TLC – The Low Countries DATINI

TLC – The Low Countries

Rekkem, Foundation Stichting Ons Erfdeel
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Coll. Riv. 47
Consistenza: n. 1, 1993-n. 8, 2000-2001

[ 2001 ] [ 2000-1996 ] [ 1995-1993]

copertina della rivista

n. 8, 2000-2001

Herman Pleij, The Medieval Way of Death, p. 1
Carla Rosseels, From Midwife to Caesarean Confinement and Beyond in Flanders, p. 18
Ed van Eeden, From Womb to Cradle Born, Welcomed and Nurtured in the Netherlands, p. 24
Carla Rosseels, Death Unveiled Dead and Remembered in Flanders, p. 29
Ed van Eeden, From Announcement to Cemetery Deceased, Buried and Mourned in the Netherlands, p. 34
Ron Lesthaeghe, The Low Countries Growing Old The Second Demographic Transition, p. 40
Jozef Deleu, ‘Each being too is pregnant with death’ Thirteen Poems about Birth and Death, p. 46
Poems by Jan Moritoen (?), Multatuli, Jan Hendrik Leopold, Willem Elsschot, J. C. Bloem, Gerrit Achterberg, M. Vocalic, Christine D ‘haen, Gerrit Kouwenaar, Hugo Claus, Luuk Gruwez, Esther Jansma and Menno Wigman
FilipMatthijs, A Slice of Death The Art of Dissection in the Low Countries, p. 57
Marc Hooghe, Abortion and the Discrepancy between Reality and the Law, p. 71
Gita Deneckere, Off with their Heads The Death Penalty in Belgium, p. 75
Herman Franke, ‘You must see it with your own eyes!’ The Abolition of the Death Penalty in the Netherlands in 1870, p. 84
Luc Devoldere, The Decorous Dead The Great War Revisited, p. 93
Fred G.H. Bachrach, Conrad’s Dutch Connection, p. 101
John Leighton, A Brit Takes on Van Gogh, p. 108
Peter Greenaway, One-Third Land and Two-Thirds Sky, p. 114
Cees van der Geer, Fascinated by the House The Paintings of Hans Broek, p. 120
Frans Boenders, A Rhapsody of Facades The Zurenborg District in Antwerp, p. 126
Paul Vincent, ‘I hate messages’ The Work of Willem Elsschot, Two Extracts from ‘Cheese’ by Willem Elsschot, p. 135
Marian Unger, Jewellery in the Low Countries, p. 148
A.L. Söteniann, ‘Bravely enjoying life in the face of death’ Gerrit Kouwenaar, Poet Five Poems by Gerrit Kouwenaar, p. 159
Lieven van den Abeele, Everywhere a tourist Wim Delvoye’s Lively ‘Almost-Art’, p. 165
Saskia Bak, Poetry in Print Hendrik N. Werkman, Master Printer, p. 171
Ton J.Broos, Anne Frank’s Literary Connections, p. 177
G.F.H.Raat, The Containment of Chaos The Work of Gerard Reve. Four Extracts by Gerard Reve, p. 190
JohandeSmet, The Quest for Sparkling Light Emile Claus in a European Perspective, p. 199
Harry van Velthoven, From Belgian Unity to Flemish-Walloon Duality The Story of Socialism in Belgium, p. 205
Daniel Vanacker, Two Tales of a City Ghent, Tale No.1: A Mind of its Own, p. 214
StefanHertmans, Two Tales of a City Ghent, Tale No. 2: Clouds – Home, p. 223
J.P. Guépin, Tres Fratres Belgae. Brothers, Poets and Civil Servants in the Sixteenth Century, p. 231
Jos Nijhof, Grown Up but not Full-Grown Children’s Theatre in the Low Countries, p. 239
Reinier Salverda, The Other Languages of the Netherlands, p. 245
Anne Marie Musschoot, The Scattered ‘I’ The Ambivalent Work of Paul de Wispelaere. Extract from ‘The Charred Alphabet. Diary 1990-1991’ by Paul de Wispelaere, p. 253
Ignace Bossuyt, ‘The Orpheus of Amsterdam’ The Life and Work of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, p. 259

Architecture, p. 263
Cultural Policy, p. 264
Film and Theatre, p. 267
History, p. 274
Language, p. 279
Literature, p. 280
Music, p. 287
Philosophy and Science, p. 291
Society, p. 298
Visual Arts, p. 300