prof. dr. Ton Robben
t.robben@uu.nl
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Chair
Cultural Anthropology and Latin America
Profile

Antonius Robben is Professor of Anthropology at Utrecht University since 1993. He was a member of the Michigan Society of Fellows at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (1986-1989), past President of the Netherlands Society of Anthropology (1994-1999), and a research fellow at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University (2004). He has also been the director of the Iraq Research Project (2006-2010). A recipient of several National Science Foundation, Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research grants, he has conducted years of fieldwork in northeast Brazil on pluriform fishing economies and in Argentina on political violence and sociocultural trauma. At present, he is conducting research on the wartime destruction and postwar reconstruction of the port-city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

Interests:
Latin America (especially Argentina and Brazil), Iraq, the Netherlands, political and psychological anthropology, fieldwork methods, political violence, state terrorism, counterinsurgency, Second World War, sociocultural  trauma, and post-war reconstruction.

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Monographs

2018. Argentina Betrayed: Memory, Mourning, and Accountability. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

2005. Political Violence and Trauma in Argentina. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. [Awarded 2006 Textor Prize by the American Anthropological Association. Spanish edition: 2008. Pegar donde más duele: Violencia politica y trauma social en Argentina. Barcelona: Anthropos]

1989. Sons of the Sea Goddess: Economic Practice and Discursive Conflict in Brazil. New York: Columbia University Press.

 

Selected edited books

2018. A Companion to the Anthropology of Death. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

2017. Death, Mourning, and Burial: A Cross-Cultural Reader. 2nd revised edition. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell (1st edition, 2004; reprinted in 2012).

2015. Necropolitics: Mass Graves and Exhumations in the Age of Human Rights (edited with F. Ferrándiz). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

2012. Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader (edited with J.A. Sluka). 2nd revised edition. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers (1st edition, 2007; reprinted in 2010 and 2011).

2010. Iraq at a Distance: What Anthropologists Can Teach Us About the War. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

2000. Cultures under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma (edited with M.M. Suárez-Orozco). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1995. Fieldwork under Fire: Contemporary Studies of Violence and Survival (edited with C. Nordstrom). Berkeley: University of California Press.

 

Selected articles

2016. Rethinking the Anthropology of Violence for the Twenty-First Century: From Practice to Mediation. Conflict and Society 2: 1-3.

2014. Massive Violent Death and Contested National Mourning in Post-Authoritarian Chile and Argentina: A Sociocultural Application of the Dual Process Model. Death Studies 38(5): 335-345.

2012. From Dirty War to Genocide: Argentina’s Resistance to National Reconciliation. Memory Studies 5(3): 305-315.

2010. Chaos, Mimesis and Dehumanisation in Iraq: American Counterinsurgency in the Global War on Terror. Social Anthropology 18(2):138-154.

2008. Whose Violence? Death in America – A California Triptych (co-author N. Scheper-Hughes). Social Anthropology 16(1):77-89.

2006. Combat Motivation, Fear, and Terror in Twentieth-century Argentinian Warfare. Journal of Contemporary History 41(2):357-377.

2005. How Traumatized Societies Remember: The Aftermath of Argentina’s Dirty War. Cultural Critique 59(Winter):120-164.

1996. Ethnographic Seduction, Transference and Resistance in Dialogues about Terror and Violence in Argentina. Ethos 24(1): 71-106.

1994. Conflicting Discourses of Economy and Society in Coastal Brazil. Man (n.s.) 29(4): 875-900.

1989. Habits of the Home: Spatial Hegemony and the Structuration of House and  Society in Brazil. American Anthropologist 91(3): 570-588.

 

Selected chapters in edited books

2018. An Anthropology of Death for the Twenty-First Century. In: A Companion to the Anthropology of Death. A.C.G.M. Robben, ed., Pp.xv-xl. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

2015. Exhumations, Territoriality and Necropolitics in Chile and Argentina. In: Necropolitics: Mass Graves and Exhumations in the Age of Human Rights. F. Ferrándiz and A.C.G.M. Robben, eds., Pp.53-75. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

 2014. Governing the Disappeared-Living and the Disappeared-Dead: The Violent Pursuit of Cultural Sovereignty during Authoritarian Rule in Argentina. In Governing the Dead: Sovereignty and the Politics of Dead Bodies. F. Stepputat, ed., Pp.143-162. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

2013. The Hostile Gaze: Night Vision and the Immediation of Nocturnal Combat in Vietnam and Iraq. In: Virtual War and Magical Death: Technologies and Imaginaries for Terror and Killing. Neil L. Whitehead and Sverker Finnström, eds., Pp.132-151. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

2010. Testimonies, Truths, and Transitions of Justice in Argentina and Chile. In: Transitional Justice: Global Mechanisms and Local Realities in the Aftermath of Genocide and Mass Violence. Alexander Laban Hinton, ed., Pp.179-205. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

2010. Mimesis in a War Among the People: What Argentina’s Dirty War Reveals About Counterinsurgency in Iraq. In: Iraq at a Distance: What Anthropologists Can Teach Us About the War. A.C.G.M. Robben, ed., Pp.133-158. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

2010. Ethnographic Imagination at a Distance: An Introduction to the Anthropological Study of the Iraq War. In: Iraq at a Distance: What Anthropologists Can Teach Us About the War. A.C.G.M. Robben, ed., Pp.1-23. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

2009. The Imagination of Genocide. In: Genocide: Truth, Memory, and Representation. Alexander Laban Hinton and Kevin Lewis O’Neill, eds., Pp.317-331. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

2003. The Fear of Indifference: Combatants’ Anxieties about the Political Identity of Civilians during Argentina’s “Dirty War”. In: Violence in War and Peace: An Anthology. Nancy Scheper-Hughes, and Philippe Bourgois, eds., Pp.200-206. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

2000. The Assault on Basic Trust: Disappearance, Protest, and Reburial in Argentina. In: Cultures under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma. A.C.G.M. Robben and M.M. Suárez-Orozco, eds., Pp. 70-101. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2000. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Violence and Trauma (co-author M.M. Suárez-Orozco). In: Cultures under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma . A.C.G.M. Robben and M.M. Suárez-Orozco, eds., Pp. 1-41. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2000. State Terror in the Netherworld: Disappearance and Reburial in Argentina. In: Death Squad: The Anthropology of State Terror. Jeffrey A. Sluka, ed., Pp. 91-113. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

1995. The Politics of Truth and Emotion among Victims and Perpetrators of Violence. In: Fieldwork under Fire: Contemporary Studies of Violence and Survival. C. Nordstrom and A.C.G.M. Robben, eds., Pp. 81-103. Berkeley: University of California Press.

