The Dutch in the Early Modern World: A History of a Global Power
Cambridge University Press
June 06, 2019
8.3 X 0.5 X 9.0 inches | 1.1 pounds
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About the Author
David Onnekink is Assistant Professor in Early Modern International Relations at Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands. He has previously held a positions at Leiden University, and was a visiting professor at William and Mary College and University of California, Los Angeles. He has been a fellow at The Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities at Edinburgh (2004), Het Scheepvaartmuseum in Amsterdam (2016-17) and the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (2016). He is the author of Reinterpreting the Dutch Forty Years War (2016) and the edited volumes War and Religion after Westphalia, 1648-1713 (2009) and Ideology and Foreign Policy in Early Modern Europe (1650-1750) (2011) with Gijs Rommelse.
Gijs Rommelse is Head of History at the Haarlemmermeer Lyceum, the Netherlands and an Honorary Visiting Fellow at the University of Leicester. Having studied at Universiteit Leiden and University College London, he has been a researcher at the Netherlands Institute of Military History at The Hague (2007-12) and a research fellow at Het Scheepvaartmuseum in Amsterdam (2016-17). His works include A Fearful Gentleman: Sir George Downing in The Hague (2011), Ideology and Foreign Policy in Early Modern Europe, 1650-1750 (2011), also co-edited with David Onnekink, and Ideologies of Western Naval Power, c. 1500-1815 (forthcoming).