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

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, the General Delegation of the Government of Flanders to the USA, Columbia University, and the University of Amsterdam.

Book Announcement: Hubert P. van Tuyll, _Small Countries in a Big Power World: The Belgian-Dutch Conflict at Versailles, 1919_

Congratulations to our colleague Hubert P. van Tuyll, my fellow Reviews Editor for H-Low Countries, on the publication of his latest book. Hartelijk gefeliciteerd, Hubert!



Call for Articles: Early Modern Low Countries

In the spring of 2017, Early Modern Low Countries (EMLC) will publish its first issue. This new open access journal will appear in two installments every year, containing high-quality, original scholarship for an international readership on any aspect of the history and culture of the Low Countries between 1500 and 1800.

Dissertation Research Materials in Russian-Dutch Relations, 17th Century

Forwarded from Stuart Kurland

In response to my post about an unfinished 50-year old dissertation in Russian-Dutch relations, a number of scholars reached out and graciously offered to keep potentially useful historical material from being discarded. I am happy to report that this material has now found a new home, with Professor Kees Boterbloem of the University of South Florida.


"From Pavonia to the Garden State: New Jersey's Dutch Past" - New Netherlands Institute comes to NJ - Sept. 22 - 24, 2016

"From Pavonia to the Garden State: New Jersey's Dutch Past," the 39th Annual Conference of the New Netherland Institute, will take place in the state of New Jersey. Located between the Hudson and Delaware Rivers, New Jersey has often been neglected in favor of more dramatic developments to the east and west.


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