Contents: Multatuli's Woutertje Pieterse and Vorstenschool: The (Un) poetic Truth of Upward Mobility; A.W. de Groot's Strukturele syntaxis and Modern Language Theory; Rewriting the History of the Dutch: On the Use of Social History to Explain Linguistic Change; The Moral Economy of Natural History and Medicine in the Dutch Golden Age; Poet after the Death of God; Forum Aesthetics and Incorrectness of F.C. Terborgh; Mennonite Martyrdom in Amsterdam and the Art of Rembrandt and His Contemporaries; The Discovery of the External World in the Short Stories of Carry van Bruggen (1881-1932); Afrikaans Literature in the Netherlands; Color Versus Comportment in the Middle Dutch Moraien; Romeyn de Hooghe: Porno-graveur? A Peek at Seventeenth-Century Dutch Erotica; Determinism versus Contingency and Synchrony versus Diachrony: Explaining "Holes" in Dutch Grammatical Patterns; De Stijl and the Amsterdam School: A Historiographic Dilemma; Stress in Dutch and Afrikaans: A Comparison; Dreams and Pieter Breughel the Elder's Dulle Griet; The Idea of Being a Dutchman; Normative Self-Reflection in Early 17th-Century Amsterdam; Contemporary Afrikaans Literature and the Legacy of Apartheid: The Afrikaner in Search of a New Identity; Body Expressivity in Dutch and Flemish Modern Dance of the Early 1990s; Alexander Morus and John Milton II: Milton, Morus, and Infanticide; Jeroen Brouwers' Sunken Red: The Function of Fiction within the Novel; The Curse of the Missions: Jacob Haafner (1754-1809) and the Christian Missions; "So That It Will Not Happen All Over Again": Narrative Technique in Maria Dermout's The Ten Thousand Things. Co-published with the American Association for Netherlandic Studies.