Additionally, the editors have established the Yearbook De Zeventiende Eeeuw, published by Verloren.
De Zeventiende Eeuw is the only peer-reviewed, open access journal for the study of the cultural history of the early modern Low Countries. Appearing biannually since 1985, the journal seeks to publish up to twenty original articles each year, either in English or in Dutch. Interdisciplinary in scope, it covers a wide range of subjects pertaining to the rich material and immaterial legacy of the Netherlands in the long seventeenth century, including literature, religion, political and intellectual history, and the visual arts.
Interested in publishing an article or book reviews in De Zeventiende Eeuw? Do not hesitate to contact the editors. Proposals for theme issues will be considered.
The editors of Early Modern Low Countries (EMLC) invite scholars working in this field to submit a paper of 6-8,000 words to this new journal. Read more here.
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