1995. The Anthropology and Ethnography of Violence and Sociopolitical Conflict (co-author C. Nordstrom). In: Fieldwork under Fire: Contemporary Studies of Violence and Survival. C. Nordstrom and A.C.G.M. Robben, eds., Pp. 1-23. Berkeley: University of California Press.

All publications
  Books - Scholarly publications
Ferrandiz, Francisco & Robben, A.C.G.M. (2015). Necropolitics - Mass Graves and Exhumations in the Age of Human Rights. (270 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Iraq at a Distance: What Anthropologists Can Teach Us About the War. (186 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2008). Pegar donde más duele: Violencia política y trauma social en Argentina. (462 p.). Barcelona: Anthropos Editorial.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2007). Political Violence and Trauma in Argentina. (479 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2005). Political Violence and Trauma in Argentina. (467 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Suárez-Orozco, Marcelo M. (2000). Cultures under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma. (285 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  Articles - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2016). Antropologia smerti v xxi veke: obzor literatury. Arkheologiia Russkoi Smerti (2), (pp. 233-239) (7 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2016). Rethinking the Anthropology of Violence for the Twenty-First Century - From Practice to Mediation. Conflict and Society: Advances in Research, 2 (1), (pp. 1-3) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (12.12.2015). How to Scale Factional Divisions in Conflict Situations - Finding Perpetrators and Switchboard Operators in Post-Authoritarian Argentina. Conflict and Society: Advances in Research, 1 (1), (pp. 81-91) (12 p.).
Robben, Antonius C G M (01.09.2015). The Survival and Resilience of Anthropology during Democratic and Dictatorial Times in Argentina. American Anthropologist, 117 (3), (pp. 572-574) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). From Dirty War to Genocide: Argentina's Resistance to National Reconciliation. Memory Studies, 5 (3), (pp. 305-315) (11 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2011). Seducción Etnográfica, Transferencia, y Resistencia en Diálogos sobre Terror y Violencia en Argentina. Aletheia, 1 (2), (pp. 1-32) (32 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2011). Vuile oorlog, staatsterreur of genocide? De Argentijnse worsteling met de herinnering aan de militaire dictatuur van 1976-1983. Tijdschrift Voor Geschiedenis, 124 (4), (pp. 525-541) (17 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Chaos, Mimesis and Dehumanisation in Iraq: American Counterinsurgency in the Global War on Terror. Social Anthropology, 18 (2), (pp. 138-154) (17 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Group Dynamics in Social Reconciliation Processes during Transitional Justice. Transcultural psychiatry, 47 (1), (pp. 50-54) (5 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2009). Anthropology and the Iraq War: An Uncomfortable Engagement. Anthropology Today, 25 (1), (pp. 1-3) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Gleach, F. (2009). Textor Prize in Anticipatory Anthropology: 10th Anniversary. Anthropology News, 50, (pp. 1-22) (22 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2008). Making Trouble with the Police: Alternatives to Riding Along. Journal of Legal Anthropology, 1 (1), (pp. 131-133) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Scheper-Hughes, N. (2008). Whose Violence? Death in America - A California Triptych. Social Anthropology, 16 (1), (pp. 77-89) (13 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2006). Combat Motivation, Fear, and Terror in Twentieth-century Argentinian Warfare. Journal of Contemporary History, 41 (2), (pp. 357-377) (21 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2006). El asalto a la confianza básica: desaparición, protesta y re-entierros en Argentina. Cuadernos de Antropología Social, 24, (pp. 11-49) (39 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2005). Comments on 'Anthropology as a Moral Science of Possibilities´ by Michael Carrithers. Current Anthropology, 46 (3), (pp. 451) (1 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2005). Enemigos y Aliados contra indiferentes e indecidibles: lo siniestro en la guerra sucia Argentina. Anuario de Estudios en Antropología Social, 1, (pp. 145-159) (15 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2005). How Traumatized Societies Remember: The Aftermath of Argentina's Dirty War. Cultural Critique, 59, (pp. 120-164) (45 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2004). The Perils of Truth and Impartiality during War. Revista: Harvard Review of Latin America, 3 (1), (pp. 48-49) (2 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2001). Zorreguieta: méér dan technocraat. Internationale Spectator, 55, (pp. 395-397) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1999). Comments on Professions of Duplexity: A Prehistory of Ethnical Codes in Anthropology by Peter Pels. Current Anthropology, 40 (2), (pp. iii-122) (1 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1996). Ethnographic Seduction, Transference and Resistence in Dialogues about Terror and Violence in Argentina. Ethos, 24 (1), (pp. 71-106) (36 p.).
  Articles - Professional publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2005). Anthropology at War? What Argentina's Dirty War Can Teach Us. Anthropology News, 46 (6), (pp. 5) (1 p.).
  Articles - Popularising publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (25.04.2013). Cultural Trauma, interview with Kirsten Kamphuis. De groene Amsterdammer
Robben, A.C.G.M. (20.04.2013). 'Veldwerk' by Lisa Bontebal. De Volkskrant [online]
