Andrew Taber completed an MA degree with Prof. Gary Waite at UNB-Fredericton. His interests before attending UNB were rooted firmly in military history and the role of the Dutch in the historiography of the early modern military revolution, but his work under Gary Waite and the Amsterdamnified Project has kindled an interest in the interchange occurring between the Dutch Republic and England during the 17th century. His MA thesis is entitled “‘You May Be What Devil You Will’: Depictions of Dutch Religious Plurality in English Print, 1609-1699”. An abstract of the thesis is available at the University of New Brunswick website. Click here for details.