Chair
Art, Culture and Diversity
Date of appointment 01.07.2005
Inaugural lecture date 10.11.2006
Profile

Rosemarie Buikema is professor of Art, Culture and Diversity at Utrecht University. She chairs the UU Graduate Gender Programme (GGeP) and is the scientific director of the Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG). In that capacity, she also co-ordinates the UU share in the Erasmus Mundus Master in Gender Studies (GEMMA) and directs the annual international Summer School in Gender Studies: NOISE.
Next to this she co-chairs the UU IOS Hub Gender and Diversity: Building an Inclusive Society.

She is author of 4 monographs and (co)editor of 10 edited volumes. She has widely published in the field of feminist and postcolonial theory in international journals like European Journal of Women’s Studies; Women’s Studies International Forum; Journal of Genderstudies; European Journal of English Studies; Journal of European Studies; Interventions International Journal of Postcolonial Studies; Memory Studies; Men and Masculinities; Culture, Health and Sexuality amongst others. Among her latest co-edited book publications are Doing Gender in Media Art and Culture (Routledge 2017 and Routledge 2009), Theories and Methodologies in Feminist Research (Routledge 2011) and From Boys to Men (University of Cape Town Press 2007. She also co-edited two volumes on Arts in Motion in the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds funded series Cultuur en Migratie in Nederland (SDU 2003 and 2004).

She is currently the principal investigator for the Horizon2020 Cultures of Equality Innovative Training Network (https://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/about/innovative-training-networks_en ) project where she is responsible for the work package: Textual and Artistic Cultures of Gender Equality (http://graceproject.eu/). She has extensive experience in supervising and directing large cultural and academic events and projects among others an EU FP6 Early Stage Research training programme which delivered 39 PHD’s EU-wide (http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/82214_en.html).

In her recent monograph Revoltes in de Cultuurkritiek (Amsterdam University Press, 2017) she combines theories of transitional justice, the politics of aesthetics and theories of sexual difference in order to develop new and multilayered scenario’s for change and transnational justice.

Strategic themes / Focus areas
Involved in the following study programme(s)
Scientific expertise
psychoanalysis
postcolonial theory
representations of truth and reconciliation
grotesque
literary biography

Buikema, R.L., Thiele, K.C. & Plate, Liedeke (2017). Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture - A Comprehensive Guide in Gender Studies. London/New York: Routledge.

Buikema, R.L. & Thiele, K.C. (2017). 'Doing Gender' in Medien-, Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften: Eine Einführung. Lit Verlag.

Buikema, R.L. (2017). Revoltes in de Cultuurkritiek. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Buikema, R.L., & Plate, L. (Eds.), (2015). Handboek Genderstudies in media, kunst en cultuur. Coutinho

Buikema, R.L., Lykke, N. & Griffin, G. (Eds.). (2011). Theories and Methodologies in Postgraduate Feminist Research: Researching Differently. London/New York: Routledge.

Buikema, R.L. & Tuin, I. van der (2009). Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture. Londen: Routledge.

Buikema, R.L., Shefer, T, Ratele, K, Strebel, A & Shabalala, N (2007). From Boys to Men. Social Constructions of Masculinity in Contemporary Society. Cape town: University of Cape Town Press.

Buikema, R.L. & Wesseling, L. (2006). Het Heilige Huis. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
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Key publications

Buikema, R.L. (2018). The Folds of History in William Kentridge’s Black Box Theatre: Sampling German Nazism and Colonialism. In Susan Stanford Friedman (Eds.), Contemporary Revolutions: Turning Back to the Future in 21st Century Literature and Art. (pp. 143-163) (21 p.). Bloomsbury.

Buikema, R.L., Thiele, K.C. & Plate, Liedeke (2017). Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture - A Comprehensive Guide in Gender Studies. (306 p.). London: Routledge.

Buikema, R.L. (2017). Revoltes in de Cultuurkritiek. (220 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

