TSEG – Volume 18 – Issue 3 – 2021

ISSN: 15721701

ISBN: 9789462703155

Publication date: November 25, 2021

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TSEG The Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History is the Dutch-Flemish journal of social and economic history. The journal publishes articles and reviews in the fields of social and economic history in the broad sense, with a particular but not exclusive focus on the Low Countries.

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Online ISSN: 2468-9068
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Special issue: Privacy and the Private in Early Modern Dutch Contexts

Privacy and Social Spaces. An introduction Natália da Silva Perez
Spaces of Privacy in Early Modern Dutch Egodocuments Michaël Green
An Extraterritorial Privacy Zone? Dutch Protestants and their Embassy Chapel in Early Modern Portugal Tom-Eric Krijger
Gender, Space, and Religious Privacy in Amsterdam Natália da Silva Perez and Peter Thule Kristensen
Spaces on Ships. Secrecy and Privacy in the Dutch East India Companies Djoeke van Netten
REVIEW ARTICLE Detecting the Function of Finance through History. An Essay in Celebration of the Work of Joost Jonker Christiaan van Bochove, Christopher L. Colvin, and Oscar Gelderblom
BOOK REVIEWS B. Blondé, S. Geens, H. Greefs, W. Ryckbosch, T. Soens, P. Stabel (red.), Inequality and the City in the Low Countries (1200-2020) (Alberto Feenstra) – Monica Black, A Demon-Haunted Land. Witches, Wonder Doctors, and the Ghosts of the Past in Post-WWII Germany (Willemijn Ruberg) – Joyce Goggin en Frans de Bruyn (red.), Comedy and Crisis. Pieter Langendijk, the Dutch, and the Speculative Bubbles of 1720 (Anna de Haas) – Elwin Hofman (red.), De eeuw van Jan de Lichte. Misdaad, verraad en revolutie in de 18de eeuw (Brecht Deseure) – David Barnouw, Dirk Mulder en Guus Veenendaal, De Nederlandse Spoorwegen in oorlogstijd 1939-1945. Rijden voor vaderland en vijand (Nico Wouters) – Anne-Maria van Egmond, Materiële representatie opgetekendaan het Haagse hof 1345-1425 (Gerrit Verhoeven) – Hildo van Engen, Han Nijdam en Kaj van Vliet (red.), Macht, bezit en ruimte. Opstellen over de noordelijke Nederlanden in de middeleeuwen (Jelle Haemers) – Fabiola van Dam, Het middeleeuwse openbare badhuis. Fenomeen, metafoor, schouwtoneel (Lola Digard) – Gijs Mom, Globalizing Automobilism. Exuberance and the Emergence of Layered Mobility, 1900-1980 (Jun Zhang)