Universiteit Leiden

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Annemieke van Drenth

Assistant Professor

Name
Dr. J.M.L. van Drenth
Telephone
+31 71 527 3966
E-mail
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

Assistant Professor

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut Pedagogische Wetenschappen
  • Neuropedagogiek en ontwikk. stoornissen

Work address

Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden
Room number 4.A22

Contact

  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2020), De jongen en de non. Historische scenes rond autisme.conference paper: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2020), Hans Asperger en de autismedynamiek. Bespreking van Edith Sheffer's Asperger’s Children Review of: Sheffer, Edith (2018) Asperger’s Children.The Origins of Autism in Nazi Vienna, De Nederlandse Boekengids 5(6): 45-47.book review
  • Van Drenth A. (2019), Book Review Review of: Sheffer E. (2018) Asperger's Children. The Origins of Autism in Nazi Vienna, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 55(2): 169-170.book review
  • Van Drenth A. (2018), Rethinking the origins of autism: Ida Frye and the unraveling of children's inner world in the Netherlands in the late 1930s., Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences 54(1): 25-42.article in journal: refereed
  • Van Drenth J.M.L. (2018), De ontdekking van autisme in Nederland, Markant 5: 30-33.article in journal
  • Van Drenth J.M.L. (2018), The 'idiot' and the 'chain of being'. Nature and mind in the discourse on mental disability in 19th century Holland. International Standing Conference on the History of Education, Berlin.conference paper: refereed
  • Van Drenth J.M.L. (2018), Van zielenroerselen tot sekseverschillen. De vrouw als katalysator in het denken over de psyche in Nederland (1900-1960). In: Everard M., Jansz U. (Eds.) Sekse. Een begripsgeschiedenis.. Amsterdam/Hilversum. 222-240.book chapter
  • Van Drenth J.M.L. (2018), Wat mankeert Siem?, Didactief 48(6): 24-25.article in journal
  • Drenth A. van (2016), The ‘truth’ about idiocy: Revisiting files of children in the Dutch ‘School for Idiots’ in the nineteenth century, History of Education 45(4): 477-491.article in journal: refereed
  • Van Drenth A. (2016), Pioneering in autism. The Dutch case of practicing child-study in the late 1930s. Universidad Autonoma, Barcelona, Spain.conference paper
  • Van Drenth A. (2015), Sensorial experiences and childhood: Nineteenth-century care for children with idiocy, Paedagogica Historica 51(5): 560-578.article in journal: refereed
  • Van Drenth A. (2015), From preacher to teacher. Cultural transfer and the inner world of children with idiocy in the work of Reverend C.E. Van Koetsveld (1807-1893). ISCHE, University of Istanbul, Turkey.conference paper: refereed
  • Van Drenth A. (2015), Panel organizer on The International Standing Conference on the History of Education. Istanbul, Turkey, (University of Istanbul). [other]other
  • Van Drenth A. (2015), Doubting sex. inscriptions, bodies and selves in Ninteenth-century hermaphrodite case histories Review of: Mak G. (2012) Doubting Sex. Inscriptions, Bodies and Selves in Ninteenth-century Hermaphrodite Case Histories, Paedagogica Historica 51(1-2): 237-240.book review
  • Van Drenth A. (2015), Zielzorg en leerkracht. De Haagse ‘Idiotenschool’ van dominee C.E. van Koetsveld in het midden van de negentiende eeuw. In: Exalto J., Van Klinken G. (Eds.) De protestantse onderwijzer. Geschiedenis van een dienstbaar beroep,1800-1920. Jaarboek voor de Geschiedenis van het Nederlands Protestantisme na 1800. no. 23 Zoetermeer: Uitgeverij Meinema. 123-145.book chapter
  • Van Drenth J.M.L. (2013), Biography and 'discovery': Gender and power in Ida Frye's diagnosis of autism in childhood in the 1930s in the Netherlands. Riga, Latvia.conference paper
  • Van Drenth J.M.L. (2013), Sensorial experiences and childhood; Educational power and child pathology in 19th century care for 'idiotic' children. . Riga, Latvia.conference paper
  • Van Drenth J.M.L. (2013), Care and curiosity; Ida Frye and the first boy with autism in the 1930s in the Netherlands. In: Barsch S., Klein A., Verstraete P. (Eds.) The Imperfect Historian: Disability Histories in Europe. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 75-94.book chapter
  • 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 (Lecture). Cologne, University of Cologne, Germany.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (11 April 2012), Idiocy and childhood: Nineteenth century perceptions of mental retardation and child pathology in the Dutch context (Lecture). Glasgow, Glasgow University, UK.other
  • Ruijssenaars A.J.J.M., Bergh P.M. van den & Drenth A. van (2012), Orthopedagogiek: Ontwikkelingen, theorieën en modellen. Antwerpen-Apeldoorn: Garant.book
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (23 June 2011), Knowledge and normalcy: The discovery of the first Dutch boy with autism in the Netherlands (Lecture). Teachers College and Columbia University New York, USA.other