All publications
  2018 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, R.L. (2018). #RhodesMustFall and the Curation of European Imperial Legacies. In Sandra Ponzanesi & Adriano José Habed (Eds.), Postcolonial Intellectuals in Europe - Academics, Artists, Activists and their Publics (pp. 193) (21 p.). Rowman & Lifflefield.
Buikema, R.L. & Thiele, K.C. (2018). Feminism and Feminist Studies in Neoliberal Times: Furthering Social Justice in Higher Education Curricula. In Vivienne Bozalek, Rosi Braidotti, Tammy Shefer & Michalinos Zembylas (Eds.), Socially Just Pedagogies. - Posthumanist, Feminist and Materialist Perspectives in Higher Education (pp. 31) (45 p.). London: Bloomsbury.
Baams, L., Dubas, J.J.S., Russell, Stephen T., Buikema, R.L. & van Aken, M.A.G. (01.07.2018). Minority Stress, Perceived Burdensomeness, and Depressive Symptoms Among Sexual Minority Youth. Journal of Adolescence, 66, (pp. 9-18) (10 p.).
Buikema, R.L. (2018). The Folds of History in William Kentridge’s Black Box Theatre: Sampling German Nazism and Colonialism. In Susan Stanford Friedman (Eds.), Contemporary Revolutions: Turning Back to the Future in 21st Century Literature and Art. (pp. 143-163) (21 p.). Bloomsbury.
  2017 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, R.L. (2017). Beperkt Zicht - De Rol van Mediamakers in Beeldvorming. (27 p.). Amsterdam: Stichting Women Inc., Literatuurstudie Beeldvorming.
Buikema, R.L., Thiele, K.C. & Plate, Liedeke (2017). Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture - A Comprehensive Guide in Gender Studies. (306 p.). London: Routledge.
Buikema, R.L. & Thiele, K.C. (2017). 'Doing Gender' in Medien-, Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften - Eine Einführung. (378 p.). Lit Verlag.
Buikema, R.L. (2017). Revoltes in de Cultuurkritiek. (220 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Buikema, R.L. (2017). Risk. In Kathrin Thiele, Birgit Mara Kaiser & Mercedes Bunz (Eds.), Symptoms of the Planetary Condition: - A Critical Vocabulary (pp. 135-141) (7 p.). Lüneburg: Meson Press.
Buikema, R.L. (2017). The arena of the imaginings - Sarah Bartmann and the Ethics of Representation. Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture: - A Comprehensive Guide in Gender Studies (pp. 81-93) (13 p.). London: Routledge.
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, Rosemarie, Stern, Erin & Cooper, Diane (2016). South African women’s conceptualisations of and responses to sexual coercion in relation to hegemonic masculinities. Global Public Health, (pp. 135-152) (19 p.).
Buikema, R.L. (2016). Women's and Feminist Activism in Western Europe. The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (5 p.). John Wiley & Sons Ltd..
  2015 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, R.L. (2015). De verbeelding als strijdtoneel: Sarah Baartman en de ethiek van representatie. Handboek genderstudies in media, kunst en cultuur (pp. 113-129) (17 p.). Uitgeverij Coutinho.
Buikema, R.L. & Plate, Liedeke (2015). Handboek genderstudies in media, kunst en cultuur. (453 p.). Uitgeverij Coutinho.
Buikema, Rosemarie, Stern, E. & Clarfelt, A (2015). The Use of Sexual History Narratives to Assess Processes of Hegemonic Masculinity among South African Men in the Context of HIV/AIDS. Men and Masculinities, 18 (3), (pp. 340-362) (23 p.).
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, Rosemarie (2014). A Dialogue on the Dilemma's of Feminist Research Praxis. In Domitilla Olivieri & Koen Leurs (Eds.), Everyday Feminist Research Praxis - Doing Gender in the Netherlands (pp. 280-301) (22 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Buikema, Rosemarie (2014). De Reikwijdte van de Stem. In A. Andeweg & E. Wesseling (Eds.), Wat de verbeelding niet vermag! essays bij het afscheid van Maaike Meijer (pp. 86-92) (7 p.). Nijmegen: Van Tilt.
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.).
Buikema, Rosemarie (2014). Gotieke teksten en postkoloniale visies in Couperus ‘De stille Kracht’. Tijdschrift Voor Nederlandse Taal-en Letterkunde, 130 (4), (pp. 347-358) (12 p.).
Buikema, Rosemarie (2014). Political Transitions and the Arts; The Performance of (Post-)colonial Leadership in Philip Miller's Cantata Rewind and in Wim Botha's Portrait Busts. In Sandra Ponzanesi (Eds.), Gender, Globalization and Violence. Postcolonial Conflict Zones (pp. 196-214) (19 p.). New York: Routledge.
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.
Buikema, Rosemarie & Lykke, N. (2014). Transposing Noise and Voice. In Bolette Blagaard & Iris van der Tuin (Eds.), The Subject of Rosi Braidotti - Politics and Concepts (pp. 143-148) (6 p.). London: Bloomsbury.
  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.).
Buikema, R.L. (2013). Crossing the borders of identity Politics: Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee and Agaat by Marlene van Niekerk (reprint). Contemporary literary criticism (336).
Buikema, R.L. (2013). Eia mater Fons Amoris. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 16 (3), (pp. 61-65) (5 p.).
Buikema, R.L. (2013). The Madwoman in the Attic of Labuwangi. Couperus and Colonial Gothic. In A Andeweg & S Zlosnik (Eds.), Gothic Kinship (pp. 48-63) (16 p.). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Buikema, R.L. (2013). The relational dynamics of hegemonic masculinity among South African men and women in the context of HIV. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 15 (9), (pp. 1040-1054) (15 p.).
  2012 - Scholarly publications
Buikema, R.L. (2012). Dialogical Truth and Restorative Justice. The monumental dresses of Judith Mason and Nandipha Mntambo. Memory Studies, 5 (3), (pp. 282-293) (12 p.).
Buikema, Rosemarie (2012). Een jurkje als monument voor Phila Portia Ndwandwe. Politieke transitie en de kunsten in Zuid-Afrika. In H. Ester & C. van der Merwe (Eds.), Van Woordeloos tot Verhaal (pp. 132-157) (18 p.). Stellenbosch/Leiden: SUNMedia/Uitgeverij Verloren.
Buikema, R.L. (2012). Monumental dresses. Coming to terms with racial repression. In Brigitte Hipfl & Kristín Loftsdóttir (Eds.), Teaching Race with a Gendered Edge (pp. 43-61) (19 p.). Budapest - New York: Central European University Press.
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Completed projects

