Gert Jan Bestebreurtje is a rare bookdealer in Vianen near Utrecht specializing in old and rare books on voyages and travel and Dutch colonial history. You can explore their collection via catalogues that they have published online with topics ranging from Africa, Americas, China, Indonesia, Japan, Middle East, and Russia to the Dutch East and West India Company, Marine History, and Slavey and the Slave Trade to Marine Art, Maps, and Travel accounts
In this 2014 address Russell Shorto, author of The Island at the Center of the World: The Epic Story of Dutch Manhattan and the Forgotten Colony that Shaped America (2004) and, most recently, of Amsterdam: A History of the World's Most Liberal City (2013), explores the Dutch cultural heritage of Amsterdam and its influence on Albany, New York.
De Zeventiende Eeuw, the peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the Werkgroep Zeventiende Eeuw (Study Group Seventeenth Century), publishes original articles on the cultural history of the seventeenth-century Northern and Southern Netherlands from an interdisciplinary perspective. Articles focus on Dutch and neo-Latin literature, art history, religion, and cultural history in the broadest sense of the word. Articles can be submitted in either Dutch or English.
The BMGN-LCHR (Bijdragen en Mededelingen betreffende de geschiedenis der Nederlanden - Low Countries Historical Review), published since 1877 by the Koninklijk Nederlands Historisch Genootschap (KNHG) accepts contributions in both Dutch and English on all aspects
Dutch Crossing, published since 1977, is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal, devoted to all aspects of Low Countries studies: history and art history of all periods, Dutch and Flemish (plus Afrikaans) literary and cultural studies, and intercultural and transnational studies. Coverage includes both the Netherlands and Belgium, as well as other places where Dutch historically had or continues to have an impact, including parts of the Americas, Southern Africa and South-East Asia.
The Canadian Journal of Netherlandic Studies / Revue canadienne d’études néerlandaises (CJNS/RCÉN) is published twice a year by the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Netherlandic Studies / Association canadienne pour l’avancement des études néerlandaises (CAANS-ACAEN).
The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Netherlandic Studies / Association canadienne pour l'avancement des études néerlandaises (CAANS/ACAEN) aims to stimulate an awareness of, and interest in, Netherlandic culture and to facilitate the gathering and dissemination of information in the areas of interest of the organization.
Historians of Netherlandish Art (HNA) is an international organization that aims to foster communication and collaboration among historians of Northern European art from medieval to modern times. Its membership comprises scholars, teachers, museum professionals, art dealers, publishers, book dealers, and collectors throughout the world. The art and architecture of the Netherlands (Dutch and Flemish), and of Germany and France, as it relates to the Netherlands, from about 1350 to 1750, forms the core of members' interests.
The ALCS promotes the scholarly study of the language, culture, history and society of the Low Countries. It represents the interests of Low Countries Studies in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.