When Dutch children's literature deals with taboos, some books are too unconventional for the anglophone market.
Hind Fraihi suggests a digital detox. ‘Why not try a Digital Free Month to drastically free ourselves from social media?’
Was the Dutch writer really such an anti-colonial rebel? And what about his preference for young girls?
Hind Fraihi warns us of the growing influence of ‘a second generation of Salafist organizers’.
Hind Fraihi argues that the Decolonise Movement should face its own excesses and focus on real problems, like institutional racism.
Historians have chosen new themes to represent the Canon of Dutch History.
Rapper Zwangere Guy enters into a conversation with Brussels in order to get to know the city and himself better.
A big survey shows that Dutch and Flemish people who move abroad to Anglophone countries don’t speak Dutch quite as often as their other emigrated compatriots do.
At Saint Petersburg State University, translation studies and interpreting are important subjects within the study of Dutch language and culture.
Jaap Robben has in recent years gained an international reputation thanks to his novels 'You Have Me to Love' and 'Summer Brother'.
The French general and emperor left behind deep traces in Dutch society that are still visible today.
Four years after her victory lap through the Low Countries, Lize Spit will now delight English-language readers with her translated debut novel.
The road to success of the iconic Book Tower in Ghent has been all but linear, as historian Ruben Mantels writes in 'Towers of Books'.
Our best literature stories of 2020, handpicked by the editor.