Leeropdracht
Nederlandse televisiecultuur in internationale context
Benoemingsdatum 01-09-2002
Oratiedatum 06-11-2003
Profiel

 

My research involves two domains. One of these is the ‘Development of Dutch television culture in a European context’. This research topic studies the development of television culture in the Netherlands taking into account European developments. It addresses questions of both production and consumption as practices that could be observed as a result of television’s role in the process of modernisation.

The  second research domain is ‘Media and Diaspora’, more in particular the role of media in the cultural construction of identities. This involves production and reception practices in public and particularistic media forms through which people construct and develop notions of cultural identity.
 
European research projects and networks:
 

EUscreen

Coordinator of EUscreen, Exploring Europe's Television Heritage in Changing Contexts, in collaboration with the Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision.

EUscreen is an unique collection of Europe’s television heritage. Major audiovisual archives in Europe have joined forces to offer unified access to the history of television in Europe. Thousands of video’s and images are available for free online consultation. With EUscreen we encourage users to actively engage with the history of Europe and the history of television regardless of the language and cultural boundaries.

 

 

VIEW, Journal of European Television History and Culture

Editor in chief of academic e-journal VIEW. VIEW is the first peer-reviewed, multi-media and open access e-journal in the field of television studies. The e-journal provides an international platform for outstanding academic research publications and archival reflection on television as an important part of our European cultural heritage. 

 

European Televlsion History Network

Coordinator  in collaboration with Andreas Fickers at Maastricht University of the European Television History Network (ETHN). The network connects scholars, archivists and institutions working on the history of television in Europe.  

 

Other research projects and networks:

The Power of Satire

Fellow coordinator of The Power of satire: cultural boundaries contested (project leader dr. Marijke Meijer Drees, Groningen University). 

 

 BRIDGE

Fellow applicant BRIDGE, Building Rich Links to Enable Television History Research (project leader prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke, UvA), in collaboration with the Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision. The project addresses access to television archives. Television is not an isolated medium, but a key node in a complex information landscape. From an exclusive focus on producing radio, television and publishing program guides, broadcasting organisations have moved to cross-media production companies where users are directly involved in online follow-up discussions. To be meaningful, these additional materials need to be cross-linked to the traditionally archived television materials so as to arrive at a meaningful web of information.

The project will develop, test and deploy efficient, effective and robust methods for automatically creating meaningful links between dynamically expanding archived television data and other information sources that are centered around entities, themes and events.

 

 Utrecht University Centre for Television in Transition

Together with Eggo Müller I run i the Centre for the Study of Television in Transition (TViT). The Centre brings together expertise in the field of Television Studies from Utrecht University; it organizes monthly research seminars, bringing together scholars from Utrecht, the Netherlands and abroad.

 


