E. van de Wetering, Rembrandt - The Painter at Work
Amsterdam University Press (AUP) was established in 1992 by the University of Amsterdam and was based on Anglo-Saxon publishing model. Within a few years this young and fast growing publishing firm has built up a publishing list of more than 700 titles among which 540 titles are available as E-books. The 180 scholarly and trade publications of AUP are available every year in Dutch or English and relate to subjects in the area of humanities and social sciences. AUP rencently aquired Leiden University Press and adds more titles into its current portfolio.
Areas of specialization
The books and journals that are published by Amsterdam University Press include more than 20 areas of specialization including language and literature, archaeology, cultural history, art and art history, film and media studies, sociology, political and policy sciences and Asian studies.
阿姆斯特丹大学出版社（AUP）成立于1992年，并沿用Anglo-Saxon的出版模式。在短短的几年内这个年轻和快速成长的出版社已经出版了700多种的图书,其中540余种图书已经数字化。AUP的出版方向是人文（重点为语言、文学、历史，影视和艺术）和社会科学方面的学术和非学术的图书（包括荷兰语和英语），每年的出数量为180余种。AUP最近整合了莱顿大学出版社（Leiden University Press）从而进一步发展壮大。
Titles and authors 重点推荐图书及精品系列
AUP represents many national en international renowned scholars.
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AUP has an extensive (publication) list on Rembrandt that will be further expanded with mainly academic titles in the English-language. For more information on other publications on Rembrandt : www.aup.nl/rembrandt.
Rinus van Schendelen, Machiavelli in Brussels
Henk van Os, Beeldenstorm A selection of the best material is now published in Stories of images, available in three languages: English, Dutch and German.
Film Culture in Transition series, series editor is Th. Elsaesser, for example: European Cinema. Face to Face to Hollywood, the collection of essays written by the acclaimed film scholar himself, Thomas Elsaesser
Amsterdam Archaelogical Series
Dutch Etymological Dictionary, edited by Marlies Philipa, Frans Debrabandere, Arend Quak
Latin-Dutch Dictionary edited by Harm Pinkster
Ingmar Bergman. A Reference Guide, the exhaustive compendium written by Birgitta Steene
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