Profile

Iris van der Tuin is associate professor in, and program director of, Liberal Arts and Sciences at Utrecht University (Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies). Trained as a feminist epistemologist and working as an interdisciplinarian, she is specialized in gender studies and new materialisms (especially pertaining to humanities scholarship that traverses ‘the two cultures’). She co-authored New Materialism: Interviews & Cartographies (Open Humanities Press, 2012) with Rick Dolphijn, wrote Generational Feminism: New Materialist Introduction to a Generative Approach (Lexington Books, 2015), and edited Nature for Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Gender (Macmillan Reference USA, 2016). Iris currently chairs the COST Action New Materialism: Networking European Scholarship on ‘How Matter comes to Matter’ (2014-18) and works in the H2020project Ethics of Coding: A Report on the Algorithmic Condition (2017, chaired by Felicity Colman). Iris is founding editor with Rosi Braidotti of the book series New Materialisms of Edinburgh University Press and associate editor-in-chief of Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Gender. Iris serves on the editorial board of Australian Feminist Studies and of Journal of Gender and Power, and on the advisory board of Genders, of the monograph series about Michel Serres of Bloomsbury Press, and of Goldsmiths Press.

Until March 1, 2015 Iris was associate professor of Gender Studies and Philosophy of Science at Utrecht University (Department of Media and Culture Studies) where she coordinated the research master’s programme Gender & Ethnicity. In 2011-12 she was a visiting scholar in the Department of the History of Science, Harvard University, the USA, working on the project The Material Turn in the Humanities with an NWO Veni grant.

Involved in the following study programme(s)
Scientific expertise
feminist epistemology
historiography of feminism
new materialism
interdisciplinary studies
theory of cultural inquiry
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Curriculum vitae

2015-present Associate Professor, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Utrecht University

2014-2015 Associate Professor, Graduate Gender Programme, Utrecht University

2008-2014 Assistant Professor, Graduate Gender Programme, Utrecht University

20-06-2008 PhD defence, Utrecht University (cum laude)

30-06-2003 MA Philosophy with specialization Philosophy of Science, University of Amsterdam (cum laude)

28-06-2001 MA Political Sciences with specialization Women's Studies, University of Amsterdam (cum laude)

