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. 2, 1994-95

Geert van Istendael, Brussels, City of the Coming Century, p. 10
Henk van Gelder, ‘I LIKE Being Naughty!’ The Work of Annie M.G. Schmidt. Three Poems by Annie M.G. Schmidt, p. 18
Anton Korteweg, Five Times Two Picture-Poems. Poems by E. du Perron, Lenze L. Bouwers, Pierre Kemp, Rutger Kopland, Roland Jooris, Albert Verwey, Willem van toorn, Ed Leeflang and Hans Faverey, p. 25
Gerdin Linthorst, Between Theatre and Cinema, The Films of Alex van Warmerdam, p. 33
Dirk de Geest, ‘Read me in full or not at all’. The Poetry of Leonard Nolens. Four Poems by Leonard Nolens, p. 37
Wiep van Bunge, Spinoza and the Golden Age of the Dutch Republic, p. 43
H.M. Dupuis, Euthanasia in the Netherlands. Facts and Moral Arguments, p. 52
Deborah Jowitt, Adventuress in the Thickets of Postmodernism. A Reflection on the Work Of Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, p. 59
Cyrille Offermans, ‘Nothing helps’ The Poems of Hans Faverey. Six Poems by Hans Faverey, p. 63
Frits van Oostrom, Middle Dutch Literature as a Mirror of European Culture, p. 70
Lauran toorians, ‘The finest painter in the whole Christian world’. Hans Memling and His Art, p. 81
Paul Depondt, The Unfinished Work of Art. The Paintings of René Daniëls, p. 87
August Willemsen, Babel behind the Dikes. Living in the Bijlmermeer, p. 92
David A. Pinder, Myth and Reality in the Human Geography of the Netherlands, p. 98
Pieter Leroy, The Wadden Sea: A Special Area – Specially Protected?, p. 108
Sarah Hart, Gardening in the Netherlands, p.114
Jan van Hove, A Park for Modern Art. The Middelheim Open-Air Sculpture Museum in Antwerp, p. 119
Pierre H. Dubois, ‘An Utrecht lady’s charms’. Belle van Zuylen / Isabelle de Charrière, p. 125
Paul de Wispelaere, Writing as an Act of Revolt and Emancipation, The Work of Monika van Paemel. Extract from ‘The First Stone’ by Monika van Paemel, p. 131
Ton J. Broos, Desert Island Dutch. Imaginary Voyages, Adventures and Robinsonades in the Low Countries, p. 139
Anne Marie Musschoot, The Art of Evocation. The Symbolist Movement in Belgium, p. 148
Lydia M.A. Schoonbaert, James Ensor, Pioneer of Modern European Art, p. 156
Aart van Zoest, A Master of Word and Image. Marten toonder and the Bumble Comic Strips.Extract from ‘The top Dogs’ by Marten toonder, p. 168
Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., Woman in Blue Reading a Letter. An Approach to Viewing Venneer, p. 175
Ilse Kuijken, A Naïve Engineer. Panamarenko’s Art, p. 181
Connie Kristel, ‘A sacred duty’. The Holocaust in Dutch Historiography, p. 186
D.H.Schram, An Unfinished Chapter The Second World War and the Holocaust in Dutch Literature, p. 195
Rudi van der Paardt, A Unity of Opposites. The Paradoxical Oeuvre of Harry Mulisch. Extract from ‘The Assault’ by Harry Mulisch, p. 204
Marc Peire, Performing Early Music in the Low Countries, p. 210
José Boyens, Ger van Elk Was Here, p. 215
Paul Vermeuien, The Terrible Beauty of the Twentieth Century. A Portrait of Rem Koolhaas, p. 223
Els de Bens, From Gazettiers to Newspaper Groups. The Press in Flanders, p. 229
Pierre Delsaerdt, Gold Leather and Lead Letters. Antwerp’s Plantin-Moretus Museum. ‘Le bonheur de ce monde’ by Christophe Plantin, p. 236
Steven Jacobs, ‘Like a doctor, without either love or loathing’. The Work of Henry van de Velde, p. 244
Max Nord, The Netherlands Antilles and Surinam, Treasure-Chests of Dutch-Language Literature, p. 251
Pieter C. Ritsema van Eck, The Art of Glass, p. 258

