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  2. Eßer, R. M., & Moerman, D. (2020). Was bis daher gepassiert solt vergessen und vergeben seir: Cross-border nobleman Sweder Schele's (1569-1639) accounts of army commanders during the Revolt in the Low Countries and Thirty Years' War. In R. Fagel, L. Alvarez Frances, & B. Santiago Belmonte (Eds.), Early Modern War Narratives and the Revolt in the Low Countries (pp. 169-201). ( Studies in Early Modern European History). Manchester University Press.
  3. Williams, M. (2020). The Perils of the Post Road: Diplomatic Couriers and the Informational Fabric of Early Modern Europe. In I. Nijenhuis, M. van Faassen, R. Sluijter, J. Gijsenbergh, & W. de Jong (Eds.), Information and Power in History: Towards a Global Approach (pp. 105-121). (Routledge Approaches to History). Routledge.
  4. Çakirlar, C., Rianne, B., Koolstra, F., Cohen, K., & Raemaekers, D. C. M. (2020). Dealing with domestic animals in the fifth millennium cal BC Dutch wetlands: New insights from old Swifterbant assemblages. In K. J. Gron, L. Sorensen, & P. Rowley-Conwy (Eds.), Farmers at the Frontier: A Pan-European Perspective on Neolithisation (pp. 263-287). Oxbow.
  5. Baets, de, A. (2020). De bever en de dam. In R. Huttinga, & A. Noordhof-Hoorn (Eds.), Hier sta ik, ik kan niet(s) anders: wetenschappers aan het woord over roeping en beroep (1 ed., pp. 12-13). Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
  6. Baets, de, A. (2020). Academische vrijheid tussen geschiedenis en mensenrechten. In K. van Berkel, & C. van Bruggen (Eds.), Academische vrijheid: Geschiedenis en actualiteit (pp. 15-32). Amsterdam: Boom.
  7. Santos Silva, M., & Eldridge II, S. (2020). The Ethics of Photojournalism in the Digital Age. (1st ed.) Abingdon: Routledge.
  8. Klooster, J., & Kuin, I. N. I. (Eds.) (2020). After the Crisis: Remembrance, Re-Anchoring and Recovery in Ancient Greece and Rome. (Bloomsbury Classical Studies Monographs). Bloomsbury Academic.
  9. Bieger, L. (2020). Public Space and Public Sphere. Paper presented at CityScripts Research Colloquium, Essen, Germany.
  10. Klooster, J., & Kuin, I. N. I. (2020). Introduction: What is a Crisis? Framing versus Experience. In J. Klooster, & I. N. I. Kuin (Eds.), After the Crisis: Remembrance, Re-Anchoring and Recovery in Ancient Greece and Rome (pp. 3-14). Bloomsbury Academic.
  11. Zwart, J-W. (2020). Head movement and morphological strength. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics (pp. 1-28). (Oxford Research Encyclopedias). Oxford: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.013.609
  12. Lijster, T. (2020). Inleiding: Benjamin, de criticus. In T. Lijster, & J. Sietsma (Eds.), Kritische portretten: Twaalf essays over literatuur Amsterdam: Octavo.
  13. Benjamin, W., Lijster, T. (Ed.), & Sietsma, J. (Ed.) (2020). Kritische portretten: Twaalf essays over literatuur. Amsterdam: Octavo.
  14. Keizer, J. (2020). Quattrocento Perspectives on the Historical Value of Sculpture. In A. Bloch , & D. M. Zolli (Eds.), The Art of Sculpture in Fifteenth-Century Italy (pp. 416-432). Cambridge University Press.
  15. Brouwer, J., Berg, van den, F., Loerts, H., Knooihuizen, R., & Keijzer, M. (2020). Foreign Language Learning as an Innovative Healthy Aging Tool. Abstract from Aletta's Talent Network Junior Research Meet-Up, Groningen, Netherlands.
  16. Keijzer, M. (2020). Cognitieve, talige en sociale effecten van het leren van vreemde talen in ouderen. Paper presented at WAP-Symposium Taal en het Brein, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  17. Apprich, C. (2020). The Never-ending Network: A Repetitive and (thus) Differentiating Concept of Our Time. In K. Gansing, & I. Luchs (Eds.), The Eternal Network: The Ends and Becoming of Network Culture (pp. 24-32). Institute of Network Cultures.
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