  • Drenth A. van & Essen M. van (2011), Dutch special education schools for children with learning disabilities in the interwar period, Paedagogica Historica 47: 805-824.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Myers K. (2011), Normalising childhood: Policies and interventions concerning special children in the United States and Europe (1900-1960), Paedagogica Historica 47: 719-727.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2011), Recensie. O.W. Dubois. Reddende liefde. Het werk van de heldringstichtingen te Zetten 1847-2010: Verloren 2010, Pedagogiek 31: 238-241.article in journal
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2011), Review of Annelies van Heijst, Models of charitable care: Catholic nuns and children in their care in Amsterdam, 1852-2002, Paedagogica Historica 47: 453-455.article in journal
  • 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 (Lecture). Ghent (Belgium).other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (19 November 2009), Cornelia de Lange (1871-1950) en de ontdekking van de ‘typus Amstelodamensis’ meisjes (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2009), Recensie Review of: Verstraete P. (2008) Disability history: A Foucauldian perspective, Pedagogiek 29: 95-98.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2009), Review Review of: Heijst A. van (2009) Models of charitable care: Catholic nuns and children in their care in Amsterdam, 1852-2002, The Catholic Historical Review 95: 858-859.book review
  • 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) (Lecture). San Francisco State University, United States.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (23 July 2008), Religious stratification and the development of Dutch special education schools in the interwar period (1918-1940) (Lecture). Rutgers University, New Brunswick/New Jersey, United States.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (27 February 2008), Dutch Special Education Schools for children with mental impairments in the Interwar Period (Lecture). Lisbon.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2008), Caring power and disabled children. The rise of the educational élan in the United States and Europe, in particular in Belgium and the Netherlands. In: Gabel S.L, Danforth S. (Eds.) Disability and the Politics of Education: An International Reader. New York: Peter Lang. 433-449.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2008), Contested scripts: An introduction, Paedagogica Historica 44: 369-377.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2008), Recensie Review of: Gutman M., Coninck-Smith N. de (2008) Designing modern childhoods. History, space, and the material culture of children, Pedagogiek : 240-242.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (2008), The ambiguity of professing gender. Women educationalists and New Education in the Netherlands (1890-1940), Paedagogica Historica 44: 379-396.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2007), The only Dutch female eponym. A contextual historiography of the Cornelia de Lange syndrome. Hamburg Duitsland. [other]other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (11 April 2007), Josephine Butler (1828-1906). Over religieuze inspiratie en zorgende macht (Lecture). Groningen.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2007), Indicatiestelling in onderwijs en zorg. Hoeksteen of obstakel?. In: Rijswijk K van, Berckelaer-Onnes I. van (Eds.) Indicatiestelling in onderwijs en zorg. Hoeksteen of obstakel. Amsterdam: Boom. 21-37.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2007), Mental boundaries and medico-pedagogical selection; Girls and boys in the Dutch 'School for Idiots', The Hague 1857-1873, Paedagogica Historica 43: 99-117.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2007), Pediatrie als professie. Het werk van Cornelia C. de Lange (1871-1950). In: Timmerman G., Bakker N., Dekker J.J.H. (Eds.) Cultuuroverdracht als pedagogisch motief. Historische en actuele perspectieven op onderwijs, sekse en beroep.. Groningen: Barkhuis. 159-178.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2007), Review of Mineke Bosch, Aletta Jacobs 1854-1929 Review of: (2005) Een onwrikbaar geloof in rechtvaardigheid, American Historical Review 112: 1618-1619.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1 November 2006), Gender and professionalism in primary special education in the Netherlands in the Interbellum Period (Lecture). Londen.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (22 March 2006), Religious Inspiration and prfessionalism in the care of the feeble-minded"in the Netherlands, 1850-1920 (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (10 March 2006), Contested History. The social contruction of identity, disability and gender. (Lecture). Winchester UK.other
  • Van Drenth A. (2006), Boekrecensie: Macht en onmacht in het orthopedagogisch werkveld. Foucault en de zorg voor personen met een mentale handicap. Review of: Verstraete P. (2004) Macht en onmacht in het orthopedagogisch werkveld. Foucault en de zorg voor personen met een mentale handicap, Paedagogica Historica 42: 473-476.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2006), Holy beliefs and caring power. Josephine Butler's influence on abolitionisn and the women's movement in the Netherlands. In: Daggers J, Neal D (Eds.) Sex, Gender and Religion: Josephine Butler Revisited. New York: Peter Lang. 73-95.book chapter
