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The Historical Documentation Centre for Dutch Protestantism
(1800 to the present day)
Thesaurus of Protestant terms
The Historical Documentation Centre for Dutch Protestantism (founded in 1971) is a
documentation institute of the Vrije Universiteit and focuses on the history of
Protestantism in the Netherlands from 1800 to the present day.
Tasks and activities
The Documentation Centre collects and manages archives of
persons and institutions in Protestant circles; these can be consulted for study and
research in the Centre's study room.
The Documentation Centre promotes and carries out historical research, organizes
symposia and workshops and arranges the issue of several series of publications.
The Centre has an extensive range of documentation available for study by interested
persons; this includes the photographic collection and the press collection. Overview of the collection of journals
Since 1988 a Bibliography of Dutch Protestant Journals has been in preparation. You can
find more information under
The Documentation Centre provides information and advice, and collaborates in
educational and academic projects.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
De Boelelaan 1105
1081 HV Amsterdam
Secretariat Hoofdgebouw VU, kamer 1B-34
Telephone number +31 (0)20 59 85270
Director Prof. Dr. G. Harinck
Archivist J.F. Seijlhouwer, E-mail
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