This page presents a selection of recent books. For more publications, please visit the personal pages of our staff.
1 August 2017
Jewish Love Magic is a monograph by Ortal-Paz Saar dedicated to the supernatural methods employed by Jews in order to generate love, grace or hate.
28 July 2017
Open Access journal Early Modern Low Countries (EMLC) offers a home to state-of-the-art academic scholarship on any aspect of the early modern Low Countries.
30 June 2017
To celebrate its fifth anniversary, VIEW brings its readers a fully redesigned website and the release of its latest issue.
16 June 2017
With the first English translation of the Missale Gothicum, Els Rose opens up the unique and colourful world of late antique and early medieval liturgical life.
3 May 2017
This special issue deals with how new media technologies have the potential to re-orient us and radically intervene in our understandings of place.
17 March 2017
Koen Leurs co-edited a special issue of renowned journal Information, Communication & Society that features research generated by the annual AoIR conferences.
3 March 2017
Karin van Es and Mirko Tobias Schäfer edited The Datafied Society. It offers a collection of scholarly investigations into computer-aided methods and practices.
17 February 2017
This book, edited by Michael Burke, presents innovative research on the possible interactions between literary studies and cognitive science.
3 February 2017
This book, edited by Marie-Christine Kok-Escalle, is the first to take a close look at how French was used outside of France, in personal and private life.
31 January 2017
Birgit Kaiser and Kathrin Thiele edited this vocabulary to understand critique as a much broader practice than merely a textual one.
25 January 2017
Arab Subcultures: Transformations in Theory and Practice sets out to delineate different ways of studying and theorising Arab subcultural practices and groups
13 January 2017
Mayke de Jong and Irene van Renswoude edited a special issue in which they explore the public debate in Late Antiquity and Early Medieval Western society.
13 January 2017
In this book, Karin van Es develops a comprehensive understanding of liveness today, and clarifies the stakes surrounding the category of the ‘live’.
11 January 2017
This book deals with the question how various technologies can be used to archive, share, understand, and create dance movement.
11 January 2017
Higher Education and Technological Acceleration: The Disintegration of University Teaching and Research
Ingrid Hoofd (Media and performance) considers recent transformations in 21st century higher education across Europe and Asia.
12 December 2016
The dissertation of Dafna Ruppin on cinema in the Netherlands Indies from 1896 until 1914 was published by John Libbey Publishing as part of the KINtop series.
8 December 2016
This Volume examines how the essay is being reconfigured in the present age of globalisation and transnationalisation.
28 November 2016
In his book Brera demonstrates how the policies of the Holy Office aimed mainly to support the Holy See and its attempts to catholicise public opinion.
18 October 2016
Sandra Ponzanesi was guest editor of a special issue of the journal Transnational Cinemas. The contributions reflect on Europe, postcolonialism, and cinema.
1 October 2016
In this study, Rita Schlusemann provides a comparative analysis of Dutch romance novels against the background of the Dutch-German cultural transfer.