  Book parts / chapters - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2017). Death and Anthropology - An Introduction. In A.C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Death, Mourning, and Burial - A Cross-Cultural Reader (pp. 1-16) (16 p.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2017). Massive Violent Death and Contested National Mourning in Post-Authoritarian Chile and Argentina - A Sociocultural Application of the Dual Process Model. In A.C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Death, Mourning, and Burial - A Cross-Cultural Reader (pp. 64-76) (13 p.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2017). State Terror in the Netherworld - Disappearance and Reburial in Argentina. In A.C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Death, Mourning, and Burial - A Cross-Cultural Reader (pp. 217-230) (14 p.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2017). Witness Testimony and the Incommensurability of Truth in Argentina. In Chrisje Brants & Susanne Karstedt (Eds.), Transitional Justice and the Public Sphere - Engagement, Legitimacy and Contestation (pp. 221-240) (20 p.). Oxford: Bloomsbury.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2016). Social Trauma, National Mourning, and Collective Guilt in Post-Authoritarian Argentina. In Vigdis Broch-Due & Bjorn Enge Bertelsen (Eds.), Violent Reverberations - Global Modalities of Trauma (pp. 91-115) (25 p.). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2015). Disappearance and Liminality - Argentina's Mourning of State Terror. In Peter Berger & Justin Kroesen (Eds.), Ultimate Ambiguities - Investigating Death and Liminality (pp. 99-122) (24 p.). New York: Berghahn.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Sluka, Jeffrey (2015). Ethnography. In James Wright (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (pp. 178-183) (6 p.). Oxford: Elsevier.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2015). Exhumations, Territoriality, and Necropolitics in Chile and Argentina. In Francisco Ferrandiz & A.C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Necropolitics - Mass Graves and Exhumations in the Age of Human Rights (pp. 53-75) (23 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2015). Fieldwork. In Robert Segal & Kocku von Stuckrad (Eds.), Vocabulary for the Study of Religion (pp. 22-26) (5 p.). Leiden: Brill.
Ferrandiz, Francisco & Robben, A.C.G.M. (2015). Introduction - The Ethnography of Exhumations. In Francisco Ferrandiz & A.C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Necropolitics - Mass Graves and Exhumations in the Age of Human Rights (pp. 1-38) (38 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2015). Wie zijn de bruggenbouwers? Veldwerk onder Argentijnse militairen. In Henk Driessen (Eds.), Het hart van de wetenschap - Over de waarde van veldwerk (pp. 47-61) (15 p.). Amsterdam: Wereldbibliotheek.
Robben, Ton (2014). Governing the Disappeared-Living and the Disappeared-Dead - The Violent Pursuit of Cultural Sovereignty during Authoritarian Rule in Argentina. In Finn Stepputat (Eds.), Governing the Dead - Sovereignty and the Politics of Dead Bodies (pp. 143-162) (20 p.). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Klep, K.F.M. (2013). Contested National Commemoration in Chile and Argentina: A Comparison of Memory Walls to the Dead and Disappeared of Dictatorial Rule. In C. Kelk, F. Koenraadt & D. Siegel (Eds.), Veelzijdige gedachten: Liber amicorum prof. dr. Chrisje Brants (pp. 417-427) (11 p.). The Hague: Boom Lemma.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2013). The Hostile Gaze: Night Vision and the Immediation of Nocturnal Combat in Vietnam and Iraq. In N.L. Whitehead & S. Finnström (Eds.), Virtual War and Magical Death: Technologies and Imaginaries for Terror and Killing. (pp. 132-151) (20 p.). Durham: Duke University Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). 9/11 en de global war on terror als cultureel trauma. In Eric Vermetten, Rolf J. Kleber & Onno van der Hart (Eds.), Handboek posttraumatische stressstoornissen (pp. 217) (1 p.). Utrecht: De Tijdstroom.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). Beginnings. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Jeffrey A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. 2nd edition (pp. 51-55) (5 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). Fieldwork Identity. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Jeffrey A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. 2nd edition (pp. 85-91) (7 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Sluka, J.A. & Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). Fieldwork in Cultural Anthropology: An Introduction (with Jeffrey A. Sluka). In A.C.G.M. Robben & Jeffrey A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. 2nd edition (pp. 1-47) (47 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). Multi-Sited Fieldwork. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Jeffrey A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. 2nd edition (pp. 367-373) (7 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). Reflexive Ethnography. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Jeffrey A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. 2nd edition (pp. 513-519) (7 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). Sensorial Fieldwork. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Jeffrey A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. 2nd edition (pp. 443-449) (7 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). The Dead of Night: Chaos and Spectacide of Nocturnal Combat in the Iraq War. In Koen Stroeken (Eds.), War, Technology, Anthropology (pp. 34-44) (11 p.). New York: Berghahn.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). The Human Right to Mourning: Social Trauma and Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Argentina. In Ineke Boerefijn, Laura Henderson, Ronald Janse & Robert Weaver (Eds.), Human Rights and Conflict: Essays in Honour of Bas de Gaay Fortman Cambridge, U.K.: Intersentia.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). The Politics of Truth and Emotion among Victims and Perpetrators of Violence. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Jeffrey A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. 2nd edition (pp. 175-190) (16 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). Vom Schmutzigen Krieg zum Völkermord: Argentiniens wechselvolle Erinnerung an eine gewalttätige Vergangenheit. In Ernst Halbmayer & Sylvie Karl (Eds.), Die erinnerte Gewalt: Postkonfliktdynamiken in Latinamerika (pp. 31-56) (26 p.). Bielefeld: transcript verlag.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2011). Cómo recuerdan las sociedades traumatizadas: La secuelas de la Guerra Sucia argentina. In Sergio E Visacovsky (Eds.), Estados críticos: la experiencia social de la calamidad (pp. 323-376) (54 p.). Buenos Aires: Ediciones al Margen.