Call for Applications: Dutch language-course in June 2018 at Columbia University for Graduate Students (tuition-free)

Applications are invited for a month-long course in modern Dutch, early modern Dutch/paleography, and archival research in Belgium (Flanders)*, each section of which can be taken separately. The course is free-of-charge. Funding has been provided through the Nederlandse Taalunie and by the University of Amsterdam.

 

New open access book: From Revolt to Riches: Culture and History of the Low Countries, 1500–1700

UCL Press is delighted to announce a new open access book that may be of interest to readers of this list,  From Revolt to Riches: Culture and History of the Low Countries, 1500–1700. Download it free, or purchase print from: https://goo.gl/9xLBaI

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Web Resources: BALaT (comment)

This resource was announced in our sister list, H-HistBibl
 
It looks like a valuable resource, but if you try it, remember that even though the search screen may be in English, search terms must be either in French, for items catalogued in  Walloon parts of Belgium or Dutch, for times catalogued in the Flemish parts of Belgium even though the search screen may be in English.
 
 
 
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New Open Access Book: _Discord and Consensus in the Low Countries, 1700-2000_

****Apologies for any cross-posting****

UCL Press is delighted to announce the publication of an open access book that may be of interest to members of this list: Discord and Concensus in the Low Countries. 

Download free: http://bit.ly/discordandconsensus 

CfP: Boundary Conditions in Netherlandish literature, language anc culture (MLA, Philadelphia, January 5-8, 2017)

Call for papers
 
BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN NETHERLANDISH LITERATURE, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
 
5–8 January 2017, Philadelphia
 
Sessions organized by the MLA Dutch Forum
 
At the 2017 convention of the Modern Language Association of America, the MLA Dutch  Forum will organize one or more sessions on the 2017 MLA Presidential theme ‘Boundary  Conditions’.

Symposium - Books and Print between Cultures, 1500-1900 (18-19 Sep., Amherst College)

 
Books and Print between Cultures, 1500-1900* 
Amherst College, Massachusetts, September 18-19, 2015
Keynote speaker: Sanjay Subrahmanyam (Distinguished Professor & Irving and Jean Stone Endowed Chair in Social Sciences, UCLA)
Organized by Yael Rice (Amherst College, History of Art & Asian Languages and Civilizations)
 
This interdisciplinary symposium will investigate the role that books (codices, rolls, scrolls, and other related media), prints, and

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