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Hatem Akil and Simone Maddanu, editors of Global Modernity from Coloniality to Pandemic (Amsterdam University Press, 2022)
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Jannis Julien Grimm, author of Contested Legitimacies (Amsterdam University Press, 2022)
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Piers Baker-Bates and Irene Brooke, editors of Portrait Cultures of the Early Modern Cardinal (Amsterdam University Press, 2021)
"It was a pleasure working with all the other people at Amsterdam University Press. We are really happy with the result and glad that the book is available already to a wide audience through Open Access."
Mario Damen and Kim Overlaet, editors of Constructing and Representing Territory in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Amsterdam University Press, 2021)
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Csilla Ariese and Magdalena Wroblewska, authors of Practicing Decoloniality in Museums (Amsterdam University Press, 2021)
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Gary Waller, author of The Female Baroque in Early Modern English Literary Culture (Amsterdam University Press, 2020)
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Simon Wickhamsmith, author of Politics and Literature in Mongolia (1921-1948) (Amsterdam University Press, 2020)
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Sebastian Vehlken, author of Zootechnologies: A Media History of Swarm Research (Amsterdam University Press, 2019)
“The range of works that AUP (and your partner Arc Humanities Press) is publishing is wonderful. You are really taking medieval and Early Modern studies publishing in new directions – well done.”
Elizabeth Freeman, Senior Lecturer in Medieval European History, University of Tasmania
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Gregory Bracken, author of the Amsterdam University Press books Asian Cities: Colonial to Global (2015), volume editor Ancient and Modern Practices of Citizenship in Asia and the West (2018), co-editor Future Challenges of Cities in Asia (2019) and volume editor Contemporary Practices of Citizenship in Asia and the West (2020)
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Wendy Mee, author of Cross-border Mobility (Amsterdam University Press, 2019)
“I have found working with AUP a real pleasure and extremely stress-free, and am completely pleased with the final product which is clearly very high quality. I think it handles like a very "desirable" volume.”
Josephine Billingham, author of Infanticide in Tudor and Stuart England (Amsterdam University Press, 2019)