Forty years after his death, the novels of Louis Paul Boon, Flanders' most anti-authoritarian writer, are still worth reading.
Dutch studies is global: it is taught at some two hundred and twenty universities and institutes around the world. Collaboration in teaching and research is widely stimulated with the support of the International Association for Dutch Stud...
There are some literary works written in Dutch without which the narrative of literature in Europe is incomplete. Occupied City by the Flemish poet Paul van Ostaijen (1896-1928) is one of them. None of the standard textbooks on modernism i...
The Dutch poet, novelist and travel writer will be granted his fourth honorary doctorate.
Our selection of recent university press publications in English on the Low Countries.
In 2019 the oldest Centre for Dutch Studies in the UK, housed at the University College London (UCL), celebrates its centenary. One may ask if there is much cause for celebration.
The United Kingdom and The Netherlands' shared history has a big and often funny impact on each other's language.