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Annemieke van Drenth

Guest

Name
Dr. J.M.L. van Drenth
Telephone
+31 71 527 2727
E-mail
j.m.l.van.drenth@fsw.leidenuniv.nl
ORCID iD
0000-0002-7965-7632

Short CV

  • Assistent Professor, Leiden University, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences,  (1985-present) 
  • Member ISED (Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development) (2005-present) 
  • Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Research on Women, Rutgers University USA (2000) 
  • Member of the Netherlands Research School of Gender Sstudies (1995-2004) 
  • PhD in Gender Studies, Leiden University (1991) 
  • Lecturer, Utrecht University, Department of Education (1982-1985)
  • Lecturer, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Department of Sociology (1980-1982) 
  • MA in Sociology, Radboud University, Nijmegen (1980)

Research

Disability history, in particular special education and the history of syndromes, developmental disorders  and child psychopathology. Projects: history of the first school for ‘idiotic children’ (at The Hague, in the second half of the 19th century); the discovery of autism in de Dutch context (in de late 1930's) and the history of the Cornelia de Lange-syndrome (also in the 1930's).

Relevant links

Digitaal Vrouwenlexicon van Nederland - Ida Frye (Huygens ING)

 

See Dutch profile Annemieke van Drenth

Guest

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut Pedagogische Wetenschappen
  • Instituutsbureau Pedagogiek

Publications

  • Drenth J.M.L. van (21 August 2012), Care and curiosity: Ida Frye and the discovery of autism in the 1930's in the Netherlands. Paper presented at the conference 'The Imperfect Historian. Disability Histories in Europe'.. Cologne, University of Cologne, Germany. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (11 April 2012), Idiocy and childhood: Nineteenth century perceptions of mental retardation and child pathology in the Dutch context. Paper presented at the European Social Science History Conference. Glasgow, Glasgow University, UK. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (23 June 2011), Knowledge and normalcy: The discovery of the first Dutch boy with autism in the Netherlands. Paper presented at 'The State of Children, Politics and Policies of Childhood in Global Perspectives' Society for the History of Childhood and Youth. Teachers College and Columbia University New York, USA. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (13 April 2010), Anomalous children and eponymous fame: Gender and childhood in the work of the Dutch pediatrician Cornelia de Lange in the 1930's. Paper presented at the European Social Science History Conference. Ghent (Belgium). [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (19 November 2009), Cornelia de Lange (1871-1950) en de ontdekking van de ‘typus Amstelodamensis’ meisjes. Studiedag van het Genootschap Historia Paediatrica van de Nederlandse Vereniging voor Kindergeneeskunde, AMC. Amsterdam. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (23 July 2008), Religious stratification and the development of Dutch special education schools in the interwar period (1918-1940). Paper presented at the International Standing Conference on the History of Education (ISCHE). Rutgers University, New Brunswick/New Jersey, United States. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (31 July 2008), Gender, power and care in syndrome history. Women and the development of knowledge on 'the abnormal child' in the Dutch case (1900-1950). Paper presented at Conference of the American Association for the History of Disability: Theory and Practice. San Francisco State University, United States. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (27 February 2008), Dutch Special Education Schools for children with mental impairments in the Interwar Period. Paper presented at the European Social Science History Conference/ Section Childhood & Education. Lisbon. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (11 April 2007), Josephine Butler (1828-1906). Over religieuze inspiratie en zorgende macht. Studiedag Strijdbare Spiritualiteit. Groningen. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (10 March 2006), Contested History. The social contruction of identity, disability and gender. ESCR-Seminar: Social change in the History of Education. Winchester UK. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1 November 2006), Gender and professionalism in primary special education in the Netherlands in the Interbellum Period. Annual Conferance of the History of Education Society. Londen. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (22 March 2006), Religious Inspiration and prfessionalism in the care of the feeble-minded"in the Netherlands, 1850-1920. European Social Science History Conferance. Amsterdam. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (6 August 2005), Mental boundaries and medico-pedagogical selection. Girls and boys in the Dutch 'School for Idiots', The Hague 1857-1873. Paper presented at the International Standing Conference on the History of Education XXVII. Sydney, Australia. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (11 April 2005), The ambiguity of professing gender. Women educationalists and New Education in the Netherlands (1890-1940). Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Montreal, Canada. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2004), Van Koetsveld and his 'School for Idiots' in the Hague (1855-1920). Gender and the History of Special Education in the Netherlands. Paper presented at the Fifth European Social Science History Conference. Berlin. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (14 July 2004), Professing gender. Women practicing educational sciences and 'new education' in the Netherlands. Paper presented at the International Standing Conference on the History of Education (ISCHE). University of Geneva. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (22 September 2004), Risico's in de ontwikkeling van kinderen in historisch perspectief. Symposium over de zorg voor het jonge risicokind. Stichting Jorik, Noordwijkerhout. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (15 July 2003), The Weaker Sex and the Feeble-Minded. Gender and the History of Special Education in the Netherlands. International Standing Conference on the History of Education (ISCHE) 'Education and Modernity'. Sao Paulo, Brasil. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (28 November 2003), Het zwakke geslacht en de armen van geest. Gender en de negentiende-eeuwse zwakzinnigenzorg: het Haagse 'Idiotenschooltje'. Lezing voor de Belgisch-Nederlandse Vereniging voor de Geschiedenis van Onderwijs en Opvoeding (BNGVOO). 's Heren Loo in Ermelo. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (15 April 2003), Holy beliefs and caring power. Josephine Butler's influence on abolitionism and the women's movement in the Netherlands (1850-1920). International Seminar 'Josephine Butler Revisited'. Liverpool. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (23 February 2002), De zorg voor het fabrieksmeisje. Viering van het 50-jarig bestaan van de Soroptimistenclub Eindhoven. Eindhoven. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (8 June 2002), Social Care and Professional Identity. The Case of Women Teachers of the Deaf in the United States in the Second Half of the 19th Century. ISCRAT Conference. Symposium 'Cultural, Institutional and International Constructions of a "Handicap".. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (1 November 2001), Strategies of nineteenth century women educational scientists in the Netherlands and in the United States. Groningen Studies in Cultural Change. University of Groningen. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1 July 2001), The City and the Self. The case of Girl's Protection in the Netherlands around 1900. ISCHE. University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (24 October 1998), Kiesheid en kiesrecht. Zedelijkheid, sociale zorg en burgerschap tijdens de Nationale Tentoonstelling van Vrouwenarbeid (1898). Conferentie 'Een Vaderland voor vrouwen' Honderd jaar nationale tentoonstelling Vrouwenarbeid 1898 - 1998. Amsterdam. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (14 November 1997), Over dienende liefde en zorgende macht. Landelijk Colloquium Vrouwengeschiedenis 'Sekse en Publiek Gezag'. Utrecht. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (31 January 1997), Over vrouwelijkheid, professionele zorg, macht en ethiek. Lezingencyclus van de Hogeschool Amsterdam, Faculteit Sociaal Agogische Dienstverlening. Amsterdam. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (3 June 1997), Caring power. On gender, religion and social care in the biography of Marianne Klerck-van Hogendorp (1834-1909). Meeting of the Standing Working Group on Gender of the International Standing Conference for the History of Education. Dublin, Ierland. [lecture]. Uitvoering / lezing
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