Strategische thema's / focusgebieden
Betrokken bij de opleiding(en)
Wetenschappelijke expertises
Europese televisiegeschiedenis
mediasatire
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Alle publicaties
  2016 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (01-12-2016) ICON Digital Humanities Workshop
de Leeuw, J.S. (2016). Is the Neutrality of Technology Possible or Desirable?.
J.S. de Leeuw (09-11-2016) Seminar title Digital Humanities. Is the Neutrality of Technology Possible or Desirable?
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. & Meijer Drees, Marijke (2015). Conclusions. In Marijke Meijer Drees & Sonja de Leeuw (Eds.), The Power of Satire (pp. 269-274) (6 p.). John Benjamins.
van Gorp, J., de Leeuw, J.S., van Wees, J. & Huurnink, B. (2015). Digital Media Archaeology - Digging into the Digital Tool AVResearcherXL. VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal, 4 (7), (pp. 38-53) (16 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S. & Meijer Drees, Marijke (2015). Introduction. In Marijke Meijer Drees & Sonja de Leeuw (Eds.), The Power of Satire (pp. 1-19) (19 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2015). Reshaping the border zone: An approach to the satirical space. In Marijke Meijer Drees & Sonja De Leeuw (Eds.), The Power of Satire (pp. 61-71) (11 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
de Leeuw, J.S. & Meijer Drees, Marijke (2015). The Power of Satire. (275 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  2015 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (08-10-2015) A media-archaeological approach to digital humanities or using digital tools for humanities research
J.S. de Leeuw (13-03-2015) Enabling Transeuropean television history (re)search: the case of the archives
J.S. de Leeuw (28-05-2015) National Archives and Transnational Agendas
  2014 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, Sonja (2014). The Double Bind of Television. In Emmeline Besamusca & Jaap Verheul (Eds.), Discovering the Dutch - on culture and society of the Netherlands (pp. 223-233) (11 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  2014 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (22-10-2014) Aesthetics and Territoriality
J.S. de Leeuw (29-10-2014) EUscreenXL From Audience to User
  2013 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. & Mustata, D (2013). In-Vision Continuity Announcers: Performing an Identity for Early Television in Europe. VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal, 2 (4), (pp. 51-67) (17 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S. (2013). Negotiating television's cultural potential as commercial asset. Early experimental commercial television in the Netherlands. Comunicazioni Sociali- Revista di media, spettacolo e studi culturali, 1 (Gennaio-Aprile), (pp. 20-31) (12 p.).
  2013 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (18-07-2013) EUscreenXL: Discover Europe's Television Heritage
J.S. de Leeuw (14-11-2013) Exploring online television heritage
J.S. de Leeuw (18-01-2013) Satire across borders, perspectives on the cultural impact of satire
  2012 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bron, M., van Gorp, J., Nack, F., de Rijke, M., Vishneuski, Andrei & de Leeuw, J.S. (2012). A Subjunctive Exploratory Search Interface to Support Media Studies Researchers. SIGIR '12: 35th international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval Portland, Oregon: ACM.
van Sterkenburg, J.C., Knoppers, A.E. & de Leeuw, J.S. (2012). Constructing Racial/Ethnic Difference In and Through Dutch Televised Soccer Commentary. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 36 (4), (pp. 422-442) (21 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S., Hogenkamp, A.P. & Wijfjes, H.B.M. (2012). Een eeuw van beeld en geluid. Cultuurgeschiedenis van radio en televisie in Nederland. (351 p.). Hilversum: Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2012). European Television History Online: History and Challenges. VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal, 01 (01/2012), (pp. 3-11) (9 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S. (2012). Televisie en actief publiek 1985-2000. In B. Hogenkamp, S. de Leeuw & H. Wijfjes (Eds.), Een eeuw van beeld en geluid. Cultuurgeschiedenis van radio en televisie in Nederland (pp. 230-268) (351 p.). Hilversum: Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2012). Televisie verbindt en verdeelt 1960-1985. In B. Hogenkamp, S. de Leeuw & H. Wijfjes (Eds.), Een eeuw van beeld en geluid. Cultuurgeschiedenis van radio en televisie in Nederland (pp. 148-186) (351 p.). Hilversum: Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2012). Transnationality in Dutch (pre) television. The central role of Erik de Vries. In A. Fickers & C. Johnson (Eds.), Transnational Television History. A comparative approach (pp. 49-66) (176 p.). London: Routledge.
  2012 - Overige resultaten
Bron, M.M., van Gorp, J., van Wees, J., de Goede, Bart, Baltussen, L, Bouwer, Anders, de Leeuw, J.S. & de Rijke, M. (2012). CoMeRDa - Contextualising Media Studies Research Data.
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2011). À la recherche de l'identité de la télévision, de la technique aux practiques culturelles. Le role de'Erik de Vries, pionnier de la télévision néerlandaise. In G. Delavaud & D. Maréchal (Eds.), Télévision: le moment expérimental (pp. 102-113) (12 p.). Paris: Éditoions Apogée.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2011). Het archief als netwerk; perspectieven op de studie van online televisie-erfgoed. Tijdschrift voor mediageschiedenis, 14 (2011/2), (pp. 9-27) (24 p.).
  2011 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2011). EUscreen Annual Report 2011. Luxembourg: EU.
  2011 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (19-07-2011) Anticipating future uses of online television heritage
J.S. de Leeuw (02-12-2011) Reshaping the border zone. Approaches to the study of satire
J.S. de Leeuw (20-05-2011) The Power of Satire: Themes and Approaches
  2010 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. & Rydin, I. (2010). Göcmen Cocuklarin Dijital Hikayeleri. Medya Yapimlari Aracihgiyla Kimlik Bicimlenmesi ve Kendini Ifade Etme. Journal of the Institute of Social Sciences Cankiri Karaketin University (Turkey) (pp. 11-32) (22 p.). Cankiri (Turkey).
