J. Leonard Blussé van Oud-Alblas
July 23, 1946 |
Rotterdam, the Netherlands
|Fields||East Asian History
History of the VOC
|Alma mater||Leiden University|
Leonard Blussé (born July 23, 1946 in Rotterdam) is a Dutch historian concerned with the field of Asian-European relations. Blussé has a prolific written output in his field, having authored, co-authored or edited more than twenty books since 2000.
- Visible Cities: Canton, Nagasaki and Batavia and the Coming of the Americans. Harvard University Press. 2008. The 2006 Edwin O. Reischauer Lectures.
- Shiba shiji-mo Badaweiya Tangrenshehui (The Chinese Community of Batavia at the End of the Eighteenth Century (in Chinese). Xiamen: Xiamen University Press. 2002.
- Bitter Bonds, A Colonial Divorce Drama of the Seventeenth Century. Princeton: Markus Wiener. 2002.
- Retour Amoy, Anny Tan – Een vrouwenleven in Indonesië, Nederland en China (in Dutch). Amsterdam: Balans.
- Ba-ta-wei-ya hua-jen yu Chung-ho maoyi (The Chinese of Batavia and Sino-Dutch trade) (in Chinese). Guangxi People's Publishing Company. 1997.
- Zhong-he jiaowang shi (A History of Sino-Dutch Relations) (in Chinese). Amsterdam: Otto Cramwinckel. 1989.
- Strange Company, Chinese Settlers, Mestizo Women and the Dutch in VOC Batavia. Dordrecht: Foris. 1986.
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