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Catalogue 2019


This catalogue presents the new high-quality titles of Leiden University Press of 2019. Leiden University Press publishes peer-reviewed works of scholarship with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. The Press strives to reflect many of the University’s academic strengths and as such remains an integral part of Leiden University, one of the most prestigious universities of Europe. We not only aim for excellent academic publications but we also take pride in our outstanding design and production values.   The new Media/Art/Politics series promises to be yet another exciting series that focuses on the interactions between technological changes, cultural expressions and political processes in our increasingly mediasaturated world. We are also pleased to announce the first volume on the Eighty Years’ War in the Military History of the Netherlands series.   The books in this catalogue offer you a chance to travel through global history; from the Sahel in the time of the crusades via seventeenthcentury South Africa and the Atlantic World during the Age of Abolition to modern Iran.   A welcome addition to our Asian Studies list is Staging China by Florian Schneider – an excellent analysis of China’s contemporary communication strategies. We would also like to draw your attention to Dorrit van Dalen’s riveting account of the history of a treasured ingredient in Gum Arabic and the unheard voices in My Mother’s Mother’s Mother, an anthology of South African women’s writing.     Leiden University Press embraces technological advances and facilitates Open Access to ensure scholarly publishing will remain feasible and our publications widely accessible, now and well into the future.

ACADEMIC RESEARCH 13 Scientific Integrity

Anniek Meinders Publisher

MEDIA STUDIES 16 Big Books in Times of Big Data

ARCHAEOLOGY 10 Weneya'a - "Quien Habla con los Cerros" 11 Liquid Footprints ART HISTORY 15 Rembrandt en de Universiteit Leiden ASIAN STUDIES 4 Staging China HISTORY 5 Gum Arabic 6 The Colonization of Freed African Americans in Suriname 7 Cape Conflict 8 Heaven’s Wrath 9 The Eighty Years War 20 Autumntide of the Middle Ages LAW 12 Monitoring Children’s Rights in the Netherlands LINGUISTICS 14 Stijl, taal en tekst LITERARY STUDIES 1 My Mother’s Mother’s Mother 2 The Persian Whitman 3 A Fire of Lilies

MIDDLE EASTRN & ISLAMIC STUDIES 2 The Persian Whitman 3 A Fire of Lilies PSYCHOLOGY 17 The E-Primer 18 LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS 21 PUBLISHER AND SALES INFORMATION Cover illustration: Detail of A Storm of Sand and Fire by Azita Sasanian 2


Pieta van Beek and Annemarié van Niekerk

My Mother’s Mother’s Mother South African Women’s Writing from 17th-Century Dutch to Contemporary Afrikaans The first of its kind, this volume collects more than seventy South African women’s voices, from 1652 until today. We share the joys and sorrows of these women through their entertaining, sometimes disturbing texts. A testament to a significant segment of the linguistic and cultural history of the country, they speak in Dutch, then in different varieties of Afrikaans. The printing press arrived late at the Cape, and when it finally did, it took another century before the first publications by women appeared. Initially their writing bore a strong biblical influence, but gradually, as women began to have access to better educational opportunities, they began to produce literature of world stature in Afrikaans. Through this literature, we can see women’s perspectives on the tumultuous history of South Africa from colonisation to democracy as it unfolded. Pieta van Beek is a research fellow at the Universities of Utrecht and Stellenbosch. She has published extensively on forgotten Dutch-Afrikaans women writers of South Africa, as well as on the Dutch learned woman Anna Maria van Schurman, the first female university student. Annemarié van Niekerk was a university lecturer and literary critic in South Africa before moving to the Netherlands. Currently she is book reviewer for the Dutch newspaper Trouw and writes a column for the Belgian sociocultural magazine Streven.

SOUTH AFRICA Publication date June 2019 NUR 622 ISBN 978 90 8728 318 6 Language English Price € 69.50 £ 62.50 $ 77.50 Format Hardback illustrated 153 x 236 mm Page extent 960 pages Cover design Antoinette Hanekuyk, Topica Imprint LUP General

Timeous. Important. Courageous, as it executes a double rescue operation. Speaking in sister languages, the voices of foremothers and their daughters who never dreamt themselves to be connected, are hereby for the very first time brought into conversation across generations, race and class. And then, in an imaginative political act, they are all translated into English to be finally set free to breathe within the broader discourses of female writing. – Antjie Krog, South African poet, academic, and writer.

