Chair
Early Modern Dutch literature
Date of appointment 01.06.2011
Inaugural lecture date 10.01.2012
Profile

Els Stronks is Professor of Early Modern Dutch Literature and Culture at Utrecht University. She previously taught at Indiana University (Bloomington, Indiana), and is the author of several articles and books, one of which is her recent book on visual culture in Dutch literature, Negotiating Differences; Word, Image and Religion. She currently leads the Emblem Project Utrecht (EPU) and the Pia Desideria Project, which aim to digitize and analyze Dutch love emblem books, religious as well as secular, published between 1601 and 1724. She was also a member of the Dutch Songs On Line project, and is currently involved in the research project Golden Agents that aims to unravel the dynamics of the Dutch Republic's creative industries. She has written a number of articles on the technical approaches used in these digitization projects, particularly concerning their overarching research questions and goals for the field of early modern studies.

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Scientific expertise
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All publications
  2017 - Books
Stronks, E., Kestemont, Mike, de Bruin, Martine & de Winkel, Tim (2017). Van wie is het Wilhelmus? De auteur van het Nederlandse volkslied met de computer onderzocht. Amsterdam: AUP (Amsterdam University Press) / ICAS Publications.
  2016 - Articles
Stronks, E., van der Deijl, L.A. & van de Warenburg, T.C. (2016). LitLab: een digitaal laboratorium voor literatuuronderzoek. Vaktaal, (pp. 10-11).
Boot, Peter, Dietz, F.M., Stronks, E. & Zwart, Willemijn (2016). Young Agents - Jonge auteurs op de vroegmoderne boekenmarkt. Nederlandse Letterkunde, 21 (1), (pp. 1-34) (35 p.).
  2016 - Websites / portals
  2015 - Book parts / chapters
Stronks, Els (2015). The Diffusion of Illustrated Religious Texts and Ideological Restraints. In André Lardinois, Sophie Levie, Hans Hoeken & Christoph Lüthy (Eds.), Texts, transmissions, receptions - modern approaches to narratives (pp. 194-220) (27 p.). Leiden: Brill.
  2015 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stronks, E. (05.06.2015). Invisible Ink - Uncovering Meaning from Texts with Digital Tools . NIAS - Uhlenbeck lectures (39 p.). Wassenaar: NIAS.
  2015 - Lectures
E. Stronks (29.10.2015) Amor Dei in Emblems for the Dutch Youth
E. Stronks (08.10.2015) Digital Research into the Textual Culture of the Dutch Republic
E. Stronks (15.10.2015) The Young Author’s Profile Digitally Charted
  2015 - Paper
Stronks, E. (2015). Digging into Time - Digital Research into the Textual Culture of the Dutch Republic.
Stronks, E. (2015). Models of Inquisitiveness in the Visual and Textual Culture of the Low Countries.
  2014 - Book editorship
Dietz, F.M., Morton, A., Roggen, L., Stronks, E. & Van Vaeck, M. (2014). Illustrated Religious Texts in the North of Europe, 1500-1800. (300 p.). Farnham: Ashgate.
  2014 - Book parts / chapters
Dietz, F.M., Stronks, E. & Morton, A. (2014). Introduction: The Function and Nature of International Religious Contacts in Northern Europe. In F.M. Dietz, A. Morton, L. Roggen, E. Stronks & M. Van Vaeck (Eds.), Illustrated Religious Texts in the North of Europe, 1500-1800 (pp. 1-18) (18 p.). Farnham: Ashgate.
Stronks, E. (2014). No home grown products: illustrated biblical poems in the Dutch Republic. In F.M.Dietz, A. Morton, M. VanVaeck, L. Roggen & E. Stronks (Eds.), Illustrated Religious Texts in the North of Europe, 1500-1800 Farnham: Ashgate.
  2014 - Articles
  2014 - Lectures
E. Stronks (11.02.2014) De bibliotheek als behoeder en ontwikkelaar van het digitale boek
E. Stronks (13.06.2014) Digital Humanities in the classroom: Mapping strategies and possibilities for teaching computational methods in humanities curricula
E. Stronks (29.01.2014) Researching Early Modern Literature & Knowledge Production in a Digital Age
  2013 - Articles
Stronks, E. (2013). De afstand tussen close en distant. Methoden en vraagstellingen in computationeel letterkundig onderzoek. Tijdschrift Voor Nederlandse Taal-en Letterkunde (4), (pp. 17-26) (10 p.).
Stronks, E. (2013). Lezen en rekenen. Vooys, 31 (3/4), (pp. 78-83) (6 p.).
Stronks, E. (2013). Nederlandse literatuur uit de gouden eeuw en de Europese markt. Neerlandia / Nederlands van nu, 2, (pp. 24-26) (3 p.).
  2013 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2013). Boekbespreking Die sichtbare Welt: Visualität in der niederländischen Literatur und Kunst des 17. Jahrhunderts. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, 128.
Stronks, E. (2013). Boekbespreking Voortgang. Jaarboek neerlandistiek. Documentatieblad nadere reformatie, 37, (pp. 187-188) (2 p.).
  2013 - Lectures
E. Stronks (24.08.2013) ‘Dees kennisse zuldy te kope vinnen’: kennisoverdracht in de zeventiende-eeuwse Nederlandse liedcultuur
E. Stronks (18.04.2013) Annotated Books Online: A Public Tool to Investigate the Reader’s Private Thoughts
E. Stronks (01.02.2013) De afstand tussen close en distant
E. Stronks (24.10.2013) The Dutch Republic’s Soft Power
  2012 - Book parts / chapters
