Vossius Center for History of Humanities and Sciences

Prof. A.A. (Amade) M'charek


  • Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Programme group: Anthropology of Health, Care and the Body
  • Visiting address
    REC BC
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  Amsterdam
    Room number: C5.17
  • Postal address:
    Postbus  15509
    1001 NA  Amsterdam
  • A.A.Mcharek@uva.nl
    T: 0654224486

Amade M’charek is Professor Anthropology of Science at the department of Anthropology of the University of Amsterdam. Her research interests are in forensics, forensic anthropology and race. She is the PI of the project Dutchness in Genes and Genealogy, a project examining how Dutchness is enacted in collaborations between population geneticists, archaeologists and genealogists. M’charek is also the PI of the project Sexuality & Diversity in the Making. She is the founding chair of the European Network for the Social Studies of Forensics (EUnetSSF) and the convenor of the seminar series  Ir/relevance of Race in Science and Society. Her most recent research is on face making and race making in forensic identification, for which she received a five-year ERC consolidator grant in December 2013.

 

Keywords: race; genetic diversity; forensics; physical anthropology; biomedical practice; anthropology of science; postcolonial science studies; science and technology studies; material semiotics

Main Research Interests (for full information, go to: www.amcharek.eu):

Race

  • Race and forensic identification
  • Race and genetics
  • Race and physical anthropology
  • Race and archeology 

 Diversity

  • Genetic diversity and population genetic
  • Diversity in biomedical practice (Diabetes, Sickle cell disease)
  • Diversity, sexuality and gender

Technology

  • Technologies and genetics
  • Technologies and forensic identification
  • Medical technologies
  • Every day medical technologies

Theory and Method

  • Ethnography
  • Anthropology of science and technology
  • Material semiotics
  • Science and technology studies
  • Postcolonial science studies

 

PhD supervision

Ongoing             

Martine de Rooij: “Ethnographies of the contemporary: doing time and space with archaeogenetics” 

Willemijn Krebbexk: FWOS project on “Sexualities and Diversities in the Making”

Iris Berends: “Risk Assessment and Neurosciences in the Pre-trial Report Setting  for Juveniles"

Eline van Haastrecht: “Engaging Biodiversity. Governing Science and Nature in Marine Protected Areas”

Maria Elena Planas: “Positioning Ethnicity/”Race”: Discrimination, Identity and Psychological Distress in Lima, Peru”

Francisca Gromme: “Governing Surveillance Technology” 

Completed

Tjerk-Jan Schuitmaker: “Hampering of Success of New Care Practices: Unraveling Persistent Problems in the Dutch Health Care System" (2013; At present, Postdoc fellow, VU University Amsterdam)

Victor Toom: “A DNA Profile’s Capacity of Rights: On the Interference between Science and the Law in Forensic DNA Practice in the Netherlands" (2010; At present, Fellow, Northumbria University Centre for Forensic Science (NUCFS)

Maria Fernanda Olarte Sierra: “Achieving the Desirable Nation: Abortion and Parental Tests in Colombia: the case of Amniocentesis” (2010; At present, Assistant professor, Universidad Los Andes, Colombia)  

 

Externally Funded Research Projects

2014. European Research Council Consolidator Grant:

"Race Matter: On the Absent Presence of Race in Forensic Identification" (RaceFaceID)

In many European countries race is a taboo subject. Due to colonialism and WWII, studying race is delegated to the realm of ‘bad science’ or declared irrelevant all together. Yet, current biomedicine and forensic practices are co-shaped by techniques that depend on and explore differences between human populations. In the process, these techniques reintroduce and shape race in both science and society. But this is not done upfront. In Europe race has become an absent presence, an object that pops up, e.g. in discourse, to then hide in seemingly unproblematic techniques, e.g in genetic markers. The proposed research seeks to open up for study this double move, in which ‘race’ gets configured but not discussed.

This is an ethnographic study of race in forensic identification, focusing on practices of giving face to unknown individuals. Although the face is generally viewed as the ultimate individual identifier, in practice individuality cannot be achieved without situating an individual in a population (M’charek 2000). Studying race in forensic practice today is highly relevant, since forensics constitutes one of the major domains where science and society interact.

The chief objective of our research is to explore how a) technologies of identification rely on and reiterate racial ways of understanding differences; how b) the version of race enacted in the process changes as knowledge travels across forensic sites; and c) which mechanisms contribute to the absent-presentness of race. We study three different technologies of identifications through in-depth multi-sited ethnographies (Marcus 1995): (1) the frontier science of genetic facial phenotying (e.g. the inference of facial form, hair, skin and iris colour from DNA); (2) the established technologies of craniofacial reconstruction (based on the skull); and (3) facial composite. We therein examine how knowledge travels from forensic laboratories to courtrooms, also from the forensic laboratories to so-called Research and Development sites.

2013. Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Sexualiteit Research Project:

"Sexualities and Diversities in the Making" 

Adolescent sexuality is mostly discussed and researched in relation to risks and dangers- as defined from an adult point of view. This does not yield information about the daily practices, pleasures and problems with regard to sexuality that adolescents experience themselves. Moreover, in societal discussions sexual development, gender equality and adolescents’ attitude towards homosexuality are often seen as problematic, in particular in relation to multicultural diversity. Earlier, mostly quantitative research, reproduces existing stereotypes by defining categories of diversity beforehand, instead of attending to the dynamics of identities.

This pioneering qualitative research project investigates how young people in the Netherlands from different backgrounds enact their sexuality and the way this is affected by and has an effect on the differences and similarities they produce among themselves. It examines how different spaces in which adolescents live their lives, in particular school and social media, limit or enable their possibilities to explore, experience, protect, develop or display their sexuality and sexual identity.