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Behnam M. Fomeshi

Beyond a Literary Reception

The Persian Whitman

The Persian Whitman

Walt Whitman, a world poet and the father of American free verse, has been read by diverse audiences from sents three of the works of Abduʾl-Bahā, son of the founder of the Bahāʾi around the world. Literary and cultural scholars have with social and political issues. studied Whitman’s with social, political and t of Divine Civilization (1875) Abduʾl-Bahā interaction supports the administrative social reforms of Mirzā Hosayn Khān, but looks for organic reform Despite his literary movements of mainly different countries. fforts of Iranian intellectuals to waken and educate the masses. In this work, gives virtuous andcontinuing progressive Islamic clerics ain leading among thesereception in this presence Iran,role Whitman’s ndeed most of his appeals are directed specifically to them. A Traveller’s 9/90) is an authoritative statement of the broad unexplored. lines of Bahā’i social and country has remained Additionally, Iranian ing. The Art of Governance (1892/93) was written as Iran entered a preof Western is ofa field still in its phase, and ideas reception that we recognise today as literature the precursors political reading. It sets out the principles underlying the ideal relationship between infancy and under-researched, particularly due to olitics and between the government and the people. contemporary political circumstances. presenting the first parallel text translations of these works, the Persian

THE PERSIAN WHITMAN BEYOND A LITERARY RECEPTION BEHNAM M. FOMESHI

rate notes on variants in the early published sources. An introduction ntellectual and political landscape from which Abduʾl-Bahā wrote, and in ected readers lived.

The Persian Whitman examines Whitman’s heretofore unexplored reception in Iran. It is primarily involved with the “Persian Whitman,” a new phenomenon born in diachronic and synchronic dialogue between the Persian culture and an American poet.

s an independent scholar who writes and translates in the fields of Bahai n studies and Islamic studies.

scholar.

Based on solid research, this well-written and thoughtprovoking book is sure to attract the readers’ attention and inspire follow-up research. – Natalia Chalisova,

Benham M. Fomeshi

RSITY PRESS

The Persian Whitman is a very impressive study of the American poet’s reception, and influence on modern Iranian literature and culture. It is methodologically innovative in theoretical sense but particularly strong in its empirical perspective. – Parvin Loloi, independent

professor in Persian Literature at the Russian State University for Humanities, Moscow.

Specialising in comparative literature, Behnam M. Fomeshi is interested in Iranian studies, American studies and in particular the intersection of the two. In addition to a Humboldt fellowship, he has received several grants including two for research at the University of St Andrews and Leiden University.

IRANIAN STUDIES SERIES Publication date September 2019 NUR 635 ISBN 978 90 8728 335 3 e-PDF 978 94 0060 356 1 e-PUB 978 94 0060 357 8 Language English Price € 49.50 £ 44.50 $ 52.50 Format Paperback 156 x 234 mm Page extent 200 pages Cover design Tarek Atrissi Design Imprint LUP Academic

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Ahmad Karimi-Hakkak

A Fire of Lilies Perspectives on Literature and Politics in Modern Iran This book examines the role of Persian literature in politics in the tumultuous period of Iranian history from 1950 to 2000, illustrating how intellectuals used poetry, plays, novels and short stories to comment on socio-political developments. The unique aspect of the book is its strong empirical perspective, as Karimi-Hakkak has participated in the events he is writing about. It analyses how Persian intellectuals dealt with censorship, suppression, imprisonment, exile and even execution for the sake of expression of free speech.

Drawing on his encyclopedic knowledge of modern Persian literature, and using a contemplative and an extremely eloquent language, Ahmad Karimi-Hakkak captures the mood of different time-periods of contemporary Iranian history by analyzing a wide range of literary events – topics, personalities, encounters – which travel across a variety of disciplines. A Fire of Lilies is a significant contribution to the field of Persian studies, and it is indeed a very pleasant read. – M.M. Khorrami, Professor Emeritus of Persian Language and Literature, New York University.

Ahmad Karimi-Hakkak’s wide-ranging and original collection of essays is an essential reading for any student or scholar of Persian literature and culture. The author’s profound knowledge of Iran’s modernist literature and his innovative approach to rethink the relationship of literature and politics challenge some of the current assumptions and misunderstandings about this massively underexplored area of research. Through a remarkably rich examination of history, politics and literature, Karimi-Hakkak explores some of the most important yet underexplored shifting points in the history of Modern Persian literature.