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All publications
  2016 - Scholarly publications
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Bergson before Bergsonism - Traversing “Bergson’s Failing” in Susanne K. Langer’s Philosophy of Art. Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy, 24 (2), (pp. 176-202).
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Epistemologies. In renée c. hoogland (Eds.), Gender - Sources, Perspectives, And Methodologies (pp. 55-68). Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Feminisms, First, Second, and Third Wave. In Nancy Naples (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender & Sexuality Studies Wiley-Blackwell.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Feminist Epistemology. In Nancy Naples (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender & Sexuality Studies Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Feminist Standpoint Theory. In Nancy Naples (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender & Sexuality Studies Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Gender - Nature. (450 p.). Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Gender: Nature - Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks. (450 p.). Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Introduction. In Iris van der Tuin (Eds.), Gender: Nature - Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks (pp. xiii-xvii). Gale Cengage.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Introduction. In Iris van der Tuin (Eds.), Gender - Nature (pp. xiii). Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Reading Diffractive Reading - Where and When does Diffraction happen?. Journal of Electronic Publishing, 19 (2), (pp. n.p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2016). The Feminist Futures of Reading Diffractively - Replacing Conflict-based Readings in the Case of Beauvoir and Irigaray. Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge, 30.
van der Tuin, I. & Waaldijk, M.L. (2016). Tweesporendenken in tijden van brede bachelors - Genderstudies en de opkomst van multi- en interdisciplinariteit aan Nederlandse universiteiten. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 19 (2), (pp. 241-259) (18 p.).
  2016 - Popularising publications
van der Tuin, I. & Geerts, Evelien (2016). Diffraction and Reading Diffractively. New Materialism Almanac 2016
van der Tuin, I. & Geerts, Evelien (2016). Literacy and Agential Literacy. New Materialism Almanac 2016
  2016 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (27.11.2016). A Trajectory with/in Feminist New Materialism.
I. van der Tuin (24.10.2016). 'Application' in a New Materialist Key.
van der Tuin, I. (2016). Canonization is Measurement? Reading Meeting the Universe Halfway through the Humanities.
I. van der Tuin (17.02.2016). Cartography and the Materiality of the Digital Humanities: Looking for Susanne K. Langer.
I. van der Tuin (06.12.2016). Feminist Engagements with/in New Materialism.
I. van der Tuin (08.08.2016). Final assignment commentator.
I. van der Tuin (22.04.2016). Interview. The Humanities in Europe Interview Series by Rosi Braidotti.
I. van der Tuin (27.05.2016). Introduction and Chair of Opening Lecture 'New Materialisms: Reconfiguring the Object'. Research Genealogies and Material Practices.
I. van der Tuin (29.01.2016). Looking for Susanne K. Langer: On the Materiality of a Digital Investigation. Art manifestation DRECK.
I. van der Tuin (15.01.2016). The Four Roles in the E-Portfolio of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Utrecht University.
  2015 - Scholarly publications
van der Tuin, I. (2015). Feminisme als strijdtoneel - Simone de Beauvoir en de geschiedenis van feminisme. In Rosemarie Buikema & Liedeke Plate (Eds.), Handboek gender in media, kunst en cultuur (pp. 19-38). Bussum: Uitgeverij Coutinho.
van der Tuin, Iris (2015). Generational Feminism - New Materialist Introduction to a Generative Approach. (153 p.). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers / Lexington Books.
van der Tuin, I. (2015). Making Time (For) Duration - Thinking at the Contemporary University. History of the Present: A Journal of Critical History, 5 (2), (pp. 187-199).
van der Tuin, I. (2015). Nieuw feministisch materialisme. In Harry Willemsen & Peter de Wind (Eds.), Woordenboek Filosofie - Geheel herziene en aangevulde uitgave (pp. 394-5). Antwerpen and Apeldoorn: Garant Uitgeverij.
Thiele, K.C., van der Tuin, Iris & Asberg, C. (2015). Speculative 'before' the Turn: Reintroducing Feminist Materialist Performativity. Cultural Studies Review, 21 (2), (pp. 145-172) (27 p.).
Dolphijn, R. & van der Tuin, I. (2015). The Thresholds Project at Utrecht University - New Materialist Rethinkings of Subjectivity and Objectivity. Teaching With Feminist Materialisms (pp. 25-38). Utrecht: ATGENDER:The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation.
  2015 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2015). Feminisme tussen generaties. In Renée Römkens & Anja Meulenbelt (Eds.), Het F-Boek - Feminisme van nu in woord en beeld (pp. 275-9). Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Spectrum.
  2015 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (16.10.2015). Contribution to PhD-course 'Women Philosophers From Antiquity Until the 21th Century'. New Perspectives in Feminist Epistemology: Haraway and Barad.
I. van der Tuin (12.05.2015). Discussion leader ‘Anthropocene/Capitolocene’. Future Vocabularies / Human-Inhuman-Posthuman.
I. van der Tuin (21.10.2015). Looking for Susanne K. Langer: A Digital Investigation.
I. van der Tuin (19.01.2015). New Materialism and the Question of Knowing.
I. van der Tuin (02.10.2015). Paper ‘Practicing “Genealogies of New Materialisms”: The Case of Susanne K. Langer’ . COST Action IS1307 conference, New Materialist Politics and Economies of Knowledge: Sister-6th Annual Conference on the New Materialisms (COST Action IS1307 conference).
I. van der Tuin (24.09.2015). Symposium Gender(in)equality.
I. van der Tuin (22.10.2015). Text Seminar on my article ‘“A Different Starting Point, A Different Metaphysics”: Reading Bergson and Barad Diffractively’ (Hypatia, 2011).
I. van der Tuin (05.09.2015). What does art create? On Susanne K. Langer.