This ethnographic study will contribute with novel insight about

(1) the perspective of young people on their sexuality;

(2) the way particular spaces enable or limit the diversity of sexual identities;

(3) the entwinement of sexuality with diversity and other identities.

These insights will be disseminated to professionals and the public using various media.   

2011 - 2013. Center for Society and the Life Sciences Research Project:

"Genes, Brains and Criminality in Context: Assessment of knowledge development in genomics and neurobiology and the transfer thereof into psychiatric forensic practice"

The Dutch Ministry of Justice wants neurobiological and behavioral genetic knowledge, in addition to social scientific and scientific legal knowledge, to be given a place in research, policy and practice. The ultimate goal is to achieve a science-based practice of prevention, investigation and justice in order to reduce serious crime figures and lower recidivism. (Kogel, 2008) In connection with this, the Dutch Institute for Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology (NIFP) is busy assessing the extent to which new neuropsychological, neurobiological and genetic knowledge and techniques are applicable in forensic diagnostics for the judiciary and the TBS-sector. In keeping with this, the forensic psychiatric observation clinic of the Ministry of Justice, the Pieter Baan Centre (PBC) has started a neuropsychological research project for diagnostic purposes and hopes to start additional behavioral genetic research in the near future (Blok 2010).

An important challenge within this context of forensic diagnostics, is the alignment between questions from legal practice and possibilities from science and technology. This involves the search for connections between new genetic and neurobiological knowledge and insights and policy- and practical questions related to accountability, the risk of recidivism and treatment options. The aim is to develop objectifying techniques, for example, to make a distinction between impulsive- and intentional aggressive disorders in suspects as a means to the end of improving the quality of risk-profiles and risk-management. In the first group of disorders people have less control of their own behavior and aggression than in the latter.

A risk-profile should be meaningful for the individual case under survey. Genetic information might then provide an additional component in the appraisal process, to support other findings. But to be able to think through the consequences of this addition to the legal practice, it is important to first have a clear picture of how the current prognostic risk profiles (non-genetically) are performed and what forensic psychiatrists and psychologists, judges, prosecutors, and lawyers do with and value the findings. Subsequently, the following question should be addressed; how and under what conditions might genetic knowledge and insights be used in two important areas of justice, namely prevention and the judicial process?

A first step here is to identify and clarify experiences and expectations of the forensic psychiatrists and psychologists, and, of judges, prosecutors, and lawyers regarding the application and implications of genetic knowledge in these diverse areas of legal practice. The use of knowledge about genes and the brain will have implications for the judicial process. However, there is much uncertainty about how to proceed and what this knowledge might entail. What can be seen as an opportunity to produce risk profiles and analyses with greater certainty, by e.g. forensic investigators and criminal intelligence units (police) may not be viewed in the same way by judges and lawyers. How, then do the different actors involved assess the consequences of using genetic knowledge and insights in terms of opportunities and/or dilemma’s?

 

 

 

Race Matter: On the Absent Presence of Race in Forensic Identification (RaceFaceID)

 

In many European countries race is a taboo subject. Due to colonialism and WWII, studying race is delegated to the realm of ‘bad science’ or declared irrelevant all together. Yet, current biomedicine and forensic practices are co-shaped by techniques that depend on and explore differences between human populations. In the process, these techniques reintroduce and shape race in both science and society. But this is not done upfront. In Europe race has become an absent presence, an object that pops up, e.g. in discourse to then hide in seemingly unproblematic techniques, e.g. in genetic markers. The RaceFaceID research project seeks to open up for study this double move, in which ‘race’ gets configured but not discussed.

 

The RaceFaceID project is an ethnographic study of race in forensic identification, in which the focus is on practices of giving a face to an unknown individual, a suspect or a victim. Although the face is generally viewed as the ultimate individual identifier, in practice individuality cannot be achieved without situating an individual in a population (M’charek 2000). Rather than defining race, we follow the relation between the individual and the population in practice and attend to instances in which this relation is translated, and wherein population comes to stand for race.

 

The chief objective of the RaceFaceID project is to explore a) how technologies of identification rely on and reiterate racial ways of understanding differences; b) how the version of race enacted in the process changes as knowledge travels across forensic sites; and c) which mechanisms contribute to the absent-presentness of race. We study three different technologies of identifications through in-depth multi-sited ethnographies (Marcus 1995): (1) the frontier science of genetic facial phenotying (e.g. the inference of facial form, hair, skin and iris colour from DNA); (2) the established technologies of craniofacial reconstruction (facial reconstruction based on the skull); and (3) the classical facial composite (either based on sketching or computerised photofit). We therein examine how knowledge travels from forensic laboratories to courtrooms, also from the forensic laboratories to so-called Research and Development sites.

Guiding the RaceFaceID project is the overarching question: How is race enacted in forensic practices? A series of sub-questions will address the answer:

a) How do various technologies of identification in- and outside the laboratory enact race?
b) How do versions of race change as they move between practices?
c) What mechanisms work to make race an absent presence?
d) What concepts are apt to theoretically grasp the name- and shape-changing nature of race? 

 

The project aims to develop a theoretical and methodological framework for studying race-in-practice. The framework is aimed at advancing our knowledge about the ways race is enacted through and materializes in technologies. It thus aims at advancing our understanding of the materiality of race in practice, not by reducing race to biology or the body, but by tracing ethnographically how race is configured as specific relations between the biological, the social and the technical.

