The Dutch poet, novelist and travel writer will be granted his fourth honorary doctorate.
Students from two British Universities translated an extract from the most recent novel of the Surinamese Dutch writer Tessa Leuwsha.
Lovers of Frisian literature and translation gathered at University College London for an evening of Frisian culture around the great new bilingual anthology Swallows and Floating Horses.
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.
For six weeks J. Bernlef was ‘writer in residence' at University College London. But what has a writer to do with a university?
Academics from all over the world gathered in London to talk about the language, arts, literature and history of Flanders and the Netherlands.
Ernst Heinrich Kossmann (1922-2003) was one of the most outstanding Dutch historians of the post-war era. He was also a central figure in Anglo-Dutch relations, both while he taught Dutch history at University College London in the early si...
The legacy of the Dutch historians Johan Huizinga and Pieter Geyl can hardly be overestimated.
Reinier Salverda scrutinises the translation of what still is “the greatest novel ever in Dutch literature”.
Our selection of recent university press publications in English on the Low Countries.
The first organised slave revolt on the American continent to a colonial governor took place in Berbice, now part of Guyana.
Interest in the work of Flemish woodcut artist Frans Masereel has increased substantially in the US and the UK. Masereel biographer Joris van Parys knows how that came about.
The United Kingdom and The Netherlands' shared history has a big and often funny impact on each other's language.
Between the two world wars, a strange kind of snobbery arose among the Colombian elite: the siren call of distant Brussels.
In her masterful novel 'Your Story, My Story' Dutch author Connie Palmen gives Ted Hughes a voice.