This selection from my writings includes only those articles and chapters that deal with medieval and early modern dress history. You can find a full bibliography, including lectures and conference talks, on my academia page.

I. Sturtewagen, 'Clothing Rubens' Antwerp – Everyday urban dress in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century,' in: B. Watteeuw & L. Nijkamp, (Un)dressing Rubens, Turnhout: 2016 (Forthcoming)

I. Baatsen, J. De Groot & I. Sturtewagen, 'Single life in fifteenth-century Bruges. Living arrangements and material culture at the fringes of society?' 2015 (Forthcoming)

I. Baatsen, B. Blondé, J. De Groot & I. Sturtewagen, 'Thuis in de stad. Dynamieken van de materiële cultuur in de Lage Landen,' in: B. Blondé, M. Boone & A.-L. Van Bruaene (eds.), De stedelijke samenleving in de Nederlanden, 1100-1600, Gent: 2015 (Forthcoming)

I. Sturtewagen, The fretwork veil of Catherine De Beauchamp, countess of Warwick, Workpapers of the Middelaldercentret in Nykøbing vol. 3, Nykøbing: 2014 (Forthcoming)

I. Sturtewagen,  '"Alle tsamen zo hebbelicken ghecleet" - Kinderkleding en dagelijks leven in de Brugse Bogardenschool rond het midden van de 16e eeuw', 2014(4), 441-460.

I. Sturtewagen, 'Unveiling social fashion patterns: a case study of frilled veils in the Low Countries (1200-1500)', Medieval Clothing and Textiles vol. VII, 2011, pp. 33-63.

I. Sturtewagen, '"Een gouwen rync ende een ransse" : de gerimpelde hoofddoek in het modelandschap van de Lage Landen der late middeleeuwen : een interdisciplinaire studie', Master thesis (Ghent University, 2009).

C.L. Dahl & I., Sturtewagen, 'The Cap of St. Birgitta', Medieval Clothing and Textiles vol. IV, 2008, pp. 99-129.

I. Sturtewagen, 'En kruset hoveddug; Catherine de Beauchamps hovedtøj', Middelaldercentrets Nyhedsblad, 2006, pp. 20-21.

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