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|Name||Function||Dutch Studies expertise|
|Henriette Louwerse||Senior Lecturer in Dutch; Director||Modern Dutch literature, especially migration and literature, issues of multiculturalism, and women´s writing in Dutch|
|Timothy Baycroft||Senior Lecturer in Modern History||Flemish nationalism, French Flanders|
|Henk de Berg||Professor of German||Intellectual history and social thought|
|Filip De Ceuster||Tutor for Dutch Language and Dutch Studies||The modern city, the countryside, interwar literature, the Flemish Movement, authorial self-fashioning and posture.|
|Anna Geurts||Honorary Research Fellow and tutor in Dutch language and Dutch and Flemish history||18th-20th century cultural and social history|
|Simon Middleton||Senior Lecturer in History||The New Netherlands|
|Anthony Milton||Professor of Early Modern History||Anglo-Dutch relations, anti-catholicism, the Synod of Dort|
|Bob Moore||Professor of 20th Century European History||The history of the Netherlands, especially the Netherlands in the Second World War|
|Michael Perraudin||Emeritus Professor of German||19th and 20th century Dutch literature|
|Duco van Oostrum||Senior Lecturer in English||Sports writing and autobiography. Anton de Kom, representation of slavery and slave narratives in English and Dutch|
|Cydney Sturgess||Postgraduate Research Student||Literary constructions of gender and sexuality and 20th century Dutch history|
|Renee Timmers||Senior Lecturer in Music||Dutch musical culture|
|Eddy Verbaan||Honorary Research Fellow||Early modern intellectual history, the history of science and scholarship, urban history, historiography, and memory studies|
|Roel Vismans||Emeritus Professor in Dutch Studies||Dutch language and linguistics, especially pragmatics and sociolinguistics|
|Jan Woudstra||Reader in Landscape History and Theory||Dutch landscape|
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