Chronicle, p. 264

n. 1, 1993-94

Jozef Deleu, Foreword, p. 9
Hans Ibelings, A Paradise for Modern Architecture, Recent Architecture in Rotterdam, p. 10
Paul Claes, Claus the Chameleon. ‘I’d like to sing you a song …’ by Hugo Claus, p. 17
E.M. Uhlenbeck, The Threat of Rapid Language Death. A Recently Acknowledged Global Problem, p. 25
Hugo Brems, Seven Woman Poets from the Low Countries. Poems by Miriam Van hee, E/ma van Haren, Anneke Brassinga, Anna Enquist, Christine D ‘haen, Eva Gerlach and Marieke Jonkman, p. 32
Ignace Bossuyt, The Art of Give and Take. Musical Relations between England and Flanders from the 15th to the 17th Centuries, p. 39
Gerdin Linthorst, The Dutch Documentary. Social Conscience, Humanism and a Taste for Experiment, p. 51
Pieter Leroy, The Low Countries Do Smell of Manure, Don’t They? Environmental Problems, Environmental Awareness and Environmental Policy in the Netherlands and Flanders, p. 56
Roland Jooris, The Painter and his Surroundings. The Work of Roger Raveel, p. 64
Anne Marie Musschoot, Postmodernism in the Literature of the Low Countries, p. 69
Saskia Bak, ‘I do not know how I shall turn out …’. The Development of the Work of Mondrian, from Naturalism to Victory Boogie-Woogie, p. 75
Walter Goddijn, Church and Ideology in the Netherlands, p. 83
E.M.Beekman, Grounds for Memory. Colonial Literature from the Former Dutch East Indies, p. 90
Bianca Stigter, New Fairy Tales for the Low Countries. About Marlene Dumas, a South African Artist in the Netherlands, p. 100
A. Teeuw, Indonesia and the Netherlands. A Renewed Interest, p. 107
Ariejan Korteweg, The Great Leap Forward. Dance in the Low Countries: The Advantage of a Lack of Tradition, p. 111
Manu Ruys, Belgian Federalisation, p. 118
Ludo Bekkers, Creations of Earth and Fire. The Ceramics of José Venneersch, p. 124
E.H. Kossmann, Huizinga and Geyl. A Portrait of Two Dutch Historians, p. 130
Piet Couttenier, ‘O, this is a place!’ Aspects of the English World of Guido Gezelle. ‘The Evening and the Rose’ by Guido Gezelle, p. 137
Cees Nooteboom, Visiting Professor (with an essay by Frans de Rover), p. 144
Marjan van Zijtveld, The Mauritshuis. From City Palace to National Museum, p. 153
Svetlana Alpers, Picturing Dutch Culture, p. 158
WimDaems, Biotechnology in Flanders. Big in the Microcosm of Cells and Molecules, p. 166
Ad Zuiderent, No Longing for Paradise. The Poetry of Rutger Kopland. Five Poems by Rutger Kopland, p. 172
Erik Duverger, Flemish Tapestry, p. 177
K. van Berkel, Newton in the Netherlands, p. 186
Christopher Brown, Dutch Painting. A Personal View, p. 192
Theo Hermans, Studying ‘Single Dutch’? What Next?! Dutch Studies in the Anglophone World, p. 204
Karel Porteman, From First Sight to Insight. The Emblem in the Low Countries, p. 212
Charles Gehring, New Amsterdam on the Hudson. The Dutch Background of New York City, p. 223
Gary Schwartz, Marten Jan Bok, Warmth in Cold Stone, The Architectural Paintings of Pieter Saenredam, p. 231
Jaap Goedegebuure, An Artist in Remembering. The Work of A. E. Th. van der Heijden. Extract from ‘Parents Failing’ by A.F.Th. van der Heijden, p. 239
Jos Nijhof, Paul van der Plank, An Anatomy of Dutch Cabaret, p. 248
Paul Hadermann, From the Message to the Medium. The Poetic Evolution of Paul van Ostaijen. Three Poems by Paul van Ostaijen, p. 254

Chronicle, p. 262