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Librarian-curated research guide for Dutch resources.

Recommended Databases

For interdisciplinary databases, consult this list.

Core Journals

Journal Cover - Title in black lettering above a sketch drawing of a person's face against a white background.
Journal Cover - Title in yellow and dark blue lettering over a background of intersecting red, blue, and light yellow lines and boxes.
Journal Cover - Title in orange lettering over an impressionistic painting of a city street.
Journal Cover - Title in white and black lettering over a purple background with thick gray banner at the bottom.
Journal Cover - Title in white lettering in a dark grey banner over an orange drawing of a ship at sea.

Special Resource: Dutch Periodicals and Newspapers

  • De Telegraaf: Largest newspaper in the Netherlands. 
  • De Volkskrant: A daily newspaper published in Amsterdam, originally launched in 1919, and with a circulation of about 250,000. 
  • Trouw: A daily newspaper published in Amsterdam, originally launched by the Dutch underground in World War II, with a circulation of 100,000. 
  • NRC Handelsblad: News plus links to blogs and multimedia offerings.
  • Nederlands Dagblad : Broad perspective on current events from a Christian perspective.