 (2015), pp. 647-661.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle and Jan Luiten van Zanden, ‘Labour productivity and human capital in the European maritime sector of the eighteenth century’, Explorations in Economic History 53 (2014) 83–100.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, and Daan Marks, ‘The determinants of internal migration in a developing country: quantitative evidence for Indonesia, 1930-2000’, Applied Economics 44 (2012) 34, pp. 4485-4494.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘Some considerations about the link between economic development and migration’, Journal of Global History 6 (2011) 2, pp. 339-344.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘Labour migration and economic performance: London and the Randstad, c. 1600-1800’, Economic History Review 64 (2011) 2, pp. 531-570.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, and Bo Poulsen, ‘Estimating numeracy and literacy levels in the maritime labour market of the North Atlantic of the late eighteenth century’ Scandinavian Economic History Review 59 (2011) 1, pp. 65-80.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘Migration to the Netherlands in the first half of the 19th century: an assessment’, Annales de démographie historique 118 (2009), pp. 193-208.
  • Kaal, Harm, and Jelle van Lottum, ‘Immigrants in the polder. Rural-rural long distance migration in North-western Europe: the case of Watergraafsmeer’, Rural History 20 (2009), pp. 99-117.
  • Sogner, Sølvi, and Jelle van Lottum, ‘An immigrant community? Norwegian Sailor Families in Amsterdam in the 17th Century’, History of the Family 12 (2007) 3, pp. 153-168.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, and Sølvi Sogner, ‘Het verhaal van Magnus en Barbara. Migratiegeschiedenis in het klein’ [Magnus and Barbara’s story. A micro-perspective on migration history], Holland 39 (2007) 2, pp. 65-79.
  • Schrover, Marlou, and Jelle van Lottum, ‘Spatial concentrations and communities of immigrants: the Netherlands 1800-1900’, Continuity and Change 22 (2007), pp. 215-252.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, and Sølvi Sogner, ‘Magnus og Barbara. Mikrohistorie I Nordsjøregionen på 1600-tallet’ [Migration and microhistory in the North Sea region in the 17th century], Historisk Tidsskrift (Norway) 85 (2006) 3, pp. 377-401.
  • Kaal, Harm and Jelle van Lottum, ‘Duitse boeren onder de rook van Amsterdam. Duitse immigranten in de agrarische geschiedenis van de gemeente Watergraafsmeer (1629-1921)’ [German immigration to the rural areas surrounding Amsterdam], Jaarboek Amstelodamum (2005), pp. 129-152.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, and Marlou Schrover, ‘De Choorstraat en Lijnmarkt; multiculturele straten in het 19e-eeuwse Utrecht’ [Migrant settlement in shopping streets in 19th century Utrecht], Oud-Utrecht 78 (2005) 4, pp. 129-133.
  • Kaal, Harm, and Jelle van Lottum, ‘Duitsers in de polder. Duitse warmoeziers in Watergraafsmeer in de 18de en 19de eeuw’ [German market gardeners in the parish of Watergraafsmeer in the 18th and 19th century], Holland 35 (2003) 4, pp.263-276.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘Nieuwkomers in Nederland in de eerste helft van de negentiende eeuw’ [Newcomers in the Netherlands in the first half of the 19th century], Tijdschrift voor Sociale Geschiedenis 29 (2003) 3, pp. 257-280.

Book chapters:

  • Van Lottum, Jelle, Aske Brock and Catherine Sumnall, ‘Mobility, migration and human capital in the long eighteenth century: the life of Joseph Anton Ponsaing’, in: Maria Fusaro et.al, Law, Labour, and Empire: Comparative Perspectives on Seafarers, c. 1500-1800 (Basingstoke, 2015), pp. 158-176. ISBN: 9781137447456
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘Migration in an Age of Change: The Migration Effect of Decolonization and Industrialization in Indonesia, c. 1900–2000’, in: Jan Lucassen and Leo Lucassen (eds.), Globalising Migration History. The Eurasian Experience (16th-21st Centuries), (Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden and Boston, 2014), pp. 247 –275. ISBN : 9789004271364
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘The economic contribution of labour migrants in the European maritime labour market of the long eighteenth century’, in: Leo Lucassen and Marcel van der Linden (eds.), Working on labour. Essays in honour of Jan Lucassen (Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden and Boston, 2012), pp. 247-268. ISBN: 9789004229525.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘La migration de travail en Europe du Nord-Ouest‘, in: Pierre-Yves Beaurepaire and Pierrick Pourchasse (eds), Les circulations internationales en Europe (1680-1780) (Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2010), pp. 19-35. ISBN: 9782753512160.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, Lex Heerma van Voss, and Jan Lucassen,‘ Sailors, National and International Labour Markets and National Identity,1600-1850’, in: Richard Unger (ed.), Shipping and Economic Growth 1350-1800 (Leiden and Boston, 2011), pp. 309-352. ISBN: 978900419437
  • Matthias van Rossum, Lex, Heerma van Voss, Jelle van Lottum and Jan Lucassen, ‘’Sailors in European, Atlantic and Asian Waters: National and International Labour Markets, 1600-1850′, in: Maria Fusaro and Amelia Polonia, Maritime History as Global History, Research in Maritime History No. 43 (St. John’s Newfoundland, 2010), pp. 47-72.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘Human movement, 600-1300’,‘ Human movement 1300-1400’ and ‘Human movement, 1400-1600’, in: Historical Atlas. A comprehensive history of the world (Elanora, Millennium House, 2008). ISBN: 978-1-921209-23-9.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle ‘Some aspects of the North Sea labour market, c. 1550-1800’, in: Hanno Brand, Poul Holm and Leos Muller (eds.), The Dynamics of economic culture in the North Sea- and Baltic Region (ca. 1250-1700) vol. 1 (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), pp. 170-184. ISBN 9789065508829.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, ‘The first waves of internationalization: A comparison of early modern North Sea migration and nineteenth century Transatlantic labour migrations’ in: L. Fischer et al., Maritime Transport and Migration: The Connections between Maritime and Migration Network, Research in Maritime History No. 33 (St. John’s, 2007), pp 9-25. ISBN 9780973893434.
  • Van Lottum, Jelle, and Jan Lucassen, ‘Six cross-sections of the Dutch maritime labour market: a preliminary reconstruction and its implications (1607-1850), in: Richard Gorski (ed.), Maritime labour: Contributions to the history of work at sea, 1500-2000 (Amsterdam, Aksant Academic Publishers 2007), pp. 13-42. ISBN 9789052602844.