van Sterkenburg, J.C., Knoppers, A.E. & de Leeuw, J.S. (2010). Race, ethnicity and content analysis of the sports media: a critical reflection. Media, Culture and Society, 32 (5), (pp. 819-839) (21 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S. (2010). Television Fiction: a Domain of Memory. Retelling the Past on Dutch Television. In E. Bell & A. Gray (Eds.), Televising History. Mediating the Past in Postwar Europe (pp. 139-151) (269 p.). Blasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillamn.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2010). Transnationality in Dutch (pre) television. The central role of Erik de Vries. Media History, 16 (1), (pp. 13-29) (17 p.).
  2010 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2010). EUscreen Annual report 2010. Luxemburg: EU.
  2010 - Populariserende publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (01-09-2010). De voorpagina van de krant. 609 Cultuur en media, (pp. 7-8) (2 p.).
  2010 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (04-03-2010) Accessing European Television Archives: Constructing a European Television Space
J.S. de Leeuw (16-11-2010) Connecting televisual archival material and users in the online audiovisual European platform EUscreen
J.S. de Leeuw (14-10-2010) Contesting cultural boundaries: the practices of intercultural satire
J.S. de Leeuw (07-10-2010) EUscreen: content selection and contextualisation of online televisual sources
J.S. de Leeuw (15-12-2010) Media and Migration: Constructing Cultural Identities through Media Use
J.S. de Leeuw (20-12-2010) Mediated Satire and Minorities: Creating Intercultural Speaking Positions
J.S. de Leeuw (23-04-2010) Television in television studies
de Leeuw, J.S. & Oomen, J. (2010). www.euscreen.eu.
  2009 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2009). Stardom and cultural identity in the Netherlands: the role of television in democratizing stardo. In T. Soila (Eds.), Stellar Encounters: Stardom in Popular European Cinema (pp. 195-2004) (1810 p.). Herts: John Libbey.
  2009 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. & van Dessel, D. (2009). The Dutch public broadcasting system: defending notions of pluriformiteit (multiformity). Portal Video Active, Creating Access to Europe's Television Heritage: Discover European Television histories
de Leeuw, J.S. & Oomen, J. (2009). Video Active, Creating Access to Europe's Television Heritage, Final Report. Utrecht: UU.
  2009 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (06-11-2009) ECREA Conference: Diasporas, Migration and Media: Crossing Boundaries, New Directions
J.S. de Leeuw (15-05-2009) Erik de Vries en het experiment tele-visie
de Leeuw, J.S., Fickers, A. & Mustata, D (28-05-2009). European Television History Network. Het is geen publicatie, maar de launch van een netwerk van television history scholars dat aan de UU gecoördineerd wordt door J.S. de Leeuw..
J.S. de Leeuw (10-11-2009) EUscreen, exploring Europe's television heritage in the context of research
J.S. de Leeuw (27-05-2009) Finding television’s identity, from technology to cultural practice; the role of Dutch television pioneer Erik de Vries
J.S. de Leeuw (01-07-2009) Television's visibility as archive
J.S. de Leeuw (26-06-2009) Transnational formatting, a European perspective
  2008 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. & Christopoulou, N. (2008). Changing childhoods - Migrant children and the confrontation of uncertainty. In Arnlaug Leira & Chiara Saraceno (Eds.), Childhood: Changing Contexts (pp. 239-264) (26 p.). JAI Press.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2008). De man achter het scherm. De televisie van Erik de Vries. Amsterdam: Boom.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2008). TV nations or global medium? European television between national institution and window on the world. In J. Bignell & A. Fickers (Eds.), A European Television History (pp. 127-153) (27 p.). Malden MA / Oxford / Victoria: Wiley-Blackwell.
  2008 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S., Oomen, J. & Peters, M. (2008). Video Active Second Annual Report. Utrecht: UU.
  2008 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (22-06-2008) Creating TV memories across Europe: Transnational Archiving and Transnational TV History
J.S. de Leeuw (31-01-2008) How audiovisual archives can contribute to the creation of the European Digital Library
  2007 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. & Fickers, A. (2007). Creating Access to Europe's Television Heritage. Video Active- Ein Projectbericht. Rundfunk und Fernsehen. Mitteilungen des Studienkreiss Rundfunk und Geschichte, 33 (3/4), (pp. 44-51) (8 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S. & Rydin, I. (2007). Diasporic Mediated Spaces. In O. Bailey & M. Georgiou (Eds.), Reimagining Diasporas: Transnational Lives and the Media (pp. 175-194) (20 p.). Hampshire: Palgrave McMillan.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2007). Dutch Documentary Film as a Site of Memory: Changing Perspectives in the 1990s. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10 (1), (pp. 75-87) (13 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S. & Rydin, I. (2007). Migrant Children's Digital Stories. Identity formation and self-representation through media production. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10 (4), (pp. 447-464) (18 p.).
  2007 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. & Oomen, J. (2007). Video Active Creating Access to Europe's Television Heritage: First Annual Report. Utrecht: UU, B Het rapport is niet in gedrukte vorm verschenen; het is publiekelijk toegankelijk via genoemde web site..
  2007 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (08-09-2007) Changing childhoods: Migrant children and the confrontation of uncertainty
J.S. de Leeuw (19-04-2007) Co-coordinator Rethinking Television Histories: Digitising Europe's Televisual Heritage
J.S. de Leeuw (20-09-2007) Co-coordinator Satire
J.S. de Leeuw (19-04-2007) Critical issues in the selection and representation of European television history in a web based project
