The brochure Brill in 2017 contains a summary of the consolidated Financial Statements, the Managing Director's Report and a special article. This year the article is about Digital Humanities. Brill has chosen to be an early mover in this new field and decided early on to join DH projects to prepare for this new development. In our Brochure Brill in 2013 we included an article on the subject and now, five years later, we found it appropriate to report on progress made. For the DH these are still early days, but Brill has taken steps to be perceived as a pro-active publisher by the scholarly communities we serve.
On April 23rd, Dutch scholar and Brill author Ina Kok was announced as the winner of the 17th ILAB Breslauer Prize for Bibliography, for her magnum opus Woodcuts in Incunabula Printed in the Low Countries.