Publications

This page presents a selection of key publications and recent books. For more publications, please visit the personal pages of our staff.

 Recent books

12 July 2019
BRILL recently published 'Women and Gender in the Early Modern Low Countries, 1500-1750', a book edited by Sarah Moran and Amanda Pipkin.
17 June 2019
The first book in the new Routledge series ‘Knowledge Societies in History’ (series editors: Sven Dupré and Wijnand Mijnhardt) will appear in August.
17 June 2019
This book is about the development of optics and perspective between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Gems in the Early Modern World Materials, Knowledge and Global Trade, 1450–1800
20 December 2018
Palgrave Macmillan published 'Gems in the Early Modern World. Materials, Knowledge and Global Trade, 1450–1800', edited by Michael Bycroft and Sven Dupré.
The Quest for an Appropriate Past in Literature, Art and Architecture (Intersections)
20 December 2018
On 16 October 2018 Brill published 'The Quest for an Appropriate Past in Literature, Art and Architecture', edited by Karl Enenkel and Koen Ottenheym.
13 December 2018
Last month Eisma Edumedia published 'Saxa Loquuntur', a book by Dr Mr Feyo Schuddeboom.
18 May 2018
In this book, Merlijn Hurx argues that transformations in building organisation in 15th century Northern Europe laid the foundations for modern architecture.
10 April 2018
Co-edited by Sarah Moran, this special issue considers activities of Catholic and Protestant women in Europe and the Americas in the 16th to 18th centuries.
24 November 2017
The essays in this book illuminate the current state of Rembrandt studies and suggest avenues for future inquiry. With a contribution by Thijs Weststeijn.
17 January 2017
In this book, Wim Denslagen explores how travellers described the cityscapes of London, Paris and New York, three world capitals admired for their beauty.

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