Stronks, E. (2012). The Dutch Love Emblem. In E. Canone & L. Spruit (Eds.), Emblematics in the Early Modern Age. Case Studies on the Interaction between Philosophy, Art and Literature (pp. 63-76) (14 p.). Pisa/Roma: Fabrizio Serra Editore.
  2012 - Articles
Stronks, E. (2012). Cultural Hybridity Reconsidered:Religious Visual Culture and the Dutch Republic. Journal of Dutch Literature, 3 (2), (pp. 5-23) (19 p.).
Stronks, E. (2012). Grenzen en barrières in de tekstuele cultuur van de Republiek. Zeventiende Eeuw, 28, (pp. 115-137) (23 p.).
Stronks, E. (2012). Identiteiten van adolescenten in de vroegmoderne liedcultuur: het studentenlied als casus. Nederlandse Letterkunde, 17 (3), (pp. 225-248) (24 p.).
  2012 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2012). Boekbespreking Enny de Bruijn, Eerst de waarheid, dan de vrede. Jacob Revius. Nederlandse Letterkunde, 17, (pp. 14-15) (2 p.).
  2012 - Inaugural speech
Stronks, E. (2012). Loden letters, digitale dartels. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.
  2012 - Lectures
E. Stronks (30.08.2012) De internationale naam en faam van de vroegmoderne Nederlandse literatuur
E. Stronks (22.11.2012) Digital editions that will reveal the book and the reader
E. Stronks (23.03.2012) Digital Explorations of a Reader’s World
  2012 - Websites / portals
Visser, A.S.Q. & Stronks, E. (2012). Annotated Books Online.
  2011 - Books
Stronks, E. (2011). Negotiating Differences. Word, Image and Religion in the Dutch Republic. Leiden: Brill.
  2011 - Book editorship
Stronks, E., Vogelzang, F., de Bruin, R.E., van der Eerden, M.A. & Wassink, J. (2011). Wisseling van de wacht? Stichtse bestuurders in een roerige eeuw. (316 p.). Utrecht: Vereniging Oud-Utrecht.
  2011 - Articles
Stronks, E. & Dietz, F.M. (2011). German Religious Emblems as Stimuli of Visual Culture in the Dutch Republic. Church History and Religious Culture, 91 (3-4), (pp. 31-57) (27 p.).
Stronks, E. (2011). Never to Coincide: the Identities of Dutch Protestants and Dutch Catholics in Religious Emblematics. Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art, 3 (2).
  2011 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stronks, E. (2011). A Publisher seeking a change in religious practices: the case of Lucas Jennis. In Alison Rawles and Philip Ford (Eds.), 'Le livre demeure’: studies in book history in honour of Alison Saunders (pp. 275-287) (13 p.). Geneva: Droz.
Stronks, E. (2011). Working the Senses with Words: the Act of Religious Reading in the Dutch Republic. In W.S Melion, C. Brusati & K. Enenkel (Eds.), Authority of the Word. Reflecting on Image and Text in Northern Europe, 1400-1700 (pp. 667-702) (36 p.). Leiden: Brill.
  2011 - Lectures
E. Stronks (19.04.2011) Dutch-German Connections in Pietistic Illustrated Literature in the Seventeenth Century
E. Stronks (19.04.2011) Dutch-German Connections in Pietistic Illustrated Literature in the Seventeenth Century
E. Stronks (28.06.2011) Exchange Networks in Emblematics: National Developments in an International Perspective
E. Stronks (28.06.2011) Exchange Networks in Emblematics: National Developments in an International Perspective
E. Stronks (27.08.2011) Grensverkeer tussen de visuele culturen van Noord- en Zuid-Nederland
E. Stronks (24.09.2011) Laurens Bake: “Baak der Nederlandse Dichteren”
E. Stronks (26.05.2011) Met fraaie toneelplaatjes en de aldernieuwste liederen: intermediale bronnen in de Early Dutch Books On Line collectie
E. Stronks (23.09.2011) Revius` concurrentie: Bartholomeus Hulsius` "Emblemata sacra" (1631) versus "Overysselsche sangen en dichten" (1630)
E. Stronks (16.06.2011) Trust and Truth: Textual and Visual Media in Early Modern Religious Contexts
  2010 - Book parts / chapters
Grootes, E.K. & Stronks, E. (2010). Nederlandse liefdesemblemen. Wonderlicke avontuer van twee goelieven en Nederlandse liefdesemblemen (pp. 38-51) (14 p.). Scheveningen: Knippenberg.
  2010 - Articles
Stronks, E. & Both, B. (2010). Acceptatie van het vreemde: pers- en geloofsvrijheid in de Republiek vanuit internationaal perspectief. Nederlandse Letterkunde, 15 (2), (pp. 73-102) (29 p.).
Stronks, E. (2010). Het beeld bij het Woord onder gereformeerde censuur. Delineavit et sculpsit, 34, (pp. 8-18) (11 p.).
Brunetti, S., Prandoni, M. & Stronks, E. (2010). The Herla-project in Flanders. Vooys, 28, (pp. 8-20) (13 p.).
  2010 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2010). Bookreview Haas, Anna de, Wie de wereld bestiert, weet ik niet. Het rusteloze leven van Cornelis van der Gon, dichter en zeekapitein 1660-1731. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden
Stronks, E. (2010). Bookreview Walter S. Melion, The Meditative Art: Studies in the Northern Devotional Print, 1550-1625. Renaissance Quarterly, 63, (pp. 1378-1380) (3 p.).
  2010 - Lectures
E. Stronks (29.05.2010) A Plea for the Study of Illustrated Religious Texts
E. Stronks (29.10.2010) The Diffusion of Illustrated Religious Texts and Ideological Restraints
E. Stronks (15.10.2010) To whom belongs a literary genre? Identity formation in Dutch illustrated religious literature
  2009 - Articles
Stronks, E. (2009). De goede bedoelingen van Arminius'. Over beeldvorming en zeventiende-eeuwse literatuur. Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse kerkgeschiedenis, 12 (3), (pp. 109-115) (7 p.).