The project also aims to shed light on how the traffic of knowledge between sites implies that race is translated and made relevant in a variety of ways. To date, studies into racial configurations have concentrated on scientific settings (laboratory or clinic) or on sites where the sciences are marginal. This project will move beyond this by following the trajectory along which knowledge and technology move across diverse sites, in and out of the laboratory. It will detail how versions of race are enacted and the socio-technical relations that need to be in place to do that.

Finally, it aims to advance social science by studying race as an absent presence, an object that tends to hide in seemingly unproblematic categories or in the technologies and routines of science. We will not focus on discourses (indeed the word ‘race’ often remains unspoken) but on practices and meticulously examine how race, even if not articulated, is still enacted and embedded in ways of working and in technologies.

Studying race in forensic practice today is highly relevant, since forensics constitutes one of the major domains where science and society interact.

 

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M'charek, A. (2000). Technologies of population: Forensic DNA testing practices and the making of differences and similarities. Configurations8(1), 121-158.

Marcus, G. E. (1995). Ethnography in/of the world system: the emergence of multi-sited ethnography. Annual review of anthropology, 95-117. 

Courses taught recently

2012 – 2013       

Theory of Ethnographic Practices (Research MA Theory course);

Thesis class course (BA);

Oral exam (BA);

Race and (Physical) Anthropology (BA)

2010 – 2011       

Theory of Ethnographic Practices (Research MA Theory course);

Race and (Physical) Anthropology (BA) 

2009 – 2010       

Theorizing Practices, Practicing Theory (MA core course, Medical Anthropology);

Klassieke Etnografieën, Annex Schrijfpracticum (BA, Anthropology);

Moderne Etnografieën, Annex Schrijfpracticum (BA, Anthropology) 

2008 – 2009       

Governance in Policy Science (MA, Political Sciences Department);

Theorizing Practices, Practicing Theory (MA core course, Medical Anthropology);

Research Protocol (MA, Medical Anthropology)        

2017

  • Krebbekx, W., Spronk, R., & M'charek, A. (2017). Ethnicizing sexuality: An analysis of research practices in the Netherlands. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40(4), 636-655. DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2016.1181771 [details] [PDF]

2016

  • Toom, V., Wienroth, M., M'charek, A., Prainsack, B., Williams, R., Duster, T., ... Murphy, E. (2016). Approaching ethical, legal and social issues of emerging forensic DNA phenotyping (FDP) technologies comprehensively: Reply to ‘Forensic DNA phenotyping: Predicting human appearance from crime scene material for investigative purposes’ by Manfred Kayser. Forensic Science International. Genetics, 22, e1-e4. DOI: 10.1016/j.fsigen.2016.01.010 [details] [PDF]
  • ter Harmsel, J. F., Molendijk, T., van El, C. G., M'Charek, A., Kempes, M., Rinne, T., & Pieters, T. (2016). Rapportages pro Justitia van het Nederlands Instituut voor Forensische Psychiatrie en Psychologie in retrospectief; toepassingen van genetische en neurowetenschappelijke inzichten, in 2000 en 2009. Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie, 58(1), 20-29. [details] [PDF]

2015

  • M'Charek, A., & Keller, G. (2015). Parenthood and kinship in IVF for humans and animals: on traveling bits of life in the age of genetics. In A. M. Smelik, & N. Lykke (Eds.), Bits of life: feminism at the intersections of media, bioscience, and technology. - Hbk. ed. (pp. 61-78). (In vivo). Seattle and London: University of Washington Press. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2015). DNA-onderzoek en racialisering: van individuele verdachte tot verdachte populatie. In M. Davidović, & A. Terlouw (Eds.), Diversiteit en discriminatie: onderzoek naar processen van in- en uitsluiting (pp. 49-66). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2015). De hoopvolle politiek van Conchita Wurst. In A. Meulenbelt, & R. Römkens (Eds.), Het F-boek: feminisme van nu in woord en beeld (pp. 47-51). Houten: Spectrum. [details] [PDF]

2014

  • M'charek, A. (2014). Race, time and folded objects: the HeLa error. Theory, Culture and Society, 31(6), 29-56. DOI: 10.1177/0263276413501704 [details] [PDF]
  • M'charek, A., Schramm, K., & Skinner, D. (2014). Technologies of belonging: the absent presence of race in Europe. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 39(4), 459-467. DOI: 10.1177/0162243914531149 [details]
  • M'charek, A., Schramm, K., & Skinner, D. (2014). Topologies of race: doing territory, population and identity in Europe. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 39(4), 468-487. DOI: 10.1177/0162243913509493 [details]
  • de Rooij, M., Kato, M., M'charek, A., & Plümecke, T. (2014). DNA in the City. GID. Gen-ethischer Informationsdienst, 223, 33-35. [details] [PDF]
  • de Rooij, M., M'charek, A., & van Reekum, R. (2014). Tijdspraktijken: DNA en de on/onderbroken stad. Sociologie, 10(3/4), 319-337. [details] [PDF]
  • van Oorschot, I., M'charek, A., Harambam, J., & Benschop, R. (2014). Inleiding: Monsters in de sociologie. De wondere wereld van ANT. Sociologie, 10(3/4), 226-241. [details] [PDF]
  • Krebbekx, W., Spronk, R., & M'charek, A. (2014). Categorieën als verschilmakers: etnische praktijken in onderzoek naar jongeren en seksualiteit. In L. Buis, I. Geesink, & S. Holla (Eds.), De seksparadox: Nederland na de seksuele revolutie (pp. 107-128). Den Haag: Boom Lemma. DOI: 10.5553/TS/157433142013009003006 [details]
  • Krebbekx, W., Spronk, R., & M'charek, A. (2014). Kapsels en kennisproductie (reactie op Cense). In L. Buis, I. Geesink, & S. Holla (Eds.), De seksparadox: Nederland na de seksuele revolutie (pp. 136-139). Den Haag: Boom Lemma. DOI: 10.5553/TS/157433142013009003008 [details]

