A Renaissance for Alba Amicorum Research
Keywords:album amicorum, friendship, self-fashioning, Renaissance, peregrinatio academica, social network
Introduction to the special issue 'A Renaissance for Alba Amicorum Research'
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Reinders, S., & Vandommele, J. (2022). A Renaissance for Alba Amicorum Research. Early Modern Low Countries, 6(1), 1–13. https://doi.org/10.51750/emlc12166
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