Stronks, E. (2009). De zwetende lezer. Religieuze leeservaringen in de Republiek. Vooys, 27 (3), (pp. 15-23) (9 p.).
Stronks, E. (2009). Dutch Religious Love Emblems. Reflections of Faith and Toleration in the later seventeenth century. Literature and Theology, 23 (2), (pp. 142-164) (23 p.).
Stronks, E. (2009). Geen prooi voor de sfinx. De lezer en het achttiende-eeuwse embleem. Nederlandse Letterkunde, 14 (2), (pp. 104-132) (29 p.).
Stronks, E. (2009). Gewapende vrede: woord, beeld en religie in de Republiek. Zeventiende Eeuw (1), (pp. 2-25) (24 p.).
Dietz, F.M., Stronks, E. & Zawadska, K. (2009). Rooms-katholieke Pia desideria-bewerkingen in internationaal perspectief. Internationale Neerlandistiek, 47 (3), (pp. 31-49) (19 p.).
  2009 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stronks, E. (2009). De kunst van de buren afgekeken: Bartholomeus Hulsius' Emblemata sacra,. Neerlandica Wratislaviensia XVIII, "Historische letterkunde uit de Lage Landen. teksten en contexten"
Stronks, E. (2009). 'Rooms-katholieke iconografie in protestantse emblematiek. Zacharias Heyns Emblemes chrestiennes et morales uit 1625. In J Bos (Eds.), . Drie eeuwen kennis en cultuur in 33 bijzondere boeken. Opstellen bij de voltooiing van de Short-Title Catalogue, Netherlands (pp. 70-79) (10 p.). Zwolle: Waanders.
Stronks, E. (2009). Zielenroerselen in woord en beeld: het vroegmoderne embleem in de 18e eeuw. In H Mulder & B Jaski (Eds.), Bijzonder onderzoek. Een ontdekkingsreis door de Bijzondere Collecties van de Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht (pp. 256-261) (6 p.). Zwolle: Waanders.
  2009 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2009). Bookreview Canons énigmes et hiéroglyphes musicaux dans l'Italie du 17e siècle. Renaissance Quarterly, 62, (pp. 1256-1257) (2 p.).
Stronks, E. (2009). Bookreview Om beters wille. Rederijkerskamers en de stedelijke cultuur in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden
  2009 - Lectures
E. Stronks (30.12.2009) 'Internationale en interdisciplinaire perspectieven van neerlandistisch onderzoek'
E. Stronks (20.03.2009) The Religious Emblem in the Low Countries
E. Stronks (08.10.2009) 'Working the Senses with Words. The Act of Religious Reading in the Dutch Republic
  2008 - Book parts / chapters
Stronks, E. (2008). The Emblem and the Low Countries. In P.M. Daly (Eds.), Companion to Emblem Studies (pp. 267-289) (23 p.). New York: AMS Press:.
  2008 - Articles
Stronks, E. (2008). Religieuze liefdesemblemen als demonstraties van geloofsbeleving in de Republiek rond 1700. Nederlandse Letterkunde, 13 (1), (pp. 1-32) (32 p.).
  2008 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2008). Dichter op de huid. Reconstructie van een 17e-eeuws leven aan de hand van brieven, archiefstukken en literatuur. Spiegel der Letteren, (pp. 126-128) (3 p.).
Stronks, E. (2008). Joannes Sambucus and the Learned Image. The Use of the Emblem in Late-Renaissance Humanism. Zeventiende Eeuw, (pp. 113-115) (3 p.).
Stronks, E. (2008). Nalatenschap als toekomst & Grijsaards in zwart-wit. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden
  2008 - Websites / portals
Stronks, E., van Gemert, E.M.P. & Gelderblom, A.J. (2008). Literatuurgeschiedenis Gouden Eeuw. educatieve site voor middelbare scholen over de literatuur van de Gouden Eeuw.
  2007 - Book editorship
  2007 - Articles
Stronks, E. (2007). The Revival of the Dutch Love Emblem. Emblematica, 15, (pp. 319-342) (24 p.).
Meijer Drees, M.E. & Stronks, E. (01.01.2007). Wat wonders wat nieuws. De zeventiende eeuw in pamfletten. DBNL
  2007 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stronks, E. (2007). Churches as Indicators of a Larger Phenomenon. The Religious Side of the Dutch Love Emblem. In E. Stronks & P. Boot (Eds.), Learned Love. Proceedings of the Emblem Project Utrecht Conference on Dutch Love Emblems and the Internet (November 2006) (pp. 72-93) (22 p.). Den Haag: Edita.
Stronks, E. (2007). Het oude boek gaat digitaal. Contouren van de digitale editie. In A van der Weel (Eds.), Jaarboek Nederlandse Boekhistorische Vereniging (pp. 149-159) (11 p.). Nijmegen: Van Tilt.
Stronks, E. (2007). Introduction. In E Stronks & P Boot (Eds.), Learned Love. Proceedings of the Emblem Project Utrecht Conference on Dutch Love Emblems and the Internet (November 2006) (pp. 1-9) (9 p.). Den Haag: Edita.
Stronks, E. (2007). The Emblem Project Utrecht as a Knowledge Site. In E Stronks & P Boot (Eds.), Learned Love. Proceedings of the Emblem Project Utrecht Conference on Dutch Love Emblems and the Internet (November 2006 (pp. 151-155) (5 p.). Den Haag: Edita.
  2007 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2007). Bookreview ‘Dat gy mij niet vergeet’. Correspondentie van vrouwen in de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden
Stronks, E. (2007). Bookreview Embleemfabels in de Nederlanden (1567 - ca. 1670). Het schouwtoneel der dieren. TNTL
Stronks, E. (2007). Bookreview Het lange leven van het pamflet. Boekhistorische, iconografische, literaire en politieke aspecten van pamfletten 1600-1900. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden
  2006 - Book editorship
