The state of Dutch studies in the UK and Ireland (2018)
A report commissioned by the ALCS to take a snapshot of Dutch language and culture studies in the UK and Ireland. A follow-up of the 2006 study ‘Lying low’.
Survey of pre-1801 Low Countries imprints in the north of England (2011)
This study is a continuation southwards of Kelly’s earlier survey of similar materials in Scottish research libraries, published in the ALCS series Crossways. The survey is available on this website as: W. A. Kelly, ‘Survey of pre-1801 Low Countries imprints in the north of England’, Edinburgh 2011.
Survey Dutch in HE (2006)
In 2006, the ALCS conducted a survey on the provision of Dutch in higher education (HE) institutions in Great Britain and Ireland. The aim of this survey was to gather information on student numbers, staff and programmes available to students of Dutch at British and Irish institutions of higher education.
The findings are compiled in the report Lying low? Low Countries studies in Great Britain and Ireland in the twenty-first century (PDF, 219KB).