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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.
7 February 2017
In this book, David Onnekink reinterprets the view that the Dutch Forty Years War (1672-1713), was a struggle against the expansionism of Louis XIV.
3 February 2017
This book, edited by Marie-Christine Kok Escalle, offers an interdisciplinary interpretation of the functions of multilingualism in identitybuilding.
5 December 2016
Thijs Weststeijn, Eric Jorink and Frits Scholten pioneer in applying global art history to the Low Countries in 'Netherlandish Art in its Global Context'.
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.
10 May 2016
This volume studies the process of group formation through the production and appropriation of songs in various European regions.
Multilingualism in the Drama of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries
13 September 2015
Shakespeare's 'Englishness' as seen from a broader international and multilingual perspective.
Coping with Crisis - Daniel R. Curtis (2014)
6 October 2014
Why were some settlements resilient and stable while other settlements were vulnerable to crisis, in the pre-industrial period?
6 October 2014
Why in the pre-industrial period were some settlements resilient and stable over the long term while other settlements were vulnerable to crisis?
20 September 2014
This book offers both detailed accounts of the cults of individual writers and a comparative perspective on the spread of centenary fever across Europe.

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