2013

  • M'charek, A. (2013). Beyond fact or fiction: on the materiality of race in practice. Cultural Anthropology, 28(3), 420-442. DOI: 10.1111/cuan.12012 [details]
  • M'charek, A., Hagendijk, R., & de Vries, W. (2013). Equal before the law: on the machinery of sameness in forensic DNA practice. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 38(4), 542-565. DOI: 10.1177/0162243912453623 [details]
  • Krebbekx, W., Spronk, R., & M'Charek, A. (2013). Categorieën als verschilmakers: etnische praktijken in onderzoek naar jongeren en seksualiteit. Sociologie, 9(3/4), 344-366. [details] [PDF]
  • Krebbekx, W., Spronk, R., & M'charek, A. (2013). Kapsels en kennisproductie (reactie op Cense). Sociologie, 9(3/4), 367-373. DOI: 10.5553/TS/157433142013009003008 [details] [PDF]

2012

  • M'Charek, A., Toom, V., & Prainsack, B. (2012). Bracketing off population does not advance ethical reflection on EVCs: a reply to Kayser and Schneider. Forensic science international, 6(1), e16-e17. DOI: 10.1016/j.fsigen.2010.12.012 [details] [PDF]
  • M'charek, A. (2012). Partial lineages in diversity research. In M. Konrad (Ed.), Collaborators collaborating: counterparts in anthropological knowledge and international research relations. (pp. 205-221). New York [etc.]: Berghahn Books. [details]

2011

  • M'charek, A. (2011). Race, Beyond Fact and Fiction. Technoscienza, 2(1), 65-71. [details] [PDF]
  • Toom, V., & M'charek, A. (2011). Van individuele verdachte naar verdachte families en populaties: het wegen van nieuwe forensische DNA-technieken. Nederlands Juristenblad, 86(3), 142-148. [details] [PDF]
  • Thijsse, S., M'charek, A., & Vermeulen, E. (2011). Eerst zien, dan geloven!: Voorkomt het preventieconsult 'total body scannen'? Tijdschrift voor Sociale Geneeskunde, 89(2), 85-87. [details]

2010

  • M'charek, A. (2010). Contrasts and comparisons: three practices of forensic investigation. In T. Scheffer, & J. Niewöhner (Eds.), Thick comparison: reviving the ethnographic aspiration (pp. 129-153). (International studies in sociology and social anthropology; No. 114). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2010). Fragile differences, relational effects: stories about the materiality of race and sex. European Journal of Women's Studies, 17(4), 307-322. DOI: 10.1177/1350506810377698 [details] [PDF]
  • M'charek, A. (2010). Genetics and its others: on three versions of the savage. Etnofoor, 22(2), 127-138. [details] [PDF]
  • M'charek, A. (2010). When whiteness becomes a problem: (un)doing differences in the case of Down’s Syndrome. Medische Antropologie, 22(2), 263-275. [details]
  • M'charek, A., & Pols, A. J. (2010). Introduction: Where are the missing bodies? Disability studies in the Netherlands. Medische Antropologie, 22(2), 217-224. [details]

2009

  • M'charek, A. (2009). Bio-power: regulating genes, brains and crime. In I. Gevers, M. Bleeker, S. Blume, A. M'charek, M. van Rijsingen, & J. Schoonheim (Eds.), Difference on display: diversity in art, science & society (pp. 204-210). Rotterdam: NAi Publishers. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2009). Biomacht: genen, hersenen en misdaden reguleren. In I. Gevers, M. Bleeker, S. Blume, A. M'Charek, M. van Rijsingen, & J. Schoonheim (Eds.), Niet normaal: diversiteit in kunst, wetenschap & samenleving. (pp. 204-211). Amsterdam: NAi Uitgevers. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2009). Extravagance or the good and the bad of genetic diversity. In P. Atkinson, P. Glasner, & M. Lock (Eds.), The handbook of genetics and society: mapping the new genomic era. (pp. 422-436). London: Routledge. [details]

2008

  • M'charek, A. A., & Keller, G. (2008). Eggs Jumping and Cows Dancing: Kinship and travelling IVF-technologies in the era of genetics. In N. Lykke, & A. Smelink (Eds.), Bits of Life. (pp. 61-79). University of Washington Press. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2008). Contrasts and comparisons: three practices of forensic investigation. Comparative Sociology, 7(3), 387-412. DOI: 10.1163/156913308X306672 [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2008). Silent witness, articulate collective: DNA evidence and the inference of visible traits. Bioethics, 22(9), 519-528. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8519.2008.00699.x [details] [PDF]
  • M'charek, A., & Keller, G. (2008). Parenthood and kinship in IVF for humans and animals: On traveling bits of life in the age of genetics. In A. Smelik, & N. Lykke (Eds.), Bits of life: Feminism at the intersections of media, bioscience, and technology (pp. 61-78). (In vivo). Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press. [details]

2006

  • M'Charek, A. A. (2006). Über die Herstellung von Gleichheit. Der forensische DNA-Beweis im Labor und vor Gericht. Paragrana, 1, 61-81. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2006). Men, Masculinities and Biology. In Routledge International Encyclopaedia of Men and Masculinities. (pp. 159-187). London: Routledge. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2006). Technologies of Population: Making differences and similarities between Turkish and Dutch males. In N. Redclift, & S. Gibbon (Eds.), Genetics: Critical Concepts in Social and Cultural Theory. (pp. 159-187). London: Routledge. [details]

