dr.
(Aleid) AG Fokkema

dr. (Aleid) AG Fokkema
Lecturer Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
M8-35
Telephone
0104082397
Email
fokkema@eshcc.eur.nl

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Aleid Fokkema (MA, PhD) is senior lecturer at the department. She coordinates and teaches two courses in year one and a number of electives in year two and three. She specialises in the fields of cinematic representation of contemporary issues such as war and surveillance and has an expertise in contemporary literature. As the owner of a translation and editing company. Lighthouse Texts, she gives guidance on academic publications in English.

      • A.G. Fokkema (1991). Postmodern Characters: A Study of Characterization in British and American Postmodern Fiction (Postmodern Studies, 4). Amsterdam: Rodopi
      • A.G. Fokkema (2017). Chilling Burlesque: The Act of Killing. In L. Muntean, L. Plate & A. Smelik (Eds.), Materializing Memory in Art and Popular Culture (Routledge Research in Cultural Studies, 102) (pp. 175-190). New York: Routledge doi: 10.4324/9781315472171
      • A.G. Fokkema (2007). The Aesthetics of the Sublime: Transporting the Slave, Transporting the Spirit. In K Karran & L Macedo (Eds.), No Land, No Mother: Essays on the Work of David Dabydeen (pp. 17-32). Leeds: Peepal Tree
      • A.G. Fokkema (2006). Wakende doden, vallende lichamen. Het begin van post-9/11 literatuur. In L Plate & A Smelik (Eds.), Stof en as. De neerslag van elf september in kunst en populaire cultuur (pp. 153-169). van Gennep: Amsterdam
      • A.G. Fokkema (2005). Marginaal Modernisme in de jaren dertig: George Orwell. In J Baetens, J.M.M Houppermans, A Langeveld & P.T.M.G. Liebregts (Eds.), Modernisme(n) in de Europese Letterkunde - Een ander meervoud (pp. 167-181). Leuven: Peeters
      • A.G. Fokkema (2004). Martin Amis. In Elke D’hoker and Ortwin de Graef (Ed.), Engelstalige literatuur na 1945 (pp. 1-16). Leuven: Peeters
      • A.G. Fokkema (2003). Metropool, migrant en het postkolonialisme. Salman Rushdie en Caryl Phillips. In Fokkema, A.G. and Steenmeijer, M. (Ed.), Identiteit en locatie in de hedendaagse literatuur (pp. 191-207). Nijmegen: vantilt
      • A.G. Fokkema & M. Steenmeijer (2003). Inleiding. In Fokkema, A.G. and Steenmeijer, M (Ed.), Identiteit en locatie in de hedendaagse literatuur. Nijmegen: Vantilt
      • A.G. Fokkema (2002). Over de symboliek van een verroeste wereldbol: de Indiase roman in het Engels. In T D'Haen (Ed.), Europa Buitengaats: koloniale en postkoloniale literaturen in Europese talen (pp. 438-457). Amsterdam: Prometheus
      • A.G. Fokkema (2002). And down we went’: fragments of Europe seen from the British metropolis. In Wintle, M., and Spiering, M. (Ed.), Ideas of Europe since 1914: The Legacy of the First World War (pp. 142-160). London: Palgrave
      • A.G. Fokkema (2000). Over/leven: De dwalingen van een Othello. In Korthals Altes, L. and Schram, D. (Ed.), Literatuurwetenschap: tussen betrokkenheid en distantie (pp. 297-307). Assen: Van Gorcum
      • A.G. Fokkema (1999). The author; Postmodernism's Stock Character. In Hoenselaars, A.J., and Franssen, P. (Ed.), The Author as Character; Representing Historical Writers in Western Literature (pp. 39-52). Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press
      • A.G. Fokkema (1998). On the (False) Idea of Exile: Derek Walcott and Grace Nichols. In T D'haen (Ed.), (Un)Writing Empire (pp. 99-113). Amsterdam: Rodopi doi: 10.1163/9789004433595_009
      • A.G. Fokkema (1997). Carribean Sublime: on Transport. In J Arnold (Ed.), A History of Literature in the Caribbean, Vol. 3 (Cross-Cultural Studies) (pp. 339-348). Amsterdam: Benjamins doi: 10.1075/chlel.xii.27fok
      • A.G. Fokkema (1993). Abandoning the Postmodern? The Case of Peter Ackroyd. In Bertens, H. & D'haen, T. (Ed.), British Postmodern Fiction (Postmodern Studies, 7) (pp. 168-179). Amsterdam: Rodopi
      • A.G. Fokkema (2015, september 3). Homeland: Understanding the enemy. London, Spying on Spies, conference.
      • A.G. Fokkema (2014). Chilling Burlesque: the Act of Killing. Conference Things to Remember – materializing memory in Arts and Popular Culture: Nijmegen (2014, juni 4).
      • A.G. Fokkema (2014). Digging up past crimes: The Act of Killing (2013) and Last Hijack (2014). The Story of Memory - conference: London (2014, september 3).
      • A.E. Mols & A.G. Fokkema (2014). Junglepoes, terrorist of vrijheidsstrijder. Een kritische analyse van de berichtgeving over Tanja Nijmeijer in 2012. Dag van de Sociologie: Antwerp, Belgium (2014, mei 28).
      • A.G. Fokkema & M. Steenmeijer (Ed.). (2003). Identiteit en locatie in de hdendaagse literatuur. Nijmegen: Vantilt
      • D.D. Dumitrica, A.G. Fokkema, A.M.M. Hermans, A. Paz Alencar, T. De La Hera, R. Mittal & M.C.M. Sommier (2020, april 4). Seven changes to brace for after the Corona virus crisis. . Retrieved Dec 23, 2020, from https://theconversation.com/leading-an-online-social-movement-requires-offline-work-132618
  • War Representations in Media and Culture

    Title
    War Representations in Media and Culture
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    BA-2, BA-3, BA-2

    Workshop 1: Academic Skills

    Title
    Workshop 1: Academic Skills
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    BA-1, Pre-master, Pre-master, Pre-master, Pre-master

    Argument. and Rhet. in the Public Sphere

    Title
    Argument. and Rhet. in the Public Sphere
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    BA-2, BA-3

    Communication Ethics

    Title
    Communication Ethics
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    BA-3, Pre-master, Pre-master, Pre-master, Pre-master

    RWS 1:Cross.-Nat. Comp. Research

    Title
    RWS 1:Cross.-Nat. Comp. Research
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    BA-1
  • Lecturer

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Media and Communication
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    0104082397

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam