By Zach Bates This is a companion essay to the author’s “The Idea of Royal Empire and the Imperial Crown
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In our inaugural podcast, Contributing Editor Cynthia Houng speaks with Prof. Surekha Davies about her book, Renaissance Ethnography and the
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Interview conducted by editor Derek O’Leary Jeroen Dewulf is the Queen Beatrix Professor in Dutch Studies and an Associate Professor