2005

  • M'Charek, A. A. (2005). The Human Genome Diversity Project: An ethnography of scientific practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]
  • M'Charek, A. (2005). Problemen met Diversiteit: Of waarom we van lijsten afmoeten. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 8(3), 74-78. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2005). Populatie in het Forensisch DNA Onderzoek: Van probleem naar mogelijkheid. In B. de Reuver, & J. Braeckman (Eds.), Ethiek van DNA tot 9/11. (pp. 99-119). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2005). The Mitochondrial Eve of Modern Genetics: Of people and genomes, or, the routinization of race. Science as Culture, 2, 161-183. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A., van Balen, B., & Andeweg, A. (2005). Inleiding. In in Sporen en Resonanties: De klassieken van de Nederlandstalige genderstudies. (pp. 7-16). Amsterdam: SWP. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2005). Problemen met diversiteit, of waarom we van lijsten af moeten. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 8(3), 74-78. [details / files]

2004

  • M'Charek, A. A. (2004). Een Kwestie van Technieken: Over de buitensporigheid van de genetica en de onbestendigheid van ras. Krisis, 4, 22-35. [details]
  • M'Charek, A. A. (2004). Een Lichaam is een Lichaam is een Lichaam: Over de morele imperatief van het gezondheidsonderzoek, Repliek op Ineke Klinge. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 1, 63-65. [details]
  • M'Charek, A. A. (2004). Kiezen of Delen: Hormonale anticonceptiva, nu ook voor hem? Krisis, 1, 94-99. [details]
  • M'Charek, A. A. (2004). Verwantschap in een Biotechnologisch Tijdperk. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 2, 53-59. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2004). Genetic Sex. In P. Essed, & D. T. Goldberg (Eds.), A Companion to Gender Studies. (pp. 87-101). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2004). Ras en gender in het laboratorium. In M. Huijer, & K. Horstman (Eds.), factor xx. Vrouwen, eicellen en genen. (pp. 121-136). Amsterdam: Boom. [details]

2002

  • M'charek, A. A. (2002). De Onzichbare (F)actor: Standaardisatie, ras en genetische diversiteit. Medische Antropologie, 14(1), 70-90. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2002). The Traffic in Males en andere verhalen over sekse in onderzoek naar genetische diversiteit. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 4, 20-36. [details]

2001

  • M'charek, A. A. (2001). Populatie: over het maken van gelijkheid en verschil tussen Turkse en Nederlandse mannen. In M. Berg, & A. Mol (Eds.), Ingebouwde Normen: Medische technieken doorgelicht. (pp. 94-113). Utrecht: Van der Wees Uitgeverij. [details]

2000

  • M'charek, A. A. (2000). Kunnen we een gezondheidszorg ontwikkelen met oog voor diversiteit? TSG Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidswetenschappen, 5, 267-268. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2000). Technologies of population: forensic DNA testing practices and the making of differences and similarities. Configurations, 8(1), 121-159. DOI: 10.1353/con.2000.0005 [details] [PDF]

2016

  • M'charek, A. (Author). (2016). Data-Face and Ontologies of Race. Cultural Anthropology. [details]
  • Pols, J., & M'charek, A. (2016). Responsible innovation: The case of Alzheimer diagnostics. In M. Boenink, H. van Lente, & E. Moors (Eds.), Emerging technologies for diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease: Innovating with care (pp. 205-224). (Health, Technology and Society). London: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI: 10.1057/978-1-137-54097-3_11 [details]

2015

  • M'charek, A. (Author). (2015). Focus op algemeen gedeeld probleem. Kennisplatform Integratie & Samenleving. [details]

2014

  • M'charek, A. A., van Oorschot, I., Harambam, J., & Benschop, R. (2014). Sociologie (vol. 10, issue 3/4). Sociologie, 10(3/4). [details]

2006

  • M'Charek, A. A. (2006). Men, Masculinities and Biology. In Routledge International Encyclopaedia of Men and Masculinities. London: Routledge. [details]
  • M'Charek, A. A. (2006). Technologies of Population: Making differences and similarities between Turkish and Dutch males. In N. Redclift, & S. Gibbon (Eds.), Genetics: Critical Concepts in Social and Cultural Theory. London: Routledge. [details]

2005

  • M'Charek, A. A. (2005). Novel policy strategies to diversity in clinical research. In Wieringa (Ed.), Diversity Among Patients in Medical Practice: Challenges and implications for clinical research. (pp. 159-187). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University. [details]
  • M'Charek, A. A., & Willems, D. (2005). Alledaagse Zorg: De politiek van gewone medische praktijken. Den Haag: Rathenau Instituut. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A., Kohinor, M. J. E., & Stolk, R. (2005). Diversity in Clinical Practice: Which differences matter? In Wieringa (Ed.), Diversity Among Patients in Medical Practice: Challenges and implications for clinical research. (pp. 47-79). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (2005). Kiezen of delen: hormonale anticonceptiva, nu ook voor hem? [Review of: N. Oudshoorn (2003) The male pil: a biography of a technology in the making]. Krisis, (2), 94-99. [details] [PDF]

2003

  • M'charek, A. A. (2003). Partiele Verwantschap. Lover : Tijdschrift over Feminisme, Cultuur en Wetenschap, 1, 54-55. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2003). Sekse: Uit de darkrooms van de laboratoria! Lover : Tijdschrift over Feminisme, Cultuur en Wetenschap, 4, 10-11. [details]

2014

  • M'charek, A. (2014). YseX Is a Matter of Concern Rather Than a Matter of Fact [Review of: S.S. Richardson (2013) Sex itself: the search for male and female in the human genome]. Science, 343(6712), 731-732. DOI: 10.1126/science.1249293 [details]

