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  3. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). 'What is Reliable Knowledge?' Memory. Paper presented at Teaching the History of Knowledge, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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  9. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). Seminal Knowledge: Materiality of Semen in the Eighteenth Century. Paper presented at Sex and Science in Early Modern Europe, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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  13. Nanninga, P. (2019). Religion and International Crimes: the Case of the Islamic State. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Holá (Eds.), Perpetrators of International Crimes: Theories, Methods, and Evidence (pp. 192-207). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  14. Galbraith, D., & Baaijen, V. (2019). Aligning keystrokes with cognitive processes in writing. In E. Lindgren, & K. P. H. Sullivan (Eds.), Observing Writing: Insights from Keystroke Logging and Handwriting (pp. 305-324). (Studies in Writing Series; Vol. 38). Brill.
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