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The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995
Roding, J.; Heerma Van Voss, L. (Ed.) (1996). The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. Uitgeverij Verloren: Hilversum. ISBN 90-6550-527-X. 524 pp.

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    VLIZ: Proceedings R15 [119539]
Document type: Conference

Keywords
    Conferences; Historical account; Sociological aspects; ANE, North Sea [Marine Regions]; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Roding, J., editor
  • Heerma Van Voss, L., editor

Content
  • Blockmans, W.; Heerma Van Voss, L. (1996). Urban networks and emerging states in the North Sea and Baltic Areas: a maritime culture?, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 10-20, more
  • Heerma Van Voss, L. (1996). North Sea culture, 1500-1800, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 21-40, more
  • Knottnerus, O.S. (1996). Structural characteristics of coastal societies: some considerations on the history of the North Sea coastal marshes, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 41-63, more
  • Lord, E. (1996). Reading the landscape: the moral, political, and cultural contruction of the North Sea landscape in the Early Modern Period, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 64-77, more
  • Price, J.L. (1996). Regional identity and European culture: the North Sea region in the Early Modern Period, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 78-95, more
  • Roding, J.G. (1996). The North Sea coasts, an architectural unity?, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 96-106, more
  • Holm, P. (1996). South Scandinavian fisheries in the sixteenth century: the Dutch connection, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 108-123, more
  • Thór, J.Th. (1996). Foreign fisheries off Iceland, c. 1400-1800, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 124-134, more
  • Visser, I. (1996). The prison tower at Flushing: its role in the urban development of an important North Sea harbour, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 135-149, more
  • van Vliet, A.P. (1996). The influence of Dunkirk privateering on the North Sea (herring) fishery during the years 1580-1650, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 150-165, more
  • Lucassen, J. (1996). The North Sea: a crossroad for migrants?, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 168-184, more
  • Sogner, S. (1996). Popular contacts between Norway and the Netherlands in the Early Modern Period, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 185-198, more
  • Ebben, M.A. (1996). Portuguese financiers and the Spanish crown in the North Sea area in the first half of the seventeenth century, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 200-208, more
  • Enthoven, V. (1996). The last straw. Trade contacts along the North Sea coast: the Scottish staple at Veere, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 209-221, more
  • Guldberg, M. (1996). Danish proto-industrial peasants. The North Sea and culture: seventeenth to nineteenth century, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 222-234, more
  • Kraack, D.A. (1996). Flensburg, an early modern centre of trade: the autobiographical writings of Peter Hansen Hajstrup (1624-1672), in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 235-246, more
  • Op 't Hof, W.J. (1996). Piety in the wake of trade: the North Sea as an intermediary of Reformed piety up to 1700, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 248-265, more
  • Houston, R.A. (1996). The Scots kirk, Rotterdam, 1643-1795: a Dutch or Scottish church?, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 266-284, more
  • Aldridge, D.D. (1996). The Lauderdales and the Dutch, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 286-297, more
  • Williams, J.L. (1996). The import of art: the taste for northern European goods in Scotland in the seventeenth century, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 298-322, more
  • Hoenselaars, T.; Abrahamse, W. (1996). Theodore Rodenburg and English studies, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 324-339, more
  • Brown, Ch. (1996). Artistic relations between Britain and the Low Countries (1532-1632), in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 340-354, more
  • Moore, A. (1996). The evidence for artistic contact between Norfolk and The Netherlands 1500-1800, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 355-377, more
  • Rang, B. (1996). Letters across the North Sea: a Dutch source of John Locke's letters concerning education, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 378-395, more
  • Rasch, R. (1996). Estienne Roger and John Walsh: patterns of competition between early-18th-century Dutch and English music publishing, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 396-407, more
  • Westerweel, B. (1996). Francis Quarles and The Netherlands, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 408-418, more
  • Stenvert, R. (1996). Conveyed by land, returned by ship: mannerism and sandstone, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 420-434, more
  • Bordewijk, C. (1996). Strolling players along the North Sea coasts, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 436-449, more
  • Tjaden, A. (1996). Maarten Jansz. Coster of Amsterdam (1511-1592): a sixteenth century physician, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 450-480, more
  • Dettingmeijer, R. (1996). The emergence of the bathing culture marks the end of the North Sea as a common cultural ground, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 482-491, more
  • Roding, J.; Heerma Van Voss, L. (1996). Conclusion, in: Roding, J. et al. (Ed.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800): Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden 21-22 April 1995. pp. 492-498, more

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