2011

  • Krebbekx, W., & M'charek, A. (2011). Seksuele ontwikkeling en diversiteit: een literatuurstudie naar de rol van opleidingsniveau en school. Amsterdam: Amsterdam Institute of Social Science Research, Universiteit van Amsterdam. [details]
  • M'charek, A. (Author), & Toom, V. (Author). (2011). DNA in strafzaken: Rechter Commissaris is niet een bureaucratische laag maar democratisch vangnet. Amsterdam: Reed Business: de Website voor de Politie. [details]
  • M'charek, A., & Toom, V. (2011). Meer voorzorg bij DNA-onderzoek. Het Tijdschrift voor de Politie, 73(8), 30-34. [details] [PDF]

2010

  • M'charek, A. (2010). Ras als duikelaar. Lover : Tijdschrift over Feminisme, Cultuur en Wetenschap, 2010(juni), 32-34. [details] [PDF]

2008

  • M'charek, A., & Kohinor, M. J. E. (2008). Sikkelcel en andere HbP’s in het dagelijks leven en medische praktijk. Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam. [details]

2016

  • M'charek, A. A. (2016). Circulaties: een nieuw object voor een antropologie van de wetenschap. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam. [details] [PDF]
  • M'charek, A. A. (2016). Circulations: A new object for an anthropology of science. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam. [details] [PDF]

2000

  • M'charek, A. A. (2000). Technologies of similarities and differences : on the interdependence of nature and technology in the Human Genome Diversity Project [details / files]

Media appearance

  • M'charek, Amade (28-02-2016): De slimme universiteit [Television]. De slimme universiteit.
  • M'charek, Amade (04-03-2015): DNA phenotyping helps police fight crime but may be abusive [Radio]. DNA phenotyping helps police fight crime but may be abusive.
  • M'charek, Amade (11-08-2015): De code van Menno [Radio]. De code van Menno.
  • M'charek, Amade (25-08-2015): De code van Menno [Radio]. De code van Menno.
  • M'charek, Amade (26-10-2015): Aylan Kurdi: Coming to Terms With an Image. Invoking the Child as Totem [Other]. Aylan Kurdi: Coming to Terms With an Image. Invoking the Child as Totem.

Award

  • M'charek, A. (2013): ERC Consolidator Grant "Race Matter: On the Absent Presence of Race in Forensic Identification".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2012): FWOS Research Grant "Sexualities and Diversities in the Making".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2012): Max Planck Institute for the History of Science fellowship, Berlin, Germany.
  • M'charek, A.A. (2011): Center for Society and Genomics post-doc fellowship "Dutch-ness in Genes and Genealogy: Following Genetic Diversity around in Science and Society".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2011): Center for Society and Genomics research grant "Genes, Brains and Criminality in Context".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2011): Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Seksualiteit research grant "Diversity and Sexual Development: Literature Review".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2011): Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology fellowship, Halle, Germany.
  • M'charek, A.A. (2005): Center for Science Studies fellowship, Lancaster.
  • M'charek, A.A. (2004): NWO PhD project grant "A DNA Profile’s Capacity for Right: On the Interference between Science and the Law in Forensic DNA Practice in the Netherlands".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2004): ZonMW: top-down grant "Mogelijkheden en beperkingen in klinisch onderzoek voor het omgaan met diversiteit".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2004): ZonMW: top-down grant "Verkenningen van de wenselijkheide en mogelijkheden voor invoering van primaire- en secondaire preventie van heamoglobinopathieen".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2003): Rathenau Institute Grant: "Alledaagse medische praktijken".
  • M'charek, A.A. (2001): Rathenau Institute Grant: "Alledaagse medische praktijken", a pilot study.

Others

  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2016): Member Societal Advisory Board (SAB), Åbo Akademi University Minority Research profile (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2015 - 2020): Member Advisory Board EXCHANGE (Consolidator grant, ref.648608) funded by the European Research Council (2015-2020), University of Coimbra, Portugal (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (organiser) (21-3-2014 - 22-3-2014): Workshop on "What is sexuality in practice?", the Netherlands (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2014 - 2016): Advisory Board Member "Demonstrations: A Journal for Experiments in the Social Studies of Technology", Goldsmiths, University of London (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2013): Advisor, Research Project Genetics and Forensic Anthropology in the Identification of Missing Persons, Bogota, Colombia (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2013): Expert, "Virtual College" AHRC Research Network Technoscience, Law and Society: Interrogating the Nexus (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2013): Member editorial board, Science and Technology Studies (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (organiser) (2-6-2011 - 3-6-2011): Organizer of the international workshop "Technologies of Belonging: Biology, Race and Technology in Europe" (2-3 June 2011, Amsterdam), Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2011 - 2013): Member editorial board, Universitas Humanistica, Colombia (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (organiser) (21-1-2010): Organizer of the international workshop "The Ir/relevance of race in the anthropology of (bio)medical practices" (January 21st, 2010, University of Amsterdam), Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2010 - 2012): Member Scientific Policy Commission, Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Seksualiteit (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2010 - 2013): Advisor, International Research Project: Immigene: Social, political and ethical implications of DNA analysis for family reunification, University of Frankfurt (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2010 - 2013): Advisor, Research Project Genomic Research and Race in Latin America, Manchester University (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2010 - 2013): Member Board of Education, NOV (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2010 - 2013): Member advisory board, Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2010 - 2013): Member of the advisory board, Amsterdam Center for Gender and Sexuality Studies (ARC-GS) (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (participant) (20-1-2010): AISSR international workshop, Amsterdam (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
  • M'charek, A.A. (participant) (26-5-2010): organizer international symposium, Amsterdam (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
  • M'charek, A.A. (organiser) & Pols, J. (organiser) (16-12-2009): Organizer of the international workshop "Distributed Bodies Practices of disability and chronic disease" (December 16th, 2009, Amsterdam), Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
  • M'charek, A.A. (organiser) (18-12-2009 - 19-12-2009): Organizer of the international conference and expert meeting on Sickle cell Disease in Amsterdam; "Innovations and Dilemmas in Sickle Cell Screening" (18-19 December, 2009, Amsterdam Medical Center), Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
  • M'charek, A.A. (other) (2008 - 2013): Scientific Director, KNAW-HM-Zomerseminar (other).
  • M'charek, A.A. (organiser) (2004): Organizer of the international expert meeting "Diversity in Clinical Research" (12-13 November, 2004, Bergen), Bergen (organising a conference, workshop, ...).

