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  2. Dorofeeva, S., Reshetnikova, V., Laurinavichyute, A., Tops, W., & Dragoy, O. (2019). Complex phonological tasks predict reading fluency and reading comprehension. 116-116. Poster session presented at XIV International Symposium of Psycholinguistics , Tarragona, Spain.
  3. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). Dealing with Deafness: Health and Disability in Enlightenment Europe. Paper presented at GCHH Language and Deafness, Groningen, .
  4. Holthuis, A., de Vries, K., & Duijvendak, M. (2019). Erinnerungen an die Grippe-Opfer aus Veendam: Die große Grippe-Epidemie von 1918 im Norden der Niederlande. In B. Ramakers (Ed.), Memento Mori: Sterben und Begraben in einem ruralen Grenzgebiet - Sterven en begraven in een rurale grensregio (pp. 33-45). (Historia Agriculturae; Vol. 48). Groningen / Wageningen: NAHI.
  5. Duijvendak, M. (2019). Fama post Mortem: Herinnerd worden in een grensgebied. In B. Ramakers (Ed.), Memento Mori: Sterben und Begraben in einem ruralen Grenzgebiet - Sterven en begraven in een rurale grensregio (pp. 7-17). (Historia Agriculturae; Vol. 48). Groningen / Wageningen: NAHI.
  6. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). How did blood clot in the 18th century?. Paper presented at NVTH Course Arterial Thrombosis, Koudekerke, Netherlands.
  7. Karel, E., & Paping, R. (2019). Deutsche Immigration in Groningen und Drente, 1811-1934. In M. Molema, & M. Schroor (Eds.), Migrationsgeschichte in Nordwestdeutschland und den nördlichen Niederlanden / Migratiegeschiedenis in Noordwest-Duitsland en Noord-Nederland : Quellen, Handreichungen und Beispiele zur grenzübergreifenden Forschung / Bronnen, aanwijzingen en voorbeelden bij grensoverschrijdend onderzoek (pp. 77-96). (Benelux-German Borderlands Histories; Vol. 1). Münster: Verlag readbox publishing GmbH.
  8. Karel, E., & Paping, R. (2019). Duitse immigratie in Groningen en Drenthe, 1811-1934. In M. Molema, & M. Schroor (Eds.), Migrationsgeschichte in Nordwestdeutschland und den nördlichen Niederlanden / Migratiegeschiedenis in Noordwest-Duitsland en Noord-Nederland: Quellen, Handreichungen und Beispiele zur grenzübergreifenden Forschung / Bronnen, aanwijzingen en voorbeelden bij grensoverschrijdend onderzoek (pp. 97-136). (Benelux-German Borderlands Studies; Vol. 1). Verlag readbox publishing GmbH.
  9. Knooihuizen, R., & Reuvers, M. (2019). A bilingual view on transmasculine voice change. Poster session presented at Sociolinguistics Circle 2019, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  10. Knooihuizen, R., Jongbloed-Faber, L., & Jansen, M. (2019). Gay Frysk: Expressing LGBT identity in a minority language. Poster session presented at Sociolinguistics Circle 2019, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  11. Klooster, J. (2019). Apollonius. Manuscript submitted for publication. In I. de Jong, & M. de Bakker (Eds.), Speech in Ancient Greek Narrative Brill Academic Publisher.
  12. Raemaekers, D. C. M. (2019). Taboo? The process of Neolitisation in the Dutch wetlands 91 re-examined (5000–3400 cal BC). In R. Gleser, & D. Hofmann (Eds.), Contacts, Boundaries & Innovation: Exploring developed Neolithic societies in central Europe and beyond (pp. 91-102). Leiden: Sidestone press.
  13. Mierau, K. (2019). Faire l'inventoire des rues, quartiers et types: Conceptions sérielles de la ville dans le représentations de Madrid à la fin du seizième siècle. In A. De Gendt, & A. Montoya (Eds.), La Pensée sérielle: du Moyen Age aux Lumières (pp. 218-236). (C.R.I.N.: Cahiers de recherche des instituts néerlandais de langue et de littérature française; Vol. 65). Leiden: Brill.
  14. Toonder, den, J. (2019, Mar 26). Dr. Elly Jaffé prijs. Vertalerslexion voor het Nederlandstalig gebied VNLex.
  15. Jansen, C., de Stadler, L., & Douma, A. (2019). Communicate as a Professional. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  16. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). 'What is Reliable Knowledge?' Memory. Paper presented at Teaching the History of Knowledge, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  17. Miller, D., Costa, E., Haapio-Kirk, L., Haynes, N., Sinanan, J., Tom, M., ... Wang, X. (2019). Contemporary Comparative Anthropology – The Why We Post Project. Ethnos, 84(2), 283-300. https://doi.org/10.1080/00141844.2017.1397044
  18. de Baets, A. (2019). The Subversive Power of Historical Analogies. In A. Leutzsch (Ed.), Historical Parallels, Commemoration and Icons (pp. 36-71). (Routledge Approaches to History). London: Routledge.
  19. Nikolsky, R. (2019). אהב (to love) in the Bible: a Cognitive Evolutionary Approach. In R. Nikolsky, I. Czachesz, T. Biró, & F. S. Tappenden (Eds.), Language, Cognition, and Biblical Exegesis: Interpreting Minds (1st ed.). (Scientific Studies of Religion: Inquiry and Explanation). Bloomsbury Academic.
  20. Nikolsky, R. (Ed.) (2019). Language, Cognition, and Biblical Exegesis: Interpreting Minds. (1st ed.) (Scientific Studies of Religion: Inquiry and Explanation). Bloomsbury Academic.

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