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2011). Neue Kriege. In Fernand Kreff, Eva-Maria Knoll & Andre Gingrich (Eds.), Lexikon der Globalisierung (pp. 296-299) (4 p.). Bielefeld: transcript verlag.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2011). Silence, Denial and Confession about State Terror by the Argentine Military. In Maria Six-Hohenbalken & Nerina Weiss (Eds.), Violence Expressed: An Anthropological Approach (pp. 169-186) (18 p.). Farnham: Ashgate Publishing.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2009). Epilogue: The Imagination of Genocide. In Alexander Laban Hinton & Kevin Lewis O´Neill (Eds.), Genocide: Truth, Memory, and Representation (pp. 317-331) (15 p.). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2008). Burial and Funeral Services. In B.G. Smith (Eds.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History. 4 vols (pp. 15-17) (3 p.). Oxford: Oxford University.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2008). Un trabajo de campo desde la distancia: Las paradojas de una antropología de la guerra al terror. In M. Bullen & C.D. Mintegui (Eds.), Retos teóricos y nuevas prácticas. (pp. 55-87) (33 p.). San Sebastián, Spain: Ankulegi.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2007). Beginnings. In A.C.G.M. Robben & J.A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader (pp. 29-32) (4 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2007). Fieldwork Identity. In A.C.G.M. Robben & J.A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader (pp. 59-63) (5 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Sluka, J.A. (2007). Fieldwork in Cultural Anthropology: An Introduction. In A.C.G.M. Robben & J.A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader (pp. 1-28) (28 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Ferrándiz, F. (2007). Introduction: Peace and Conflict Research in Europe. In A.C.G.M. Robben & F. Ferrándiz (Eds.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Peace and Conflict Research: A View from Europe (pp. 9-28) (20 p.). Bilbao, Spain: University of Deusto.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2007). Mourning and Mistrust in Civil-Military Relations in Post-Dirty War Argentina. In F. Ferrándiz & A.C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Peace and Conflict Research: A View from Europe (pp. 253-270) (18 p.). Bilbao, Spain: University of Deusto.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2007). Multi-Sited Fieldwork. In A.C.G.M. Robben & J.A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader (pp. 331-335) (5 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2007). Reflexive Ethnography. In A.C.G.M. Robben & J.A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader (pp. 443-446) (4 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2007). Sensorial Fieldwork. In A.C.G.M. Robben & J.A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader (pp. 385-388) (4 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2004). De dood in cultureel-antropologische zin. In Jan van den Bout (Eds.), Sterven, uitvaart, rouw. Handboek voor begeleiding rond de dood (pp. 1-14) (14 p.). Maarssen: Elsevier.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2004). Death and Anthropology: An Introduction. In A.C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Death, Mourning, and Burial: A Cross-Cultural Reader (pp. 1-16) (16 p.). Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2004). State Terror in the Netherlands World: Disappearance and Reburial in Argentina. In A.C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Death, Mourning, and Burial: A Cross-Cultural Reader (pp. 134-148) (15 p.). Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2003). 'The Fear of Indifference: Combatants' Anxieties about the Political Identity of Civilians during Argentina' s "Dirty War". In N. Scheper-Hughes & P. Bourgois (Eds.), Violence in War and Peace: An Anthology (pp. 200-206) (7 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2003). The Multicultural Self: Meeting Culture inside Argentina' s Heart of Darkness. In W.E.A. van Beek, W.G. Pansters & M. Fumerton (Eds.), Meeting Culture: Essays in Honour of Arie de Ruijter (pp. 77-89) (13 p.). Maastricht: Shaker Publishing.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2002). El miedo a la indiferencia: los temores de los combatientes sobre la identidad política de los civiles durante la guerra sucia argentina. In K. Koonings & D. Kruijt (Eds.), Las Sociedades del Miedo: El legado de la guerra civil, la violencia y el terror en América Latina. (pp. 141-156) (16 p.). Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Suárez-Orozco, Marcelo M. (2000). Cultural Responses to Collective Trauma. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco (Eds.), Cultures under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma (pp. 155-157) (3 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Suárez-Orozco, Marcelo M. (2000). Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Violence and Trauma. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco (Eds.), Cultures under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma (pp. 1-41) (41 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2000). State Terror in the Netherworld: Disappearance and Reburial in Argentina. In Jeffrey A. Sluka (Eds.), Death Squad: The Anthropology of State Terror (pp. 91-113) (23 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2000). The Assault on Basic Trust: Disappearance, Protest, and Reburial in Argentina. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco (Eds.), Cultures under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma (pp. 70-101) (32 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Suárez-Orozco, Marcelo M. (2000). The Management of Collective Trauma. In A.C.G.M. Robben & Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco (Eds.), Cultures under Siege: Collective Violence and Trauma (pp. 43-47) (5 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1999). The Fear of Indifference: Combatants' Anxieties about the Political Identity of Civilians during Argentina's " Dirty War". In K. Koonings & D. Kruijt (Eds.), Societies of Fear: The Legacy of Civil War, Violence and Terror in Latin America (pp. 125-140) (16 p.). Londen: Zed Books.