Belgian and Dutch Post-war Historiography on the Protestant and Catholic Reformation in the Netherlands

@inproceedings{Marnef2009BelgianAD,
  title={Belgian and Dutch Post-war Historiography on the Protestant and Catholic Reformation in the Netherlands},
  author={Guido Marnef},
  year={2009}
}
Sixteenth-century studies have been very popular among historians in Belgium and the Netherlands since the nineteenth century. The interconnected theme of Reformation and Revolt, in particular, received ample attention. Dutch historians saw the sixteenth century as the cradle of their modern nation while Reformed scholars welcomed the birth and development of the Calvinist Church. As a consequence, scholarship on the sixteenth century was often ideologically coloured and partisan.1 This… 
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