The latest issue of the multidisciplinary open-access journal Early Modern Low Countries (EMLC) is now available online! EMLC is dedicated to the study of the history and culture of the Low Countries between 1500 and 1830. It is published by Uopen Journals and appears twice a year. If you want to stay informed about new issues or other developments please take a few moments to register.
EMLC is a peer-reviewed journal. We will consider new contributions in the fields of history, literary studies, art history, and related areas of study. We also welcome suggestions for book reviews or notes. If you want to contribute to EMLC please visit the website.
Volume 3, issue 1 (2019) articles:
The Old Indies at the French Court: Johan Maurits’s Gift to Louis XIV
From Guild to Society: The Foundation of Confrerie Pictura in The Hague Revisited
Found through Translation: Female Translators and the Construction of ‘Relational Authority’ in the Eighteenth-Century Dutch Republic
Lieke van Deinsen and Beatrijs Vanacker
When a Female Pope Meets a Biconfessional Town: Protestantism, Catholicism and Popular Polemics in the 1630s
Delimitation of the ‘Public’ and Freedom of Conscience: Catholics’ Survival Tactics in Legal Discourses in Utrecht, 1630-1659
In addition, each issue of the journal contains numerous reviews.
Early Modern Low Countries is an initiative of the Study Group Seventeenth Century and the Dutch-Belgian Society For Eighteenth-Century Studies. For information about the journal you can visit our website or contact one of the members of our team of editors.