125-2/3 (2010)

Hieronder vindt u de artikelen die verschenen zijn in BMGN – LCHR 125-2/3 (2010).

  • Klaas van Berkel & Leonie de Goei, The International Relevance of Dutch History: Introduction
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  • Willem Frijhoff, The Relevance of Dutch History, or: Much in Little? Reflections on the Practice of History in the Netherlands
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  • Bas van Bavel, The Medieval Origins of Capitalism in the Netherlands
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  • Klaas van Berkel, The Dutch Republic. Laboratory of the Scientific Revolution
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  • Maarten Prak, The Dutch Republic as a Bourgeois Society
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  • Wijnand Mijnhardt, Urbanization, Culture and the Dutch Origins of the European Enlightenment
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  • Wim van den Doel, The Dutch Empire. An Essential Part of World History
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  • Remieg Aerts, Civil Society or Democracy? A Dutch Paradox
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  • James Kennedy & Jan Zwemer, Religion in the Modern Netherlands and the Problems of Pluralism
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  • Mineke Bosch, Domesticity, Pillarization and Gender. Historical Explanations for the Divergent Pattern of Dutch Women’s Economic Citizenship
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  • Ido de Haan, Imperialism, Colonialism and Genocide. The Dutch Case for an International History of the Holocaust
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  • Marlou Schrover, Pillarization, Multiculturalism and Cultural Freezing. Dutch Migration History and the Enforcement of Essentialist Ideas
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  • Henk te Velde, The International Relevance of Dutch History: Closing Comments
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