  • 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 (Lecture). Sydney, Australia.other
  • 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) (Lecture). Montreal, Canada.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2005), Doctors, philanthropists and teachers as 'true' ventriloquists? Introduction to a special issue on the history of special education, History of Education 34: 107-117.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2005), Van Koetsveld and his 'School for Idiots' in the Hague(1855-1920). Gender and the History of Special Education in the Netherlands, History of Education 34: 151-169.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (22 September 2004), Risico's in de ontwikkeling van kinderen in historisch perspectief (Lecture). Stichting Jorik, Noordwijkerhout.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (14 July 2004), Professing gender. Women practicing educational sciences and 'new education' in the Netherlands (Lecture). University of Geneva.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2004), Het zwakke geslacht en de armen van geest. Gender en de negentiende-eeuwse zwakzinnigenzorg in de Haagse Idioten-school. In: Rietveld-van Wingerden M., D'hoker M., Drenth A. van, Groenendijk L., Bakker N. (Eds.) Zorgenkinderen in beeld. Facetten van de orthopedagogische praktijk in Nederland en België in de negentiende en twintigste eeuw. Jaarboek voor de geschiedenis van opvoeding en onderwijs 2004. Assen: Van Gorcum. 59-85.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2004), Kind in gevaar. Risico's in de ontwikkeling van kinderen in historisch perspectief. In: Aalsvoort G.M. van der (Ed.) Eén kind, één plan. Naar een betere afstemming van jeugdzorg en onderwijs voor jonge risicokinderen. Leuven: Acco. 147-161.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2004), Surplus van de liefde Review of: Heijst A. van (2004) Liefdewerk. Een herwaardering van de caritas bij de Arme Zusters van het Goddelijk Kind sinds 1852, Historica: Vrouwengeschiedenisblad 27: 26-26.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (2004), The position of Dutch and American women in early twentieth-century educational sciences. Different roots but similar outcomes. In: MacDonald A.A., Huussen Jr A.H. (Eds.) Scholarly Environments: Centres of Learning and Institutional Contexts 1560-1960. Leuven: Peeters. 151-167.book chapter
  • 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 (Lecture). Berlin.other
  • Rietveld-van Wingerden M., D'hoker M., Drenth J.M.L. van, Groenendijk L. & Bakker N (Eds.) (2004), Zorgenkinderen in beeld. Facetten van de orthopedagogische praktijk in Nederland en België in de negentiende en twintigste eeuw. Jaarboek voor de geschiedenis van opvoeding en onderwijs 2004. Assen: Van Gorcum.editorship of book
  • 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'. (Lecture). 's Heren Loo in Ermelo.other
  • 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. (Lecture). Sao Paulo, Brasil.other
  • 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) (Lecture). Liverpool.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2003), Review of: Sadovnik A.R., Semel S.F. (2002) Founding Mothers and Others. Women Educational Leaders During the Progressive Era, Paedagogica Historica 39: 504-520.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2003), Functie bij : Graduate School of D. Gruziel. [other]other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (2003), "Shoulders squared ready for battle with forces that sought to overwhelm". West-European and American women pioneers in the educational sciences, 1800-1910., Paedagogica Historica 39: 263-284.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Essen M. van (2003), Shoulders squared ready for battle with forces that sought to overwhelm: West-European and American women pioneers in the educational sciences, Paedagogica Historica 39: 263-284.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2003), Tender sympathy and scrupulous fidelity: Gender and professionalism in the history of deaf education in the United States, International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 50: 367-383.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2003), "Tender Sympathy and Scrupulous Fidelity": gender and professionalism in the history of deaf education in the United States., International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 50: 367-383.article in journal: refereed
  • 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. (Lecture). Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (23 February 2002), De zorg voor het fabrieksmeisje (Lecture). Eindhoven.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2002), Review of: Leeuwen van M.H.D. The Logic of Charity: Amsterdam 1800-1850., American Historical Review 107: 636-637.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2002), The City and the Self. The Case of Girls' Protection in the Netherlands around 1900., Educational Review 54: 125-132.article in journal
