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Isabel Hoving


Dr. I. Hoving
+31 71 527 2727

Isabel Hoving is Universitair Hoofddocent aan het Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society.

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  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
  • Centre for the Arts in Society
  • Literatuurwetenschap
  • Hoving I. (2017), The Queerness of Nature in Caribbean Writing: Rethinking Race, Gender, and Desire Through Plants [Conference Vegetal Mediations, Central University Europe, Budapest, Hungary, May 6 2017]. .
  • Hoving I. (2017), The Environmental Humanities and Caribbean Literature: New Ways to Theorize Race, Colonialism, Gender, and Desire [Onderzoekschool Literatuurwetenschap, Amsterdam, January 27 2017]. .
  • Hoving I., Crul M.R.J., Haan W., Hogendoorn G., Slootman M., Ramdas S., Romein D.M., Takkenberg J.J.M., Waldring I., Van der Weijden I.C.M. & Wolff R. (2017), Taskforce the future is diversity: Study success bicultural students. Report 2016-2017.
  • Hoving I. (2017), Writing the Earth, Darkly: Globalization, Ecocriticism, and Desire. Lanham, USA: Lexington Books.
  • Hoving I. (2017), Writing the Earth, Darkly: Globalization, Ecocriticism, and Desire. Lanham etc.: Lexington Books.
  • Hoving I. (2015), “Bones, Buried Deep: the Anthropocene as the Frame for Memory and Identity in Caribbean Writing.” Lecture Seminar Climate, Change, Literature. University of Maastricht 6-7 February 2015. .
  • Hoving I. (2015), De een na laatste dood van het meisje Capone. Amsterdam: Querido.
  • Boletsi M., Mul S. de, Hoving I. & Minnaard E. (2015), De lichtheid van literatuur. Engagement in de multiculturele samenleving. Leuven, Den Haag: Acco.
  • Hoving I. (2014), “Broadcasters and Butterflies: Sexual Transgression as Cultural Critique in Dutch Caribbean Writing.”. In: Del Valle R., Fumagalli A.M.C. & Ledent B. (red.), The Cross-Dressed Caribbean: Sexual Politics after Binarism.: University of Virginia Press. 477-513.
  • Hoving I. (2014), Dutch postcolonialism, multiculturalism and national identity: society, theory, literature. In: Göttsche D. & Dunker A. (red.), (Post-) Colonialism Across Europe: Transcultural History and National Memory nr. 7. Bielefeld: Aisthesis Verlag. 390.
  • Hoving I. & Essed P. (red.) (2014), Dutch Racism. New York, Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  • Hoving I. (2014), Geen weemoed. In: Andeweg A. & Wesseling L. (red.), Wat de verbeelding niet vermag! Essays bij het afscheid van Maaike Meijer. Nijmegen: Uitgeverij Vantilt. 148-52.
  • Hoving I. (2014), Lecture workshop From Garbage to Art. Leiden University, Department of Japanese Studies. [lezing].
  • Hoving I. (2014), Matter, Meaning, and the Classroom: A Case-Study. Paper conference Framing Nature: Signs, Stories, and Ecologies of Meaning. Tartu, Estonia, April 29–May 3, 2014. .
  • Hoving I. (2014), “Waste and the Material Turn: the Environmental Humanities in a Global Perspective.”. .
  • Hoving I. (2013), “Between Noah and the Middle Passage: the Imagination of Flood Events in the African Diaspora.” Workshop The cultural politics of catastrophe. (Post)colonial representations of Southeast Asian and Caribbean disasters, 1800 – 2012. Leiden University, 4-5 juni 2013. .
  • Hoving I. (2013), "Broadcasters and Butterflies: Sexual Transgression as Cultural Critique in Dutch Caribbean Writing.". In: Fumagalli M.C., Ledent B. & Valle Alcalá R. del (red.), The Crosse-Dressed Caribbean: Writing, Politics, Sexualities. Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press. 253-271.
  • Hoving I. (2013), "Earthly Things": Ecocriticism, Globalization, and the Material Turn", Frame. Tijdschrift voor Literatuurwetenschap 26(2): 71-85.
  • Hoving I. (2013), Editorial Creative Writing and Arts, Ecozona: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment 4(2): 199-201.
  • Hoving I. (2013), Editorial Creative Writing and Arts Section, Ecozona: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment 4(1): 103-104.
  • Hoving I. (2013), Imagined Space/Lived Space, Alienation/Destruction, Singularity/Specificity: Testing Three Oppositions to Find Out What (Lived) Space Means. In: Heirman J. & Klooster J. (red.), The Ideologies of Lived Space in Literary Texts, Ancient and Modern. Gent: Academia Press. 111-124.
  • Hoving I. (2013), “The Unimaginable Wetlands: Art, Fantasy and the Rising Sea Level.” University of Surrey. ASLE-UKI Conference. 29-31 August 2013. .
  • Hoving I. (2012), “Dark, weird, and impossible: Theorizing the Environment in the Humanities.” Visions of Nature seminar, Radboud University Nijmegen. 18 april 2012. [lezing].
