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2006
Middle East and Islamic Studies

Encyclopaedia of Islam (2nd edition) Dr. Emeri van Donzel received the Academy Medal of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen). Dr. Van Donzel was the general editor of the EI2.

 

The Academy Medal is awarded to persons who have made a particular contribution in the Netherlands to the flourishing of the sciences in a broad sense. Previous awards went to clavecinist Ton Koopman and founder of the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica, Joost Ritman.

2006
Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

Accountability of Peace Support Operations by Marten Zwanenburg was awarded the Francis Lieber Prize 2006.

This title was also awarded for outstanding work in the field of international humanitarian law by Dr Marten Zwanenburg. The jury selected the study because of the wealth of legal material considered by the author, including State and organizational practice, which makes it an especially valuable contribution to the field.

2006
Middle East and Islamic Studies
2006
Social Sciences

Race and Ethnicity Across Time, Space and Discipline. Edited by Rodney D. Coates. Choice Outstanding Title 2006.

2006
History

2006 Distinguished Book Award to George Satterfield (Hawaii Pacific University) for Princes, Posts, and Partisans: The Army of Louis XIV and Partisan Warfare in the Netherlands , 1673-1678.

 

Recipients of this prestigious award have in recent years included John Keegan, Brian Linn, Nicholas Lambert, Geoffrey Parker and Hew Strachan. This is however the first award in several years to be made for a work on pre-modern history.

2006
History

An Ottoman Mentality The World of Evliya Çelebi (revised second edition) by Robert Dankoff. With an Afterword by Gottfried Hagen.

Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2006

2006
Social Sciences

Atlas of European Values by Loek Halman, Ruud Luijkx and Marga van Zundert.

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles 2006

Everyday Life in Joseon-Era Korea was named a 2014 "Outstanding Academic Title" by Choice Magazine, which was announced in the January 2015 issue.