  • 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 (Lecture). University of Groningen.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1 July 2001), The City and the Self. The case of Girl's Protection in the Netherlands around 1900 (Lecture). University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2001), De val van de engel des huizes. Gender en macht in historisch pedagogisch perspectief.. In: Essen M van (Ed.) Genderconcepties en pedagogische praktijken. Jaarboek voor de geschiedenis van opvoeding en onderwijs van de Belgisch Nederlandse Vereiniging voor de Geschiedenis van Opvoeding en Onderwijs 2000. Assen: Van Gorcum. 89-106.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2001), Review of: Veendrick Laurenz (2001) Tussen school en leven. Langdurige internaatsvorming voor meisjes tussen 14 en 16 jaar in de jaren vijftig en zestig in vormingsinternaat De Vonk te Noordwijkerhout., Pedagogiek 21: 279-281.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2001), Vaderschap in verandering? Review of: Duindam Vincent/ (2001) Zorgende vaders. Over mannen en ouderschap, zorg, werk en hulpverlening. / Vaders in spee. Over de kinderwens van mannen en hun voorstelling van het vaderschap., Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies 4: 56-58.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2000), De val van de engel des huizes. Gender en macht in historisch pedagogisch perspectief. In: Essen M. van (Ed.) Jaarboek voor de Geschiedenis van Opvoeding en Onderwijs 2000. Assen: Van Gorcum. 89-106.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2000), Kieschheid en kiesrecht. Zedelijkheid, sociale zorg en burgerschap rond 1898. In: Grever M., Dieteren F. (Eds.) Een Vaderland voor Vrouwen/A Fatherland for Women. Amsterdam: Stichting beheer IISG/VVG. 91-103.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2000), Ordinary Lessons Review of: Franszosa S.D. (2000) Ordinary Lessons. Girlhood of the 1950s., Paedagogica Historica .book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2000), Over schaarste en ware wederkerigheid Review of: Bruule G. van de (2000) Een schaars goed. De betekenis van zorg in de hedendaagse levensloop, Maandblad voor Geestelijke Volksgezondheid : 605-608.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (22 October 1999), De val van 'the angel of the house' (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van, Bussemaker J., Knijn T. & Plantenga J. (1999), Alleenstaande moeders en sociaal beleid in Nederland, Beleid en Maatschappij 26(1): 41-51.article in journal: refereed
  • Knijn T., Drenth J.M.L. van & Wel J. van (1999), De kinderen eerst: Allenstaand moeders in de bijstand en de arbeidsplicht. In: Grotenhuis S., Zwaard J. van der (Eds.) Met de beste bedoelingen. Professionele interventies in het gezin. Maarssen: Elsevier/De Tijdstroom. 23-38.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1999), Expanding class. Power and everyday politics in industrial communities. The Netherlands 1850-1950. Review of: Kalb D. (1999) Expanding class. Power and everyday politics in industrial communities. The Netherlands 1850-1950., Tijdschrift voor Sociale Geschiedenis 25: 241-243.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van, Knijn T. & Lewis J. (1999), Sources of Income for Lone Mothers Families: Policy Changes in Britain and the Netherlands and the experiences of divorced women, Journal of Social Policy 28(4): 619-641.article in journal: refereed
  • Drenth J.M.L. van & Haan F. de (1999), The Rise of Caring Power. Elizabeth Fry and Josephine Butler in Britain and the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.book
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (24 October 1998), Kiesheid en kiesrecht. Zedelijkheid, sociale zorg en burgerschap tijdens de Nationale Tentoonstelling van Vrouwenarbeid (1898) (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1998), 'Smile and Shine' Feminity in film and theatre of the Dutch Catholic Girls' Organization 'The Grail' (1928-1940). Leuve. [other]other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (2 March 1998), Care, professionalism and social cohesion (Lecture). Utrecht.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1998), Citizinship, participation and the social policy on girls in the Netherlands. In: Bussemaker J., Voet R. (Eds.) Gender, Partcipation and Citizinship in the Netherlands. Aldershor/Brookfield USA/Singapore/Sidney: Ashgate. 79-90.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1998), Erziehung und Geslechts bildung des Weiblichen Review of: Kleinau E. (1998) Recensie van Erziehung und Geslechts bildung des Weiblichen, Pedagogiek 18: 389-391.book review
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (14 November 1997), Over dienende liefde en zorgende macht (Lecture). Utrecht.other
  • 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) (Lecture). Dublin, Ierland.other
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (31 January 1997), Over vrouwelijkheid, professionele zorg, macht en ethiek (Lecture). Amsterdam.other
  • Bussemaker J., Drenth J.M.L. van, Knijn T. & Plantenga J. (1997), Lone Mothers in the Netherlands. In: Lewis J. (Ed.) Lone Mothers in European Welfare Regimes. Shifting Policy Logics. London/Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 96-120.book chapter
  • Drenth J.M.L. van (1997), Over dienende liefde en zorgende macht. Sekse en sekseverhoudingen in historisch perspectief, Tijdschrift voor Vrouwenstudies 18(3): 322-335.article in journal: refereed

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