Project:
Gendergraduates 01.04.2005 to 30.04.2009
General project description
The Marie Curie Fellowships for Early Stage Training in the field of Gender and Women's Studies allows early stage researchers access to a training programme offered by a network of seven universities in different European countries. The partner institutions, with proven record of high expertise in gender research and education, will jointly train and exchange junior PhD students. The Marie Curie Early Stage Training Scheme is designed to encourage international mobility and therefore carries an enhanced salary/stipend
package.
 
Role Project Leader & Researcher Funding
EU grant
Project members UU
Project:
NOISE Summerschool 2008 18.08.2008 to 29.08.2008
General project description
This advanced training course offers a diversified, but coherent programme of study from an interdisciplinary perspective. It is meant for MA students and PhD students and it will provide special and separate seminars to these two groups. 
Role Researcher Funding
EU grant
Project members UU
Project:
NOISE Summerschool 2007 01.10.2006 to 30.09.2007
General project description
This course aims to introduce different articulations of new feminist theories about the complex interaction of gender, culture and power today. Very inter-disciplinary in orientation, this two-week course presents approaches from the humanities and the social sciences. The school consists of two clusters, which focus on the following themes:
Cluster 1 - Manifest yourself! Negotiating with the Feminist Heritage
Cluster 2 - Global Visions. Promoting Cultural Diversity
 
Role Project Leader & Researcher Funding
EU grant
Project members UU
Project:
Transforming Gender and Power: Mediating Science/Fiction & History/Memory 01.10.2005 to 30.09.2006
General project description
 
Role Project Leader & Researcher Funding
EU grant
Project members UU
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Currently prof. dr. Rosemarie Buikema teaches the following course(s):
CodeDescriptionF/PLevelECTS
MCRMV16029 Vro-Gender, Art and Activism V M 5.0
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Additional functions and activities
  • UU Region Ambassador for Southern Africa (UU wide staff and PhD fellow exchange with UCT, UWC, Stellenbosch, Pretoria and Rhodes); chair of two international research teams UU, UCT, UWC, UNISA. Output training programme; international conference in Cape Town 2005 and edited volume with University of Cape Town Press, 2006 (refereed).
  • Member of NWO VICI commission
  • Chair of the consortium and member of the selection commission UU Socrates Chair
  • Chair of the consortium and member of the selection commission UU Africa Chair
  • Member of the selection commission of the ISS/UU Prince Claus Chair
  • Member of the Editorial Board of Amsterdam University Press
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Dutch Journal of Gender Studies
  • 2008-2012: Member UU-ACKP commission (Advies Orgaan Talentontwikkeling, UU-CvB)
  • 2011-: Member of the Advisory Board NICA (Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis)
  • 2012: Member of the international jury for the Catharine Stimpson Prize for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship
  • 2012-2013: Chair of the G5 Advisory Board on Diversity (Ministerie OCW)
  • 2013: Chair of the NVAO accreditation committee Master in Belgium
  • 2013-2014: Member of Adviescollege Kwaliteitsbewaking NWO
  • 2014-: Member of the Directorate (Raad van Toezicht) of Centraal Museum Utrecht
  • 2014-: Scientific coordinator of UU Research Focus Area Cultures, Citizenship and Human Rights (CCHR)
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Muntstraat 2-2A
Room 1.10
3512 EV  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


Phone number (direct) +31 30 253 8319
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