Publications

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Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Book Chapter
Zaagsma G.  In Preparation.  Content Management. Handbook of Public History in the Digital Age.
Zaagsma G.  2011.  Die Botwin Kompagnie. Enzyklopädie jüdischer Geschichte und Kultur. :392-397.
Zaagsma G.  Submitted.  Help, betrayal and the importance of networks – Jews in hiding in the Netherlands and the case of Anne Frank.
Altena B, Turpijn J.  1998.  Leven en werk van Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis.
Zaagsma G.  2012.  Propaganda or fighting the myth of pakhdones? Naye Prese, the Popular Front, and the Spanish Civil War Choosing Yiddish: New Frontiers of Language and Culture. :87-103.PDF icon Download (9.65 MB)
Zaagsma G.  2010.  Transnational networks of Jewish migrant radicals - The case of Berlin. Transit und Transformation: Osteuropäisch-Jüdische Migranten in Berlin 1918-1939. :218-233.PDF icon Download (2.91 MB)
Zaagsma G.  2013.  Using Digital Sources in Historical Research. Jewish History on the Internet. Contemporary history in the digital age. :201-213.PDF icon Table of contents (519.47 KB)
Conference Proceedings
Zaagsma G.  In Press.  The ‘Jewish Freedom Fighter’. The legacy of Naftali Botwin and the construction of a transnational cult of Jewish heroes. Cult of Heroes in Central Europe from the 1880s to the Second World War – Transnational and Transdisciplinary Aspects.
Journal Article
Zaagsma G.  2001.  Aspects of the history of the Jewish musicians guild of Prague in the 17th and 18th century. East European Meetings in Ethnomusicology. 7:41-48.
Zaagsma G.  1998.  De klezmorim van Praag. Over een joods muzikantengilde. Groniek. 32/143:223-230.PDF icon Download (2.21 MB)
Zaagsma G.  2013.  On Digital History. BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review. 128(4):3-29.PDF icon On Digital History (346.34 KB)
Zaagsma G.  In Preparation.  Hybrid approaches to historical research: analysing the Anne Frank diaries with digital tools.
Zaagsma G.  2011.  Jewish History and the Transnational Challenge. Review of Kobrin, Rebecca, Jewish Bialystok and Its Diaspora. H-Judaic. PDF icon Download review (380.32 KB)
Zaagsma G.  In Preparation.  Jewish responses to anti-Semitism in Paris and London in the late 1930s as European Jewish political history.
Zaagsma G.  In Preparation.  Jewish Studies and Digital Humanities. Medaon - Magazin für jüdisches Leben in Forschung und Bildung.
Zaagsma G.  2008.  Jewish-born volunteers in the Spanish Civil War. PhD-project. The International Newsletter of Communist Studies Online. XIV/21:39-42.
Zaagsma G.  2002.  Joodse vrijwilligers in de Spaanse Burgeroorlog: de Botwin compagnie. Groniek. 36/158-159:183-197.PDF icon Download (4.77 MB)
Zaagsma G.  2000.  The klezmorim of Prague. About a Jewish musicians guild. East European Meetings in Ethnomusicology. 7:41-48.PDF icon Download (107.75 KB)
Zaagsma G.  2005.  La NAÏE PRESSE pendant les années 30. Presse Nouvelle Magazine. 24/228:4-5.PDF icon Download (1.34 MB)
Zaagsma G.  2009.  The Local and the International - Jewish Communists in Paris Between the Wars. Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook. 8:345-363.PDF icon Download (4.01 MB)
Zaagsma G.  2011.  Public History oltre lo Stato: presentare il passato Yiddish nell’Europa contemporanea. Memoria e Ricerca. 37:129-142.PDF icon Download Italian version (480.68 KB)PDF icon Download English version (311.44 KB)
Zaagsma G.  2003.  'Red Devils': The Botwin company in the Spanish Civil War. East European Jewish Affairs. 33:83-99.PDF icon Download (1.05 MB)
Zaagsma G.  2011.  Review of Berg, Hetty, Wallet, Bart (eds.), Wie niet weg is, is gezien. Joods Nederland na 1945 (Zwolle: Waanders, Amsterdam: Joods Historisch Museum, 2010). BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review. 126(3):146-148.PDF icon Download (52.71 KB)

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