Koppenol, J. & Stronks, E. (2006). E.K. Grootes e.a., Vreugde en verdriet in kleine kring. Het gezinsleven in poëzie en proza, 1600-1750. (147 p.). Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak.
Stronks, E. (2006). Griffioenreeks. Redactie.
Stronks, E. (2006). J. Oosterman, De zeven wijze mannen uit het Oosten. (145 p.). Amsterdam: Athanaeum-Polak.
  2006 - Articles
Stronks, E. (2006). De Zeventiende Eeuw in digitale sferen. Verslag van het congres van de Werkgroep Zeventiende Eeuw, 26 augustus 2005. Zeventiende Eeuw, 22 (2), (pp. 262-272) (11 p.).
  2006 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2006). De eerste studente. Anna Maria van Schurman (1636). Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden
Stronks, E. (2006). Karel van Mander, Olijf-berg 1609. TNTL, 122, (pp. 271-271) (1 p.).
  2006 - Reports
van den Berg, I., den Boer, D.J., Koole, T., Nieuwenhuis, I., Nortier, J.M., Stolk, F.R.W. & Stronks, E. (2006). 'Omdat je je tijd maar een keer kunt besteden'. De verdeling doceren-onderzoeken binnen het Instituut Nederlands van de Universiteit Utrecht. (12 p.). onbekend: UU LET Nederlands.
  2006 - Lectures
E. Stronks (06.11.2006) Learned Love. Dutch Love Emblems on the Internet, congresorganisatie
E. Stronks (06.12.2006) Churches as Indicators of a Larger Phenomenon. The Religious Side of the Dutch Love Emblem, lezing
  2005 - Articles
Stronks, E. (2005). Al kijkend reist de ziel naar God. 'Nieuwe plaaten' voor Luykens eerste religieuze embleembundel. Nederlandse Letterkunde (10), (pp. 161-173) (13 p.).
  2005 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2005). Bookreview Het Kopijrecht 16de tot 19de eeuw. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, (pp. 53-55) (3 p.).
Stronks, E. (2005). Bookreview Jodocus van Lodenstein, Uytspanningen. Tijdschrift Voor Nederlandse Taal-en Letterkunde, (pp. 147-149) (3 p.).
Stronks, E. (2005). Bookreview Tot ciræt, vermeerderinge en de heerlijckmæckinge der universiteyt’. Bestuur, instelling, personeel en financiën van de Leidse universiteit. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, (pp. 38-40) (3 p.).
  2005 - Lectures
E. Stronks (06.03.2005) Adriaen Poirters en het Nederlandse embleem, lezing
E. Stronks (27.08.2005) De zeventiende eeuw in digitale sferen, congresorganisatie
E. Stronks (15.05.2005) Emblem Project Utrecht, lezing
  2005 - Websites / portals
Stronks, E. (01.01.2005). DBNL-thema's: het embleem.
  2004 - Books
Stronks, E. (2004). De christelijke Seneca en Hofbloemen van Volkerus van Oosterwijck. Facsimile-editie met inleiding verzorgd door E. Stronks. Rumpt: De Schatkamer, SSNR-project "Reprints uit het gereformeerd P.
  2004 - Book editorship
Stronks, E., Koppenol, J. & van Strien, T. (2004). P.C. Hooft, Liederen en gedichten. Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep.
  2004 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2004). Bookreview Theologen in ondertal. Godgeleerdhied, godsdienstwetenschap, het Athenaeum Illustre en de Universiteit van Amsterdam. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, (pp. 12-13) (2 p.).
  2004 - Websites / portals
Stronks, E. & Blans, J. (2004). Dutch Love Emblems.
Stronks, E. & de Gruijter, M. (2004). Nederlandse liefdesemblemen - een educatieve site.
  2003 - Book editorship
Stronks, E. (2003). De gekroonde leerse. (150 p.). Amsterdam: Querido.
  2003 - Articles
Stronks, E. (11.01.2003). Het volle leven. Reformatorisch Dagblad (1 p.).
Boot, P. & Stronks, E. (2003). Ingrediënten voor een succesformule? Experimenten met een digitale editie van Cats' "Sinne- en minnebeelden". Nederlandse Letterkunde, 8 (1), (pp. 24-40) (17 p.).
Stronks, E. (2003). Ingrediënten voor een succesformule? Experimenten met een digitale editie van Cats' Sinne- en minnebeelden. Nederlandse Letterkunde, 8 (1), (pp. 24-40) (17 p.).
  2003 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stronks, E. (2003). Het embleem als pennenvrucht. In M. Van Vaeck & H. Brems (Eds.), De steen van Alciato. Literatuur en visuele cultuur in de Nederlanden (pp. 841-861) (21 p.). Leuven: Peeters.
  2003 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2003). -. Literatuur : tijdschrift over Nederlandse letterkunde, 1, (pp. 56-58) (3 p.).
  2002 - Books
Stronks, E. & Meijer Drees, M.E. (2002). Wat wonders, wat nieuws! De zeventiende eeuw in pamfletten. (143 p.). Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep.
  2002 - Book editorship
Gelderblom, A.J., van Gemert, E.M.P., Meijer Drees, M.E. & Stronks, E. (2002). In de boeken, met de geest. Vijftien studies van M.A. Schenkeveld-van der Dussen over vroegmoderne Nederlandse literatuur. Met een bibliografie van het werk van M.A. Schenkeveld-van der Dussen. (312 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Stronks, E. & Luijten, H. (2002). Jacob Cats' Sinne- en minnebeelden. Utrecht: CHI/OGC.
  2002 - Articles
Boot, P. & Stronks, E. (2002). Digitale edities en letterenonderzoek, een verkenning. neerlandistiek.nl, 2 (8).
  2002 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Gelderblom, A.J., van Gemert, E.M.P., Meijer Drees, M.E. & Stronks, E. (2002). Voorwoord en Inleiding. In A.J. Gelderblom, E.M.P. Gemert, M.E. Meijer Drees & E. Stronks (Eds.), In de boeken, met de geest. Vijftien studies van M.A. Schenkeveld- van der Dussen over vroegmoderne Nederlandse literatuur. Met een bibliografie van het werk van M.A. Schenkeveld- van der Dussen (pp. 7-15) (9 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  2002 - Lectures