Ahmad Karimi-Hakkak is a professor of Persian at the UCLA Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures. He is also the founding director of the Roshan Center for Persian Studies at the University of Maryland.

– Fatemeh Shams, Assistant Professor of Modern Persian Literature, University of Pennsylvania.

IRANIAN STUDIES SERIES Publication date October 2019 NUR 692, 635 ISBN 978 90 8728 329 2 e-PDF 978 94 0060 350 9 e-PUB 978 94 0060 351 6

Language English Price € 53 £ 47 $ 59.50 Format Paperback 156 x 234 mm Page extent 250 pages Cover design Tarek Atrissi Design Imprint LUP Academic

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Florian Schneider

Staging China The Politics of Mass Spectacle The People’s Republic of China began the 21st century with a new-and-improved public relations approach that was meant to counter anxieties about China’s role in the world while simultaneously showcasing the leadership’s policies to a domestic audience. Crucial to this communication strategy have been networked spectacles: elaborate mass event, designed to reconfigure organisations, ideas, and the relations between people. In Staging China, Florian Schneider analyses large-scale projects like the Beijing Olympics and Shanghai Expo to show how such spectacles became part of the ruling party’s governance toolkit under Hu Jintao’s leadership, and how their legacy informs politics and political communication in China to this day. Florian Schneider is Senior University Lecturer in the Politics of Modern China at Leiden University. He is managing editor of the academic journal Asiascape: Digital Asia and author of China’s Digital Nationalism (Oxford University Press 2018) and Visual Political Communication in Popular Chinese Television Series (Brill 2013).

This is a timely, original, and relevant work with fine-grained yet essential nuances [on the] emerging, complicated repertoire used by the Communist Party of China to govern the world’s largest authoritarian regime. The author advances a theoretical frame for depicting the networked interactions and communications within the Communist Chinese state and its people. – Jun Liu, associate professor of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen.

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CHINA AND THE BARBARIANS

POLITICAL STUDIES

ISBN 978 90 8728 278 3 e-PDF 978 94 0060 289 2 e-PUB 978 94 0060 290 8 Price € 46.00 £ 39.50 $ 49.50 Published 2018

Publication date October 2019 NUR 754 ISBN 978 90 8728 324 7 e-PDF 978 94 0060 346 2 e-PUB 978 94 0060 347 9

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Dorrit van Dalen

Gum Arabic

DORRIT VAN DALEN

The Golden Tears of the Acacia Tree Gum Arabic is a natural product which grows exclusively in the Sahel and has played an ever increasing role in the global economy. In the time of the crusades, Europeans bought the ingredient in Arab countries. Soon, it was not only used in ink or medicine, but also as a symbol of its putative Arab origin, the noble Orient. Later, gum was bought directly in the countries where it was produced, but western dependence on it grew. As European countries were laying the foundations for their colonial empires, their relations with the suppliers of gum contradicted their views of the world. Gum Arabic now stood for trouble. In her search for the meanings of gum Arabic, van Dalen takes the reader from Shakespeare to Bin Laden, from the Industrial Revolution to a veteran of a recent coup d’etat in Chad. In a fluent, at times elegantly written account, bursting with anecdotes, Van Dalen leaves no element of her subject untouched. Full of life and local colour…. – Trouw ... contagious enthusiasm…. Her book is so easy to digest that you are instilled with a desire to learn even more about how the continents of our modern-day world are linked together.

gum arabic THE GOLDEN TEARS OF THE ACACIA TREE

– NRC Handelsblad

What drives history?[..] Dorrit van Dalen provides the most original answer. – Volkskrant

Dorrit van Dalen has worked in West Africa for many years, in international cooperation and as a journalist. She is now affiliated to Leiden University as an anthropologist and arabist.

Dorrit van Dalen knows how to create a riveting tale full of strange happenings and mysterious practices. – Elsevier

CULTURAL HISTORY Publication date October 2019 NUR 694 ISBN 978 90 8728 336 0 e-PDF 978 94 0060 358 5 e-PUB 978 94 0060 359 2 Language English Price € 24.50 £ 22 $ 27.50 Format Paperback 135 x 210 mm Page extent 248 pages Cover design Suzan Beijer Imprint LUP General