J.S. de Leeuw (19-04-2007) It needs a tall man for television; Transnationality in Dutch (pre) television: the role of central actor Erik de Vries
J.S. de Leeuw (16-11-2007) Jongeren, media, media-educatie
J.S. de Leeuw (27-09-2007) Schreiber Theory in Nederland?
J.S. de Leeuw (23-11-2007) Televisie: van technologie naar cultuur; de rol van Erik de Vries
J.S. de Leeuw (23-11-2007) Tele-visies van Erik de Vries
J.S. de Leeuw (13-06-2007) Video Active. Televisie-erfgoed: de Europese dimensie
  2006 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2006). A Dictionary of European Actors in Hollywood: Six entries: Derek de Lint, Rutger Hauer, Jeroen Krabbé, The Netherlands, Renée. In A. Philips & G. Vincendeau (Eds.), Journeys of Desire- European Actors in Hollywood. A Critical Companion (pp. 230; 289-290; 326-327; 381; 437; 458.) (1 p.). London: BFI Publishing.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2006). Laten we vooral bij televisie de r blijven uitspreken- laat het draadloos zijn, nooit daadloos worden. Over de betekenis van Erik de Vries. 'The Promising Past of Television' (pp. 2-5) (4 p.). Amsterdam: Galerie Artline.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2006). Television Fiction and Cultural Diversity: Strategies for Cultural Change. In L. H?jberg (Eds.), European Film and Media Culture. Northern Lights. Film and Media Studies Yearbook 2005. (pp. 91-111) (21 p.). Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum/University of Copenhagen.
  2006 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2006). Eeuwig op jacht naar verborgen dimensies. Aandacht en autonomie in de kunst van Heddy Honigmann. In R. Ensie & M. Bouman (Eds.), Op zoek naar een glimlach. Heddy Honigmann (pp. 26-30) (5 p.). Amsterdam: Humanistisch Verbond.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2006). Voorwoord. In D. van de Manakker (Eds.), Cultuur dragen. Van kwaliteit en omroep (pp. 11-14) (4 p.). Amsterdam: Stimuleringsfonds Nederlandse Culturele Omroepproducties.
  2006 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (27-11-2006) Historical representation in documentary: 'The filmmaker as historian'
J.S. de Leeuw (27-11-2006) 'Re-/creating reality: new approaches in documentary filmmaking'
J.S. de Leeuw (03-09-2006) 'Thuis' zijn in de Diaspora. Over media, migratie en identiteit.
J.S. de Leeuw (27-10-2006) 'Video Active, Challenging Television Historiography'
J.S. de Leeuw (28-10-2006) 'Video Active, Towards a contextualisation of Europe's television heritage'
J.S. de Leeuw (27-10-2006) workshop Expert meeting European Television History Network
  2005 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2005). Children making media: constructions of home and belonging. In J. Knörr (Eds.), Childhood and Migration. From Experience to Agency (pp. 113-135) (23 p.). Bielefeld: transcript verlag.
de Leeuw, J.S. & Fickers, A. (2005). Das European Television History Network: europäische Fernsehgeschichtsschreibung in vergleichender Perspektive. Medien & Zeit. Kommunikation in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart, 20 (2), (pp. 4-12) (9 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S. (2005). Migrant Children Mediating Family Relations. In P. Pisters & W. Staat (Eds.), Shooting the Family. Transnational Media and Intercultural Values (pp. 41-55) (15 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  2005 - Populariserende publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (01-07-2005). Migranten en vluchtelingenkinderen als makers in beeld. Fondskrant St. Stimuleringsfonds Nederlandse Culturele Omroepproducties
  2005 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (26-11-2005) Diasporic Mediated Spaces
J.S. de Leeuw (30-06-2005) Digital Stories on the Web. How migrant children reflect upon their lives in self-expressive media production
J.S. de Leeuw (28-04-2005) European Television History Network
J.S. de Leeuw (23-03-2005) Framed families. Migrant children representing home
J.S. de Leeuw (15-02-2005) Naar huis en haard. Mediaproductie en empowerment bij vluchtelingenkinderen
J.S. de Leeuw (28-04-2005) Television History in a Cultural Context
  2004 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2004). Pluralisme dans les productions populaires à la télévision hollandaise. In dr. J. Migozzi & dr. Ph. Leguern (Eds.), Production(s) du populaire. (pp. 76-94) (19 p.). Limoges: Université de Limoges.
  2004 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2004). 'Het is zaliger te zenden dan te ontvangen.' Hoe televisiepionier Erik de Vries (1912-2004) zijn persoonlijke lijfspreuk trachtte te realiseren. National Archief Magazine (4), (pp. 4-9) (6 p.).
  2004 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (23-08-2004) Children and cultural identity in CHICAM
J.S. de Leeuw (21-10-2004) Children's use of media in conceptualizing family relations
J.S. de Leeuw (25-11-2004) Identity, Documentary and the new Europe
J.S. de Leeuw (17-06-2004) Kinderen, media , burgerschap
J.S. de Leeuw (29-10-2004) Migrant children constructing family narratives
J.S. de Leeuw (22-10-2004) Refugee and migrant children representing family life: overcoming disruption
J.S. de Leeuw (26-02-2004) Televisiedrama als ruimte voor de constructie van culturele identiteit: de Europese dimensie
J.S. de Leeuw (17-10-2004) Television History in the European research arena: the launch of a European Television History Network
J.S. de Leeuw (15-10-2004) Television History Research in Europe: towards an integrative approach
  2003 - Overige resultaten
de Leeuw, J.S. (06-11-2003). Hoe komen wij in beeld? Cultuurhistorische aspecten van de Nederlandse televisie. (32 p.). Utrecht: Faculteit Letteren, Universiteit Utrecht.
J.S. de Leeuw (11-07-2003) Soaps and the Democratisation of Stardom
  2002 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2002). Historical fiction and the Telefilm. Dutch TV Fiction in 2001. In M. Buonanno (Eds.), Eurofiction. Television Fiction in Europe (pp. 212-215) (4 p.). Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2002). National Identity and Dutch Monarchy in Historical Fiction: Revisioning 'the family on the throne'. In N. Brügger & S. Kolstrup (Eds.), Media History. Theories, Methods, Analysis (pp. 175-193) (19 p.). Aarhus (Dk): Aarhus University Press.