  2001 - Book editorship
van Gemert, E.M.P., Stronks, E. & Koppenol, J. (2001). Jacob Westerbaen, Gedichten. (165 p.). Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep.
Stronks, E. (2001). Kamers, kunst en competitie. (176 p.). Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep.
Stronks, E. & van Gemert, E.M.P. (2001). Westerbaen, Gedichten. (176 p.). Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep.
  2001 - Book parts / chapters
Stronks, E. (2001). Een stichtend offensief van dichtende dominees. In L.P. Grijp (Eds.), Een muziekgeschiedenis der Nederlanden (pp. 302-311) (10 p.). Amsterdam: AUP.
  2001 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stronks, E. (2001). Private devotion in a Protestants Diary: Jacoba van Thiel's `Rekenboeck van de Ziel met God'. In F. van Ingen & C. Moore (Eds.), Gebetsliteratur der fruhen Neuzeit als Hausfrommigkeit (pp. 179-193) (15 p.). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.
Stronks, E. (2001). Volckerus van Oosterwijck/Franciscus Ridderus. In C. Houtman (Eds.), Biografisch Lexicon voor de geschiedenis van het Nederlandse protestantisme (pp. 398 en 426-428) (3 p.). Kampen: Kok.
  2001 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (2001). Bookreview Werk in uitvoering. Tijdschrift Voor Nederlandse Taal-en Letterkunde, 117, (pp. 310-311) (2 p.).
  2001 - Lectures
E. Stronks (09.11.2001) Dutch Love Emblems on the Internet: internationale toegang tot een nationaal fenomeen
  1999 - Books
Stronks, E. (1999). Het hart naar boven. Religieuze poëzie in de zeventiende eeuw. (447 p.). Amsterdam: AUP.
  1999 - Articles
Stronks, E. (1999). Jeptha als eigentijdse vader van een eigentijdse dochter. Benno Barnards bewerking van Vondels Jeptha ofte offerbelofte. Nederlandse Letterkunde, (pp. 67-77) (11 p.).
Stronks, E. (1999). Propaganda in poëzievorm. Het succes van de domineedichter. Literatuur : tijdschrift over Nederlandse letterkunde, 16, (pp. 159-165) (7 p.).
  1999 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Stronks, E. (1999). 'Gesterkt door Zijn nabijheid'. Gesprek met Jodocus van Lodenstein. In E. de Bruijn (Eds.), Oog in oog met 17e-eeuwers. Gesprekken met protestantse dichters, schilders en musici. (10 p.). Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum.
  1999 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (1999). Bookreview Een in lied en leven. Nederlandse Letterkunde
Stronks, E. (1999). Bookreview Een lezer aan het woord. Studies van L. Strengholt over zeventiende-eeuwse letterkunde. Zeventiende Eeuw
Stronks, E. (1999). Bookreview Justus van Effen, de Hollandsche Spectator. TS: Tijdschrift voor Tijdschriftstudies
  1999 - Lectures
E. Stronks (05.06.1999) Herakles in de literatuur van de Renaissance
  1998 - Book reviews
Stronks, E. (1998). Minne- en zinnebeelden. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, 114, (pp. 382-383) (2 p.).
Stronks, E. (1998). Patronage en dienstverlening. Tijdschrift Voor Nederlandse Taal-en Letterkunde, 114, (pp. 81) (1 p.).
Stronks, E. (1998). Veelderhande liedekens. Studies van het Nederlandse lied tot 1600. Nederlandse Letterkunde, 3, (pp. 387) (1 p.).
Stronks, E. (1998). Woorden van een gezond verstand. Tijdschrift Voor Nederlandse Taal-en Letterkunde, 114, (pp. 189) (1 p.).
  1998 - Lectures
E. Stronks (28.05.1998) A very personal document: Jacoba van Thiels diary as a proof of the pudding
  1997 - Books
Stronks, E. & van den Dungen, T. (1997). De Maassluische Meeuweklacht: liederen voor zeelui, wezen en andere kerkgangers uit de zeventiende eeuw. Houten: onbekend.
  1997 - Book parts / chapters
Stronks, E. (1997). Bijdragen. In M.A. Schenkeveld-van Dussen (Eds.), Met en zonder lauwerkrans. Schrijvende vrouwen uit de vroegmoderne tijd 1550-1850: van Anna Bijns tot Elise van Calcar Amsterdam: Amsterdam UP.
  1997 - Articles
Stronks, E. (1997). De galm der Venuzynse lier moet zwijgen voor een hoger zwier: christendichters en de wereldlijke dichtkunst ten tijde van de renaissance. Protestants Nederland, 1997, (pp. 8-14) (7 p.).
Stronks, E. (1997). Zeventiende-eeuwse gereformeerde predikant-dichters en hun publiek. Kerktijd, 1997, (pp. 8-15) (8 p.).
  1997 - Lectures
E. Stronks (21.11.1997) "Ik had Engelenzang voor een ongelofelijke schare:" de predikantals bescheiden kunstenaar
E. Stronks (31.05.1997) Over de ijdelheid en verkoopbaarheid van zeventiende-eeuwse gereformeerde predikant-dichters
  0 - Lectures
E. Stronks () Co-projectleider The Religious Emblem Tradition in the Low Countries in the Light of Herman Hugo's Pia Desideria
E. Stronks () Co-projectleider, The Religious Emblem Tradition in the Low Countries in the Light of Herman Hugo's Pia desideria
E. Stronks () Dutch Songs On Line, NWO-project coördinatie
E. Stronks () Emblem Project Utrecht, coördinatie NWO-project
E. Stronks () Schrijvende vrouwen 1550-1850
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Project:
Golden Agents. Creative Industries and the Making of the Dutch Golden Age
01.11.2016 to
General project description 

