The Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands searched its collection for traces of slavery and colonial history.
The Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library and Plantin-Moretus Museum put a substantial part of their collection accessible online.
Research institute Huygens ING will set up a new website to access and study medieval manuscripts in Dutch collections.
Five hundred years after his birth, publishers can still learn from his cultural entrepreneurship.
The speech of festival director Viktorien van Hulst at the seminar ‘Indonesia and the Netherlands: a joint future’.
PhD Researcher Grace Leksana reflects on the speech by Gert Oostindie at the seminar 'Indonesia and the Netherlands: a joint future'.
Gert Oostindie spoke of the contemporary significance of the colonial past at the seminar 'Indonesia and the Netherlands: a joint future'.
Why are the Dutch so crazy about cycling? We tell you all about it in the first episode of The Low Countries Radio.
The Museum of Natural Sciences in Brussels is a must-see for every single person who cherishes our planet.
The small cemeteries in and around Ypres provide a unique way of understanding the First World War.
Between 1816 and 1919, Neutral Moresnet was a geographical curiosity on the border triangle between Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
Despite the English conquest of the northeast coast of North America in 1664, the Dutch language continued to thrive in New York and northern New Jersey for generations, persisting into the twentieth century in certain areas.