  • Hoving I. (2012), “Desire At Risk: Queer Reconfigurations of Sexuality and Race in Contemporary Flood Narratives.” EASLCE Conference Natura Loquens. la Laguna. University of Tenerife. 29 June 2012. .
  • Hoving I. (2012), "Polderpoko: Why It Cannot Exist". In: Boehmer E. & Mul S. De (red.), The Postcolonial Low Countries: Literature, Colonialism, Multiculturalism. Lanham, Boulder, New York, etc.: Lexington Books. 45-58.
  • Stuiver M., Jagt P van der, Erven E. & Hoving I. (2012), The potentials of art to involve citizens in regional transitions:exploring a site-specific performance in Haarzuilens,the Netherlands, Community Development Journal 2012: .
  • Hoving I. (2011), Michelle Cliff: the Unheard Music. In: Donnell A. & Bucknor M. (red.), Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature.. New York, London: Routledge. 27-33.
  • Hoving I. (2011), Opacity and Openness: Creating New Senses of Dutchness. In: Bal M. & Hernández-Navarro M.A. (red.), Art and Visibility in Migratory Culture. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 297-312.
  • Hoving I. (2011), “Reading: On Slowness, Trees, and the Desire Not to Read.”. In: Aydemir M. (red.), Eighty-Eight: Mieke Bal PhDs 1983-2011. Amsterdam: ASCA Press. 59-63.
  • Hoving I. (2010), Het boek van het vuur 1: Het verbond van de Bliksems. Amsterdam: Querido.
  • Hoving I. (2010), Het Boek van het Vuur 2: De vulkaan van Wageningen. Amsterdam: Querido.
  • Hoving I. (2010), On the Absence of Nature: Writing on Nature and Ecocriticism in the Netherlands, Ecozon@: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment 1(1): 167-73.
  • Hoving I. (2010) The Postcolonial Turn in Dutch Literary Criticism. Bespreking van: Louwerse H. & Minnaard L. (2007|2008), Homeless Entertainment: On Hafid Bouazza's Literary Writing|New Germans, New Dutch: Literary Interventions. Oxford|Amsterdam: Peter Lang|Amsterdam University Press. Journal of Dutch Literature 1: 113-121.
  • Hoving I. (2007), Between Relation and the Bare Facts: the Migratory Imagination and Relationality. In: Durrant S. & Lord C.M. (red.), Essays in Migratory Aesthetics: Cultural Practices Between Migration and Art-making. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 179-190.
  • Hoving I. (2006), Giving Life: Inge Boer's Postcolonial Theory. In: Boer I.E., Bal M., Eekelen B. van & Spyer P. (red.), Uncertain Territories: Boundaries in Culutral Analysis. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 279-290.
  • Hoving I. (2006), In Praise of Imperfect ranslations: Reading, Translating, and the Love of the Incomprehensible. Pinsent Pat (red.), No Child is an Island: the Case for Children's Literature in Translation. . Shenstone: Pied Piper Publishing. 37-44.
  • Hoving I. (2006), On Invasions, Weeds and Wilderness: the Dutch Imagination of Globalisation (thrice). In: Joseph C.A.B. (red.), Global Fissures: Postcolonial Futures. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 153-171.
  • Hoving I. (2005), Circumventing Openness: Creating New Sense of Dutchness, Transit 1(1): 1-11.
  • Hoving I. (2005), Inleiding: veranderingen van het alledaagse. In: Hoving I., Dibbits H. & Schrover M. (red.), Veranderingen van het alledaagse. Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers. 1-24.
  • Hoving I. (2005), Moving the Caribbean Landscape: Cereus Blooms At Night as a Re-imagination of the Caribbean Environment. In: DeLoughrey E.M., Gosson R.K. & Handley G.M. (red.), Caribbean Literature and the Environment: Between Nature and Culture. Charlottesville/London: University of Virginia Press. 154-168.
  • Best S., Blokker N., Hoving I. & Pennings L. (2005), Sexy: internetisch flirten van 1960 tot nu: de coaches en de concurrenten. In: Hoving I., Dibbits H. & Schrover M. (red.), Veranderingen van het alledaagse. Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers. 165-196.
  • Hoving I., Dibbits H. & Schrover Marlou (2005), Veranderingen van het alledaagse. Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers.
  • Alphen E.J. van, Hoving I. & Korsten F.W.A. (red.) (2004), Africa and Its Significant Others: Forty Years of Intercultural Entanglement. New York: Rodopi.
  • Hoving I. (2004), Gardening in the Jungles of Post-Coloniality: Representing Multiculturality and Hybridity. In: Ledent B. (red.), Bridges Across Chasms: Toward a Transcultural Future in Caribbean Literature. Luik: L3 Liege Language and Literature. 211-219.
  • Hoving I. (2004), Nat hout: Astrid Roemers postkoloniale verbeelding. In: , Kunsten in Beweging. Den Haag: SDU uitgevers. 323-341.
