English book chapters

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2019

2018

  • Slootman, M. & J.W. Duyvendak (2018) The politics of belonging: religiosity and identification among second-generation Moroccan Dutch. In: Bozorgmehr, M. & P. Kasinitz (eds.) Growing Up Muslim in Europe and the United States. New York: Routledge, pp 111-129

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2011

  • Broer, C. & J. W. Duyvendak (2011) Sensing and Seizing Opportunities: How Contentious Actors and Strategies Emerge. In: J. Goodwin & J. Jasper (eds. ) Contention in Context. Political Opportunities and the Emergence of Protest. Stanford: Stanford California Press, pp. 240-255
  • Hekma, G. & J. W. Duyvendak (2011) Gay men and lesbians in the Netherlands. In: S. Seidman, N. Fischer & C. Meeks (eds. ) Introducing the New Sexuality Studies. New York: Routledge, pp. 273-277
  • Hekma, G. & J. W. Duyvendak (2011) The Netherlands: Depoliticization of Homosexuality and Homosexualization of Politics. In: M. Tremblay, D. Paternotte and C. Johnson (eds. ) The Lesbian and Gay Movement and the State. Comparative Insights into a Transformed Relationship. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 103-117
  • Chabot, S. & J. W. Duyvendak (2011) Globalization and Transnational Diffusion between Social Movements: Reconceptualizing the Dissemination of the Gandhian Repertoire and the “Coming Out” Routine. In: C. E. Zirakzadeh (ed. ) Social and Political movements. Theorizing about Movements after World War II. London: Sage, pp. 309-348

2010

  • Tonkens, E. , M. Hurenkamp & J. W. Duyvendak (2010). Culturalization of Citizenship in the Netherlands. In: A. C. d’Appollonia and S. Reich (eds. ) Managing Ethnic Diversity After 9/11. Integration, Security, and Civil Liberties in Transatlantic Perspective. London: Rutgers University Press, pp. 233-252

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2001

  • Duyvendak, J.W. (2001). Learning from social movements: linking community development and civil society to the state. In: P. Salustowicz (ed. ) Civil Society and Social Development, Social Strategies,34, 2001, pp. 51-66
  • Duyvendak, J. W. (2001). Identity politics in France and the Netherlands: the case of gay and lesbian liberation. In: M. Blasius (ed. ) Sexual Identities, Queer Politics. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, pp. 56-72

1999

1996 – 1993

Het verwaarloosde geluk van een voorspelbaar dagelijks leven

Niet de gewone man, maar het gewone leven moet in politiek Den Haag leidend zijn,…

Maak van het integratiedebat geen drama

Artikel in S&D Twintig jaar geleden lieten Paul Scheffer (Het multiculturele drama) en Felix Rottenberg…

Waarom we onze democratie moeten beschermen tegen de dictatuur van de meerderheid

Essay met Tamar de Waal in de Groene Amsterdammer Een hoofdkenmerk van de rechtsstaat is…

The nation under threat: secularist, racial and populist nativism in the Netherlands

Open access article in Patterns of Prejudice by Josip Kešić & Jan Willem Duyvendak. “Right-wing…

Super-Diversity in Everyday Life

The special issue in Ethnic and Racial Studies 42(1) is now also published as a…

Een filosoof aan de wandel: onderzoek naar het alledaagse

Bespreking van Thuis van Pieter Hoexum in de Nederlandse Boekengids Zijn de dingen die we…

On Slow Science

Opening Speech of the Academic Year 2019/20 at NIAS Slow science is not about doing…

Interview on the NIAS Lecture 2019

Interview on the political uses of history, the relationship between scholarship and the background of…