Publications

Publications

Tarchi, A. (2021). A ‘catastrophic consequence’: Fascism’s debate on the legal status of Libyans and the issue of mixed marriages (1938–1939). Postcolonial Studies. Available here.

Hutten, W., & Mustafa, N. (2021). Onderken ook de rol van institutioneel racisme in het migratierecht. Nederlands Juristenblad, 2021(25), 2041-2046.

Tarchi, A. (2021). Mabruchismo: concubinage and colonial power in Italian Libya (1911–1932). Modern Italy, 1-16. Available here.

Zambelli, E. (2020). Racialized Affectivities of (Un)Belonging: Mixed (Race) Couples in the Shadow of Brexit. Genealogy [Special issue of Transnational Families: Europe and the World], 4(3), 83. doi: 10.3390/genealogy4030083 Available here.

Franco, R. (2020, July 24). Dit is er mis met het seksualiseren van zwarte mannen. OneWorld Magazine. Available here.

Mustafa, N., & Westerduin, M. (2020). Exploring New Vocabularies in Conversations About Religion, Race, Politics, and Justice. In C.A.M. van den Berg, L. Schrijvers, J. Wiering, & A.J.A.C.M. Korte (Eds.), Transforming Bodies and Religion: Powers and Agencies in Contemporary Europa. London: Routledge.

Mustafa, N., & Topolski, A. (2020). Race in relation to law and politics. In C.D.J. Bulten, C.F. Perquin-Deelen, M.H.C. Sinninghe Damsté, & K.J. Bakker (Eds.), Diversiteit. Een multidisciplinaire terreinverkenning (Diversity Bundle, Serie vanwege het Van der Heijden Instituut). Deventer: Wolters Kluwer.

De Hart, B., & Jones, G. (2020). (Not) Measuring Mixedness in the Netherlands. In Z. L. Rocha, & P. J. Aspinall (Eds.), The Palgrave International Handbook of Mixed Racial and Ethnic Classification (pp. 367-387). Palgrave MacMillan.

De Hart, B. (2019). Enkele terloopse opmerkingen over ras, gemengdheid en recht door drie Nederlandse juristen. Nederlands Juristenblad, 2019(37), 2804-2810. [2019/2268]. Available here.

De Hart, B. (2019). Some Cursory Remarks on Race, Mixture and Law by Three Dutch Jurists. [Inaugural lecture, delivered on 20 September 2019]. Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Available here.

Franco, R. (2019, September 16). Ook niet-westerse vrouwen hebben last van straatintimidatie. Brief in NRC HandelsbladAvailable here.

Franco, R., & Mustafa, N. (2019). Invalidating the Archive: Interpreting Silences and Inconsistencies. Sentio Journal1(1), 42-48. Available here.

De Hart, B. (2019). Regulating Dutch–Chinese marriages and relationships in the Netherlands (1920–1945). The History of the Family24(3), 539-559. doi: 10.1080/1081602X.2019.1633678 Available here.

Van den Brandt, H. P., Schrijvers, L. L., Miri, A., & Mustafa, N. (2018). White Innocence: Reflections on Public Debates and Political-Analytical Challenges. An Interview with Gloria Wekker. Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies, 5(1), 67-82. doi: 10.11116/digest.5.1.4  Available here.

 

Draft papers and presentations at conferences

Betty de Hart:

Leiden University History Department MA course, 21 November 2017, Leiden

Guest lecture: ”Whiteness in American law.”

Conference European Social Science History Conference, 4 April 2018, Belfast

Presentation: ”Chinese Exclusion in Europe? Regulating Dutch-Chinese Marriages in the 1930s and 1940s.”

Conference Entanglements of Race Religion and Secularism, 22-23 October 2018, University of Amsterdam & Radboud University Nijmegen

Presentation: ”Exploring the Legal Archive on Race and Mixture.”

Seminar Race and ethnicity in the EU: between law and the social sciences, 3 December 2018, VU University Amsterdam

Seminar organized by Betty de Hart, Karin de Vries and Halleh Ghorashi.

Presentation of a book chapter, University of Québec, 27-28 June 2019

Presentation: ”The Odd Couple: Gender, Securitization, Europeanization and Marriages of Convenience in Dutch Family Migration Policies (1930-2020).”

Conference European Conference on Politics and Gender, 4 July 2019, Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Exploring the legal archive on mixed intimacies, nothing but trouble?”

Inaugural lecture, 20 September 2019, VU University Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Some Cursory Remarks on Race, Mixture and Law by Three Dutch Jurists.”

Conference Law and Uncertainty VSR, 16 January 2020, Nijmegen

Presentation with Rébecca Franco: ”Racialization of sexual violence.”

Bergen seminar, 4-5 June 2020 (online)

Presentation: ”‘Mixed’ Couples and the Troubles of Anti-Discrimination Law.”

Rébecca Franco:

Bergen seminar, 25 October 2018, Bergen aan Zee

Presentation: ”Hygiene and racialization of Sub Saharan migrants in 1960s Paris.”

Bergen seminar, 7 June 2019, Bergen aan Zee

Presentation: ”Paid sex and interracialized intimacies.”

