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 39 (2018)
– Felix Waldmann, ‘An Unpublished Letter from Herbert of Cherbury to Grotius on the Expeditio in Ream Insulam: Commentary, Text, and Translation ‘, 1-14
– Francesca Iurlaro, ‘Grotius, Dio Chrysostom and the ‘Invention’ of Customaryius gentium’, 15-44
– Emile Simpson, ‘States and Patrimonial Kingdoms: Hugo Grotius’s Account of Sovereign Entities in The Rights of War and Peace?, 45-76
– Gustaaf van Nifterik, ‘A Reply to Grotius’s Critics. On Constitutional Law’ 77-95
– Laurelin Middelkoop, ‘An Introduction to the Smaller Bodies of Water in Hugo Grotius’s Legal Theory’, 97-103
– Eltjo Schrage, ‘The Historical Foundations of Grotius’ Analysis of Delict [Legal History Library 24], written by Joe Sampson’, 105-119
– Nicholas Hardy, ‘Scriptural Authority and Biblical Criticism in the Dutch Golden Age: God’s Word Questioned, edited by Dirk van Miert, Henk J. M. Nellen, Piet Steenbakkers, and Jetze Touber’, 120-129
– Andrew Blom, ‘Hugo Grotius and the Modern Theology of Freedom: Transcending Natural Rights, written by Jeremy Seth Geddert’, 130-136
– Marco Barducci, ‘Hugo Grotius and the Century of Revolution 1613–1718: Transnational Reception in English Political Thought,written by Marco Barducci’, 137-151
– Sarah Mortimer, ‘Criticism and Confession. The Bible in the Seventeenth Century Republic of Letters, written by Nicholas Hardy, 152-154
– Ioannis D. Evrigenis, ‘Necessity in International Law, written by Jens David Ohlin & Larry May, 155-159