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Michael J. Douma

The Colonization of Freed African Americans in Suriname Archival Sources relating to the U.S.-Dutch Negotiations, 1860-1866 During the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln’s administration engaged in protracted negotiations with representatives of the Netherlands to aid in the voluntarily colonization of free African Americans to Suriname. Scores of diplomatic letters in Dutch, English, and French, dating to the period 1862 to 1866 attest to the very real possibility that such migration stream could have become a reality. They also indicate reasons why this scheme failed: it was bogged down by differences of opinion, mail delays, and ultimately a reluctance of any African Americans to migrate. Previously unpublished and unknown, these letters have been transcribed and translated here for the first time. The sources provide a rare look inside the minds of liberal government officials during the age of emancipation in the Atlantic World. They demonstrate the officials’ humanitarian concerns, their racial prejudices, respect for legal order and process, and faith in governments to solve international problems. The Age of Abolition was a period when colonial empires were desperate to continue the supply of labour to growing plantation industries. It was also a period when former slaves began to assert their rights as citizens. This collection of sources give insight into how entrepreneurs and state officials engaged in international relations to solve the challenges of their time. The collection is also a reminder that avenues not taken — the migration of free Afro-Americans to Suriname — are crucial to understanding the history of this period. – Karwan Fatah-Black, university lecturer at the Institute for History, Leiden University.

This collection of sources is a very welcome addition to Surinamese and Caribbean historiography. The negotiations between the Netherlands and the United States shed light on an understudied topic; it is surprising how little we know about these crucial years of abolition beyond the actual abolition of slavery and the remuneration of the owners. The topic plus the translations into English make this publication a valuable contribution to pan-Caribbean history as it will help students and scholars to look beyond the borders of empire and will invite connecting perspectives on colonization plans for and by formerly enslaved African Americans. What make these papers even more interesting is that the abolition processes in the USA and Suriname coincided. In short, I strongly support the publication of these sources as they will invite further cross-Caribbean historical studies. – Rosemarijn Hoefte, professor in the history of Suriname after 1873 in comparative perspective at the University of Amsterdam and President of the Association of Caribbean Historians.

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Michael J. Douma is an assistant research professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, where he is also affiliate faculty in the history department. He has published widely on the history of the Dutch in the United States, and is working on a history of Dutch-speaking slavery in New York and New Jersey.

COLONIAL AND GLOBAL HISTORY THROUGH DUTCH SOURCES Publication date September 2019 NUR 685 ISBN 978 90 8728 325 4 e-PDF 978 94 0060 348 6 e-PUB 978 94 0060 349 3

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Teun Baartman

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Cape Conflict Protest and political alliances in a Dutch settlement

interpretations and an innovative narrative about where burghers came from, what their position was, and how the Cape political world operated. A highly original study and very significant in its historiographical import – it will change the way we think about the Dutch Cape. – Gerald Groenewald,

associate professor, Department of Historical Studies, www.uctpress.co.za University of Johannesburg.

Teun Baartman

Co-publication with UCT Press (Cape Town) Teun Baartman has a PhD in History (University of Cape Town) and is a consultant researcher to Outsiders Within, a research archive project of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cape Town. He has contributed numerously to publications on burghers in the Cape Colony.

SOUTH AFRICA Publication date October 2019 NUR 680 ISBN 978 90 8728 334 6 Language English Price € 29.50 £ 26.50 $ 32.50 Format 152 x 228 mm Page extent 240 pages Cover design Genevieve Simpson Imprint LUP Academic

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D.L. Noorlander

Heaven’s Wrath The Protestant Reformation and Dutch West India Company in the Atlantic World How did Reformed Christianity, the public faith of the Netherlands, influence the Dutch experience abroad? How did the Reformed Church and the West India Company (WIC) interact in each setting? What effect did the major religious issues and divisions of the period have on the WIC and its directors, merchants, employees, settlers, and indigenous allies? Conversely, what effect did expansion have on Dutch Calvinism? In answering these and other questions, D. L. Noorlander argues against prevailing understandings of the role of religion in the Dutch colonial enterprise, finding that the Dutch Reformed Church was integral to Dutch colonialism. The stereotype of the Dutch merchant is a man unconcerned with differences in theological doctrine and political ideology so long as business was brisk. Although this has some merit in the history of New Amsterdam, the broader colonial effort in the Atlantic and, indeed, around the globe was far more closely connected to religious institutions, doctrine, authority, and practice. So whereas the easy answer regarding the failure of the Dutch to set up a durable empire in North America supposes a causal connection between dominant commercial interest and the lack of concern for the settlements and religious missions that animated other European colonization efforts, Noorlander shows that one needs to look elsewhere for the causes of that failure. In so doing, he revises some core notions about the organization and aims of Dutch empire, the culture of the West India Company, and the very shape of Dutch society. Co-publication with Cornell University Press. For distribution in the Netherlands and Belgium only.

