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The department's research interests are varied, broadly encompassing: Dutch language and literature in all periods but with a focus on Dutch Renaissance and Golden Age literature (16/17th century) and 20th century literature; gender studies and colonial and post-colonial literature; Dutch and Belgian political and cultural history, especially the modern and contemporary period; intercultural and transnational studies; translation studies and comparative literature; and research into the teaching of Dutch as a foreign language and distance education as well as digital humanities. The following list is a selection of research outputs by members of staff of UCL Dutch.
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