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, Rosemarie & van der Tuin, Iris (2014). Doing the document: Gender studies at the corporatized university in Europe. Part 2: Answering the sixtyfour- thousand-dollar question. European Journal of Women's Studies, 21 (2), (pp. 194-199) (6 p.).
van der Tuin, Iris (2014). On the Threshold of New Materialist Studies. Forum : the University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture & The Arts, 19, (pp. 1-13) (13 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2014). Review of John Protevi (2013) Life, War, Earth: Deleuze and the Sciences. International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 28 (2), (pp. 226-29) (4 p.).
Bleeker, Maaike & van der Tuin, Iris (2014). Science in the Performance Stratum - Hunting for Higgs and Nature as Performance. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 10 (2), (pp. 232-45) (14 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2014). The Mode of Invention of Creative Research: Onto-Epistemology. In E. Barrett & B. Bolt (Eds.), Material Inventions: Applying Creative Research (pp. 257-272) (16 p.). London and New York: IBTauris.
Buikema, Rosemarie & van der Tuin, Iris (2014). Three Feminist Waves. In Jaap Verheul & Emmeline Besamusca (Eds.), Discovering the Dutch - Culture and Society of the Netherlands (pp. 211-221) (10 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  2014 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, Iris (2014). All That Is Solid. In Binna Chow & Maiko Tanaka (Eds.), Grand Domestic Revolution - handbook (pp. 207-208) (2 p.). Utrecht: Casco.
van der Tuin, I. (2014). Preface: The Matter of Affect. In K. Leurs & D. Olivieri (Eds.), Everyday Feminist Research Praxis: Doing Gender in the Netherlands (pp. 72-73) (2 p.). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  2014 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (25.09.2014). Art Matters.
I. van der Tuin (06.11.2014). Feminist Archives between Memory, Activism and Research: Symposium and Exhibition on Rosi Braidotti’s Work.
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, R.L. & van der Tuin, I. (2013). ‘Doing the Document: Gender Studies at the Corporatized University in Europe I’. European Journal of Women's Studies, 20 (3), (pp. 309-316) (8 p.).
Dolphijn, R. & van der Tuin, I. (2013). A Thousand Tiny Intersections: Linguisticism, Feminism, Racism and Deleuzian Becomings. In A. Saldanha & J. M. Adams (Eds.), Deleuze and Race (pp. 129-143) (15 p.). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
van der Tuin, I. & Geerts, E. (2013). From Intersectionality to Interference: Feminist Onto-Epistemological Reflections on the Politics of Representation. Women's Studies International Forum, 41 (3), (pp. 171-178) (8 p.). Published on-line September 2, 2013..
van der Tuin, I. (2013). Non-Reductive Continental Naturalism in the Contemporary Humanities: Working with Hélène Metzger’s Philosophical Reflections. History of the Human Sciences, 26 (2), (pp. 88-105) (18 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2013). The Untimeliness of Bergson’s Metaphysics: Reading Diffractively. In J Mullarkey & Ch De Mille (Eds.), Bergson and the Art of Immanence: Painting, Photography, Film (pp. 232-246) (15 p.). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  2013 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2013). Terug naar de toekomsten van de godinnenbeweging. In M. Westen (Eds.), Female Power (pp. 23-27) (5 p.). Arnhem: Museum voor Moderne Kunst.
  2013 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (22.11.2013). ‘Signals Falling: Ecological Epistemology in Bergson, Woolf and Guattari’. Second workshop 'Terra Critica: Re-visioning the Critical Task of the Humanities in a Globalized World'.
Bleeker, M.A. & van der Tuin, I. (26.06.2013). Curated panel ‘The Big Bang Show: Everything you always wanted to know about causality but were afraid to ask'. Now Then: Performance&Temporality, Performance Studies international #19.
I. van der Tuin (29.11.2013). Envisionings of the Speculative: New Feminist Materialism. International Workshop 'Practicing Feminist Materialisms: Pedagogy and Critique.
I. van der Tuin (13.03.2013). Feminist Envisionings of the Speculative: Genealogy, Epistemology, Ontology. University of California, Berkeley, Dept. of Women's and Gender Studies.
I. van der Tuin (27.04.2013). Field work note ‘From Classification to Cartography’. ATGENDER Spring Conference.
I. van der Tuin (16.06.2013). Introduction ‘Materie’ [Matter]. Bijbels Museum, Amsterdam, exhibition Divine Surprise!.
I. van der Tuin (29.11.2013). Invited lecture ‘Feminist New Materialism as Speculative Endeavor’. Workshop 'Practicing Feminist Materialisms: Pedagogy and Critique'.
I. van der Tuin (12.11.2013). Invited lecture ‘New Materialism’. Course 'Bewegen und Nachahmen'.
I. van der Tuin (04.10.2013). Invited lecture ‘Y-Crossing in Contemporary Cultural Theory: The Material and Speculative Turns'. Film-Philosophy seminar, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
I. van der Tuin (15.08.2013). Invited lecture on ‘Who does the knowing and how? Posthumanist Critical Theory and the Question of Epistemology’. Utrecht, Utrecht Summerschool 'Critical Theory, Culture and Citizenship'.
I. van der Tuin (07.09.2013). Key note ‘Generating (In)directions’. Convento da Saudação, Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal, Generative Indirections: PSi [Performance Studies international] Regional Cluster..
I. van der Tuin (06.04.2013). Key note ‘The Generation of Philosophy’. Amsterdam, Philosophy Festival DRIFT.
I. van der Tuin (16.05.2013). Key note ‘Thinking (about) Possibilities: Feminist Sources of Speculation?’. Movement, Aesthetics, Ontology - 4th Annual Conference on the New Materialisms.
I. van der Tuin (15.05.2013). Key note 'Doing Epistemology Differently: New Feminist Materialism and the Question of Knowing'. Conference 'Material Conversations: Language, Nature, Power'.
I. van der Tuin (01.11.2013). Member of the scientific committee International Conference on Art Education and Sexual Diversity. Member of the scientific committee International Conference on Art Education and Sexual Diversity.
I. van der Tuin (23.05.2013). Plenary speech ‘Nature and the Humanities’. Den Haag, Symposium 'Perceptions on Nature'.