D. L. Noorlander is assistant professor of history at the State University of New York, Oneonta. He is coeditor of the journal New York History.

This is an impressive, ambitious study that will change the conversation about religion, trade, and imperial expansion in the case of the Dutch. Heaven's Wrath exceeds all other work on the topic. — Evan Haefeli, associate professor at the department of history at Texas A&M University.

GLOBAL HISTORY Publication date September 2019 NUR 680 ISBN 978 90 8728 330 8 Language English Price € 39.50 Format Hardback illustrated 152 x 229 mm Page extent 296 pages Cover design Richanna Patrick Imprint LUP Academic

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Heaven's Wrath shows Dr. Noorlander is absolutely qualified to tackle the theme of WIC and the Reformed Church, and is of the highest quality. — Willem Frijhoff, professor at the department of History at Erasmus University Rotterdam.


NEW SERIES Petra Groen (ed.)

The Eighty Years War From Revolt to Regular War, 1568-1648 The military factors underlying the division of the Low Countries and the creation of the Dutch Republic are described in this book. The birth of the new state was to no small degree determined by the balance of military power on land and at sea. That in the north the provincial States and the Calvinists gained the upper hand and in the south the Spanish rulers and the Catholic Church, was the result of eighty years of warfare. It was also something that no-one had foreseen in 1568. From the outset the conflict between the Dutch insurgents and their Spanish sovereign lord captured the imagination. Against all expectations, Philip II and his successors failed to win a conclusive victory over their rebellious Dutch subjects. In 1648 the mightiest European power of the sixteenth century, the Spanish empire, was compelled to admit defeat at the negotiating table in Münster and recognise the breakaway Dutch provinces as a sovereign state. Published in co-operation with the Netherlands Institute of Military History (NIMH)

The authors, Petra Groen, Olaf van Nimwegen, Ronald Prud’homme van Reine, Louis Sicking and Adri van Vliet, are all specialists in maritime and military history. Translated from Dutch by Andy Brown, Helen Bannatyne and Annette Mills

MILITARY HISTORY OF THE NETHERLANDS Publication date November 2019 NUR 680 ISBN 978 90 8728 333 9 Language English Price € 79.50 £ 69.50 $ 89.50 Format Hardback illustrated 210 x 280 mm Page extent 496 pages Cover design René van der Vooren Imprint LUP Academic

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Caroll I. Davila

Weneya´a – “Quien Habla con los Cerros” Memoria, mántica y paisaje sagrado en la Sierra Norte de Oaxaca This work documents the Saa (Zapotec) cultural heritage of the Bene’ Ya'a/En'ne I'ya, the Zapotec inhabitants of the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca. The book is the result of a close collaboration with the peoples of those communities. In the Dilla Xhon variant (Cajonos Zapotec), the ritual experts are called Weneya’a which means "the one who speaks with the mountains”. The Weneya'a give meaning to the cultural heritage of their communities such as healing practices, illnesses, life and death, all of this in accordance with their sacred landscape. Despite centuries of profound changes, their knowledge has been passed on through the generations from prehispanic times onwards. The heritage of the communities is studied by using two major perspectives: the symbols transmitted by the Weneya'a during their mantic interpretations and ritual discourses together with the meaning of the sacred landscape in cultural memory.

Caroll Davila obtained her PhD in 2019 at Leiden University and the Université Libre de Bruxelles and is currently a collaborative researcher at both universities. She is also associated to the CIESAS in Oaxaca.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDIES LEIDEN UNIVERSITY Publication date March 2019 NUR 682 ISBN 978 90 8728 322 3 e-PDF 978 94 0060 342 4 e-PUB 978 94 0060 343 1 Language Spanish Price € 46 Format Paperback illustrated 210 x 274 mm Page extent 238 pages Cover design Joanne Porck Imprint LUP Academic

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Mark A. Locicero

Liquid Footprints Water, Urbanism, and Sustainability in Roman Ostia This publication examines the archaeological evidence from three city blocks in Ostia, focusing on elements of the water systems identified by past excavations and within unpublished archival material. Inspired by the diversity of research approaches currently used to assess the sustainability of water in contemporary cities, this study presents the Roman Water Footprint, which diachronically assesses changes to all parts of a hydraulic system (supply, usage, drainage). At the same time, the Roman Water Footprint calculates socio-cultural expressions of water usage, and uses paleo-environmental data to highlight the dynamic natural presence of water. The use of the Roman Water Footprint offers a new look at the wider context of ancient water systems and how they changed over time. This study opens a dialogue between first and twenty-first century successes and failures in our urban relationship with water.

