Studium presents scholarly articles and book reviews devoted to the history of science, scholarship and academic culture – in its broadest sense. Even though there is no limitation to any specific period or topic, the journal is especially (although not exclusively) interested in the Low Countries and their former colonies.

Contributions should be original, based upon original research, and written in either English, French, or Dutch. The editorial board applies a double blind peer review procedure in assessing contributions. See information for authors.

In addition to regular articles, Studium contains a number of sections. Archival and object discoveries are the subject of ‘Pandora’s Box'; new publications in the area of the history of sciences are discussed in the reviews section.

Studium. Tijdschrift voor Wetenschaps- en Universiteitsgeschiedenis
/ Revue de l’Histoire des Sciences et des Universités


Dr. Huib J. Zuidervaart, editor
Huygens ING KNAW
P.O. Box 90.754
NL-2509 LT The Hague
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 70 – 331 5824

Editorial Team

Advisory Board

  • Harold J. Cook (Providence, US)
  • Karel Davids (Amsterdam)
  • Mordechai Feingold (Pasadena)
  • Willem Frijhoff (Rotterdam)
  • Robert Jütte (Stuttgart)
  • Louis Pyenson (Michigan)
  • Hilde de Ridder-Symoens (Gent)
  • Nicolaas Rupke (Göttingen)
  • Jo Tollebeek (Louvain)


Members of the Gewina Society receive Studium free of charge. Membership fees are EUR 34,50 per year (students EUR 23), see contact and membership.

Institutions and libraries can subscribe Studium for EUR 60 per year.

Separate issues can be ordered for EUR 13,50 each (special issues EUR 17,50).

All requests relating to membership are to be submitted to:

  • D. Baneke, Secretary of Gewina
    De Boelelaan 1081
    1081 HV Amsterdam
    Payments may be made to ING bank account no. 91341 (c/o ‘Penningmeester Gewina’)
    (IBAN code: NL73 INGB 0000091341 | BIC/SWIFT code: INGBNL2A)


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