I. van der Tuin (21.03.2013). Public talk ‘Jumping Generations: Back to the LGBT Futures in the Feminist Archive’. Tucson, Arizona, Lecture Series Institute for LGBT Studies.
I. van der Tuin (20.09.2013). Speaker in the Young Academics Panel. Conference 'The Idea of University and the Future of Knowledge'.
  2012 - Scholarly publications
Revelles-Benavente, B. & van der Tuin, I. (2012). ‘Staying with the Limit’? Subject/Object and Epistemology/Ontology Relations in Western Feminist Historiography. NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 20, (pp. 222-226) (5 p.).
van der Tuin, I. & Dolphijn, R. (2012). New Materialism: Interviews & Cartographies. Ann Arbor: Open Humanities Press.
van der Tuin, I. (2012). Review of Vicki Kirby (2011) Quantum Anthropologies: Life at Large. Somatechnics, 2 (2), (pp. 335-339) (5 p.).
Sissel Hoel, A. & van der Tuin, I. (2012). The Ontological Force of Technicity: Reading Cassirer and Simondon Diffractively. Philosophy and Technology, 26 (2), (pp. 187-202) (16 p.).
  2012 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (30.11.2012). Doing the Document. Gothenburg, g12: Nationell genusforskningskonferens.
I. van der Tuin (10.11.2012). Politics of Negation, Ethics of Affirmation. Vienna, Vienna Conversation 2. Bruno Kreisky Forum for International Dialogue.
I. van der Tuin (03.11.2012). The Genealogical Doublet. History of Philosophy symposium. Annual conference of the National Research School Ethics.
  2011 - Scholarly publications
van der Tuin, I. (2011). “A Different Starting Point, A Different Metaphysics”: Reading Bergson and Barad Diffractively’. Hypatia, 26 (1), (pp. 22-42) (21 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2011). Gender Research with ‘Waves:’ On Repositioning a Neodisciplinary Apparatus. In R.L. Buikema, G. Griffin & N. Lykke (Eds.), Theories and Methodologies in Postgraduate Feminist Research: Researching Differently (pp. 15-28) (14 p.). New York: Routledge.
van der Tuin, I. (2011). Netherlands. In M. Zeiss Stange & C. K. Oyster (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Women in Today’s World London: SAGE Reference.
van der Tuin, I. (2011). New Feminist Materialisms – Review Essay. Women's Studies International Forum, 34 (4), (pp. 271-277) (7 p.).
Dolphijn, R. & van der Tuin, I. (2011). Pushing Dualism to an Extreme: On the Philosophical Impetus of A New Materialism. Continental Philosophy Review, 44 (4), (pp. 383-400) (18 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2011). The New Materialist ‘Always Already’: On an A-Human Humanities. NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 19 (4), (pp. 285-290) (6 p.).
  2011 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2011). Born-Again Babyboomers of the World, Create!. Potentia, 1 (1).
  2011 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (25.05.2011). Bergson's Coat. ‘Camillo 2.0: Technology, Memory, Experience’.
I. van der Tuin (07.04.2011). Companion Sculptures. Exhibition.
I. van der Tuin (07.04.2011). Congres "New Materialism: Naturecultures". kick-off conference VENI project I. van der Tuin.
I. van der Tuin (18.11.2011). Diffraction as a Methodology for Feminist Epistemology. SWIP Conference Feminist Epistemology and Philosophical Traditions.
I. van der Tuin (13.05.2011). Disciplinary Cartesian Cuts, Interdisciplinary Agential Cuts: Reading Fieldwork Notes through Barad’s Agential Realism. Berlin, Colloquium ‘Transdisciplinarity Revisited’.
I. van der Tuin (14.10.2011). Gender Studies in Times of Change. Roundtable 'Gender Studies in Times of Change'.
I. van der Tuin (06.12.2011). How the Material Turn Leaps into the Future. Higher Feminist Seminar.
I. van der Tuin (21.07.2011). How the Material Turn Leaps into the Future. CMII, Seminar at the Centre for Memory, Imagination and Invention (CMII).
I. van der Tuin (20.07.2011). How the Material Turn Leaps into the Future. Seminar at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne.
I. van der Tuin (11.11.2011). Precarity and (Feminist) Academia. Working Seminar 'Precarity and (Feminist) Academia'.
I. van der Tuin (25.05.2011). Response to Prof. Michal Kobialka. Utrecht, Prelude panel at ‘Camillo 2.0: Technology, Memory, Experience’.
I. van der Tuin (07.04.2011). The Material Turn: neither a Paradigm Shift nor a Rewriting but rather a Quantum Leap. Kick-off conference "New Materialism: Naturecultures".
I. van der Tuin (25.02.2011). The Untimeliness of Bergson’s Metaphysics: Reading Diffractively. Conference "Bergson and His Postmodern and Immanent Legacies".
  2010 - Scholarly publications
van der Tuin, I. (2010). Seksuele en generationele differentie in de 21ste eeuw: Nieuw feministisch materialisme als non-dualistische feministische epistemologie. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 13 (3), (pp. 4-18) (15 p.).
van der Tuin, I. & Dolphijn, R. (2010). The Transversality of New Materialism. Women: A Cultural Review, 21 (2), (pp. 153-171) (19 p.).
Buikema, R.L. & van der Tuin, I. (2010). Three Feminist Waves. In E. Besamusca & J. Verheul (Eds.), Discovering the Dutch (pp. 182-194) (12 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
van der Tuin, I. (2010). Van verstikkend naar visionair: Een feministisch epistemologische verkenning van de effecten van het golvenmodel in genderonderzoek. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 13 (2), (pp. 72-85) (14 p.).
  2010 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2010). ABC van lichamelijkheid. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 37 (4).
van der Tuin, I. (2010). Affirmatie. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 37 (2).
van der Tuin, I. (2010). Grenzenwerk. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 37 (1).
van der Tuin, I. (2010). Louise. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 37 (3).
  2010 - Popularising publications
Wekker, G.D., van Sterkenburg, Jacco, van der Tuin, I. & Buikema, R.L. (31.07.2010). ‘Witte schicht’ is wereldnieuws. De Volkskrant [online], (pp. 21) (1 p.).
  2010 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (22.06.2010). ‘A Different Starting Point, A Different Metaphysics’: Reading Bergson and Barad Diffractively. Cambridge, New Materialisms and Digital Culture Symposium: An International Symposium on Contemporary Arts, Media and Cultural Theory.
I. van der Tuin (25.10.2010). A Leap into the Future. Utrecht, What’s the Matter with Materialism?.