Mark Locicero has taken part in several archaeological projects around the Mediterranean. He completed his doctoral studies in 2018 at Leiden University, where he researched the urban history of Ostia and its water system. His current research continues to explore diverse aspects of ancient Mediterranean water systems.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDIES LEIDEN UNIVERSITY Publication date November 2019 NUR 682 ISBN 978 90 8728 323 0 e-PDF 978 94 0060 344 8 e-PUB 978 94 0060 345 5 Language English Price â‚Ź 64.50 ÂŁ 56.50 $ 69.50 Format Paperback illustrated 210 x 274 mm Page extent 400 pages Cover design Joanne Porck Imprint LUP Academic

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NEW SERIES Ton Liefaard, Stephanie Rap and Peter Rodrigues (eds)

Monitoring Children’s Rights in the Netherlands 30 Years of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child This book aims to provide insight in the state of children in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the implementation of children’s rights as laid down in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and developments in this regard over the years. The book provides a source of information for further scientific research, development of policies and legislation and societal and political debate. The first part of the publication presents a general picture of the most important developments and trends in children’s rights implementation in the Netherlands, through an overview of statistics, law reform and policymaking, also in the context of significant international developments. The second part offers an in-depth study of a relevant, topical and/or emerging children’s rights theme. The book starts with an editorial commentary in which the different parts are connected and overall reflections are given. The book aims to contribute to the education and (post-academic) training of students and professionals from the Netherlands and abroad.

MONITORING CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IN THE NETHERLANDS Publication date December 2019 NUR 822 ISBN 978 90 8728 338 4 e-PDF 978 94 0060 362 2 e-PUB 978 94 0060 363 9 Language English Price € 17.50 £ 15.50 $ 19.50 Format 156 x 234 mm Page extent 64 pages Cover design Merel van Meurs Imprint LUP Academic

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Ton Liefaard is Vice-Dean of Leiden Law School and holds the UNICEF Chair in Children's Rights at Leiden University, Leiden Law School, the Netherlands. Stephanie Rap is assistant professor in children’s rights at the Department of Child Law, Leiden Law School, Leiden University, the Netherlands. Peter Rodrigues is professor of Immigration Law and Head of the Department of Immigration Law at Leiden University, Leiden Law School, the Netherlands.


Kees Schuyt

Tussen fout en fraude

Scientific Integrity The Rules of Academic Research

Kees Schuyt

The growing attention for scientific integrity is part of a wider culture of professionalization and accountability − which appears to signal that integrity is no longer self-evident as a core value of professional conduct. Examples abound. But what is scientific integrity? Why does it matter? What are the issues, and what is at stake? What do we know about the nature and scope of violations of scientific integrity? In this book, Kees Schuyt explores the concept of integrity, describes various cases of fraud and other types of dishonest behaviour in research practice, and offers a reflective and pragmatic framework for handling transgressions against the rules of academic research. Drawing on a wide variety of historical examples, Schuyt looks into matters ranging from the codification of scientific integrity to the difference between misconduct, questionable practices, and honest errors, and the uses and abuses of the notion of plagiarism. Last but not least, he considers how the norms and values of academic research can best be transmitted to students and new generations of researchers.

Scientific Integrity The Rules of Academic Research

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Kees Schuyt is emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Amsterdam. He chaired the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) committee that published a key report on scientific integrity in 2012. From 2006 to 2015, he chaired the Dutch National Board for Research Integrity (Landelijk Orgaan Wetenschappelijke Integriteit, LOWI). Translated by Kristen Gehrman

