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Dutch Crossing: Journal of Low Countries Studies 36.1 (March 2012)

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Dutch Crossing : Journal of Low Countries Studies

After two special issues on new approaches in Netherlandic art history, for which we would like to thank Christine P. Sellin from the American Association for Netherlandic Studies (AANS) heartily for her meticulous guest-editing, this first issue of Dutch Crossing in 2012 is a ‘regular’ issue without an over-coupling theme. This is not to say that no connections could be made between the individual contributions, quite on the contrary.

Double Dutch! A free Festival in Hyde Park (28 Feb 2012)

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Double Dutch

A FREE FESTIVAL at: Serpentine Bar and Kitchen from 9-5pm and at the Kensington Gore Hotel from 5pm until late.

Anglo-Netherlands Society Annual Awards for students of Dutch

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Anglo Netherlands Prize

The Anglo-Netherlands Society has created these awards to recognize and reward outstanding work in the field of Dutch Studies at UK universities. The Society promotes the social, artistic, literary, educational, scientific and other non-political interests common to the UK and the Netherlands.

Impact in modern languages workshop at the IGRS (3 Feb 2012)

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IGRS

In the light of the important new element in REF2014 that is Impact, in the shape of the impact  statement and impact case studies, the Institute for Germanic and Romance Studies (IGRS) is proposing a regular series of workshops for colleagues in Modern Languages to come together to discuss their ideas and strategies. All colleagues in Modern Languages are welcome to attend these events, and we would also appreciate further offers, from throughout the UK, of talks/case studies to discuss at future workshops.On this occasion we welcome the following, who will speak for 15 minutes in this order, followed by discussion:

2011 ACLS Early Careers Researcher Essay Prize for Dirk Schoenaers

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Dirk Schoenaers

Dirk Schoenaers, Research Associate at UCL French, has won the 2011 Prize in the early career researcher category with an article on ‘The Middle Dutch Translation of Froissart’s Chronicle (c. 1450): Historiography in the Vernacular and the Ruling Elite of Holland’.

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