  2002 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2002). De mythe in politieseries. Het Nederlands scenario (41), (pp. 9-13) (5 p.).
  2002 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (15-05-2002) Identité en productions populaires: raconter des histories à la télévision néerlandaise
J.S. de Leeuw (26-11-2002) Identity and Documentary
J.S. de Leeuw (16-12-2002) Identity Construction in Children´s Media Forms. An ethnographic study
  2001 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2001). More Comedy and Crime. Dutch TV Fiction in 2000. In M. Buonanno (Eds.), Eurofiction. Television Fiction in Europe (pp. 209-212) (4 p.). Strassbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2001). Pluralisma, qualitá e mercato. La fiction tv olandese nel 1999. In M. Buonanno (Eds.), Eurofiction 2000. Quarto Rapporto sulla fiction televisiva in Europa (pp. 175-189) (15 p.). Roma: RAI.
  2001 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2001). Van politiek correcte soaps tot Lingo comedy. Etniciteit op de Nederlandse televisie. Vernieuwing, 60 (8/9), (pp. 26-28) (3 p.).
  2001 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (23-11-2001) De functie van de documentaire als tijdsdocument
J.S. de Leeuw (10-05-2001) From sour nostalgia to Absurdistan, new tendencies in Dutch fiction
J.S. de Leeuw (21-10-2001) Narratieve tradities in de recente internationale documentaire praktijk
  2000 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (2000). Pluriformity, Quality and the Market. Dutch TV Fiction in 1999. In M Buonanno (Eds.), Eurofiction. Television Fiction in Europe (pp. 155-168) (14 p.). Strassbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory.
de Leeuw, J.S. (2000). Tijdschrift voor Mediageschiedenis Jrg. 3, nr. 1. (120 p.). Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis.
  2000 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (29-11-2000) Docs on Line. Net. Aesthetics. Seminar Introduction (and chair)
J.S. de Leeuw (27-11-2000) Docs on Line. The End of Mass Communication. Seminar Introduction (and chair)
J.S. de Leeuw (28-11-2000) Docs on Line. The User is the Content. Seminar Introduction (and chair)
J.S. de Leeuw (20-08-2000) Documentary in the Context of New Media'. Special Event Introduction (and chair)
J.S. de Leeuw (26-05-2000) Naar een theoretische basis voor filmeducatie
J.S. de Leeuw (04-05-2000) Populaire en vernieuwende aspecten in het Nederlandse televisiedrama
J.S. de Leeuw (13-06-2000) Verhaalopbouw in de documentaire
  1999 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (1999). Een gemeenschap van gevoel. Over de rol van televisie in het kanaliseren van collectieve ervaringen. In J. Vaessen (Eds.), Jaarboek Open Lucht Museum (30 p.). Nijmegen: SUN.
de Leeuw, J.S. (1999). Getuigen van de holocaust. De film Nuit et Brouillard in de geschiedenis van de (historische) documentaire representatie. Tijdschrift voor mediageschiedenis, 1 (3), (pp. 78-88) (11 p.).
  1999 - Vakpublicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (1999). De politieserie als graadmeter, of hoe multicultureel is televisiedrama in Nederland?. Sketch, 4 (15), (pp. 12-19) (8 p.).
  1999 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (10-11-1999) Documentary Film as Site of Memory: Dutch Reflections in the 1990s
J.S. de Leeuw (15-05-1999) Dutch Monarchy in historical fiction: a research example on the relationship between representation and identity
J.S. de Leeuw (25-01-1999) Toen was geluk heel gewoon. De KRO comedy getypeerd
J.S. de Leeuw (25-06-1999) WWII in Dutch Television Fiction
  1998 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
de Leeuw, J.S. (1998). Digitaal lezen als culturele vaardigheid. In H. Lierop-Debrauwer, H. Peters & A. de Vries (Eds.), Een gat in de grens. Ontwikkelingen in literatuur en onderwijs (pp. 101-111) (11 p.). Tilburg: Tilburg University Press.
de Leeuw, J.S. (1998). Omzien in wisselend perspectief. Geschiedenis in het Nederlands televisiedrama. Tijdschrift voor mediageschiedenis, 0, (pp. 47-69) (23 p.).
de Leeuw, J.S. (1998). Tot het hart des volks. Oranje in speelfilm en televisiedrama. Tijdschrift voor mediageschiedenis, 1 (2), (pp. 113-126) (14 p.).
  1998 - Overige resultaten
J.S. de Leeuw (17-11-1998) De waarheidsclaim in de documentaire
J.S. de Leeuw (21-01-1998) Digitaal lezen als culturele vaardigheid
J.S. de Leeuw (14-08-1998) Historical Representation and the Holocaust: Discourses of Memory. Special event chair of introduction
J.S. de Leeuw (13-11-1998) Nuit et brouillard, herinnering als documentaire representatie
J.S. de Leeuw (20-08-1998) Television Drama: Narrative and Identity
J.S. de Leeuw (06-11-1998) Van ICT naar Media-educatie
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J.S. de Leeuw () Biografe De Leeuw over tv-pionier Erik de Vries
J.S. de Leeuw () Canon van de Nederlandse televisiegeschiedenis
J.S. de Leeuw () Erik de Vries- Televisiepionier
J.S. de Leeuw () Erik de Vries- televisiepionier
J.S. de Leeuw () EUscreen
J.S. de Leeuw () EUscreenXL Final conference
J.S. de Leeuw () projectleider Video Active, Creating Access to Europe's Television Heritage
J.S. de Leeuw () Projectleider Video Active. Creating Access to Europe's Television Heritage
J.S. de Leeuw () Televisie en onze (Europese) identiteit
J.S. de Leeuw () Tijdschrift voor mediageschiedenis
J.S. de Leeuw () Transnational Radio Encounters
J.S. de Leeuw () VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal
J.S. de Leeuw () VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal
J.S. de Leeuw () VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal
J.S. de Leeuw () VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal
J.S. de Leeuw () Vol 4 (7) Archaeologies of Tele-Visions and -Realities
J.S. de Leeuw () Vol 4 (8) Archive-based Productions
J.S. de Leeuw () Vol 5 (9) TV formats and Format Research
J.S. de Leeuw () Vol 5 (10), Transmedia Storytelling
J.S. de Leeuw () Vol. 3, no. 5 Television Histories in (Post) Socialist Europe
J.S. de Leeuw () Vol. 3, no. 6 Convergent Television(s): Political Ideas, Industrial Strategies, Textual Features and Audience Practices
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Afgesloten projecten