TUSSEN FOUT EN FRAUDE

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KUNSTGESCHIEDENIS

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NEW SERIES Inge van de Ven

Big Books in Times of Big Data This book explores the aesthetics, medial affordances, and cultural economics of monumental literary works of the present. Using a wide-ranging international archive of hefty tomes by authors such as Mark Z. Danielewski, Roberto Bolaño, Elena Ferrante, and Karl Ove Knausgård, George R.R. Martin, Jonathan Franzen, and William T. Vollmann, van de Ven recuperates multiple strands of bigness that speak to the tenuous position of print literature in the present but also to the robust stature of literary discourse within our age of proliferating digital media. Her study makes a case for the cultural agency of the big book—as a material object and a discursive phenomenon, entangled in complex ways with questions of canonicity, mediality, gender, and power. Van de Ven takes us into a contested bookish terrain beyond the 1,000-page mark, where issues of scale and readerly comprehension clash with authorial aggrandizement and the pleasures of binge reading and serial consumption. Inge van de Ven’s superb book explores the aesthetics, the medial affordances, and the cultural economics of monumental literary works in the present. […] Balancing careful close readings of such door-stop books as Danielewski’s The Familiar and Bolaño’s 2666 with wide-ranging discussions of big data epistemologies, media change, and evolving forms of literacy, Big Books in Times of Big Data is a perfect blend of comparative media studies and literary analysis. − Alexander Starre, assistant professor in American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin.

The study is very well written and seamlessly integrates readings of complex large-scale literary works with new theory across literary studies, feminism, digital and media studies. – Henriette Steiner, associate professor at the Section for Landscape Architecture and Planning, University of Copenhagen.

MEDIA / ART / POLITICS Publication date November 2019 NUR 617 ISBN 978 90 8728 337 7 e-PDF 978 94 0060 360 8 e-PUB 978 94 0060 361 5

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Inge van de Ven is assistant professor of Cultural Studies at Tilburg University. She holds a PhD in Comparative Literature and postdoc (Empowering Creativity in Education) from Utrecht University, and a Core Fellowship (2018-‘19) from the Institute for Advanced Study, Budapest.


ALSO PUBLISHED IN 2019 Michiel Spapé, Rinus Verdonschot and Henk van Steenbergen

The E-Primer An Introduction to Creating Psychological Experiments in E-Prime® E-Prime® is the leading software suite by Psychology Software Tools for designing and running Psychology lab experiments. The E-Primer is the perfect accompanying guide: It provides all the necessary knowledge to make E-Prime accessible to everyone. You can learn the tools of Psychological science by following the E-Primer through a series of entertaining, step-by-step recipes that recreate classic experiments. The updated E-Primer expands its proven combination of simple explanations, interesting tutorials and fun exercises, and makes even the novice student quickly confident to create their dream experiment Featuring: * Learn the basic and advanced features of E-Studio's flexible user interface * 15 step-by-step tutorials let you replicate classic experiments from all Psychology fields * Learn to write custom code in E-Basic without having any previous experience in programming * Second edition completely revised for E-Prime 3 * Based on 10+ years of teaching E-Prime to undergraduates, postgraduates, and colleagues * Used by Psychology Software Tools to train their own staff!

PSYCHOLOGY Publication date April 2019 NUR 770, 980 ISBN 978 90 8728 320 9 e-PDF 978 94 0060 336 3 e-PUB 978 94 0060 337 0 Language English Price € 29.50 £ 25 $ 34.50 Format Paperback illustrated 156 x 234 mm Page extent 244 pages Cover design Merel van Meurs Imprint LUP Textbooks

Michiel Spapé is senior researcher in Cognition and Social Neuroscience at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Rinus Verdonschot is assistant professor in Psycho- and Neurolinguistics and works in Japan. Henk van Steenbergen is assistant professor in Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience at Leiden University, Netherlands.

I truly value this book! […] Working through let me to proficiency with E-Prime, something that has significantly expanded my abilities as a researcher. It’s an invaluable resource that I often refer back to when programming new experiments, and I recommend it to everyone I know who is learning to use E-Prime. − Matthew Robison, postdoctoral research associate at Arizona State University.

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LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS Anousha Sedighi

Lin Chin-Hui and Maghiel van Crevel

Persian in Use

Paint Feet on a Snake

An Elementary Textbook of Language and Culture

An Intermediate Mandarin Reader

Persian in Use is an elementary Persian language and culture textbook designed for first-year Persian language students at college level. It offers a thematically organized and integrative approach to help students achieve proficiency in Persian language and culture.

Paint Feet on a Snake is intended for Chinese Studies majors, China-focused students in other fields, heritage learners, and professionals. It will help improve vocabulary and grammar competence, and foster reading strategies and writing and translation skills, for use in academic and professional settings. Available in full-form and simplified character editions

Paint Feet on a Snake is intended for Chinese Studies majors, Chinafocused students in other fields, heritage learners, and professionals.

