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  1. 2021
  2. Sobecki, S. (Accepted/In press). The Handwriting of Fifteenth-Century Signet Clerks and the King’s French Secretaries. In M. Connolly, H. James-Maddocks, & D. Pearsall (Eds.), Scribal Cultures in Late Medieval England Boydell & Brewer.
  3. Ashford, D. (Accepted/In press). The Promethean Gift: Essays in Post-Humanist Horror. Rowman and Littlefield.
  4. 2020
  5. Broomans, P., Duan, F., & Hedberg, A. (Accepted/In press). Views on ‘World Literature’: Cultural Transfer and Translation in the Context of an Online International Exchange (OIE) Project — Case Study China, Netherlands and Sweden. In Beyond Babel: Learned Societies and the Global Renewal of the Humanities (pp. 81-102). (FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures). John Benjamins Publishers.
  6. de Graaf, B., Jensen, L., Knoeff, R., & Santing, C. (2020, May 13). Pas toe & doe mee! ‘Applied history’ in theorie en praktijk. Koninklijk Nederlands Historisch Genootschap.
  7. Veldhuizen, V. (2020). Hidden Adult, Literature. In D. T. Cook, & E. Burman (Eds.), SAGE Encyclopaedia of Children and Childhood Studies London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications Inc..
  8. Kuo, Y. (2020). Two Conceptions of Religion in Modern China: Chen Duxiu on the Eve of the Anti-Religion/Anti-Christian Movement. In S. Travagnin, & G. Scot (Eds.), Critical Concepts and Methods for the Study of Chinese Religions II: Intellectual History of Key Concepts (pp. 135-154). De Gruyter.
  9. Klooster, J. (2020). Writing Monarchs of the Hellenistic Age: Renown, Fame, and Infamy. In R. A. Faber (Ed.), Celebrity, Fame, and Infamy in the Hellenistic World (pp. 172-198). University of Toronto Press.
  10. Knoeff, R., & Kennaway, J. (2020). For it is the debilitating fibres that exercise restores: Movement, morality and moderation in eighteenth-century medical advice literature. In J. Kennaway, & R. Knoeff (Eds.), Lifestyle and Medicine in the Enlightenment: The six non-naturals in the long eighteenth century (1 ed.). Routledge.
  11. Knoeff, R., & Kennaway, J. (2020). The most valuable part of medicine: The six non-naturals in the long eighteenth century. In J. Kennaway, & R. Knoeff (Eds.), Lifestyle and Medicine in the Enlightenment: The Six Non-Naturals in the Long Eighteenth Century (1 ed., pp. 1-16). Routledge.
  12. Couperus, S., & Wolffram, D. J. (2020). Negotiating Urban Governance: Norm Entrepreneurs in Dutch Cities, 1850-1900. In S. Gunn, & T. Hulme (Eds.), Powers of the City: New Approaches to Governance and Rule in Urban Europe Since 1500 (1 ed.). Routledge.
  13. Kuo, Y. (Accepted/In press). 《學衡》與西方保守主義思想傳統: --兼論「人道主義」與「人文主義」的現代命運. In Y. S. S. Chien (Ed.), 思想 (Vol. 40). Taipei: Linking Publishing Company.
  14. Eldridge II, S. (2020). Legitimating new media actors: Unwelcome strangers to the journalistic field. In Active Audiences: Empowering Citizens' Discourse in the Hybrid Media System (1 ed., pp. 13-24). McGraw-Hill.
  15. Pesa, I. (2020). From life histories to social history: Narrating social change through multiple biographies. In K. van Walraven (Ed.), The individual in African history: The importance of biography in African historical studies (pp. 91-113). (African Dynamics; Vol. 17). Leiden, Boston: Brill.
  16. Messmer, M. (2020). Detention for Deterrence? The Strategic Role of Private Facilities and Offshore Resources in US Migration Management. In P. Otto, & S. Berthier-Foglar (Eds.), Permeable Borders: History, Theory, Policy and Practice in the United States (pp. 136-155). New York and Oxford: Berghahn.
  17. Tortola, P. D. (2020). Technocracy and Depoliticization. In E. Bertsou, & D. Caramani (Eds.), The technocratic challenge to democracy (pp. 61-74). Abingdon: Routledge.
  18. Dagoula, C., Harrison, J., & Katsirea, I. (2020). IPSO research on editorial standards & complaints handling. United Kingdom: IPSO .
  19. Fuller, G. (2020). Subtraction by subtraction? Brexit and its impact on the common European financial space. In The European Union after Brexit Manchester University Press.
  20. Kuo, Y. (Accepted/In press). 陳獨秀的「新宗教」: 現代文明的「精神性」及其求索. In M. Lu, & P. Katz (Eds.), 五四運動與中國宗教的發展 Taipei: Academia Sinica.
  21. Knoeff, H. (2020). The Body is a Barometer: Dutch Doctors on Healthy Weather and Strong Constitutions. In J. Kennaway, & R. Knoeff (Eds.), Lifestyle and Medicine in the Enlightenment: The Six Non-Naturals in the Long Eighteenth Century (pp. 19-42). Routledge.
  22. Smit, R. (2020). Connective Memory Work on Justice for Mike Brown. In S. Merrill, E. Keightley, & P. Daphi (Eds.), Social Movements, Cultural Memory and Digital Media : Mobilising Mediated Remembrance (pp. 85-108). (Palgrave Macmillan Memory Studies book series (PMMS)). Palgrave MacMillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32827-6_4
  23. Duarte, J., & Kirsch, C. (2020). Introduction: multilingual approaches for teaching and learning. In C. Kirsch, & J. Duarte (Eds.), Multilingual Approaches for Teaching and Learning: From Acknowledging to Capitalising on Multilingualism in European Mainstream Education (pp. 17-27). Routledge.
  24. Kirsch, C., Duarte, J., & Palviainen, Å. (2020). Language policy, professional development and sustainability of multilingual approaches. In C. Kirsch , & J. Duarte (Eds.), Multilingual Approaches for Teaching and Learning: From Acknowledging to Capitalising on Multilingualism in European Mainstream Education (pp. 202-219). Routledge.
  25. Duarte, J., & Günther -van der Meij, M. (2020). Multilingual interaction in secondary education in the Netherlands: Multilingualism to learn or learning to act multilingually? In C. Kirsch , & J. Duarte (Eds.), Multilingual Approaches for Teaching and Learning: From Acknowledging to Capitalising on Multilingualism in European Mainstream Education (pp. 91-108). Routledge.
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