dr. J.H.C. (Jacqueline) Bel



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Jacqueline Bel (J.H.C. Bel)
+31 20 59 86442
j.h.c.bel@vu.nl
faculteit der geesteswetenschappen ( taal,lit.&comm. )

Publications in English


2011

  • Jacqueline Bel: Migration, Literature and Cultural Memory.' In: Journal of Romance Studies Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 2011 , pp. 87-97.

2010

  • Jacqueline Bel & Thomas Vaessens:  Women’s Writing from the Low Countries 1880-1920. An Anthology. Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press . Chicago University Press 2010.
  • Jacqueline Bel & Thomas Vaessens: ‘Introduction.’ In: Jacqueline Bel & Thomas Vaessens (eds.): Women’s Writing from the Low Countries 1880-1920. An Anthology. Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press 2010.
  • ‘Literature, Socialism and Visual Arts: Henriette Roland Holst.’In: Jacqueline Bel & Thomas Vaessens (eds.): Women’s Writing from the Low Countries 1880-1920. An Anthology. Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press 2010.
  •  ‘Modernist Philosopher and Questing Opponent of Dogmatism: Carry van Bruggen (1881-1932)' In: Jacqueline Bel & Thomas Vaessens (eds.): Women’s Writing from the Low Countries 1880-1920. An Anthology. Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press 2010.
  •  ‘The Dutch Uncle Tom’s Cabin’: Cécile Goekoop-de Jong van Beek en Donk (1866-1944)’ In: Jacqueline Bel & Thomas Vaessens (eds.): Women’s Writing from the Low Countries 1880-1920. An Anthology. Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press 2010.
  • ‘War, Eroticism and Asceticism: Etty Hillesum (1914-1943)’ In: Jacqueline Bel & Thomas Vaessens (eds.): Women’s Writing from the Low Countries 1880-1920. An Anthology. Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press 2010.
  • ‘War and literature: Anne Frank (1929-1945)’ In: Jacqueline Bel & Thomas Vaessens (eds.): Women’s Writing from the Low Countries 1880-1920. An Anthology. Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press 2010.  

1996 - 2008

2008 Jacqueline Bel: ‘Changing Images: Walt Whitman in the Low Countries. Objective or expressive poetry?’ In: From De Halve Maen to KLM. 400 Years of Dutch-American Exchange. Margriet Bruyn Lacy, Charles Gehring, Jenneke Oosterhoff (eds). Studies in Dutch Language and Culture 2. Nodus Publications Münster,  353-364.

2006 Jacqueline Bel: ‘Racist or anti-colonial? A comparison of The hidden force by Louis Couperus and Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad.’ In: The Low Countries.Crossroads of Cultures. Eds. Ton J. Broos, Margriet Bruyn Lacy, Thomas Shannon. Munster: Nodus Publikationen, 165-175. 

2004 Jacqueline Bel: ‘Political correctness at the dawn of the millennium. The representation of the native other in colonial literature.’ In: Janus at the Millennium, Perspectives on Time in the Culture of the Netherlands. Ed. Thomas F. Shannon and Johan P. Snapper. Publications of the American Association for Netherlandic Studies, 15. Proceedings of the Berkeley Conference on Dutch Literature 2000, 113-121.

2002 Jacqueline Bel ‘The femme fatale in literature. The beautiful merciless woman.’In: Fatal women 1860-1910. red. Henk van Os [e.a.]. Catalogue Groninger Museum /Museum voor Schone Kunsten Antwerpen. Groningen / Antwerp 2002, 55-64.

1997 Jacqueline Bel: 'A smell of higher herring. Some preliminary remarks on Dutch poetry in the 1990's, or how Maximaal is Dutch poetry?' In: Proceedings of the Berkeley Conference on Dutch literature 1995. Berkeley, 183-201.

1996 Jacqueline Bel: 'Couperus, the Dutch Oscar Wilde, on beauties and beasts.' In: 'Beauty and the beast'. Christina Rosetti, Walter Pater, R.L. Stevenson and Their Contemporaries. ed. Peter Liebregts and Wim Tigges. DQR Studies in Literature 19 Amsterdam [etc.]: Rodopi, 259-270. 

 Extensive list of publications

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Ancillary activities

Onbekend - Unknown Onbekend, 01 januari 1990
Libris Literatuurprijs - member of the Jury Amsterdam, 01 januari 2015
Last changes Ancillary activities: Amsterdam 27 januari 2017