By Benjamin Kaplan, Marybeth Carlson, Laura Cruz
Commonly, the time period boundary applies to the demarcation among a actual position and one other actual position, most ordinarily linked to strains on a map because the essays during this quantity show, even if, a boundary may also functionality in a extra widely conceptual demeanour. A boundary turns into now not an "imaginary line" yet a device for wondering tips to separate any parts, no matter if rules, occasions, etc., into different types during which they turn into understandable and targeted. the coed participants search now not just to determine the bounds, yet, and maybe extra importantly, to appreciate the method of delination, and its outcomes. With its maverick heritage and grass-root political traditions, the Netherlands presents an auspicious surroundings to check the old functionality of limitations either actual and imagined.
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Formsma, De archieven van de raad en rentmeester-generaal der domeinen en der Leen- en Tolkamer in stad en meierij van ’s-Hertogenbosch (‘s-Gravenhage: Ministerie van Onderwijs, Kunsten en Wetenschappen, 1949). A. van Ham, Inventaris van de archieven van de Raad en Rekenkamer van de Markiezen van Bergen op Zoom, 5 vols. A. Drossaers, Het archief van de Nassause Domeinraad, 10 vols. C. M. J. , De Archieven van de Nassause Domeinraad 1581–1811 (Den Haag: Algemeen Rijksarchief, 1997). Although the latter has left a valuable archive, sadly the reports of their annual tour of inspections have been mostly lost except for the second half of the 18th century.
A. J. Annard, ‘ “Het manieeren, besolliciteren en bevorderen van alle voorvallende zaeken”. M. J. , Lobbyen in Nederland: professie en profijt (Den Haag: SdU, 1998), 93–109. See also my forthcoming publication ‘Retour Den Haag’. 30 N. ’, in: De Gids 71 (1907): I/498–523. 31 Nationaal Archief, Rijksarchief in Zuid-Holland, Inventaris van het archief van de gedeputeerden van Haarlem ter dagvaart van de Staten van Holland, (1589) 1603–1787, inv. nr. 1018. states-brabant as a border country 25 consequences.
The early modern Dutch Republic certainly engaged in its share of geographic fashioning and cartographic maneuvering, originally at the expense of its longtime Spanish enemies, later taking aim at the English. Yet this habit of tactical geography—what might be termed “local” geography, invoking the French sociologist of science Bruno Latour3—appears to change by the later decades of the seventeenth century, at which time the Dutch also appear to recede from the battleground of global empire. Indeed, what is most striking about the later corpus of Dutch geography is, first, how broadly accessible, attractive, and appealing it is; and second, how strikingly unpolemical, apolitical, and disinterested it seems—at least relative to earlier patterns of Dutch geography and to competing European traditions of geography.
Boundaries and their Meanings in the History of the Netherlands by Benjamin Kaplan, Marybeth Carlson, Laura Cruz