Keynote / Invited lecture

  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (14-4-2015): Guest lecture "ANT or a sociology of transition", for the course Sociologische theorie 4: Perspectief on een nieuwe synthese, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (17-6-2015): Tentacular Faces: Forensic Identification and the Return of the Phenotype, Higher Seminar Technology and Social Change (Tema T), Linköping University, Sweden.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (2-6-2015): Race and the Return of the Phenotype: The case of forensics, Seminar Series "Conceptualizing Human Diversity: History, Science, and Philosophy", University Paris Diderot, France.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (23-10-2015): Invited commentary on panel Foundation of Difference II: Science for Annelies Kleinherenbrink’s contribution ‘Sex Matters: Notes on Feminism and Neuroscience’ and Veronica Vasterling’s contribution ‘The Science of Sex Differences’, Symposium Interdisciplinary Gender Studies and the Foundations of Difference, Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (25-8-2015): Tentacular Faces: Forensic Identification and the Return of the Phenotype, NOISE Summer School 2015: "Biopolitics, Necropolitics, Cosmopolitics: Feminist and Queer Interventions", Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (26-10-2015): Ras: een oud probleem in nieuwe gedaantes, Felix College, Felix Meritis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (7-10-2015): Tentacular Faces: Forensic Identification and the Return of the Phenotype, The Science Studies Colloquium Series, University of Oslo, Norway.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (8-6-2015): Diversiteit als ordening en praktijk, FWOS Symposium "Etnische diversiteit in onderzoek en beleid rondom de seksuele ontwikkeling van jongeren", FWOS (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Seksualiteit), Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (9-4-2015): Keynote lecture 'Tentacular Faces: Forensic Identification and the Return of the Phenotype', Conference ‘Articulating Science, Technology and Law: Regarding, Reflecting and Remaking Society’ (9-10 April 2015), University of Kent.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (12-12-2014): Race, genetics and temporality, Annual Harvest Day, AISSR, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (12-9-2014): Invited critic for Dr. Michael Montoya’s book ‘Making the Mexican Diabetic: Race, Science and the Genetics of Inequality’, Author Meets Critics at the BSA Medical Sociology Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (13-11-2014): Guest lecture "Making faces, making races in forensic identification", for Core Specialization Course: Anthropology of Health, Care and the Body (lecturer Kristine Krause), University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (13-6-2014): Guest lecture "The trouble with race and the absent presence thereof in forensic identification", for the course The Body in Feminist Theory and Practice, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (15-4-2014): Guest lecture "De genetische identiteit", for the course Verdipingsvak Wetenschapsfilosofie: Normatieve en Empirishe benaderingen, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (15-4-2014): Het maakbare gezicht: over de rol van ras in forensische identificatie, NRC Food for Thought series, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (17-10-2014): Guest lecture "The case of Marianne Vaatstra", for the course Kennis Maken (lecturer Geertje Mak), Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (18-9-2014): Caring for the object: On generous methods in studies of race, EASST Annual Conference ‘Situating Solidarities: social challenges for science and technology studies', Torun, Poland.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (21-10-2014): Invited commentary Dienke Hondius' book "Blackness in Western Europe: Racial Patterns of Paternalism and Exclusion", Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (24-2-2014): Het Maakbare Gezicht: Over de rol van ras in forensische identificatie, LaSSA congres ‘Diversiteit van Identiteit’, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (25-4-2014): Guest lecture "ANT or a sociology of transition", for the course Sociologische theorie 4: Perspectief on een nieuwe synthese, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (26-9-2014): Unfolding data: a case from forensics, Transforming Data: drawing otherness into digital debates, Open University London, UK.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (28-11-2014): Bodies, race and forensic science, Forensics and the art of making things speak, Durham University, United Kingdom.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (4-12-2014): Topologies of race, Topologies of race: or how to study wild objects panel (organizer), American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, USA.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (6-10-2014): Guest lecture "Race as public issue", for the course Public issues and policies, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (6-12-2014): Return of the phenotype: on generous methods and care for race, Keynote round table CULTURE@LARGE, American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, USA.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (12-11-2014): Ras: terug van nooit weggeweest, De Ander, Studentengenootschap Kairos, Amsterdam.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (2-6-2014): (Sur)Face: On Generous Methods in Studies of Race, APT 2014: Power in a World of Becoming, Entanglement & Attachment, University of Warwick.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (22-10-2014): When words are not enough, WTMC Workshop "Language's others STS-Knowldhe as text, image and sound", Ravenstein, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (3-4-2014): Race, Region and Time: Or the forensic presence of the past, Race, ethnicity, ancestry and human genetic variation 1945-2013, The Norwegian Museum of Technology and Science, Oslo, Norway.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (31-1-2014): Anthropology of Science and the genetics of Race, opening of the academic year, Graduate School for Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (12-12-2013): Making faces, making races, Barlaeus lecture series, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (2-5-2013): Doing Dutchness: A case study in genetic diversity, International Interdisciplinary Scientific Workshop / SIGENET Workshop 5, Kunming, China.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (4-9-2013): In the Mood for Revolution. A Case Study in In/vulnerability, CRESC Annual Conference: In/vulnerabilities and Social Change: Precarious Lives and Experimental Knowledge, London, UK.
