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Mingler connects art and science

Virtual meeting place

15 February 2017

The Young Academy and the Society of Arts of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences have joined forces to develop Mingler: a virtual meeting place that encourages interaction and synergies in scientific and artistic research. A goldmine for scientists and artists seeking to collaborate across institutional boundaries.

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Ester Naomi Perquin

New Poet Laureate of the Netherlands

27 January 2017

Ester Naomi Perquin has been appointed as the new Poet Laureate of the Netherlands for a period of two years. Perquin’s great experience of the literary world makes her perfectly suited to the role of poetry’s ambassador in the Netherlands. She has edited a literary magazine, hosted a national radio show, written columns, compiled a poetry calendar and served as the Poet Laureate of Rotterdam. Perquin does not, however, limit her activities to poetry and literature; two years ago, for instance, she wrote the memorandum of basic principles for Rotterdam’s cultural policy.

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10 Books from Holland, Automne 2016
10 Books from Holland, Automne 2016
Quality Non-Fiction from Holland
Children's Books - Spring 2016

Featured

Anton Blok

Radical Innovators

(Polity Press, 2016)

Polity Press published Radical Innovators: The Blessings of Adversity in Science and Art

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Martin Michael Driessen

Rivers

(G.A. van Oorschot, 2016)

In the three novellas that make up this book, the main role is assigned to the flowing…

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High Impact’s Return to London

Michele Hutchison

19 January 2017

‘What is it about Dutch literature?’ is the question presenter Rosie Goldsmith posed to a packed crowd at the London Tabernacle on Tuesday night. ‘Are the Dutch just very good at self-promotion or is there something about Dutch literature that appeals to the English?’ This January, High Impact brought Dutch and English writers, such as Herman Koch and David Nicholls, together in London. Michele Hutchison shares her experience of the event and tells how Dutch literature is gaining popularity in the United Kingdom.

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