I. van der Tuin (08.03.2010). Denken over de derde feministische golf. Nijmegen, Internationale Vrouwendag conferentie.
I. van der Tuin (28.08.2010). New Feminist Materialism: From Difference to Diffraction. Schwerte, Germany, Summerschool ‘Ort der Differenz’.
I. van der Tuin (19.03.2010). New Feminist Materialism: On Second- and Third-Wave Feminist Epistemology. conference Landelijk Netwerk Vrouwenstudies Filosofie.
I. van der Tuin (11.03.2010). On Causality. Utrecht, Vrede van Utrecht conferentie.
I. van der Tuin (30.11.2010). Panel. Amsterdam, Changing Attitudes: Attuning Feminist Legacies (Stedelijk Museum).
I. van der Tuin (22.07.2010). PhD workshop ‘New Materialism: Art, Science, Media’. PhD workshop ‘New Materialism: Art, Science, Media’.
I. van der Tuin (30.03.2010). Research from a Third-Wave Feminist Standpoint. Staff seminar International Information Centre and Archive for the Women’s Movement.
I. van der Tuin (20.01.2010). The Making of Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture. Guest lecture within the course 'Gender Art and Literature'.
I. van der Tuin (19.11.2010). The New Materialist ‘Always Already’. Utrecht, Intra-action between the Humanities and the Sciences conferentie.
I. van der Tuin (14.07.2010). Third-Wave An-Oedipal Feminism. Third International Deleuze Studies Conference.
  2009 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, R.L. & van der Tuin, I. (2009). Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture. (291 p.). Londen: Routledge.
van der Tuin, I. (2009). Introduction. In R.L. Buikema & I. van der Tuin (Eds.), Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture (pp. 1-4) (4 p.). New York and London: Routledge.
van der Tuin, I. (2009). 'Jumping Generations:' On Second- and Third-wave Feminist Epistemology. Australian Feminist Studies, 24 (59), (pp. 17-31) (15 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2009). The Arena of Feminism: Simone de Beauvoir and the History of Feminism. In R.L. Buikema & I. van der Tuin (Eds.), Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture (pp. 7-23) (17 p.). New York and London: Routledge.
  2009 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2009). De filosofie van de derde feministische golf. De Filosoof, 9 (41), (pp. 8-9) (2 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2009). Gatekeepers. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 36 (1).
van der Tuin, I. (2009). Generosity between Generations, or: the Generation of Generosity. In C. Asberg & K. Harrison (Eds.), Gender Delight: Science, Knowledge, Culture and Writing... for Nina Lykke (pp. 425-431) (7 p.). Linköping: Linköping University Press.
van der Tuin, I. (2009). Intercontinentaal feminisme. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 36 (4).
van der Tuin, I. (2009). Vrouwelijke meesters. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 36 (3).
van der Tuin, I. (2009). Woorden, dingen, lichamen. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 36 (2).
  2009 - Popularising publications
van der Tuin, I., Asberg, C. & de Moor, M.H.M. (2009). Wetenschap: Erfelijkheid, lesbische vingerlengte en het ontstaan van lesbostudies. In M. Hemker & L. Huijsmans (Eds.), Lesbo encyclopedie (pp. 131-145) (15 p.). Amsterdam: Ambo Anthos.
  2009 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (04.07.2009). 7th European Feminist Research Conference: Gendered Cultures at the Crossroads of Imagination, Science, Politics. 7th European Feminist Research Conference: Gendered Cultures at the Crossroads of Imagination, Science, Politics.
I. van der Tuin (10.03.2009). Against Dualism. Enschede, DAI/MASQUERADE.
I. van der Tuin (05.07.2009). Generation/Knowledge. 7th European Feminist Research Conference.
I. van der Tuin (23.10.2009). Het avant-gardistische liefdes- en schrijfleven van Simone de Beauvoir. University of Amsterdam, Parade van Geleerde Vrouwen, afscheid Dr. Petra de Vries.
I. van der Tuin (06.07.2009). Meeting Utrecht Halfway. 7th European Research Conference.
van der Tuin, I. & Dolphijn, R. (2009). Seminar Contemporary Cultural Theory.
I. van der Tuin (10.12.2009). The Engaged Humanities. University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain., Changing Cultures: Cultures of Change (A Topological Approach to Cultural Dynamics).
  2008 - Scholarly publications
van der Tuin, I. (2008). Deflationary Logic: Response to Sara Ahmed’s ‘Imaginary Prohibitions: Some Preliminary Remarks on the Founding Gestures of the ‘New Materialism’. European Journal of Women's Studies, 15 (4), (pp. 411-416) (6 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2008). Review of Donna Haraway Live Theory, Hélène Cixous Live Theory, Julia Kristeva Live Theory. Feminist Review, 88, (pp. 189-192) (4 p.).
  2008 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2008). Derde golf feminisme. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 35 (4).
van der Tuin, I. (2008). Het nieuwe materialisme. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 35 (3).
  2008 - Popularising publications
van der Tuin, I. (01.01.2008). Wederzijdse inspiratie. U blad : Utrechts universiteitsblad
  2008 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (01.08.2008). Deleuze Studies and Feminist Studies: The Case of New Materialism. The First International Deleuze Studies Conference.
I. van der Tuin (01.02.2008). Dis-identification: ‘Not my Mother’s Sister’. Amsterdam, Welcome between past and future: Welcome in the world as it is: Body and Mind (Studium Generale, Gerrit Rietveld Academie).
I. van der Tuin (01.06.2008). Jumping Genes, Jumping Gender. SLSA, Figurations of Knowledge - 5th Biannual European Conference of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts (SLSA).
I. van der Tuin (01.10.2008). New Feminist Materialism. Högre seminarier [Higher Seminars], Tema Genus, Linköping University.
van der Tuin, I. & Dolphijn, R. (2008). Seminar Contemporary Cultural Theory. wekelijks seminar.
I. van der Tuin (01.05.2008). Third Wave Materialism. Centre for Gender Studies, Lund University, Ongoing Gender Research Seminar (Centre for Gender Studies, Lund University).
I. van der Tuin (01.07.2008). Will the true dutiful daughter please stand up?. Global Arts/ Local Knowledge, The International Association for Philosophy and Literature (IAPL) conference.
