Vol. 39, No. 1 (March 2015)

Table of Contents


Ulrich Tiedau


The Royal Households in the Habsburg Netherlands after the Departure of the Household of Burgundy: From the Entourages of the Governors-General to the Maison Royale de Bruxelles
José Eloy Hortal Muñoz, Koldo Trápaga Monchet 3-25
The Légion Hollandaise d’Orange: Dynastic networks, coalition warfare and the formation of the modern Netherlands, 1813–14
Mark Edward Hay 26-53
The use of history in Belgium and the Netherlands, 1946–1965: Presentism and Historicism in the Work of Jan Romein, Pieter Geyl and Leopold Flam
Jo Tollebeek 54-73
Dutch printer and publisher Joan Blaeu II (1596–1673) identified as the subject of a portrait by Michiel van Musscher
Robert E. Gerhardt 74-83
J. Bernlef and American poetry: Poetic-strategic mentions of Marianne Moore. A case study
Yves T’Sjoen 84-93


Evan Haefali – New Netherland and the Origins of Ameri-can Religious Liberty, Philadelphia: University of Philadelpha Press, 2012
Oliver Finnegan 95-96
Raingard Esser: The Politics of Memory: The Writing of Partition in the Seventeenth-Century Low Countries. Brill's Studies in Intellectual History 208. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2012. ISBN 978-9004208070
Eddy Verbaan 96-97
Luc Rombouts: Singing Bronze: A History of Carillon Music, Leuven: Lipsius, 2014
Jeroen Dewulf 97-98

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