3 edition of Historical research in the low countries found in the catalog.
Historical research in the low countries
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by N.C.F. van Sas and E. Witte.|
|Series||Bibliografische reeks van het Nederlands Historisch Genootschap ;, 8, Bibliografische reeks van het Nederlands Historisch Genootschap ;, no. 8.|
|Contributions||Sas, N. C. F. van., Witte, Els.|
|LC Classifications||DH95 .H575 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||92251004|
History of the Low Countries, history of the Low Countries from prehistoric times to For historical purposes, the name Low Countries is generally understood to include the territory of what are today the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg as well as parts of northern France. However, Belgium, although it was not constituted as an independent kingdom until , became a distinct entity. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Historical research in the low countries, The Hague: M. Nijhoff, (OCoLC) Document Type.
From Revolt to Riches Culture and History of the Low Countries, – Edited by Professor Theo Hermans, Professor of Dutch and Comparative Literature at UCL, and Director of the UCL Centre for Translation Studies and Professor Reinier Salverda, Director of the Fryske Akademy (KNAW) and Honorary Professor of Dutch Language and Literature, UCL and series edited by Ulrich . The history of the Low Countries is complex and interesting. It goes from the Merovings through many centuries of foreign rule to nowadays, when the former Low Countries form a kernel of the European Union. The book presents important facts and trends in the history /5(4).
The Low Countries History Yearbook Acta Historiae Neerlandicae. Editors; E. H. Kossmann; O. J. De Jong; A. Th. Van Deursen. Low Countries, coastal region of northwestern Europe, consisting of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. These are together known as the Benelux countries, from the initial letters of their names. The population density of the Low Countries is among the highest in Europe and in the world.
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They first appeared in the volumes VI-X of the Acta Historiae Neerlandicae (in renamed The Low Countries History Yearbook), a periodical published by the Dutch Historical Society with the objective of bringing new pUblications on the history of the Low Countries in the Dutch language to the attention of English-speaking historians.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Urban archaeology as a source for urban origins and early development in the Low Countries, / H.L. Janssen and F. Verhaeghe --The middle ages in the eighties / F.W.N. Hugenholtz --Recent witchcraft research in the Low Countries / M.
Gijswijt-Hofstra --Seventeenth-century Dutch. Complementing the entire collection are the library’s holdings of Low Countries periodicals. These consist of long runs of general titles central to the historical research of the Low Countries, specialist titles with a narrower geographical, topical or chronological scope.
‘City and Society in the Low Countries, – is the product of planning, knowledge and cooperation, just like the urban communities it so effectively explores. It offers an integrated historical analysis of urban life in its many forms, from migration to town planning, social relations to religious lives.
JuneWolfson Conference Suite, IHR Great Britain and the Low Countries share a large part of their histories. There are countless stories of political and economic rivalries and wars, stories of religious and political exile in both directions, but also of cultural exchange and influence.
Book Overview Osteoarchaeology is a rich field for reconstructing past lives in that it can provide details on sex, age-at-death, stature, and pathology in conjunction with the cultural, social, and economic aspects of the person's environment and burial conditions. Title Emblems of the low Countries: A Book Historical perspective.
Edition First Edition Volume 8. Editorial coordination by Alison ADAMS, Marleen VAN DER WEIJ Collection Glasgow Emblem Studies. Issue Language Anglais.
Publisher University of Glasgow. Title First Published 01/1/ BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review is the leading academic journal for the history of the Netherlands, Belgium and their global presence.
The journal publishes research about broad and important issues in the history of the Low Countries, and seeks to do so in a wider comparative and international context. The term Low Countries, also known as the Low Lands (Dutch: de Lage Landen, French: les Pays-Bas) and historically called the Netherlands (Dutch: de Nederlanden), Flanders, or Belgica, refers to a coastal lowland region in northwestern Europe forming the lower basin of the Rhine–Meuse–Scheldt delta and consisting of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.
They first appeared in the volumes VI-X of the Acta Historiae Neerlandicae (in renamed The Low Countries History Yearbook), a periodical published by the Dutch Historical Society with the objective of bringing new pUblications on the history of the Low Countries in the Dutch language to the attention of English-speaking : Springer Netherlands.
This book sketches the history of Europe's Low Countries, present-day Belgium and the Netherlands. There is more than sufficient reason to put the region's history into a single narrative.
It is true that "the Low Countries" possessed clearly delineated boundaries only afterand that they constituted a single political unit for but short.
The history of the smaller European countries is rather neglected in the teaching of European history at university level. We are therefore pleased to announce the publication of the first comprehensive history of the Low Countries - in English - from Roman Times to the present/5(6).
About the author/editor. Osteoarchaeology is a rich field for reconstructing past lives in that it can provide details on sex, age-at-death, stature, and pathology in conjunction with the cultural, social, and economic aspects of the person’s environment and burial conditions.
While osteoarchaeological research is common in the Low Countries, many of the studies done on the excellent skeletal collections remain Author: Roos van Oosten, Rachel Schats Kerry Fast. The Low Countries Seminar is an interdisciplinary group with wide-ranging interests in the history of the Netherlands and Belgium.
We include historians of art and literature as well as ‘straight’ historians, and are welcoming to students and the general public as well as scholars. The Paperback of the Historical Research in the Low Countries A Critical Survey by Alice C.
Carter at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. In the first full historical survey of the Benelux area to be written in English, Paul Arblaster describes the whole sweep of the history of the Low Countries, from Roman frontier provinces through to the establishment of the three constitutional monarchies of the present day.
In this revised and updated new edition, Arblaster:Cited by: - James D. Tracy, University of Minnesota The history of the smaller European countries is rather neglected in the teaching of European history at university level. We are therefore pleased to announce the publication of the first comprehensive history of the Low Countries - in English.
Here, from British historian and New Yorker senior writer Anthony Bailey is the dramatic story of the Low Countries - Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg - from the early days of nomads and barbarian invaders to the birth of towns and cities to the rise and decline of world prominence and finally to the dark and tragic days of World War II/5.
Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst’s letters from the Low Countriesthe ‘quarrels of my lord of Leicester’ and the rhetoric of political survival. Rivkah. The history of literature in Dutch begins with a poet who is known to us only from secondary sources, who belonged to both the pagan and Christian cultures, and who sang both psalms and epic verse.
That this first-known poet from the Low Countries, Bernlef, was afflicted with blindness endows him. For the Low Countries, we have a reasonable amount of data about the so-called ‘Medieval Warm Period’ and about the transition to the ‘Little ice Age’ that followed (Buisman, ).Book Description: The history of the smaller European countries is rather neglected in the teaching of European history at university level.
We are therefore pleased to announce the publication of the first comprehensive history of the Low Countries - in English - from Roman Times to the present.Welcome to Early Modern Low Countries (EMLC), a multidisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the study of the early modern Low Countries.
We publish state-of-the-art scholarship on any aspect of the turbulent history and vibrant culture of the region from about to from a variety of appears in two installments Zeventiende Eeuw and De Achttiende.