Adriaan van der Weel, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd and Ray Siemens
Brill’s Scholarly Communication is an academic series that publishes imaginative and thought-provoking accounts of scholarly reading and writing practices from any disciplinary perspective, with special emphasis on past and present change in academic writing technologies and literacy.
Edited by Willemien Otten, Arjo Vanderjagt & Hent de Vries
This volume contains articles on various aspects of literary imagination, with essays ranging from Petrarch to Voltaire, on the canon, with essays on western history as one of shifting cultural ideals, and on the Christian Middle Ages. The volume is a Festschrift for Burcht Pranger of the ...
Allie M. Ernst
This book offers a comprehensive collection and analysis of early Christian traditions about Martha. It shows that the significance of Martha has been seriously underestimated and recovers a widespread tradition of Martha as apostle and authority figure for early Christians.
Editionis et translationis textum paraverunt Klaus Schreiner, Ernst Wenzel
A key tenet in the criticism of medieval and early modern courts is: “Let him who desires to be righteous retire from the court” (Exeat Aula, qui vult esse pius). How Enea Silvio Piccolimini and Ulrich von Hutten perceived, criticized and justified courtly life, is the subject of this book.
Edited by Ernst M. Conradie (University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa)
This volume explores the legacy of the Dutch theologian and statesman Abraham Kuyper for contemporary Christian ecotheology. It focuses on Kuyper's undestanding of the relationship between creation and salvation It includes essays and responses by contributors from four continents.
Edited by Ernst von Caemmerer and Peter Schlechtriem
Edited by Wido van Peursen, Leiden University, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, Groningen University, and Adriaan van der Weel, Leiden University
Combining both case studies and theoretical reflections, this book offers a varied range of assessments about digital conditions of philological inquiry. The book details instruments and processes of digital text criticism along with reflection on the increasingly unstable reconstructions of ...
Ernst Hirsch Ballin
In this lecture – the first Dutch Thomas More Lecture, given in ’s-Hertogenbosch on 30 March 2011 – Ernst Hirsch Ballin (Amsterdam, 1950), former Minister of Justice and Minister of the Interior, now a professor of law at the universities of Tilburg and Amsterdam, finds common ground between ...
Edited by Eric J. Janse de Jonge, Ernst M.H. Hirsch Ballin, Pieter H. Kooijmans, Willem J.M. van Genugten
Th.E. van Bochove
This book sets out to show that the Prochiron was promulgated by Basil the Macedonian in the years 870-879, thus confirming the view of Karl Eduard Zachariä von Lingenthal, one of the first scholars who paved a way in the ‘ungodly jumble’ of Byzantine law books.
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