  2007 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, R.L. & van der Tuin, I. (2007). Gender in Media, Kunst en Cultuur. (319 p.). Bussum: Couthino.
van der Tuin, I., Wekker, G.D., Frederiks, N.F. & Asberg, C. (2007). Je hebt een kleur, maar je bent Nederlands: Identiteitsformaties van geadopteerden van kleur. Utrecht: Leerstoelgroep Genderstudies, Universiteit Utrecht.
van der Tuin, I. & Liinason, M. (2007). Practising Feminist Interdisciplinarity: Editorial. Graduate Journal of Social Science, 4 (2), (pp. 1-10) (10 p.).
  2007 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2007). Feminisme als strijdtoneel: Simone de Beauvoir en de geschiedenis van het feminisme. In R. Buikema & I. van der Tuin (Eds.), Gender in media, kunst en cultuur (pp. 15-32) (18 p.). Bussum: Coutinho.
van der Tuin, I. (2007). Generational Othering and the Dutch Obsession with the Here and Now. In R. Braidotti, C. Esche & M. Hlavajova (Eds.), Citizens and Subjects: The Netherlands, for example (pp. 291-298) (8 p.). Utrecht and Zürich: BAK, basis voor actuele kunst and JRP|Ringier.
van der Tuin, I. (2007). Leeswijzer. In R. Buikema & I. van der Tuin (Eds.), Gender in media, kunst en cultuur (pp. 9-12) (4 p.). Bussum: Coutinho.
van der Tuin, I. (2007). Theory and Practice in (New) Feminist Epistemologies. In J.A.C. van Ophem & C.H.A. Verhaar (Eds.), On the Mysteries of Research: Essays in various fields of the Humaniora (pp. 47-58) (12 p.). Leeuwarden/Ljouwert: Fryske Akademy.
  2007 - Popularising publications
van der Tuin, I. (07.01.2007). Mentaliteit witte adoptieouders moet veranderen. De Volkskrant [online], (pp. 7-8) (7 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2007). Object van verlangen: De queer fenomenologie van Sara Ahmed. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 34 (3), (pp. 28-30) (3 p.).
Asberg, C., van der Tuin, I. & de Moor, Marleen (2007). Wetenschap. In Mirjam Hemker & Linda Huismans (Eds.), Lesbo Encyclopedia Amsterdam: Ambo/Anthos.
  2007 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (29.11.2007). Disidentification. Utrecht, Citizens and Subjects: Practices and Debates.
I. van der Tuin (28.11.2007). Jumping Generations: (Academic) Feminism in the Here and Now. Utrecht, Theorizing Change: Dissertation Lab Symposium.
I. van der Tuin (11.09.2007). Jumping Generations: (Academic) Feminism in the Here and Now. Turku, Finland, Methodologies, Travelling Theories, Translations: Nordic and European Feminist Research Training.
  2006 - Scholarly publications
van der Tuin, I. (2006). 'Doing Butler'. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 9, (pp. 81-84) (4 p.).
  2006 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2006). Athena Student Forum: Weave on Academic Generosity. In R. Braidotti & B. Waaldijk (Eds.), The Making of European Women's Studies: A work in progress report on curriculum development and related issues in gender education and research (pp. 126-129) (4 p.). Utrecht: ATHENA/Utrecht University.
van der Tuin, I. (2006). Jumping Generations. Krisis, 7 (3), (pp. 28-32) (5 p.).
van der Tuin, I., Garstenauer, T., Alonso, J., Caporale Bizzini, S. & Kasic, B. (2006). Teaching Subjects in Between. York: Raw Nerve Books.
van der Tuin, I. (2006). The Generation Game. In T. Garstenauer, J. Bueno Alonso, S. Caporale Bizzini & B. Kasic (Eds.), Teaching Subjects in Between: Feminist Politics, Disciplines, Generations (pp. 81-89) (9 p.). York: Raw Nerve Books.
  2006 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (31.08.2006). 6th European Gender Research Conference: Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context. 6th European Gender Research Conference: Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context.
I. van der Tuin (31.08.2006). Generosity between Generations, or: the Generation of Generosity. 6th European Gender Research Conference: Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context.
I. van der Tuin (18.10.2006). Jumping Generations. London, Generation: on Feminist Time-Lines.
I. van der Tuin (18.11.2006). Jumping Generations. Amsterdam, Feminist Legacies and Potentials in Contemporary Art Practice.
I. van der Tuin (02.02.2006). Researching New Feminist Epistemologies & Practices of European Women's studies. Seminar Efigies.
I. van der Tuin (14.06.2006). Third wave Materialism. Close Encounters: the 4th European Conference of the Society for Science Literature and the Arts.
I. van der Tuin (31.03.2006). Third Wave Materialism: Committed to Continuity and Transversal Dialogues. Amsterdam, Trajectories of Commitment and Complicity: Knowledge, Politics, Cultural Production (ASCA).
I. van der Tuin (02.09.2006). Third Wave Materialism: Feminist Epistemology after Feminist Postmodernisms. 6th European Gender Research Conference: Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context.
van der Tuin, I. & Moring, A. (2006). WeAVE-network website.
  2005 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. & Moring, A. (2005). Are We Women's Studies Students Feminism's Third Wave?. In Rosi Braidotti & Annabel van Baren (Eds.), The Making of European Women's Studies. Volume VI : A Work in Progress Report on Curriculum Development and Related Issues in Gender Education and Research (pp. 131-134) (252 p.). Utrecht: Advanced Thematic Network in Activities in Women's Studies in Europe (Athena).
van der Tuin, I. (2005). De Feministische Canon Is Niet (Langer) Alleen. Historica, 28 (2), (pp. 9-11) (3 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2005). De Opvolgster Van Haraway En Butler: Het Veelbelovende Gedachtegoed Van Karen Barad. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 32 (4), (pp. 26-30) (5 p.).
van der Tuin, I. (2005). Voorbij Het Antropocentrisme: Donna Haraway. Wijsgerig perspectief, 45 (1), (pp. 31-41) (11 p.).
  2005 - Popularising publications
van der Tuin, I. (23.08.2005). Vormen Van Gesitueerd Denken. Trouw, (pp. L01) (1 p.).
  2005 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (15.04.2005). De Feministische Canon is Niet (langer) alleen. Utrecht, Over de top: Vrouwen in de canon.
I. van der Tuin (19.03.2005). Doing Gender: European (and) Third Wave. Utrecht, European Gender Chronologies.
I. van der Tuin (19.03.2005). European Gender Chronologies. European Gender Chronologies.
