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Interdisciplinary Conference on Netherlandic Studies (9th : 1998 : University of Wisconsin)


  • Interdisciplinary Conference on Netherlandic Studies (9th : 1998 : University of Wisconsin)

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  • "... selected papers presented at the Ninth Interdisciplinary Conference on Netherlandic Studies at University of Wisconsin, Madison in May, 1998"--Pref.
  • Includes bibliographical references.


  • A Literary History or a Literary History / Wiljan van den Akker, Gillis J. Dorleijn -- The Movement of the Eighties, Thirty Years After: On Literary History and the Reproduction of Norms / Gillis J. Dorleijn, Wiljan van den Akker -- Travelers and Travel Liars in Eighteenth-Century Dutch Literature / Ton J. Broos -- Discussions with the Literary Past: Attitudes of the Gruppe 47 and the Vijftigers towards Earlier Literary Movements / Katherine Ebel -- The Administration of Parochial Charity in Burgundian Flanders / Michael Galvin -- (Re-)Writing History in Flanders during World War II / Dirk de Geest -- Rembrandt's World History Illustrated by Merian / Amy Golahny -- Myth and Afrikaner Idealization in Dutch Historical Novels / Wilfred Jonckheere -- A Distorted History: Notes on the Marginalization of some Afrikaans Literary Texts during the Time of "The First Afrikaans Movement" (1875-1906) in South Africa / Danie Jordaan -- Literature and Nineteenth-Century History: Darwin and the Dutch Novel (1860-1910) / Mary G. Kemperink -- Linguistics as Politics: On the Role of Alternative Approaches within Dutch Linguistics / Robert S. Kirsner -- A History of Dutch Jewry before the Holocaust: Emancipation, Assimilation, Integration? / Arthur L. Loeb -- Customizing One's Voice: Languages in Migrant Writing / Henriette Louwerse -- French Loanwords in Dutch: The Mouth is Mightier than the Pen / Kristin Lovrien-Meuwese -- No More Magic: On the Interpretation of Dutch 60s Poetry / Bertram Mourits
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