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Boundaries and their meanings in the history of the Netherlands / edited by Benjamin Kaplan, Marybeth Carlson, Laura Cruz.

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    Series
    Studies in Central European histories ; 48
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Boston : Brill, 2009
    Locale
    Netherlands
    Contents
    Introduction: "Boundaries : real and imagined" / Laura Cruz and Hubert P. van Tuyll
    pt. 1. The golden age
    Divided loyalties : states-Brabant as a border country / C.O. van der Meij
    Geography unbound : boundaries and the exotic world in the early Enlightenment / Benjamin Schmidt
    Deciphering the Dutch in Deshima / Mia M. Mochizuki
    The transnational dispersal of the Walloon military aristocracy in the era of the Dutch revolt : the example of the Tserclaes of Tilly / John Theibault
    The geographic extent of the Dutch book trade in the 17th century : an old question revisited / Laura Cruz
    Pragmatic agents of empire : Dutch intercultural mediators among the Mohawks in seventeenth-century New Netherland / Mark Meuwese
    pt. 2. The modern age
    Neutral borders, neutral waters, neutral skies : protecting the territorial neutrality of the Netherlands in the Great War, 1914-1918 / Maartje M. Abbenhuis
    Last chance : Belgium at Versailles / Hubert P. van Tuyll
    The Dutch border areas, 1933-1945 : inducement for incidents or object of structural historiographical neglect? / Bob de Graaff
    "Our national community" : the dominance of organic thinking in the post-war Netherlands / Martin Bossenbroek
    Dwinegeri-multiculturalism and the colonial past (or: The cultural borders of being Dutch, part 1) / Susan Legene.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Kaplan, Benjamin J.
    Carlson, Marybeth.
    Cruz, Laura, 1969-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction: "Boundaries : real and imagined" / Laura Cruz and Hubert P. van Tuyll -- pt. 1. The golden age -- Divided loyalties : states-Brabant as a border country / C.O. van der Meij -- Geography unbound : boundaries and the exotic world in the early Enlightenment / Benjamin Schmidt -- Deciphering the Dutch in Deshima / Mia M. Mochizuki -- The transnational dispersal of the Walloon military aristocracy in the era of the Dutch revolt : the example of the Tserclaes of Tilly / John Theibault -- The geographic extent of the Dutch book trade in the 17th century : an old question revisited / Laura Cruz -- Pragmatic agents of empire : Dutch intercultural mediators among the Mohawks in seventeenth-century New Netherland / Mark Meuwese -- pt. 2. The modern age -- Neutral borders, neutral waters, neutral skies : protecting the territorial neutrality of the Netherlands in the Great War, 1914-1918 / Maartje M. Abbenhuis -- Last chance : Belgium at Versailles / Hubert P. van Tuyll -- The Dutch border areas, 1933-1945 : inducement for incidents or object of structural historiographical neglect? / Bob de Graaff -- "Our national community" : the dominance of organic thinking in the post-war Netherlands / Martin Bossenbroek -- Dwinegeri-multiculturalism and the colonial past (or: The cultural borders of being Dutch, part 1) / Susan Legene.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9789004176379
    9004176373 (hbk. : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    viii, 256 p. ; 25 cm.

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