This illustrated English-language history of the University of Groningen covers the years from its foundation in 1614 to 2018. It is structured around a chronological overview of the major events and significant people in the university’s life placed in the context of Dutch national history. Its final chapter deals with current debates and changes at the university. The book emerged from a project based on an MA course in the English Department’s Writing, Editing and Mediating course. It is on sale on all of Amazon’s sites.
Contents: Before 1614 • Foundation, 1614 • Early Students • Libraries • 1700-1814: Enlightenment • Medicine • 1814-1914: Education Acts • Women • 1914-1950: War | Museums • 1950-2000: Expansion • 2000-2018: Millennium • Dutch Universities • Terminology • Bibliography • Index
Contributors: Eltje Beckmann | Siebrand Boerema | Judith Bol | Frank Braamhaar | Tina Bruinsma | Elien Cusveller | Ingrid Dillen | Dr John Flood | Violette Frentrop | Sara van Geloven | Sabrina Hartmann | Tamsin Horsfield | Emma Jansen | Dr Hans Jansen | Miriam Lange | Maria van Loosdrecht | Daniël Muller | Jill Nobel | Sander Ootjers | Dorrit Ris | Jelmer van der Schaaf | Dorian Smilda | Aaf Tienkamp | Esmee Tijdeman | Emmie Touwen | Rudy Veiga da Palma | Miranda Wijgers | Baukje Wijma.