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Acknowledgments from the Editor (Margriet Bruijn Lacy) // Foreword (Dan Thornton) // Wyger R. E. Velema: Rethinking the Batavian Revolution // Ton Broos: Early American Children Educated by a Dutch Bestseller: Johannes Martinet and His Catechism of Nature // Paul R. Sellin (with Arie A. Dogterom): Ben Jonson's "Servuce" in the Low Countries' Wars // Richard Guy: Where Were You on the Night of the Mutiny? What the Revolt on the Nijenburg Can Tell Us about Space and Society aboard the Dutch East India Company's Ships // Michiel van Kempen: Circular Journeys: On Going Native in Postcolonial Studies // Jeroen Dewulf: Globalization and the Reinvention of Tradition: Dutch Identity from a Hybrid Perspective // Augustinus P. Dierick: Dutch Identity and the "Other": Problematic Assumptions, Shaky Strategies // Manfred Wolf: Cultural Styles and the Integration of Moroccans into the Netherlands: Parallels and Predictions // Kees Snoek: The Inner Space between Country of Origin and Country of Arrival: The Nominees for the E. du Perron Prize 2007 and the Theme of Religion // Olf Praamstra: A Postcolonial Literature of the Dutch East Indies // Luc Renders: Dutch Literature on the Congo Free State (1885-1908) // Geert van Istendael: In Belgium the Word "Language" Has No Singular // Hugo Bousset: The Periodic Table of Europe: On Koen Peeters and Primo Levi // Robert S. Kirsner: On Translation, Linguistics, and Dutch Studies in America // Donald Haks: Two Seventeenth-Century Artists on the "Miseries of War": Romeyn de Hooghe (1645-1708) and Jacques Callot (1592-1635) // Anne Chalard-Fillaudeau: Rembrandt as a Cultural Figure // Christine P. Sellin: Chin-Chucks and Transparent Veils: Notes on the Biblical Judah and Tamar (Genesis 38) in Early Modern Netherlandish Art and Literature // Ingrid Cartwright: Seventeenth-Century Dutch and Flemish Artists, Drinking, and Identity — List of Contributors

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