The Dutch Golden Age’s paintings, books, ceramics etc. still fascinate millions of people, but how did these creative outbursts merge? In the Golden Agents Research Infrastructure, so-called computer agents ingeniously connect existing and new databases to facilitate interdisciplinary research that unravels the inner dynamics of this creative miracle.

Role Project Leader & Researcher Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU

Completed projects

Project:
GOLIATH (Genealogies of Literature, Autonomisation, Theory and History) 01.01.2012 to 01.01.2016
General project description
Deze Wetenschappelijke Onderzoeksgemeenschap van historisch letterkundigen onder de neerlandici in Nederland en Vlaanderen heeft als doelstelling: (1) het leggen van de grondslagen voor een onderzoek naar verschillende aspecten van de voorgeschiedenis van het moderne literatuurconcept (12e-18e eeuw), (2) op grond van deze bevindingen een aantal centrale vooronderstellingen ter discussie stellen die het literatuurhistorisch onderzoek in de Lage Landen traditioneel hebben gestuurd, met het oog op een verdere uitwerking in vervolgonderzoek en (3) het faciliteren van onderzoekssamenwerking tussen verschillende groepen literatuurhistorici die elkaar in de klassieke onderzoeksstructuren maar zelden ontmoeten, daarbij inbegrepen het creëren van nieuwe internationale onderzoeksverbanden. 
Role Researcher Funding
Other grant (government funding): sponsored by FWO
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Projectleider: Jürgen Pieters (Universiteit Gent)
  • en neerlandici aan universiteiten in Louvain-la-Neuve
  • Antwerpen
  • Leuven
  • Leiden en Nijmegen
Project:
CODL: An International Network Studying the Circulation of Dutch Literature 01.11.2012 to 01.11.2015
General project description

 


Modern research into Dutch literary culture of the past and the present requires a transnational approach. CODL (2012-2015) will help to create favourable conditions for this approach. The pilot Beatrijs Internationaal (2009-2011) has created a dynamics of cooperation and exchange in the increasingly international field of Dutch Studies. With a new project we want to seize this momentum in order to set up a large scale European research project, to be executed within an international research network. This new project will deal with the question how literary texts from a relatively small language area, such as that of Dutch, circulate internationally in different periods. At the same time it will look at the possibilities and difficulties of research on international cultural transfer.

 
Role Researcher
Individual project description

A number of participants will be involved in CODL on an individual or institutional basis, many of whom have taken actively part in Beatrijs Internationaal. I am one of the participants in the Netherlands.

Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
External project members:
  • projectleiders: Dr. O. Réthelyi (Eötvös Loránd Universiteit
  • Budapest)
  • Dr. T. van Kalmthout (HuygensING) and prof. dr. E. Brems (HUB
  • KULeuven)
Project:
Camerata trajectina in the Dutch Song Database 01.05.2014 to 01.02.2015
General project description

Met deze NWO KIEM-aanvraag (Creatieve Industrie – Kennis Innovatie Mapping) gaan Louis Grijp, Camerata Trajectina, Els Stronks en de muziekdistributiemaatschappij New Arts International  alle 900 opnamen van middelnederlandse en vroegmoderne liederen die Camerata Trajectina de afgelopen veertig jaar maakte koppelen aan de Liederenbank.


De markt voor de cd’s – waarop de opnames oorspronkelijk zijn verschenen – is aan het krimpen. In de drukbezochte Liederenbank (www.liederenbank.nl) kunnen de nog steeds waardevolle opnames worden afgespeeld, aangeschaft en voor een nieuw publiek ontsloten worden. Middelbare scholieren kunnen de Liederenbank bijvoorbeeld gebruiken als er werkstukken moeten worden geschreven: Camerata's herinterpretaties van liederen over de
Tachtigjarige Oorlog, de VOC, van Bredero en Hooft, enz. lenen zich uitstekend voor educatieve doeleinden, en de koppeling met de muziekopnames zal gebruikt worden om die educatieve functie te versterken.


Op zondagmiddag 30 november zal het resultaat worden gepresenteerd tijdens het jubileumconcert van Camerata Trajectina in de Utrechtse Geertekerk. Tevens komt er een bijeenkomst voor andere muziekgroepen en -maatschappijen om te zien of het model van koppeling van muziekopnamen aan onderzoeksdatabases verder kan worden uitgebouwd en toegepast.

 
Role Researcher Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
Project:
Annotated Books Online: A Collaboratory for the Study of Reading and the Circulation of Ideas in Early Modern Europe 01.10.2011 to 01.11.2014
General project description

This collaborative project offers a virtual research environment (www.annotatedbooksonline.com) and publication platform for a young and growing field in cultural history: the study of early modern reading practices. Partners are Paul Dijstelberge (Amsterdam), Arnthony Grafton (Princeton), Lisa Jardine, Jürgen Pieters (Gent), Bill Sherman (York), Els Stronks (Utrecht) and Garrelt Verhoeven (Amsterdam). 


Proceeding from the idea that reading constitutes a crucial form of intellectual exchange, the collaborators will collect and enhance evidence of how readers used their books to build knowledge and assimilate ideas. This is especially pertinent since the early modern period, just like the twenty-first century, saw the revolutionary rise of a new medium of communication which helped shape cultural formation and intellectual freedom. Although widely recognized as a promising approach with important theoretical implications, currently the study of reading practices still largely depends on individual researchers, whose work is seriously hampered by the limited access to an inherently fragmented body of material. The proposed collaboratory will connect scholarly expertise and provide added value to digital sources through user-generated content (e.g. explanatory material or fuller scholarly syntheses) in an electronic environment specifically designed for research and teaching purposes. It will offer, in short, an academic Wikipedia for the history of reading and the circulation of ideas. The project will create a transnational platform that enables scholars to (1) view, connect and study annotated books and readers' notes, (2) offer training to students and young researchers in handling readers' traces, and (3) make results freely accessible for teaching purposes, as well as for broader general interest by means of exhibitions, digital presentations and general publications. In order to expand this structural network, the principal partners in the collaboratory will prepare an application for a Marie Curie Initial Training Network.


