The journal Grotiana, New Series was launched in 1980. It is the continuation of the Grotiana yearbook of which ten volumes appeared between 1917 and 1947. The journal is devoted to all kinds of academic studies on the life and works, as well as legacies of Grotius. It also contains a bibliography of Grotius editions and relevant secondary literature. Over the last two decades, there have been thematic issues, often collecting papers from international conferences organised under the auspices of the Grotiana Foundation.
The journal is published by the Dutch publishing house Brill. Its current editors-in-chief are Hans Blom and Mark Somos.
Table of contents of the latest issue, Grotiana, New Series 42:1 (2021), including hyperlinks:
- Bart Wauters, ‘Historical, Philosophical, and Legal Foundations of Strict Liability in Hugo Grotius—Some Introductory Remarks to the Special Dossier’, 1–4.
- James Gordley, ‘Culpa Levissima and the Eclipse of Strict Liability’, 5–22.
- Wouter Druwé, ‘Qualitative Liability in the Early Modern Low Countries (ca. 1425–1650)’, 23–52.
- Joe Sampson, ‘The Place of Fault in Grotius’s Conception of Liability for Wrongdoing’, 53–68.
- Bart Wauters, ‘Strict Liability and Necessity in Grotius, Pufendorf, Smith, Kant, and Beyond’, 69–82
- Vincent van Hoof, ‘Grotius’s Position on Implied Servitudes by Means of Destinatione Patris Familias’, 83–109
- Jan Waszink, ‘Religion and Government in Hugo Grotius’s Annales: Orthodoxy, William the Silent and Reason of State’, 110–136
- Edward Jones Corredera, ‘The History of Fair Trade: Hugo Grotius, Corporations, and the Spanish Enlightenment’, 137–159
- Gabriella Silvestrini, ‘The Law of Nations and Natural Law 1625–1800, (ed. by Simone Zurbuchen)’, 161–166
- Robert Volterra, ‘Michael P. Scharf, Milena Sterio and Paul R. Williams, The Syrian Conflict’s Impact on International Law’, 167–172
- Tarik Kochi, ‘Martha Nussbaum, The Cosmopolitan Tradition: A Noble But Flawed Ideal’, 173–177