  • Hoving I. (2004), Niets dan het heden: over Jamaica Kincaid, de postkoloniale literatuurstudie, en wat er van ons terecht moet komen. In: Kempen M. van, Verkruijsse P. & Zuiderweg A. (red.), Wandelaar onder de palmen. Leiden: KITLV Uitgeverij. 15-27.
  • Hoving I. (2004), Oude pijn en nieuwe moed: familie, politiek en geweld door de ogen van een nieuwe generatie Surinaamse schrijfsters, OSO: Tijdschrift voor Surinamistiek en het Caraïbisch Gebied 23(1): 98-109.
  • Hoving I. (2003), Corruptions, mutations, life: the vegetable imagination of Dutch postcoloniality. In: , Nature and Nation: Vaster than Empires. London: London Institute. 129-138.
  • Hoving I. (2002), De gevleugelde kat. Amsterdam: Querido Uitgevers.
  • Hoving I. (2002), Remaining Where You Are: Kincaid and Glissant on Space and Knowledge. In: , Mobilizing Place, Placing Mobility: The Politics of Representation in a Globalized World. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 125-140.
  • Hoving I. (2002) Review. Bespreking van: Arnold James, A History of Caribbean Literature. Vol 2 nr. 2. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Arcadia: Internationale Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft 37: 413-416.
  • Gyssels K., Hoving I. & Bowers M.A. (2001), Convergences and Interferences: Newness in Intercultural Practices. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  • Hoving I. & Mesters G. (2001), Een vrouw die danst in de regen. Strategieën van zwarte, migranten- en vluchtelingenvrouwen in literatuur, theater en film. In: Botman M., Jouwe N. & Wekker G. (red.), Caleidoscopische Visies. Amsterdam: KIT Uitgeverij. 117-151.
  • Hoving I. (2001), Hybridity: A Slippery Trail. Goggin J. & Neef S. (red.), Travelling Concepts I: Text, Subjectivity, Hybridity. International Conference Travelling Concepts. Amsterdam: ASCA Press. 185-2001.
  • Hoving I. (2001), In Praise of New Travelers. Stanford CA: Stanford University Press.
  • Hoving I. (2000), Buchi Emecheta, Openbaar 30: 320-324.
  • Hoving I. & Hekma G. (red.) (2000), . Thamyris: mythmaking from past to present.
  • Hoving I. (2000) Review Heike Paul. Bespreking van: Paul H. (2000), Mapping Migration: Women's Writing and the American Immigrant Experience from the 1950s tot the 1990s. Heidelberg: Universitatsverlag C. Winter. European Journal of Women's Studies .
  • Hoving I. & Humbeeck K. (red.) (1999), . ALW-cahier.
  • Hoving I., Bosch M. & Wekker G. (1999), In het hart van de wetenschap: naar Total E-quality en diversiteit in de universiteit. In: , In het hart van de wetenschap: naar Total E-quality en diversiteit in de universiteit. Den Haag: SDU.
  • Hoving I. (1999), Smelly Texts for a Conditional Future. In: NN NN (red.), ASCA Yearbook: Come to Your Senses. Amsterdam 61-78.
  • Hoving I. (1999), Three Local Cases in Cross-Atlantic Reading: Discourses on Space and Identity. In: Bal M. (red.), The Practice of Cultural Analysis: Exposing Interdisciplinary Interpretation Between Vision and Reflection. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 203-218.
  • Hoving I. (1998), De eigenzinnigheid van de stem: oraliteit en postkoloniale theorievorming. . ALW-cahier 81-93.
  • Hoving I. (1998), Een leeg graf, een boze man, en een spraakmakende foto: brokstukken van een Nederlandstalige reflectie over interculturaliteit. In: Kempen M. van & Leijnse E. (red.), Tussenfiguren. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 47-61.
  • Hoving I. (1996), Het plezier van de koprol: kanttekeningen bij een interculturele wetenschapspraktijk. In: Braidotti R. & Wekker G. (red.), Praten in het donker. Kampen: Kok Agora. 100-118.
  • Hoving I. (1996), Risico's van smetvrees: Nederland, de Cariben en het postkolonialisme, Armada: tijdschrift voor wereldliteratuur 2: 76-80.
  • Hoving I. (1995), Andere kleuren, andere ritmes, Surplus 5: 22-22.
  • Hoving I. (1995), Het verzet van Caraïbische schrijfsters, Atheneum Illustre 1: 19-21.
  • Hoving I. (1995), Literatuur geeft mensen een eigen identiteit, Atheneum Illustre 1: 47-48.
  • Hoving I. (1995), Love in the Third World: Two Caribbean Women Writers on Myths about the Relation between Sexuality and Race, Thamyris: mythmaking from past to present 2: 151-175.
  • Hoving I. (1 januari 1995), The Castration of Livingstone and Other Stories: Reading African and Caribbean Migrant Women's Writing (Dissertatie, Leiden University). Promotor(en): Schipper Mineke.

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