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1998). Das Unheimliche in tijden van oorlog en conflict (The Uncanny in Times of War and Conflict). In J. Baneke & R. Pierloot (Eds.), Psychoanalyse en antropologie (pp. 57-72) (16 p.). Amsterdam: Thela.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1995). Seduction and Persuasion. In A.C.G.M. Robben & C. Nordstrom (Eds.), Fieldwork under Fire: Contemporary Studies of Violence and Survival. (pp. 81-103) (23 p.). Berkeley: University of California Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Nordstrom, C. (1995). The Anthropology of Violence and Political Conflict. In A.C.G.M. Robben & C. Nordstrom (Eds.), Fieldwork under Fire: Contemporary Studies of Violence and Survival (pp. 1-23) (23 p.). Berkeley: University of California Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1995). Who's Afraid of Post-, Modern, and Ism?. In K. Geuijen, D. Raven & J. de Wolf (Eds.), Post-Modernism and Anthropology: Theory and Practice. (pp. 136-160) (25 p.). Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum.
  Articles in volumes / proceedings - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Ethnographic Imagination at a Distance: An Introduction to the Anthropological Study of the Iraq War. In Antonius C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Iraq at a Distance: What Anthropologists Can Teach Us About the War (pp. 1-23) (23 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Memory Politics among Perpetrators and Bereaved Relatives about Spain's Mass Graves. In Carlos Jerez-Farrán & Samuel Amago (Eds.), Unearthening Franco's Legacy: Mass Graves and the Recovery of Historical Memory in Spain (pp. 264-278) (15 p.). Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Mimesis in a War Among the People: What Argentina's Dirty War Reveals About Counterinsurgency in Iraq. In Antonius C.G.M. Robben (Eds.), Iraq at a Distance: What Anthropologists Can Teach Us About the War (pp. 133-158) (26 p.). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Testimonies, Truths, and Transitions of Justice in Argentina and Chile. In Alexander Laban Hinton (Eds.), Transitional Justice: Global Mechanisms and Local Realities in the Aftermath of Genocide and Mass Violence (pp. 179-205) (27 p.). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2001). Mourning and Mistrust in Civil-Military Relations in Post-Dirty War Argentina. In P. Silva (Eds.), The Soldier and the State in South America: Essays in Civil-Military Relations (pp. 109-126) (18 p.). Houndmills, England, U.K: Palgrave.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2001). Studying Violence: Victims, Perpetrators, and the Ethnographer. In Dwight B. Heath (Eds.), Contemporary Cultures and Societies of Latin America: A Reader in the Social Anthropology of Middle and South America (pp. 384-398) (15 p.). Prospect Heights, IL, U.S.A.: Waveland Press.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Maris, D. (2001). The Netherlands. In Melvin Ember & Carol R. Ember (Eds.), Countries and Their Cultures (pp. 1564-1575) (12 p.). New York, NY, U.S.A.: Macmillan Reference USA.
  Book editorship - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2017). Death, Mourning, and Burial - A Cross-Cultural Reader. (351 p.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Sluka, J.A. (2012). Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. 2nd edition. (654 p.). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Sluka, J.A. (2007). Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. (632 p.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Ferrándiz, F. (2007). Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Peace and Conflict Research: A view from Europe. (279 p.). Bilbao, Spain: University of Deusto.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2004). Death Mourning and Burial: A Cross-Cultural Reader. (336 p.). Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers.
Robben, A.C.G.M. & Nordstrom, C. (1995). Fieldwork under Fire: Contemporary Studies of Violence and Survival. (306 p.). Berkeley: University of California Press, Cloth and pb..
  Book editorship - Professional publications
Mommersteeg, G.L.A.M. & Robben, A.C.G.M. (2006). Een handvol kolanoten. Antropologische opstellen aangeboden aan Wouter van Beek. (234 p.). Maastricht: Shaker Publishing.
  Book reviews - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2005). boekbespreking. American Anthropologist, 103.
  Book reviews - Professional publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2012). Boekbespreking Au! Er tikt een tijdbom in het Surinaamse oerwoud. Oso, Tijdschrift voor Surinaamse Taalkunde, Letterkunde, Cultuur en Geschiedenis, 31, (pp. 130-132) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2006). Boekbespreking. Ethos, 34, (pp. 3-4) (2 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2006). Boekbespreking. American Anthropologist, 108, (pp. 398-400) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2004). Bookreview Annihilating Difference: The Anthropology of Genocide. American Anthropologist, 102, (pp. 398-400) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2001). Bookreview The Heart is Unknown Country: Love in the Changing Economy of Northeast Brazil. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 7, (pp. 171-172) (2 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1999). boekbespreking: 'Arguing Sainthood'. Anthropological Quarterly, 72, (pp. 95-96) (2 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1998). Bookreview Argentina, the United States, and the Anti-Communist Crusage in Central America, 1977-1984. Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe/European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 65, (pp. 126-129) (4 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1998). Bookreview Op blote voeten door het huis: Een studie naar laagbouw in hoge dichtheid en woonwensen van migranten in de Bijlmermeer. Oso, Tijdschrift voor Surinaamse Taalkunde, Letterkunde, Cultuur en Geschiedenis, 17, (pp. 97-99) (3 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1996). Bookreview Anthropology and Psychoanalysis: An Encounter through Culture. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2, (pp. 368-369) (2 p.).
Robben, A.C.G.M. (1996). Bookreview Enigma Variations. Oso, Tijdschrift voor Surinaamse Taalkunde, Letterkunde, Cultuur en Geschiedenis, 15, (pp. 100-102) (3 p.).
