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Record number 532834
Title Filantropie in de Gouden Eeuw
Author(s) Teeuwen, Danielle
Source Philantrophy in the Golden Age, Radio Swammerdam (Amsterdam FM), 2017-05-07, https://soundcloud.com/swammerdam/swammerdam-uitzending-07-05-2017-filantropie
Department(s) WASS
Rural and Environmental History
Publication type Media appearance
Publication year 2017
Abstract

In the Dutch Republic (1588-1795) a large proportion of poor relief was financed through collection gifts. In many cities door-to-door collections took place weekly and money was also raised during church services.
In her thesis she examined how secular and religious authorities managed to raise high and relatively stable amounts for charitable causes year after year. Teeuwen analysed the policies of both city councils and church boards that organized these collections, as well as the population’s giving behaviour.

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