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Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek - Call for Papers

Volume 72 of the Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art is dedicated to the relationship of art and death in the Low Countries and its diaspora, from premodern times to the present. The editors welcome contributions on works of art and architecture (paintings, prints, sculptures, objects of applied arts, monuments, buildings) which in one or the other way can be related to the phenomena and cultural experiences of death, dying and deposition, as well as inquiries into how death and its public rituals shaped the visual arts.

Contributions to the NKJ (in Dutch, English, German or French) are limited to a maximum of 7,500 words, excluding notes and bibliography. Please send a 500-word proposal and short CV by April 15, 2021, to the volume editors:
Bart Ramakers (b.a.m.ramakers@rug.nl), Frits Scholten (f.scholten@rijksmuseum.nl), Edward H. Wouk (edward.wouk@manchester.ac.uk).

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