  Reports - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2006). Self-Evaluation Report of Research. Research Assessement 200-2005 by External Evaluation Commission, Political Conflict, Cultural Trauma and Social Reconstruction.
  Reports - Professional publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2005). Zelfevaluatierapport Opleiding Culturele Antropologie en Sociologie der Niet-Westerse Samenlevingen. (117 p.). onbekend: CERES (UU FSS).
  Lectures - Other output
Robben, A.C.G.M. (23.02.2009). Obama´s policy on Iraq and Afghanistan. Presentation at the panel Obama knocks on our door.
  Other output - Other output
Robben, A.C.G.M. (19.03.2013). Zorreguieta, een klassiek geval van klassenjustitie?. debate with Arnold Kaskens, Jan van der Putten, Göran Sluiter end Liesbeth Zegveld about the legal, disappearances at the Ministry of Agriculture during the Videla-regime.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (08.09.2010). Invited guest. Expert Meeting Human Rights, Cities, and Utrecht.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Las políticas de la memoria en la España contemporánea: Análisis del impacto de las exhumaciones de la Guerra Civil en los primeros años del siglo veintiuno (The Politics of Memory in Comtemporary Spain: An Analysis of the Impact of the Exhumations of the Civil War during the First Years of the 21st Century). Research grant funded by the Ministerio de Ciencia y Innovación.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (23.01.2010). Radio interview. Report about the extradiction request by a Nuremberg court against Videla for the assassination of Thomas Stawowiok.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (2010). Sustainable Peace Building. European Union, Research Directorate-General, 7th Framework Programme (FP7). Grant awarded together with seven European sister universities..
  Conference - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (05.12.2014) Participant Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association (19.01.2008) Human Rights Roundtable Discussion
Robben, A.C.G.M. (24.10.2014) Participant Truth Telling and Truth Seeking in Contexts of Impunity London (23.10.2014 - 24.10.2014) A Critical Reflection on the Study of Violence in Contexts of Impunity
Robben, A.C.G.M. (15.06.2010) Participant Ciclo de conferencias: Rastros y rostros de la violencia (15.01.2010) Title: Memoria, duelo y exhumaciones en Argentina y Chile.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (29.10.2010) Participant Conference Death and Liminality: Concepts, Rituals and Iconography (29.01.2010) Title: Disappearance and Biliminality: Argentina's Mourning of State Terror
Robben, A.C.G.M. (09.09.2010) Participant Conference Human Rights and Conflict (09.01.2010) Title: The Human Right to Mourning: Social Trauma and Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Argentina
Robben, A.C.G.M. (25.09.2010) Participant Conference Omgaan met pijnlijke episodes in het nationale verleden (Wrestling with Painful Episodes in the National Past) (25.01.2010) Title: Vuile oorlog, staatsterreur of genocide? De morele worsteling van Argentinië met de militaire dictatuur van 1976-1983 (Dirty War, State Terrorism or Genocide? Argentina's Moral Struggle with the 1976-83 Military Dictatorship)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (16.06.2010) Participant Consejo superior de investigaciones científicas (CSIC) Madrid, Spain (16.01.2010) Title: Memory, Mourning and Exhumations in Chile and Argentina
Robben, A.C.G.M. (02.10.2010) Participant Fünften Treffen deutschsprachiger Sudamerika- und Karibikforscherinnen (5th Meeting) (02.01.2010) Title: From Dirty War to Genocide: Argentina's Changing Memory of Past Violence
Robben, A.C.G.M. (18.03.2010) Participant Instituto de Desarrollo Económico y Sicial (IDES) (18.01.2010) Title: La mirada hostíl: Visión nocturna, inmediación y cultura visual de combate en Vietnam y Irak.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (20.11.2010) Participant Panel Ciculating Through Us All. 109th Annual Meeting (20.01.2010) Title: Genocide and Trauma in Argentina
Robben, A.C.G.M. (19.11.2010) Participant Panel Transitional Justice: Global Circulations and Local Realities after Genocide and Mass Violence. 109th Annual Meeting (19.01.2010) Title: Testimonies, Truth Commissions and Memory Parks in Argentina and Chile
Robben, A.C.G.M. (15.09.2010) Participant Panelist, expert meeting (15.01.2010) Title: Memory, Truth, and Justice
Robben, A.C.G.M. (23.04.2009) Participant Annual Austrian Anthropology Meetings (23.01.2009) Title: Societal Mourning, Reparation, and Justice in Chile and Argentina. Keynote address, Tage der Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie
Robben, A.C.G.M. (04.12.2009) Participant Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (04.01.2009) Title: Chaos and the Techno-Imaginary of Combat
Robben, A.C.G.M. (22.04.2009) Participant Anthropological Macrocomparison of Counterinsurgencies in Argentina and Iraq (22.01.2009) Title: Anthropological Macrocomparison of Counterinsurgencies in Argentina and Iraq
Robben, A.C.G.M. (23.04.2009) Participant Central European University (23.01.2009) Title: Ethnographic Imagination at a Distance: An Anthropological Study of the Iraq War
Robben, A.C.G.M. (04.03.2009) Participant Department of Social Anthropology, University of Oslo (04.01.2009) Title: Mourning, Reparation, and Justice in the Southern Cone
Robben, A.C.G.M. (19.11.2008) Organiser Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association (19.01.2008) Title: Critical Ethnographic Perspectives on the War in Iraq. Invited Session
Robben, A.C.G.M. (18.04.2008) Participant Children between Biology and Cultural History symposium (18.01.2008) Title: Wordt de ontwikkeling van kinderen geschaad wanneer moeders niet met hen spelen? (Is the development of children damaged when mothers do not play with them?)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (27.11.2008) Participant Discussant, WDO Symposium 1928-2008: Anthropology and Controversy (27.01.2008) Title: In Search of a Good-Enough Engaged Anthropology of Violence: A 25 Year Ethnographic Retrospective by Philippe Bourgois