Project:
Researcher Instrument for Media Studies 01-05-2014 tot 30-09-2014
Algemene projectbeschrijving
 
Rol: Uitvoerder Financiering
2e geldstroom - overig: CLARIAH
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • Eva Baaren (NISV)
  • Johan Oomen (NISV)
  • Maarten de Rijke (ISLA UvA)
Project:
AVResearcherXL, a tool for analysing television in context (=QuaMeRDES) 01-05-2013 tot 31-08-2014
Algemene projectbeschrijving

The AVResearcherXL demonstrator will enable quantitative content analysis of television and printed media. Key is providing meaningful links to various streams of information relevant to media studies scholars. This includes television broadcasts, newspaper archives, metadata records and also time-based information, notably subtitle files. AVResearcherXL will expand the existing tool MeRDES (Media Researchers’ Data Exploration Suite) , developed in the NWO-CATCH project BRIDGE. MeRDES is an analysis tool that visualises trends in extensive catalogues maintained by archives. This tool will be expanded to support principles of quantitative content analysis and explore new data visualisation paradigms. The result will integrate wrappers that read and write metadata and provenance information provided by the CLARIN infrastructure. AVResearcherXL will be evaluated in a specific case study that enables media studies scholars to come to new insights about how representations of migrants on Dutch television are related to social, cultural and political values in Dutch society. AVResearcherXL was funded within the QuaMeRDES-project.