I. van der Tuin (13.12.2005). Over Het Bureau van J.J. Voskuil. Brussel (België), Doorbrekers.
I. van der Tuin (05.11.2005). Presentations 'Genderstudies and the Humanities' and 'ATHENA PhD Research Training book'. International Missing Links Conference: 'Culture, Memory and Technology'.
  2004 - Scholarly publications
van der Tuin, I., Hoogland, R.C. & de Vries, P. (2004). "Feminist theory in Intergenerational Perspective.". European Journal of Women's Studies, 11 (4), (pp. 461-472) (12 p.).
van der Tuin, I. & Rossum, K. (2004). "Mijn werk is even nomadisch als ikzelf: Een interview met Rosi Braidotti". In Rosi Braidotti (Eds.), Nomadisch denken in de 21e eeuw (pp. 263-281) (19 p.). Amsterdam: Boom.
van der Tuin, I. & Moring, A. (2004). May we introduce you to.... Athena's Student Forum. In R. Braidotti & E. Just (Eds.), The Making of European Women's Studies Volume V (pp. 169-172) (169 p.). Utrecht: ATHENA.
  2004 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2004). De aanrader van Iris van der Tuin. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 31, (pp. 30-31) (2 p.).
  2004 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (23.01.2004). Feminist Theory in Intergenerational Perspective. Belle van Zuylen Instituut, Amsterdam, Passing on Feminism.
I. van der Tuin (24.06.2004). Over 'Ter Navolging' (2004) van Kees 't Hart. Utrecht, Oogst van het OGC.
I. van der Tuin (10.11.2004). Researching "The Making of European Women's Studies". IWS Open Seminar Series.
  2003 - Professional publications
van der Tuin, I. (2003). -. Migrantenstudies, 19, (pp. 130-134) (5 p.).
van der Tuin, I. & Medema, S. (2003). De schaamte voorbij. Lover: Feminisme, Cultuur, Wetenschap, 30 (1).
  2003 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (23.01.2003). De echo van de feministische discipline. De resultaten van een onderzoek naar sociaal-wetenschappelijke proefschriften 1995-2000. Amsterdam, Universiteit van Amsterdam.
I. van der Tuin (05.11.2003). Voorbij de canon: stand van zaken in het feministisch denken over kennis. Utrecht, Studium Generale.
  0 - Other output
I. van der Tuin (0). 4M Matter – Materials – Materiality – Materialism.
I. van der Tuin (0). Adviseur WomenSpeak! Utrechts genderconsortium. Adviseur WomenSpeak! Utrechts genderconsortium.
I. van der Tuin (0). Advisor If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution Ed. II, episode 4. Advisor If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution Ed. II, episode 4.
I. van der Tuin (0). Athena Student Forum. Athena Student Forum.
I. van der Tuin (0). Athena Student Forum i.s.m. Anna Moring, Helsinki University. Athena Student Forum i.s.m. Anna Moring, Helsinki University.
I. van der Tuin (0). Australian Feminist Studies.
I. van der Tuin (0). Before Critique: Hélène Metzger (1886-1944). Utrecht, Terra Critica: Re-visioning the Critical Task of the Humanities in a Globalized World.
I. van der Tuin (0). Conversation with Alex Martinis Roe.
I. van der Tuin (0). Co-projectleider WeAVE - A European Gender Studies Network for students, postgraduate students, PhDs, post-doc researchers and junior teachers. Co-projectleider WeAVE - A European Gender Studies Network for students, postgraduate students, PhDs, post-doc researchers and junior teachers.
I. van der Tuin (0). Doing Gender Lecture Series. Doing Gender Lecture Series.
I. van der Tuin (0). Feminism is my DJ project van IIAV, i.s.m. IvdT. Feminism is my DJ project van IIAV, i.s.m. IvdT.
I. van der Tuin (0). Genders.
I. van der Tuin (0). Goldsmiths Press.
I. van der Tuin (0). Graduate Journal of Social Science.
I. van der Tuin (0). Graduate Journal of Social Science.
I. van der Tuin (0). Invited lecture ‘Doing Epistemology Differently: Feminist New Materialism and the Question of Knowing’. Tutorial teacher on ‘The Politics of New Materialism’ and ‘A Generative Approach to Generational Feminism’.
I. van der Tuin (0). Journal of Gender and Power.
I. van der Tuin (0). Journal of Gender and Power.
I. van der Tuin (0). Jumping Generations.
I. van der Tuin (0). Key note lecture ‘Deleuze and Diffraction’.
I. van der Tuin (0). Key note lecture ‘Generating Feminism’.
I. van der Tuin (0). Key note lecture ‘The Subject of New Materialism’ (Dr Rick Dolphijn).
I. van der Tuin (0). Lecture ‘Doing Epistemology Differently: Feminist New Materialisms and the Question of Knowing’.
I. van der Tuin (0). Lecture ‘New Materialism’.
I. van der Tuin (0). Lecture ‘Pushing ‘Generation’ to an Extreme, and How Genealogy is a Geophilosophy’.
I. van der Tuin (0). Lover.
I. van der Tuin (0). New Materialist Methodologies: Gender, Politics, the Digital: 5th Annual Conference on the New Materialisms.
I. van der Tuin (0). Panel organiser ‘New Materialism’ (With Prof. Jussi Parikka). Deleuze’s Cultural Encounters with the New Humanities.
I. van der Tuin (0). Paneldiscussie 2: Stand van zaken in het gender, wetenschap en technologie-onderzoek.
I. van der Tuin (0). Paper ‘Canonization is Measurement? Reading Meeting the Universe Halfway through the Humanities’. Performing Situated Knowledges: Space, Time, Vulnerability.
I. van der Tuin (0). Paper ‘Reading Life Diffractively: Ecological Epistemology in Woolf and Guattari’. Life Matters: Affect, Sex, and Control. Conference.
I. van der Tuin (0). Paper presentation ‘Hunting for Higgs’ (With Prof. Maaike Bleeker). New Materialist Methodologies: Gender, Politics, the Digital: 5th Annual Conference on the New Materialisms.
I. van der Tuin (0). Paper presentation ‘Signals Falling: Ecological Epistemology in Bergson, Woolf and Guattari’. ACLA Annual Conference CAPITALS.
I. van der Tuin (0). Performance Studies, Particle Physics and Higgs.
I. van der Tuin (0). Performing Situated Knowledges: Space, Time, Vulnerability.
I. van der Tuin (0). Philosophy After Nature.
I. van der Tuin (0). Response 'Generational Feminism and Sexual Differing'.
I. van der Tuin (0). Response to Françoise Balibar’s keynote lecture ‘“Die Natur ist nur einmal da”’.
I. van der Tuin (0). The Graduate Journal of Social Science.
I. van der Tuin (0). The Graduate Journal of Social Science.
I. van der Tuin (0). Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies.
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Project:
Ethics of Coding: A Report on the Algorithmic Condition
01.01.2017 to 31.12.2017
General project description 