Zie: http://www.annotatedbooksonline.com

 
Role Researcher Funding
NWO grant: Internationalization Grant Humanities, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Paul Dijstelberge (Amsterdam)
  • Anthony Grafton (Princeton)
  • Lisa Jardine (UCL
  • London)
  • Jürgen Pieters (Gent)
  • Garrelt Verhoeven (Amsterdam)
Project:
A Longitudinal Approach to Transnational Literatures: The Dutch Case 23.10.2012 to 25.10.2013
General project description

This workshop explores the dynamics between the production of national literatures and the globalizing of cultures and identities. Our aim is to make an important new contribution to a rapidly growing field by opting for a longitudinal approach (presenting Dutch-language literature as a case study. The national literature of the Netherlands but also the literature written by Dutch-speaking authors in Belgium, Suriname and (up to the early 20 century) South Africa is not particularly well known internationally, but selected authors are. Some of them owe their success mainly to extra-literary circumstances (e.g. Ruusbroec, Van Gogh, Anne Frank, Hirsi Ali), others to the efforts and impact of powerful intermediary countries and institutions (e.g. Nooteboom's international success through Germany) or to the fact that they wrote in the international linga franca of their time (Grotius, Spinoza). What are the challenges and opportunities facing writers from a minor literature on the international field? Selected papers will appear in a special issue of the Open Access Journal of Dutch Literature.

 
Role Researcher Funding
Other grant (government funding): NIAS/KNAW
Project members UU
External project members:
  • prof. dr. Thomas Vaessens (UvA)
Project:
Dutch Songs On Line 01.07.2009 to 01.07.2013
General project description

A large, fully searchable, and easily accessible database concerning Dutch song will provide much-needed national and international access to an important part of the Dutch national heritage. The applicants (prof. dr. L.P. Grijp, dr. D. van der Poel, dr. R. van Stipriaan, drs. M. de Bruin, dr. A. Leerintveld and dr. E. Stronks) propose to create such a database containing complete transcriptions and scans of 100,000 Dutch songs. The new database - 'Database Dutch Songs On Line' (DDSOL) - will stimulate research into Dutch song culture which draws on the increased opportunities provided by advances in technology which have significantly altered and especially broadened the scope of research in the humanities. The DDSOL will combine the work done by the Nederlandse Liederenbank (NLB, Dutch Song Database) and the Digitale Bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse Letteren (DBNL, Digital Library for Dutch Literature). The current internet version of the NLB - the most recent result of an NWO-project started in 1986 at the Utrecht University and continued by the Meertens Instituut with other organizations - has already put scholarship in the Netherlands at the international forefront of developments in the digitization of song culture. The NLB is unique not only for its size (one of the largest world wide) but especially for the richness of searchable metadata it provides on the songs it contains. However, it has one key deficiency: it contains very few transcriptions of the songs themselves. Individual songs (texts and melodies) are ultimately the key for studying song culture as a whole. The proposed project intends to address this need by coordinating two existing data sets, those of the DBNL and the NLB, and significantly expanding them into a comprehensive new database by adding a new, large data set with full transcriptions, links to scans and contextual information. The search possibilities of DDSOL will enable researchers to reconstruct networks of melodies and lyrics within the corpus. The applicants, together with a group of affiliated scholars, over the course of the project will produce two thematic volumes containing studies on religious and profane song culture. These studies will shed new light on the relationship between song and the formation and shaping of groups and group identities in Dutch society from the Middle Ages to the 19th century. Their central hypothesis will be that songs are an important factor in constructing social identity, and that such social identity (tied to confession, class, age, profession and gender), as well as shifts in it through time, can be traced through the ways in which the songs are intertwined, in patterns of production and reception, and in performance. The research program will also result in an English-language monograph, and several journal articles on the technical aspects of the project. The research done within the project will provide the foundational material for an ambitious culminating volume, 'A History of Dutch Song', to be written after 2013.

 
Role Supervisor Funding
NWO grant: NWO Middelgroot
Project members UU
External project members:
  • drs M. de Bruin
  • dr R. van Stipriaan
  • dr A. Leerintveld
Project:
Open Access voor De zeventiende eeuw (NWO) 01.04.2011 to 01.04.2013
General project description
Het tijdschrift De zeventiende eeuw van de Werkgroep Zeventiende Eeuw zal met behulp van deze NWO subsidie een Open Access variant krijgen, die vanaf januari 2012 door Igitur aangeboden zal worden. 
Role Project Leader Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
Project:
EMIT-X: Early-Modern Image and Text eXchange (CLARIN-NL) 01.03.2012 to 01.03.2013
General project description
In the Early-Modern period images and texts were thought of as closely related. In books, paintings
and buildings they were often used jointly in an effort to talk both to the mind and to the senses. A prime example of this bimedial culture is the emblem book. Research of the intertwining of visual and textual traditions in the emblem has profited immensely from digitization efforts, for digital editions facilitate complex searches in large corpora of emblems. The Emblem Project Utrecht (EPU) digitized Dutch emblems books, and other corpora were published by groups elsewhere in Europe and the US. In a community effort coordinated in the Open Emblem Group, an exchange format has been designed to facilitate the aggregation of material from individual projects. EMIT-X will implement this exchange format in an OAI data provider, facilitating sharing and re-use of the EPU data and preparing the way for related projects elsewhere. In the Early-Modern period images and texts were thought of as closely related. In books, paintings
and buildings they were often used jointly in an effort to talk both to the mind and to the senses. A prime example of this bimedial culture is the emblem book. Research of the intertwining of visual and textual traditions in the emblem has profited immensely from digitization efforts, for digital editions facilitate complex searches in large corpora of emblems. The Emblem Project Utrecht (EPU) digitized Dutch emblems books, and other corpora were published by groups elsewhere in Europe and the US. In a community effort coordinated in the Open Emblem Group, an exchange format has been designed to facilitate the aggregation of material from individual projects. EMIT-X will implement this exchange format in an OAI data provider, facilitating sharing and re-use of the EPU data and preparing the way for related projects elsewhere.
 
