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Taal Engels
Tweede taal Nederlands
Bindwijze paperback
Bladzijdes 232
Redactie Nancy Jouwe
Reeks nummer 39
Plaats van uitgave Hilversum
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Contents: EDITORIAL BOARD, Foreword   NANCY JOUWE, Introduction   The silent archive: SUZE ZIJLSTRA, Free and enslaved Asian women in European and Eurasian households in 18th-century Makassar   MERVE TOSUN, Women at home and men outdoors? Locating enslaved peole in 18th-century Batavia   NANCY JOUWE, Beyond the Dapur. Listening to Papuan Women   STEPHANIE WELVAART, Cultural violence in the making. Representations of Indonesian women in Dutch testimonies on the Indonesian war of independence   Biographies of ‘the other’: EMMA VAN MEYEREN, Whiskey in a crate: an interview with Glenda Martinus and her son Quinsy Gario about the 30 May 1969 uprising on Curaçao   SIDRA SHAHID, Violent Benevolence. Dutch Colonialism and the burqa ban   CARLA TJON, In Godforsaken places. Shenzen - Hong Kong - Paramaribo - The Hague - Rotterdam. A legacy of overseas expansion   LARA NUBERG, ‘Then I guess you must love cooking?’   GLORIA WEKKER, How families navigate empire   The hidden museum: CAROLINE DRIEËNHUIZEN, Of beauties and brides. Tracing the representation of colonized women through two museum objects, 1930-present   EVELIEN WALHOUT & JACQUES DANE, Picturing the East. A visual analysis of Dutch late 19th- and early 20th-century educational tools from the collection of the Dutch National Museum of Education   EVELINE BUCHHEIM & MARLEEN REICHGELT, Hidden in plain sight. Critical reflections on Een verborgen geschiedenis: anders kijken naar Nederlands-Indië by Thom Hoffman   MARLEEN REICHGELT & LARISSA SCHULTE NORDHOLT, Colonial Heritage and Restitution: a round-table discussion among museum professionals, with Wim Manuhutu, Henrietta Lidchi & Jos van Beurden, and reactions by Priya Swamy & Sadiah Boonstra   About the authors and contributors

Gendered empire. Intersectional perspective on Dutch post/colonial narratives

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Yearbook of Women's History/Jaarboek voor Vrouwengeschiedenis 39.


What do we see when we look at our collective Dutch colonial legacies from a gender perspective? How are these colonial legacies reflected in our museum collections and archives? Do herstories remain hidden and are there unknown biographies to unravel? Or do we reinterpret existing master narratives? Using an intersectional perspective, the volume A gendered empire looks at the current growing Dutch interest in its own colonial legacy from a more critical and self-reflexive stance. The authors bring historical and current examples in the Dutch metropole and colonies together. Collectively they share archival silences, biographical counternarratives and a museum world grappling with its own colonial legacy, all the while wondering: what has gender got to do with it.