 
Rol: Begeleider Financiering
2e geldstroom - overig: CLARIN-NL
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • Johan Oomen
  • prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke
  • dr. Fons Laan
  • dr. Bouke Huurnink
Project:
TROVe, the Transmedia Observatory 01-02-2013 tot 30-09-2013
Algemene projectbeschrijving

This project delivers a search engine that enables digital humanities scholars to analyse the spread of information throughout the time across different media as broadcast television, print media, social media and blogs. The user interface is tailored to the needs of digital humanities scholars, notably supporting exploratory search, contextualization and monitoring.

 
Rol: Onderzoeksleider Financiering
2e geldstroom - overig: CLARIAH-SEED
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • Johan Oomen
  • prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke
  • Pieter Vijn
Project:
BRIDGE, Building Rich Links to Enable Television History Research 01-05-2009 tot 31-08-2013
Algemene projectbeschrijving

The project addresses access to television archives. Television is not an isolated medium, but a key node in a complex information landscape. From an exclusive focus on producing radio, television and publishing program guides, broadcasting organisations have moved to cross-media production companies where users are directly involved in online follow-up discussions. To be meaningful, these additional materials need to be cross-linked to the traditionally archived television materials so as to arrive at a meaningful web of information.


The project will develop, test and deploy efficient, effective and robust methods for automatically creating meaningful links between dynamically expanding archived television data and other information sources that are centered around entities, themes and events.

 
Rol: Begeleider Financiering
2e geldstroom - NWO: CATCH, Continuous Access to Cultural Heritage
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke (UvA)
  • MA Marc Bron (UvA)
  • MA Johan Oomen (Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision)
Project:
The power of satire: cultural boundaries contested 01-08-2009 tot 01-08-2013
Algemene projectbeschrijving

The power of satire investigates the cultural impact of satire in different countries, different media and different time periods. 


The research project proposes a strategic intervention into the deadlocked scholarly debate on satire. In this debate satire has been mainly considered as an 'artistic', particularly a 'literary' genre per se – which has proved to be an unproductive approach. We consider satire as an intercultural mode of performance that is intermedially charge; A mode with the power to contest cultural boundaries in different communities and in different periods of time, a mode that travels between multiple media and challenges traditional media oppositions. The project concentrates on one fundamental issue: migrating from one medium to another - and, as such, using the creative tensions and interactions between them - how has the cultural impact of satire been framed and conditioned?


 
 
Rol: Begeleider
Individuele projectbeschrijving

 



 

Financiering
2e geldstroom - NWO
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • prof. dr. Frans Grijzenhout
Project:
EUscreen, Exploring Europe's Television Heritage in Changing Contexts 01-10-2009 tot 01-10-2012
Algemene projectbeschrijving

36 partners together from 19 countries are brought together. The project is supported by the European Commission as part of the e-Contentplus Programme. Content will also become available through Europeana, the gateway to Europe’s vast heritage collections that currently provides access to over 20 million objects from libraries, museums, archives and audiovisual archives.


The portal provides a wide variety of functionalities to search and browse the collection, which can be used in different contexts such as curricula and research programmes, for remix, and for leisurely dives into popular history. Curated exhibitions and an academic e-journal which researches significant trends in over 60 years of European television with the help of original programme sources are also available via the portal.


