Journal of Belgian History, XLVIII, 2018, 4

The fourth issue of the Journal of Belgian History contains four articles and a contribution to the debate section. Jeroen Barrez (KU Leuven) investigates the use of the concept of poverty during the 1960s, Charlotte Vekemans and Yves Segers (KU Leuven) tackle the Belgian state policy of so-called agricultural colonisation in Katanga between 1910 and 1920, the trio of Elke Brems, Reine Meylaerts and Myrthel Van Etterbeeck (KU Leuven) offer a case-study of the novel Mes cloîtres dans la tempête of Martial Lekeux from 1922 and Martin Schoups (UGent) presents his research on Belgian food policy after WW I. The position paper (in English) in the debate section from the young researchers Houssine Alloul and Michael Auwers (PoHis – University of Antwerp) offers a critical look on new diplomatic history.

The third issue of 2018 has been published

The issue has four articles: one in French, two in Dutch and one in English. These articles are contributions from Margaux Roberti-Lintermans about post-war repression in the Eastern Cantons after 1944, of Michèle Corthals on the Flemish resistance press during WW II, of Christa Matthys and Soetkin Gryson about midwives and reproductive healthcare during the 19th Century and finally Eduard Clappaert and Martin Kohlrausch (in English) on Belgian diplomacy and the trials of German war crimes after the First World War.

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