It will help improve vocabulary and grammar competence, and foster reading strategies and writing and translation skills, for use in academic

Paint Feet on a Snake Paint Feet on a Snake

and professional settings.

| Available in full-form and simplified character editions Paint Feet on a Snake is intended for Chinese Studies majors, China| Aimed at learners of Mandarin with a command of about

focused students in other fields, heritage learners, and professionals. 850 characters and 1200 vocabulary items It will help improve vocabulary and grammar competence, and foster | Suitable for language acquisition programs and for programs reading strategies and writing and translation skills, for use in academic combining linguistic and cultural competence | Optimized in pilot editions at Leiden University

and professional settings.

An Intermediate Mandarin Reader

Available in full-form and simplified character editions Lin Chin-hui is lecturer in Mandarin at the University of| Göttingen. Aimed at learners Maghiel van Crevel is professor of Chinese language| and literature at of Mandarin with a command of about Leiden University.

850 characters and 1200 vocabulary items

| Suitable for language acquisition programs and for programs combining linguistic and cultural competence

| Optimized in pilot editions at Leiden University

FuLL-ForM CharaCter An Intermediate edition

Lin Chin-hui is lecturer in Mandarin at the University of Göttingen.

Mandarin Reader

Maghiel van Crevel is professor of Chinese language and literature at Leiden University.

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Lesson 1 | Paint feet on a snake

Lin Chin-hui and Maghiel van Crevel

MANDARIN PERSIAN Published 2015 NUR 630 ISBN 978 90 8728 217 2 Language English Price € 71.50 £ 55 $ 85 Page extent 400 pages

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Published 2015 NUR 630 ISBN 978 90 8728 225 7 (simplified character edition) ISBN 978 90 8728 233 2 (full-form character edition) Language English Price € 35.50 £ 27.50 $ 42.50 Page extent 264 pages


LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS Ans van Broekhuizen-de Rooij, Inez Kretzschmar, Fresco Sam-Sin and Maghiel van Crevel

Chinees in tien verdiepingen

Paul van Els

Van orakelbot tot weblog

Chinees in tien verdiepingen biedt een schat aan informatie over de Chinese cultuur aan de hand van uitspraakoefeningen in gedichtvorm, culturele en historische verwijzingen, verhalen over roemrijke historische figuren en interessante feiten over de evolutie van Chinese karakters. In tien lessen, verdeeld over twee boeken, wordt een methode gepresenteerd in combinatie met een online cursus waarin studenten uitspraak en luistervaardigheid kunnen oefenen met geluidsopnames en opdrachten.

Van orakelbot tot weblog bestaat uit twee rijk geïllustreerde delen: in deel 1 leer je de basisgrammatica van het Klassiek Chinees, bouw je een degelijke woordenschat op en lees je korte tekstjes. In deel 2 leer je uitzonderlijke grammaticale partikels en constructies, bouw je je woordenschat verder uit en lees je langere teksten die zijn geschreven in een tijdspanne van maar liefst drieduizend jaar.

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KLASSIEK CHINEES

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Publicatiedatum 2011 NUR 630 ISBN 978 90 8728 109 0 (deel 1) ISBN 978 90 8728 138 0 (deel 2) Taal Nederlands Prijs € 45/€ 43,50 Omvang 212/208 pagina’s

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FORTHCOMING IN 2020 Johan Huizinga

Autumntide of the Middle Ages Johan Huizinga

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aar later geniet ariteit. Het boek is sieke geschiedwerken. waardering voor inlevingsvermogen A new English translation of Huizinga's he visie, maar ook Herfsttij der Middeleeuwen, which rfsttij is in meer dan

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as faithful to the Dutch original as possible and will include beautiful new English renderings of the Old and Middle French poems. Over 300 works of art, illuminated manuscripts and miniatures pertinent to Huizinga's discourse will be included as well as a I S B N 978-90-872-8312-4 complete bibliography of Huizinga’s own reading and an up-to-date introduction.

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AU T U M N T I DE of the M IDDLE AGES Johan Huizinga

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HISTORY Publication date Spring 2020 NUR 680, 684 ISBN 978 90 8728 313 1 Language English Price € 62.50 £55 $ 69.50 Format Hardback, illustrated 215 x 270 mm Page extent 592 pages Cover design Suzan Beijer Imprint LUP General

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CHINA AND THE BARBARIANS

REALM BETWEEN EMPIRES

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