On 2 July the Landschapsbiografie van de
(Landscape Biography of the Drentsche Aa) will be published. The book is all about the only Dutch landscape that combines nature, agriculture and living villages.
, professor of Landscape History and director of the Centre for Landscape Studies at the Faculty of Arts, and historical geographer Hans Elerie made major contributions to the volume.
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Zito Ysenbaert is the first winner of the Gerrit Krol Award, the University of Groningen (UG) essay competition.
Before we met, historian and philosopher Philipp Blom was told that he would be interviewed about his work and mission. Work okay, but a mission? ‘I don’t have one,’ says Philipp Blom on the phone from Vienna in fluent Dutch. ‘I’m curious and I like...
Journalist and TV producer Ad van Liempt describes in his biography how Albert Gemmeker, commander of Westerbork camp during the war, got away with his actions, but lived in fear of new punishment every day for years in Germany.