Jelle Versieren

Jelle Versieren


Sint-Jacobsmarkt 13
2000 Antwerpen, BEL



Jelle Versieren is a researcher at the University of Antwerp for the Centre for Urban History. His main research program focuses on the Low Countries regarding labour concepts and discourses in guilds and early factories. He also has published work on the history of economic thought and modern critical philosophy.(


  • Economic History: the transitions to capitalism
  • History of Economic Thought
  • Modern Critical Philosophy



  • 2016: Guest Lecturer 'History of Macroeconomics', Ghent University, Department of Conflict and Development Studies, 'Politics of Development'
  • 2013: Guest Lecturer ‘History of the Philosophy of Science: Hegel and his Logik’, University of Antwerp, Department of History, ‘Philosophy of Science’
  • 2013: Guest Lecturer ‘History of Macroeconomics and Economic Philosophy’, Ghent University, Department Conflict and Development, ‘Politics of Globalisation’
  • 2009-2011: Guest Lecturer ‘History of Economic Thought’, Ghent University, Department of History, ‘Tendencies in Historiography’

Board Member of Consulting Editors of History of Intellectual Culture:


Review of Radical Political Economics

Capital & Class

Journal of Contemporary Asia

Conference organizer "The Hidden Abodes of Production: labour, commodities and repertoires of evaluation in the European eighteenth and nineteenth centuries", in cooperation with Institutions et Dynamiques Historiques de l’Economie et de la Société”, Université Paris 8/CNRS, et CRH-EHESS, International Conference at the University of Antwerp, Centre for Urban History, 19-20 February 2015.

Research consultant Marx200 (Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung):


Curriculum vitae:


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Bijzonder academisch personeel

  • researcher