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by Jill Stern

Free eBook Orangism in the Dutch Republic in word and image, 1650-75 (Studies in Early Modern European History MUP) download ISBN: 0719081165
Author: Jill Stern
Publisher: Manchester University Press; 1 edition (April 13, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Subcategory: Humanities
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Series: Studies in Early Modern European History. Jill Stern is an independent scholar with a doctorate in Dutch History from University College, London.

Studies History, European History, and Early Modern Europe. by Jasper van der Steen. I am a postdoc at Leiden University. My project 'The Nassaus and the Family Business of Power in Early. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2013).

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Studies in Early Modern European History (Hardcover). Orangism in the Dutch Republic in Word and Image, 1650-75. By (author) Rachel Hammersley. Free delivery worldwide. This book will thus be of value to all those interested in the fields of intellectual history and the history of political thought, seventeenth and eighteenth-century British history, eighteenth-century French history and French Revolution studies. Format Hardback 256 pages.

This remarkable study represents a completely original presentation of the language and imagery used by the Orangists in the critical period in the mid-seventeenth century Netherlands as they sought the restoration of the stadholderate in the person of the young prince William III. Stern argues that the Orangists had no desire for the prince to become a monarch, rather that they viewed the stadholderate as an essential component of the Dutch constitution, the Union of Utrecht, and fulfilling a key role as defender of the rights and privileges of the citizenry against an overwheening urban oligarchy. Source material is drawn not only from books and political pamphlets but also from contemporary drama, poetry, portraits, prints, and medals. This enables the author to examine the imagery used by the supporters of the House of Orange, in particular the symbols of rebirth and regeneration which were deployed to propagate the restoration of the stadholderate in the person of William III.