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Recovering Lost Stories

by Frans van Liere The story of the Four Sons of Haymo was widely popular in the late middle ages and Renaissance, especially in France and in the Low Countries, where I grew up. As a boy in school, I … Continue reading

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Professor Dives Deep Into History of Rare Manuscript

by Rachel Watson (Excerpt from an article on October 12, 2015 on Calvin’s News & Stories.) Tucked safely away in a climate-controlled space in Calvin College‚Äôs Meeter Center is a medieval devotional manuscript the college has owned since 1912. It … Continue reading

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Congratulations Rachel Koopmans

by Ron Wells. It is difficult to keep up with the many graduates of the Calvin History Department. But there is one who merits special mention now. Dr. Rachel Koopmans was a top-notch student in the late 80s and early … Continue reading

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