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BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review is the leading academic journal for the history of the Netherlands, Belgium and their global presence. The journal publishes research about broad and important issues in the history of the Low Countries and seeks to do so in a wider comparative and international context. BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review aims to present the best historical scholarship of both junior and senior scholars. The journal accommodates all historical subdisciplines, covers the history of the Low Countries since the Middle Ages, and accepts contributions in Dutch and English.

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Read here: articles of Esther Baakman and Philip Post within the series 'Historicising the Dutch Defense of Slavery'

2023-12-06

1 July 2023 marked the start of a year commemorating the 160-year anniversary of the Dutch legal abolition of colonial slavery. The diverse contributions in this series add an analysis of those who defended slavery to the history of abolition. The series aims to make a meaningful contribution to the tradition of public commemorations of abolition, the transnational nature of this past, and their corresponding special issues.

Read more about Read here: articles of Esther Baakman and Philip Post within the series 'Historicising the Dutch Defense of Slavery'

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Vol. 139 (2024): Book Reviews
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