  • M'charek, A. (invited speaker) (9-10-2013): The Phenotypic Other and Forensic Technologies of Sameness, 4S Annual Conference, San Diego, USA.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (3-5-2013): Doing Dutchness: A case s tudy in genetic diversity, International Interdisciplinary Scientific Workshop / SIGENET Workshop 5, Kunming, China.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (6-6-2013): Suspect Bodies: Forensic Identification and the trouble with race, Transnational Bodies Symposium (6 June, 2013), Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (28-1-2011): How Life Matters: The Case of Race, Visual Culture Workshop, Goldsmiths University, UK.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (15-10-2010): The Materiality of Race: Or how to do history with bones and DNA, invited paper delivered at the Gender in Practice Conference (Center for Genderstudies, University Nijmegen), Nijmegen.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (17-12-2010): Beyond Fact and Fiction: On the materiality of Race and Associated Differences., invited Keynote at ARC-GS lecture (University of Amsterdam), Amsterdam.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (22-11-2010): Beyond fact and fiction: On the materiality of race in practices, invited paper to be presented at the Conference Laqueur Revisited: between constructed bodies and bodily materiality, Symposium ICOG, University Groningen., Groningen.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (27-5-2010): Plenary Interview with Karen-Sue Taussig about her book Ordinary Genomes, 10 Years After Conference (27-28 May, 2010), Amsterdam.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (28-5-2010): The Materiality of Race: Or how to do history with bones and DNA, invited paper at the 10 Years After Conference organised by the Center for Society and Genomics, Amsterdam.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (3-11-2010): The Ir/relevance of Race, invited Keynote at the workshop Anthropología, Ciencia y Tecnología: Entre la Esperanza, la Gloria y la Decepción at the Depratment of Anthropology of the Universitad de Los Andes., Bogota, Colombia.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (5-9-2010): Performing the Technoscientific Body: On the materiality of Race in Practice, Keynote address at the bi-annual Conference of EASST (the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology) 2-5 September 2010, Trento, Italy.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (7-7-2010): The HeLa Error: On the aesthetics of wholeness and the materiality of race, invited paper at LOST research colloquium at the Max Planck Institute, Halle, Germany.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) & Dehue, T. (invited speaker) (26-10-2009): The Criminality Dispositif: Or the criminalization of everyday life, The Criminality Dispositif: Or the criminalization of everyday life”, ESF-COST Conference on Law and Neuroscience: Our Growing Understanding of the Human Brain and its Impact on our Legal System, Acquafredda di Maratea (Italy).
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (16-12-2009): When whiteness becomes a problem: A case of neo-natal care in the Netherlands, Conference Paper at Distributed Bodies: Practices of disability and chronic disease, University of Amsterdam.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (18-10-2009): De Ware Nederlander, Invited Keynote addres at Leidse Wetensschapsdag, Museum Boerhaave, Leiden.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (4-6-2009): Political Objects: Race and Sex in Scientific Practice, Invited Keynote address at 7th Feminist Research Conference, Utrecht University.
  • M'charek, A.A. (invited speaker), Shakespear, T. (invited speaker) & Defize, B. (invited speaker) (16-12-2009): Criminalisering van het dagelijks leven, Lezing en Debat "Allemaal Nette Mensen", deBalie Amsterdam.
  • M'charek, A.A. (speaker) (26-8-2009): Fragile differences: stories about identities and the body, Summerschool “Moving Boundaries in Feminist Theory: Postcoloniality and Posthumanity”, University of Utrecht.
  • M'Charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (1-9-2008): Forensisch DNA: Een aansporing tot opsporen?, Science Café Tilburg, Science Café Tilburg.
  • M'Charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (22-6-2008): The Bio and the Politics of Population in Criminal Investigation, The Genomics and Populations Summer Institute, Lancaster University.
  • M'Charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (3-12-2008): Van Sofa naar de Scan, the plenary debate of the (NIP) Nederlands Instituut van Psychologen, Haarlem.
  • M'Charek, A.A. (invited speaker) (4-6-2008): Ras als Routine: Over de esthetiek en pragmatiek van het mitochondriaal DNA referentie sequentie, AMC department of Genetics, AMC department of Genetics.

Journal editor

  • M'charek, A.A. (editor), Schramm, K. (editor) & Skinner, D. (editor) (2013): Science, Technology, & Human Values (Journal).
  • M'charek, A.A. (editor) (2010-2011): Medical Anthropology (Journal).

Book editor

  • Gevers, I., Bleeker, M., Blume, S., M'Charek, A., van Rijsingen, M., & Schoonheim, J. (2009). Difference on display: diversity in art, science and society. Rotterdam: NAi Publishers. [details]
  • Gevers, I., Bleeker, M., Blume, S., M'Charek, A., van Rijsingen, M., & Schoonheim, J. (2009). Niet normaal: diversiteit in kunst, wetenschap & samenleving. Rotterdam: NAi Uitgevers. [details]
  • M'charek, A. A., Andeweg, A., & van Balen, B. (2005). Sporen en Resonanties: De klassieken van de Nederlandstalige genderstudies. Amsterdam: SWP. [details]
  • M'charek, A., van Balen, B., & Andeweg, A. (2005). Sporen & resonanties: de klassieken van de Nederlandstalige genderstudies. Amsterdam: SWP. [details]
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