This project responds to the ICT-35-2016 Enabling responsible ICT-related research and innovation, topic B, and will “reflect and challenge the way ICT-related research and innovation is currently approached.” The computerization of society in the late 1970s has now reached a point where the global economy works through an algorithmic networked environment. This situation is addressed in this research as an algorithmic condition. Any form of ICT operates within this condition. The question is, what are the ethical codes and guidelines that guide research within this condition?

Role Researcher Funding
EU grant
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Prof. Felicity Colman (Kingston University London)
  • Prof. Vera Bühlmann (TU Wien)
  • Prof. Aislinn O'Donnell (Maynooth University)
Project:
COST Action New Materialism: Networking European Scholarship on 'How Matter Comes to Matter'
22.04.2014 to 21.04.2018
General project description 

Scholars presently exploring "how matter comes to matter" call themselves new or neo-materialists. They do radically interdisciplinary research based on the conviction that the current economic, ecological and political crises as well as technological advances and everyday practices do not allow a conception of "matter" as (an) object(s) that could be captured along traditional disciplinary lines. Stock market crashes, earthquakes and the increasing complexification of political and social systems (and their breakdowns) demonstrate active interventions of materials previously regarded mute or socially constructed. Meaning-making "to matter" does not occur only in the linguistic frameworks academic research applies to phenomena and crises in a retrograde move. The current European new materialist scene is vibrant but remains largely dispersed compared to the USA, which dominates discussions at the moment. This Action wants to network European new materialisms: how do they look, and what can they innovate?

Role Project Leader Funding
EU grant
Project members UU

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Currently dr. Iris van der Tuin teaches the following course(s):
CodeDescriptionF/PLevelECTS
LA3V11004 Las-De denkacademie V 3 7.5
LA3V11003 Las-Scriptie V 3 7.5
LA2V11002 Las-Globalisering V 2 7.5

I lecture on interdisciplinary studies, philosophy of science / the humanities, and feminist theory and methodology.

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Full name
dr. I. van der Tuin Contact details
Drift 13

Drift 13
Room 1.02
3512 BR  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


Phone number (direct) +31 30 253 5582
Phone number (department) +31 30 253 5582
Postal address
Janskerkhof 13
3512 BL    UTRECHT
The Netherlands

 

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