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  2. van Cranenburgh, A. (2019). A Dutch coreference resolution system with quote attribution. Poster session presented at Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 29 (CLIN29), Groningen, Netherlands.
  3. Pedersen, C. A., Bischof, K., Kohler, J., Krejci, R., Hudson, S., Loonen, M. J. J. E., & Fuglei, E. (2019). State of the new Arctic as observed in Ny-Ålesund Research Station. Poster session presented at Arctic Frontiers , Tromso, Norway.
  4. Hanich, J. (2019). Oh, Inventiveness! Oh, Imaginativeness! Precious Cinema and Its Discontents: A Rant. In N. Baer, L. Horak, M. Haennefeld, & G. Iversen (Eds.), Unwatchable New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
  5. Kolsteeg, J., Zierold, M., & Kay, S. (2019). Workshop Cultural Management Curricula. Arts and Citizenship, Vienna, Austria.
  6. Salcic, A., Popov, S., Tops, W., & Bastiaanse, Y. (2019). Morphosyntactic processing in Dutch adults with dyslexia: an ERP study. Poster session presented at Symposium: Gevorderde Lezers met Dyslexie, Groningen, Netherlands.
  7. Singh, A. (2019). Connected by Emotions and Experiences: Monarchs, Merchants, Mercenaries, and Migrants in the Early Modern World. In F. Fernández-Armesto (Ed.), The Oxford Illustrated History of the World (pp. 306-336). Oxford University Press.
  8. Bleiker, R., & Shim, D. (2019). Can we move beyond conflict? In J. Edkins, & M. Zehfuss (Eds.), Global Politics: A New Introduction (3rd ed.). Routledge.
  9. van den Oever, A., & Fickers, A. (2019). Doing Experimental Media Archaeology: Epistemological and Methodological Reflections on Experiments with Historical Objects of Media Technologies. In B. Roberts , & M. Goodall (Eds.), New Media Archaeologies (pp. 45-68). (Recursions: Theories of Media, Materiality, and Cultural Techniques). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  10. Voorhoeve, J., Urlings, M., Bakker, E., Barth, D., Boekestijn, A. J., Casteleijn, L., ... Starink, D. (2019). Kernwapens in een nieuwe geopolitieke werkelijkheid: Hoog tijd voor nieuwe wapenbeheersingsinitiatieven. (Advies; No. 109). Den Haag: Adviesraad Internationale Vraagstukken.
  11. Eßer, R. M. (2019). Sankt Rumbolds Rettung: Reliquien als Erinnerungsobjekte in der Frühen Neuzeit. In R. Charlier, S. Trakulhun, & B. Wehinger (Eds.), Europa und die Welt: Studien zur Frühen Neuzeit in memoriam Günther Lottes (Vol. 40, pp. 305-316). (Aufklärung und Moderne). Hannover: Wehrhahn Verlag.
  12. de Deugd, N. (2019). A Normative Power Yes or No? The European Union, Ukraine, and the Transfer of Democracy. In M. Neuman (Ed.), Democracy Promotion and the Normative Power Europe Framework: The European Union in South Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia (1 ed., pp. 119-135). New York: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92690-2_7
  13. Ongena, Y., & Haan, M. (2019). Afname van ESS-vragen per telefoon of persoonlijke interviews: Verschillen in interviewer-respondent interacties. In Samenhang in Europa: eenheid in verscheidenheid (pp. 61-83). (Proceedings zesde Nederlandse Workshop European Social Survey). Den Haag: DANS - Data Archiving and Networking Services.
  14. Klooster, J., & Kuin, I. N. I. (Accepted/In press). After the Crisis: Remembrance, Re-Anchoring and Recovery in Ancient Greece and Rome. (1 ed.) Bloomsbury Academic.
  15. Pot, A. (2019). Aging in multilingual Netherlands: Effects on cognition, wellbeing and health. [Groningen]: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
  16. Reitz-Joosse, B. (Accepted/In press). Battle Palimpsests and the Memory of War in Roman Literature. In M. Dinter, & M. Martinho dos Santos (Eds.), Cultural Memory under the Roman Empire Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  17. Costa, E., & Wang, X. (2019). Being at home on social media: Online place-making among the Kurds in Turkey and rural migrants in China.. Manuscript submitted for publication In K. Smets, K. Leurs, M. Georgiou, S. Witteborn, & R. Gajjala (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Media and Migration London: SAGE Publishing.
  18. Nagelsmit, E. (2019). Between Pomp and Penitence: Staging Religious Feasts in Counter-Reformation Brussels. In A. Delfosse, R. Dekoninck, C. Heering, M. Delbeke, & K. Vermeir (Eds.), Cultures du spectacle baroque: Cadres, expériences et représentations des solennités religieuses entre Italie et anciens Pays-Bas (pp. 183-196). Brussels and Rome: Istituto storico belga di Roma.
  19. Terhal, P. A., Vlaar, J. M., Middelkamp, S., Nievelstein, R. A. J., Nikkels, P. G. J., Ross, J., ... L I van Gassen, K. (2019). Biallelic variants in POLR3GL cause endosteal hyperostosis and oligodontia. EJHG. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41431-019-0427-0
  20. Knoeff, H. (Accepted/In press). Boerhaave and Dutch Medicine. In D. Jalobeanu, & C. T. Wolfe (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Early Modern Philosophy and the Sciences Springer.
  21. Heidecker, K. (2019). Brautgabe. In P. Erhart (Ed.), Lebenswelten des frühen Mittelalters in 36 Kapiteln: Begleitpublikation zur Dauerausstellung "Das Wunder der Überlieferung. Der St. Galler Klosterplan und Europa im frühen Mittelater" im Stiftsbezirk St. Gallen (pp. 107-109). Lindenberg: Kunstverlag Josef Fink.
  22. Mierau, K. (2019). Capturing the Pícaro in Words: Literary and Institutional Representations of Marginality in Early Modern Madrid. (Outlaws in literature, history, and culture; Vol. 5). New York: Routledge.
  23. Jordan, P., & Gibbs, K. (Eds.) (2019). Ceramics in Circumpolar Prehistory: Technology, Lifeways and Cuisine . (Archaeology of the North). Cambridge University Press.

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