The major objective of is to stimulate the use of television archive content for the widest range of European user constituencies and communities and thus to advance active engagement with the cultural memory of Europe both at a national and a European level. Through its synergy with , EUscreen enables alignment of European audiovisual content with the digitized cultural heritage of Europe. EUscreen achieves this by building a highly interoperable digitized collection of television material, which supports the exploration of Europe’s television heritage in changing contexts. A critical mass of audiovisual content and its metadata will be made accessible through the EUscreen platform. EUscreen investigates, exploits and extends existing tools in order to create a highly interoperable environment to enable content sharing among the EUscreen partners and with Europeana, for which EUscreen will deliver the audiovisual component.Solutions for contextualisation from a comparative European television perspective have been proposed through the development of editorial mechanisms and the development of user-led activities such as rating and tagging systems, blogs etc, to support use of programme content.?In developing such demand-led access, the project aims to create appropriate conditions for multicultural and multilingual access and use of audiovisual (television) content. Through investigation of user specifications, EUscreen develops and evaluates use case scenarios for using content for research, learning, and leisure and creative re-use regardless of the language and cultural boundaries. Furthermore the content will be analysed and contextualised in a European perspective in an e-journal: www.euscreen.eu



 



 

 
Rol: Onderzoeksleider Financiering
3e geldstroom - EU
Projectleden
Project:
Video Active, Creating Access to Europe's Television Heritage 01-09-2006 tot 31-08-2009
Algemene projectbeschrijving
The major aim of Video Active is to create access to television archives across Europe. The unlocking of these (largely) closed archives will make their content freely available for educational and academic purposes, on a large-scale international basis, enabling an interactive discovery of television’s cultural heritage. The project will achieve this by selecting 10,000 items television archive content, which reflects the cultural and historical similarities and differences of television from across the European Union, and by complementing this archive content with well-defined contextual metadata. Video Active therefore offers an enormous resource for exploring both the representation of cultural and historical events within and across nations and the development of the medium itself at a cross-cultural level. Current digitisation activities at different national levels lack standardisation, cohesion and still offer uneven access. Video Active will therefore build on existing digitisation activities at different national levels to provide enhanced and equal access to archive content within a well-defined and integrated pan-European framework. To do this the project has brought together eleven leading audiovisual archives, from all across Europe, to make their digitised holdings available online. As a result, through a multilingual portal Video Active will enhance an understanding of the shared histories and interrelationships that have shaped collective European memory and identity, while at the same time celebrating the multicultural dimensions that have also shaped European citizenship. Within the project a content selection frame will be developed for television archival material that suggests a new approach to television historiography (comparative and cross cultural). From this new research will be initiated into the role of television in shaping European experiences, both national and international. In the consortium academic partners work together with technology partners and television archives (such as Royal Holloway, University of London, BBC, Istituto Luce, National Technical University of Athens, Danish Radio Corporation, ORF). 
Rol: Onderzoeksleider & uitvoerder Financiering
3e geldstroom - EU
Projectleden
Project:
De man achter het scherm. De televisie van Erik de Vries. 01-01-2004 tot 31-12-2008
Algemene projectbeschrijving
 
Rol: Uitvoerder
Individuele projectbeschrijving This is a book on the history of Dutch television, told through the lens of the professional career of Dutch television pioneer Erik de Vries who was not only a pioneer,  but also cameraman, director and producer. The research was partly funded by the VandenEnde Foundation.
Financiering
3e geldstroom - overig
Projectleden
Project:
CHICAM, Children in Communication about Migration 01-11-2001 tot 01-11-2004
Algemene projectbeschrijving
CHICAM was a three year European research project funded by the European Commission. Theme: Improving Human Resource Potential and the Socio-economic Knowledge Base: New Perspectives for Learning (Framework 5). It was coordinated by the Institute of Education, Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and Media, University of London. The project began in November 2001; it ended October 2004. The Dutch project team at the Utrecht University (Research Institute for History and Culture) also involved media educator Frans van Lokven, MiraMedia (Ad van Dam) and research assistant Frouke Rijsdijk. Chicam addressed three major aspects of structural change in contemporary European society: the increase in global migration, the uses of new communication technologies, and the specific needs of children. It focused on the social and cultural worlds of refugee and migrant children in six European countries. The project aimed to explore and develop the potential uses of media and communication technologies as means of empowering these children and enabling them to realize their potential: www.chicam.net 
Rol: Onderzoeksleider & uitvoerder Financiering
3e geldstroom - EU
Projectleden
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Voorzitter Philip Bloemendal Fonds, vanaf september 2011.
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