Robben, A.C.G.M. (23.11.2008) Participant Fieldwork from Afar: Facing the Paradoxes of Anthropological Research on the Global War on Terror (23.01.2008) Title: Fieldwork from Afar: Facing the Paradoxes of Anthropological Research on the Global War on Terror
Robben, A.C.G.M. (29.05.2008) Organiser Workshop at the symposium Trauma and Resilience (29.01.2008) Title: Resilience in a Traumatized Society
Robben, A.C.G.M. (27.06.2007) Organiser CERES Summer School Nijmegen, Netherlands (02.07.2009) Title: From the Cradle tot the Grave: Identity, Violence, Exclusion and Memory Politics in the 21st Century
Robben, A.C.G.M. (09.09.2007) Participant Conference Anthropology, Now and Next: Diversity, Connections, Confrontations, Reflexivity. 3rd Stockholm Anthropology Roundtable, in honour of Prof. Ulf Hannerz (09.01.2007) Title: Invited participant
Robben, A.C.G.M. (05.10.2007) Participant Conference Contemporary Conflict in Anthropological Respective. Annual Meetings of PACSA (Peace and Conflict Studies in Anthropology) (05.01.2007) Title: Ethnographic Imagination during the Global War on Terror
Robben, A.C.G.M. (02.07.2002) Organiser Panel at the CEISAL Third European Congress of Latin Americanists (02.01.2002) Title: Conflicting Constructions of National Memory in Argentina and Columbia
Robben, A.C.G.M. (23.05.2002) Organiser Shifting Cityscapes: urban transformation and social reconstruction in Brazil Utrecht (23.05.2002 - 24.05.2002) Title: Shifting Cityscapes: Urban Transformation and Social Reconstruction in Brazil
Robben, A.C.G.M. (07.04.2000) Organiser Workshop CERES-onderzoeksschool (07.01.2000) Title: Self, Identity, and the Other
  Workshop, seminar, course - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (12.02.2015) Participant Brown-bag seminar Utrecht (12.02.2015) Sociaal-cultureel trauma en angstpolitiek: van Verdun tot Charlie Hebdo
Robben, A.C.G.M. (19.11.2014) Participant Inspraak Draait Door Utrecht (19.11.2014) Jihadstrijders
Robben, A.C.G.M. (17.12.2010) Participant International Workshop 'Governing the Dead' (17.01.2010) Title: Governing and Mourning the Disappeared-Dead in Argentina
Robben, A.C.G.M. (23.04.2009) Participant Reconciliation and Memory (23.01.2009) Title: Traumatic Memory and Resistence to Reparation in Argentina
Robben, A.C.G.M. (30.10.2009) Participant Restorative versus Retributive Justice during Transitional Democracy in Chile and Argentina (30.01.2009) Title: Restorative versus Retributive Justice during Transitional Democracy in Chile and Argentina
Robben, A.C.G.M. (24.04.2008) Participant Workshop at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering (24.01.2008) Title: Buenos Aires: City of Design
Robben, A.C.G.M. (13.05.2005) Participant Workshop: Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain (13.01.2005) Title: The Anthropology of Political Violence, Cultural Trauma, and Social Memory
  Invited talk - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (15.05.2014) Invited speaker Approaching Perpetrators: Ethnographic Insights on Ethics, Methodology, and Theory Vancvouver (14.05.2014 - 16.05.2014)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (08.05.2014) Invited speaker Conference Engagement, Legitimacy, Contestation: Transitional Justice and Its Public Spheres Onati (08.05.2014 - 09.05.2014)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (12.06.2014) Invited speaker Vertellingen uit het veld Utrecht (12.06.2014) De Kwakiutl: van Boas tot Nu
Robben, A.C.G.M. (24.11.2014) Invited speaker Resolving Conflict in Periods of Transition: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Inclusion and Top Down and Bottom Up Approaches Utrecht (24.11.2014)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (26.02.2014) Invited speaker Truth Commissions Utrecht (26.02.2014)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (10.10.2013) Invited speaker Conference in commemoration of Peace of Utrecht. Conflict and Human Rights focal cluster Utrecht, Utrecht University (10.01.2013) Chair afternoon session, Human Rights and Climate Change.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (21.11.2013) Invited speaker session by American Ethnological Society. 112th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association Chicago, USA (21.01.2013) Switchboard Perpetrators or How to Scale Factional Divisions in Conflict Situations
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2013) Invited speaker interview with Stephen Robb BBC News website (06.01.2013) The seven days of national mourning after the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez
Robben, A.C.G.M. (17.06.2013) Invited speaker International Conference Memory With(out) Borders. Network in Transnational Memory Studies. Utrecht, the Netherlands (17.01.2013) Transnational Holocaust Memory and the Politics of Accountability in Argentina.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (28.06.2013) Invited speaker Workshop Re-Assessing Trauma and Violence: Re-Framing the Bodily; the Spoken and the Self. Poverty Research Group, Dept. of Social Anthropology Bergen, Norway (28.01.2013)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (06.07.2012) Invited speaker Workshop Emotions, Violence and Memory. Languages of Emotion research cluster, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany (06.01.2012) Affective Politics, Conflicting Narratives, and Gender Ideology among Officers, Guerillas, and Searching Mothers in Post-Authoritarian Argentina
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2009) Invited speaker Radio Nederland Wereld Omroep (24.01.2009) Dutch-Argentine Transavia pilot arrested for his participation in Navy death flights during the Argentine dictatorship
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2007) Invited speaker Radio 1 (31.01.2007) Report about Eva Duarte de Perón
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2007) Invited speaker Radio 1 (31.01.2007) Report about the arrest of María Estela Martínez de Perón
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2007) Invited speaker Radio Nederland Wereld Omroep (10.01.2007) Von Wernich, priest given a life sentence for his role in Argentina's dirty war
Robben, A.C.G.M. (05.02.2005) Invited speaker Conference Culture and Combat Motivation. Cambridge, United Kingdom (05.01.2005) Combat Motivation, Fear, and Terror in Twentieth Century Argentinian Warfare
Robben, A.C.G.M. (30.08.2005) Invited speaker Conference The Anthropology of Human Security Amsterdam, VU (30.01.2005) Discussant