Role Project Leader & Researcher & Contact Funding
Other grant (government funding): CLARIN-NL
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Peter Boot (HuygensING)
Project:
CLARIN’s Turn Towards The Literary Text (workshop, CLARIN-NL) 29.10.2012 to 29.10.2012
General project description
 
Role Researcher Funding
Other grant (government funding)
Project members UU
Project:
Dutch Love Emblems on the Internet (NWO) 01.01.2003 to 31.12.2011
General project description
 
Role Project Leader & Researcher Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
Project:
he Religious Emblem Tradition in the Low Countries in the Light of Herman Hugo's Pia Desideria 01.07.2007 to 20.11.2011
General project description

The development of the love emblem in the Netherlands, from c. 1600 onwards, can be seen a as manifestation of the successful literary relationship between the northern and southern part of the Low Countries. The commercial success of Plantijn's first Dutch translations of emblem books, published in Antwerp, continued after 1600 with the publication of original Dutch volumes published in Leiden and Amsterdam. Initially the Dutch love emblems were mainly Petrarchist in tone and content. The suffering of the lover caused by the whimsical hard-heartedness of the beloved is expressed in clever antitheses and paradoxes. The perspective of the male lover is dominant, although his role is that of victim. Often it is the male feelings that predominate. The many early volumes of love emblems that rolled off the presses were intended for the "courting youth" young men and women in search of a spouse. The heyday of love emblems also brought the publication of several volumes containing both emblems and songs. Hooft's Emblemata amatoria is one example (with 71 pages devoted to emblems and 73 to songs and sonnets), but also the less ambitiously published Cupido's lusthof (Cupid's Garden of Delight) of 1613. Combination volumes like these allowed for optimal social use. As the genre evolved, the playful and often Petrarchist tone of the first volumes made way for greater seriousness. In 1615 the love emblem acquired a new dimension with the publication of Vaenius's Amoris divini emblemata, a free adaptation of his previously published Amorum emblemata. Religious love emblematics was thereafter to a large extent influenced by Cats's Sinne- en minnebeelden (first published in 1618) and by Hugo's Pia desideria (1624). Hugo's Pia desideria would become the most influential emblem book published after Alciato's Emblematum liber (1531): the book was reprinted 49 times, and 90 translations and adaptations were published all over Europe. Yet, the relationship between the profane love emblems, Vaenius's Amoris divini emblemata en Hugo's Pia desideria have never been studied systematically, although some partial efforts were made. The way in which the Pia desideria was used to help shape and form the Contra-Reformation in the South, as well as the way in which these emblems manifested themselves in the North have not been the focus of recent research. The 'Pia Desideria Project' is aiming to change this situation by publishing:
* a digital, fully searchable edition of the Pia desideria with translations (by G. Huijing)
* a doctorate thesis on the position and role of the Pia desideria in the South (by Lien Roggen, supervised by Marc van Vaeck)
* a doctorate thesis on its role in the North (by Feike Dietz, supervised by Arie Gelderblom and Els Stronks, titled 'Emblematic Dynamics in the Seventeenth Century: Word, Image, Religion' )
* organizing a conference to conclude to project, focusing on related research on the Pia desideria in the rest of Europe (organized by Marc van Vaeck en Els Stronks)

 
Role Project Leader Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
Project:
Curating the Dutch Songs Database 01.03.2011 to 31.08.2011
General project description

The Dutch Song Database (DSD) is a database with metadata on 140.000 songs and their 15.000 sources, such as songbooks. Built and rebuilt over a period of more than 25 years, this database was enlarged and enriched in many stages and projects, with grants from (among others) NWO and OCW. The DSD was published online in 2007. During the individual projects, parts of the DSD were adjusted to modern times, but never the time was found to curate the database as a whole, that is to make it compliant to the current standards. The model used to describe songs is internationally seen as a desirable one, yet because of the lack of standards the DSD has few possibilities for (international) collaboration. ‘Curating the Dutch Song Database’ creatives new perspectives in this, starting with participating in CLARIN-EU Search&Develop’s Multimedia/Multimodal Demonstrator

 
Role Project Leader Funding
Other: CLARIN-NL
Project members UU
Project:
Negotiating Differences: Word, Image and Religion in the Dutch Republic 01.09.2009 to 01.09.2010
General project description

Negotiating Differences: Word, Image and Religion in the Dutch Republic (NWO, 2009-2010) In this monograph, a number of culturally oriented literary studies on developments in the seventeenth-century and eighteenth-century Dutch religious emblem serves to investigate the function of literature in the shaping of religious identities and, more in particular, in the managing and containing of confessional conflicts in the Dutch Republic. This monograph will consist of an introduction on its thesis and the Dutch emblem, and chapters on four crucial phases in the history of the Dutch religious emblem. Clearly, Dutch Protestant emblematics suffered a problematic start due to the fact that the religious emblems gave rise to (new) iconoclastic sentiments. The Protestant emblematists lived and worked in a tradition that dictated reserve with regard to imagery in the perception of faith; the religious emblem challenged this tradition. Nevertheless, being confronted with the enormous success of the religious emblem in the Southern Netherlands, Protestants emblematists such as Cats, De Brune, Heyns and Van Hoogstraten tried different strategies to get around ideological barriers. After 1680, a new interest in the Roman Catholic legacy arose amongst Protestant emblematists and their audience. This led to the publication of emblem books which advocated the combination of the characteristics of one religious denominations with those of another. This especially concerned the acceptation of images as a means to bolster confessional faith and adding emotional overtones to it. It can be assumed that the Protestants took advantage of a tacit and newly reached agreement on deploying images as an aid to the believer's memory and inner life. The success of Luyken's religious emblems serves to illustrate this development. There were certainly limits to this process of appropriation, but as the Enlightenment set in, new possibilities occurred, bridging the gap between the denominations even further. In a society where the analogical, emblematic of looking at nature and the world was more and more abandoned, the religious emblem flourished in new forms and shapes in emblem books made by for instance Spinniker, Graauwhart and Klinkhamer, indicating a new balance between different denominations. The final chapter will be dedicated to some reflections on the history as reconstructed in chapter 1 to 4, and on the relevance of this history for contemporary discussions on culture, identity and religion.

 
Role Researcher Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
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Currently prof. dr. Els Stronks teaches the following course(s):
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Additional functions and activities

Els Stronks is member of the board of the Internationale Vereniging voor Neerlandistiek en CLARIN-NL, and member of the Adviescommissie Geschiedenis en Letteren, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.

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