List of Illustrations
List of Abbrevations
The Asian Studies Parade
The Publishing of the Marginalia of the Deshima Diaries
Dutch Class: The Dutch Language as a Vehicle to Western Science
The Zealander Jan van der Cruijsse’s “Japanese” Diary (1736-37)
The Man Who Paved the Way: The Interpreter Imamura Gen’emon Eisei (1671-1737) as the Founder of Dutch Studies
Figure 1. Plegtigheid der Vertreedinge van het Krucifix, enz. te Nagasaki in Japan (Trampling upon the Crucifix, etcetera), c. 1770. Engraving, 18 × 12.5 cm. Collection Vortex. Photo Cindy Bakker.
Figure 2. Summary of this article in Japanese. Source: Japanese Edition of Bridging the Divide. 400 Years The Netherlands-Japan. 2000. Edited by Blussé, Leonard, Remmelink, Willem and Smits Ivo. Hotei Publishing. Photo Cindy Bakker.
Janis Reijnhout (1816-1870) laid to rest in the Dutch cemetery in Nagasaki with a Dutch-Japanese inscription
Figure 3. Japanese inscription on the tombstone of Janis Reijnhout at the Dutch cemetery in Nagasaki. Photo Cindy Bakker. In translation the Japanese text reads as follows: “Set up by Yatsuhashi from the Ofujiya (a Nagasaki brothel) in the third year of t
Colonial War and Emporial War on Taiwan in the Seventeenth Century
Figure 4. Map of Taiwan in the 17th century. Photo Cindy Bakker.
From Sabang to Merauke: Dutch Imperialism in the Light of a Blazing Discussion
From Colonial Lobby to Colonial Hobby: The Royal Dutch Geographical Society and the Dutch East Indies, 1873-1914
Figure 5. Table Membership Royal Dutch Geographical Society, 1873-1814. Photo Cindy Bakker.
Jacob Haafner’s Treatise on the Disastrous Effects of Missionary Activities World-wide
Figure 6. Cover Life under the Palms. The Sublime World of the Anti-colonialist Jacob Haafner. Photo Cindy Bakker.
Who is Afraid of the Historical Biography?
The Indonesia and Africa Specialist P.J. Veth (1814-1895): Founder of the First Chair of Anthropology in the Netherlands (1877)
Figure 7. Covers of Dutch and English editions of P.J. Veth’s biography.
Figure 8. Jan Veth. Orang utan and bird of paradise. 1882. Drawing on parchment. 43 × 51cm. Collection Vortex. Photo Cindy Bakker. Gift of Veth’s friends to P.J. Veth’s on the occasion of his 40 years professorship in 1882.
The World According to Jacob Haafner (1754-1809): Travel Writer and Anti-colonialist
Figure 9. Engraving by Reinier Vinkeles executed on the basis of the drawing by Jacob Haafner of his girlfriend, the devdasi Mamia. 1809. 20 × 15 cm. Photo Cindy Bakker.
The Painter Willem Imandt Revisited: A European Painter in Indonesia
Figure 10. Willem Imandt, Trees in the Preanger. 1933. Oil on canvas, 90 × 110 cm. Collection Vortex. Cover Zeeuws Tijdschrift 65-6/7. Cover design: Pharos, Monique van Hootegem. Photo Cindy Bakker.
Cultural Rapprochement between Asia and Europe
Figure 11. Covers of Cultural Rapprochement between Asia and Europe, ASEM: A Window of Opportunity and Asian-European Perspectives. Photo Cindy Bakker.
ASEM: A Window of Opportunity
Building an ASEM Research Platform
Figure 12. Covers of The Eurasian Space: Far More Than Two Continents, Multiregionalism and Multilateralism: Asian-European Relations in a Global Context; The Asia-Europe meeting: Contributing to a New Global Governance Governance Architecture. The Eight
The Eurasian Space: Far More Than Two Continents
Multiregionalism and Multilateralism: Asian-European Relations in a Global Context
The Asia-Europe Meeting: Contributing to a New Global Governance. The Eight ASEM Heads of State Meeting in Brussels
The Europe-Asia Policy Forum (EUforAsia)
Figure 13. Logo of the Europe-Asia Policy Forum (EUforAsia). Design: Pharos, Monique van Hootegem. Photo Cindy Bakker.
The Quest for a Global Perspective in Asian Studies.
Guide to Asian Studies in Europe
Figure 14. Cover of the Guide to Asian studies in Europe. Photo Cindy Bakker.
New Developments in Asian Studies: An Introduction
What about Asia? Revisiting Asian Studies
Re-orienting Asian Studies
Figure 15. Covers of programme books of ICAS 1, 2, 3 and 4.
ICAS turns 21
Figure 16. Covers of programme books of ICAS 5, 6, 7 and 8.
Figure 17. Covers of programme books of ICAS 9, 10, and 11. ICAS 12 had no programme book since it was online and therefore the Cultural Platform of ICAS 12 is represented.
The ICAS Book Prize: A Multilingual Window on the World of Asian Studies
Figure 19. IBP Submissions 2005-19. Source: The Newsletter 86. Summer 2021.
Figure 20. Covers of programme books of the conferences “Africa Asia: A New Axis of Knowledge 1 and 2”. Photo Cindy Bakker.
Figure 21. Asian Book Series as Global Currency. Supplement to The Newsletter 56. Spring 2011. 1. Colored drawing, 14 × 20 cm. Illustrator Ben Vranken. Photo Cindy Bakker.
The New Asia Scholar
The Publishing History of the International Institute for Asian Studies
Figure 22. Book case containing all IIAS publications from 1994 to 2022 showing the spines of the publications. Photo Cindy Bakker.