Feike Dietz, University of Amsterdam
Formerly known as Amsterdam Studies in the Dutch Golden Age, Studies in Early Modernity in the Netherlands explores the lively and diverse histories of the Northern and Southern Low Countries from the sixteenth until the eighteenth century. The series is multidisciplinary in nature: it provides innovative research on politics, religion, arts, literature, economics, knowledge, colonial expansion, warfare, as well as on the intersection of these different disciplines. The series also has a special interest in more transnational and comparative perspectives on the history and culture of the Netherlands. It welcomes ground-breaking studies both on the period's more well-known individuals and episodes (f.i. Rembrandt, Dutch Revolt) as well as less prominent, neglected, voices and perspectives (f.i. female, jewish or black histories).
This international peer-reviewed book series, formerly known as Amsterdam Studies in the Dutch Golden Age, is published by Amsterdam University Press in collaboration with the Amsterdam Centre for Studies in Early Modernity. The series editors are international scholars specialised in early modernity of the Netherlands. The series publishes monographs by renowned scholars as well as promising new researchers, and edited volumes.
Please note that publishing activities for this series have been moved to Studies in Early Modernity in The Netherlands.