Robben, A.C.G.M. (03.12.2005) Invited speaker Annual Meeting, Meetings of the American Anthropological Association Washington DC (03.01.2005) Invited panel: Remembering Violent Pasts: Genocide, Truth, and the Politics of Representation
Robben, A.C.G.M. (30.04.2004) Invited speaker Medical Anthropology and Cultural Psychiatry Research Seminar. Depts. of Anthropology and Social Medicine. Harvard University Cambridge, MA, USA (30.01.2004) How Traumatized Societies Remember
Robben, A.C.G.M. (03.07.2002) Invited speaker Third European Conference of Latinamericanists Cruzando Fronteras en América Latina Amsterdam (03.01.2002) Argentine Dissonance: The Polyphonic Social Memory of the Dirty War
Robben, A.C.G.M. (20.11.2002) Invited speaker Mass Graves, Civil Wars, Modern catastrophies: Anthropologists and the Dead in (Un)Imaginable Contexts upon invitation by AAA Executive Program Comm. Annual Meetings American Anthropological Ass. New Orleans (20.01.2002)
  Invited talk - Popularising publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (25.11.2013) Invited speaker Institute for Advanced Study, University of Minnesota (Mineapolis-St. Paul, USA) (25.01.2013) An Argentine Genocide? Individual Accountability and Collective Guilt during the 1976-83 Dictatorschip.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (16.05.2013) Invited speaker European University Institute (Fiesole, Italy) (16.01.2013) Finding Switch Board Operators or How to Scale Factional Divisions in Conflict Situations
Robben, A.C.G.M. (18.04.2013) Invited speaker Symposium Memory, Truth, and Justice in Argentina. KNAW and the Hendrik Muller Vaderlandsch Fonds in collaboration with the VU University, Dept. of Criminal Law and Criminology (Amsterdam, KNAW/Trippenhuis) (18.01.2013) Memory, Truth and Justice in Argentina: An Introduction
Robben, A.C.G.M. (08.03.2013) Invited speaker SGS Ouderdag (Utrecht, Utrecht University) (08.01.2013) Oorlogsvoering en zwermgedrag: een antropologische analyse van de Irakoorlog
Robben, A.C.G.M. (15.11.2013) Invited speaker Dept. pf Anthropology, Radboud University (Nijmegen) (15.01.2013) Wie zijn de brugwachters? De hachelijke zoektocht naar vertrouwenspersonen tijdens een gewelddadige factiestrijd onder Argentijnse militairen
Robben, A.C.G.M. (19.04.2012) Invited speaker Symposium PTSS: op zoek naar maatwerk (PTSD: In Search for Custom-Made Treatment) (Ede, De Reehorst) (19.01.2012) Collectief en cultureel trauma: globale perspectieven op de verwerking van massaal geweld (Collective and Cultural Trauma: the Mourning of Massive violence)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (29.06.2012) Invited speaker Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) (Madrid, Spain) (29.01.2012) Exhumations, Territoriality, and Necropolitics in Chile and Argentina
Robben, A.C.G.M. (03.04.2012) Invited speaker School of Social Sciences Honor's Program (Utrecht, Utrecht University, the Netherlands) (03.01.2012) Kroniek van een aangekondigde dood van Gabriel García Marquez
Robben, A.C.G.M. (02.03.2012) Invited speaker SGS (Studentengroep Sociale Wetenschappen) Ouderdag (Utrecht, Utrecht University, the Netherlands) (02.01.2012) Nationale herinnering en cultureel trauma van Verdun tot 11 september: een antropologische analyse
Robben, A.C.G.M. (29.02.2012) Invited speaker Law School (Utrecht, Utrecht University, the Netherlands) (29.01.2012) Truth Commissions in South America
Robben, A.C.G.M. (25.11.2004) Invited speaker Confrontaties met de dood. Honours Programme. Radboud University (Nijmegen) (25.01.2004) Gewelddadige confrontaties met de dood
Robben, A.C.G.M. (31.05.2002) Invited speaker Ceres Research School (Amsterdam) (31.01.2002) Discussant. Multiple Identifications and the Self workshop
Robben, A.C.G.M. (16.05.2002) Invited speaker Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones (C.E.I.), Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (Bernal, Argentina) (16.01.2002) Lo Siniestro en Tiempos de Guerra y Conflicto (The Uncanny in Times of War and Conflict)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (17.05.2002) Invited speaker Instituto de Desarrollo Económico y Social (IDES) (Buenos Aires) (17.01.2002) Lo Siniestro en Tiempos de Guerra y Conflicto (The Uncanny in Times of War and Conflict)
Robben, A.C.G.M. (22.11.2001) Invited speaker Kezingencyclus 'Het Land van Máxima: Argentinië in de Twintigste Eeuw (Leiden) (22.01.2001) De Argentijnse worsteling met een gewelddadig verleden
Robben, A.C.G.M. (10.05.2000) Invited speaker Lezing. Instituto de Desarrollo Economico y Social (IDES) (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (10.01.2000) How Traumatized Societies Remember
  Membership of committee - Scholarly publications
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2009) Member Research fellowship NWO/MaGW Open Competition (400-08-195) (Event) War and Reconciliation in Central Mozambique: An Athnography on Cultural Understandings of Political Violence among Victims and Perpetrators.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2005) Member External unknown (External organisation) Member, search committee, Religious Studies Chair
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2005) Member External unknown (External organisation) Member, search committee, General Anthropology Chair.
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2005) Member Stichting KTP (External organisation) Member, Curatorium for Chair on Psychotraumatology
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2005) Member Utrecht University (External organisation) Mentor and Coach, equal opportunity and career advancement pilot
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.2005) Member Utrecht University, the Netherlands (Event) Member, Curatorium for Chair on Psychotraumatology
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.1999) Member MacMillan/Scribners (Event) Member advisory board
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.1995) Member series The Ethnography of Political Violence (Event) Member, advisory board
Robben, A.C.G.M. (01.01.1995) Member series The Ethnography of Political Violence (External organisation) Member, advisory board
  Prize (including medals and awards) - Other output
Robben, A.C.G.M. 01.01.2010 Recipient Teacher of the Year 200-2010 Award
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