Conference European Conference on Politics and Gender, 4 July 2019, Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Regulation of paid sex in the context of the problematization of North African immigration in Marseille in the 1970s.”

Conference Borders, Affects, Biopolitics, 22 August 2019, Copenhagen

Presentation: ”Affecting housing: anxieties about inter-racialized intimacies in housing postcolonial immigrants in France.”

Conference Concurrences and Connections: From Colonial Mobilities to Postcolonial Borders (PhD Summer School), 26-29 August 2019, Växjö

Presentation: ”Affecting housing.”

Conference Law and Uncertainty VSR, 16 January 2020, Nijmegen

Presentation with Betty de Hart: ”Racialization of sexual violence.”

ARC-GS Gender & Sexuality PhD club, 13 May 2020 (online)

Presentation: ”Transgressive Sexuality: Interracialisation and North African Migrants.”

Bergen seminar, 4-5 June 2020 (online)

Presentation: ”Mixed Couples vis-a-vis the Catholic Church.”

Guno Jones:

Conference European Conference on Politics and Gender, 4 July 2019, Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Dutch Intimate Economies in Colony and Metropole and their afterlives. Politics of Intimacy and the Contradictions of Liberal European Imperialism.”

Guest lecture The Personal is Political: Biography, Gender and Diversity, 8 November 2019, VU University Amsterdam

Presentation: ”The shadows of Citizenship: some reflections on the (afterlives of) colonialism and modern Citizenship.”

Leiden Interdisciplinary Migration Seminar (LIMS), 26 November 2019, Leiden University

Lecture: ”Political Economies of Intimacy in Colony and Metropole and their European Afterlives.”

Bergen seminar, 4-5 June 2020 (online)

Presentation: ”Revealing the Coloniality of the Modern (productive) Subject. Some thoughts on Neoliberal Capitalism, the Nation-State and the Family during the Covid-19 pandemic.”

Nawal Mustafa:

The Netherlands School for Advanced Studies in Theology and Religion (NOSTER), 7-8 December 2017, Nijmegen

The Grand Course 2017: ”Masking the Race-Religion Constellation in Europe and the US’. Critical race theory and race/(de)coloniality in Academia.” (course creator & teacher)

Panel Moving Together: Activism, Art and education with Prof. Angela Davis, 13 May 2018, Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Activism and Race in the Netherlands.”

Guest lecture, Honours Programme on Racism, 15 October 2018, Radboud University

Presentation: ”Race, Racism and Islamophobia in the Netherlands.”

Bergen seminar, 25 October 2018, Bergen aan Zee

Presentation: ”Law and Race.”

Guest lecture, Minor Gender and Sexuality at the University of Amsterdam, 21 February 2019

Presentation: ”Intersectionality as a practice and research tool.”

Conference European Conference on Politics and Gender, 4 July 2019, Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Law as Transcend: Tracing the Entanglement of Race and Law.”

Conference Affects. Borders. Biopolitics, 23 August 2019, Copenhagen

Presentation: ”Hypervisibility as a Mode of Silencing.”

Conference Reframing Empire: Imperialism, Anti-Imperialism and Their Legacies in Public History, 17 December 2019, Queen’s University Belfast

Presentation: ”Hypervisibility as a Mode of Silencing.”

ARC-GS Gender & Sexuality PhD club, 13 May 2020 (online)

Presentation: ”Media Representation of Interracialized Relationships.”

Bergen seminar, 4-5 June 2020 (online)

Presentation: ”Regulation of Mixed Relationships and the Anglican Church.”

Andrea Tarchi:

Conference Citizens and Subjects, 20-21 June 2019, Naples

Presentation: ”Mixture’ in Colonial Benghazi: Forging Racial Boundaries Through Public Morality.”

Conference European Conference on Politics and Gender, 4-6 July 2019, Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Italian Women and Public Morality in Fascist Benghazi.”

Conference, Affects. Borders. Biopolitics, 21-23 August 2019, Copenhagen

Presentation: ”Between Annexation and Segregation: Racialized ‘Mixture’ and the Juridical Status of Libyans during the Fascist Colonial Rule.”

Bergen seminar, 4-5 June 2020 (online)

Presentation: ”Colonized People in the Metropole: The Case of Fascist Italy.”

Elena Zambelli:

Conference European Conference on Politics and Gender, 4 July 2019, Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Navigating the Cacophony within: ‘Mixed Couples’ Racialised Intimacies in Contemporary Europe.”

Conference Affects. Borders. Biopolitics, 23 August 2019, Copenhagen

Presentation: “Made Special, Longing to Be Ordinary:  Unpacking the Affectivities of the ‘Interracial’ and ‘Mixed Couple’ Labels.”

Conference Racial Orders, Racist Borders, 19 October 2019, Amsterdam

Presentation: ”Perceptions of the Law in People’s Everyday Experiences of Racisms: A Protection Paradox?”

Bergen seminar, 4-5 June 2020 (online)

Presentation: ”Knowing and Proving: Epistemological Clashes In Using The Law To Tackle Racial Discrimination.”