dr. (Rogier) R van Reekum

dr. (Rogier) R van Reekum
Assistant professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Sociology
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T17-44
Email
vanreekum@essb.eur.nl
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Rogier van Reekum is an assistant professor at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology of Erasmus University Rotterdam. He is currently working on refugee settlement and issue formation. He has previously conducted research into the visualization of irregular migration across Europe as part of the Monitoring Modernity ERC-project. Rogier has published on border visuality, nationalism, place making, citizenship & migration politics, immigration policy and education. 

Research interests: migration, borders, publics, refuge
Onderzoeksinteresses: migratie, grenzen, publieken, vluchten

  • Rogier Reekum (2016) - Out of character: Dutchness as a public problem - doi: 10.1057/978-1-137-53410-1 - Palgrave Macmillan
  • N Foner & Rogier Reekum (2014) - Part V: How Are the Children of Immigrants Shaped by and also Changing New York City’s and Amsterdam’s Cultural Life? - New York University Press
  • J Rath, N Foner, JW Duyvendak & Rogier Reekum (2014) - Introduction: New York and Amsterdam: Immigration and the New Urban Landscape - New York University Press
  • Rogier Reekum (2012) - Towards a pragmatic concept of culture, or what might happen next? - FPI, Fundashon pa Planifikashon di Idioma
  • JW Duijvendak, Rogier Reekum, Peter Scholten & C Bertossi (2011) - The of/for distinction - European University Institute

  • Rogier Reekum (2010) - Een staat verdwaalt in haar natie: Onbedachtzame pretenties over Nederlanderschap - Uitgeverij Van Gennep

  • Rogier Reekum (2017) - "Who are we calling refugees?", presented at Getting respect in the Netherlands: between identity and redistribution, Conference in honour of the Erasms prize 2017 awarded to Michele Lamont
  • Rogier Reekum (2015) - ‘The figure of emergency: figuring out what to do in the politics of migration control’
  • H Dijstelbloem, Rogier Reekum & Willem Schinkel (2015) - ‘The possibility of politics: Visualising migration and realizing recalictrance in the Aegean’
  • H Dijstelbloem & Rogier Reekum (2014) - ‘Watching the Watchmen: Border surveillance and countersurveillance at the southern borders of Europe’
  • Rogier Reekum (2014) - Varieties of visual 'Europe' in images of illegalized mobility
  • Rogier Reekum (2013) - ‘What is national about citizenship?’

  • Rogier Reekum (2016) - The visual ecology of European migration politics: becoming visible in the movement of things

  • Rogier Reekum (2014) - Out of Character: debating Dutchness, narrating citizenship - University of Amsterdam

  • Rogier Reekum (2016) - Weten wat werkt in het sociale domein, Kick-off bijeenkomst onderzoek effectiviteit interventies cluster Sociaal - Weten wat werkt in het sociale domein, Kick-off bijeenkomst onderzoek effectiviteit interventies cluster Sociaal

  • Rogier Reekum (2014) - Varieties of visual 'Europe' in images of illegalized mobility - presented at the XVIII International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology

  • Rogier Reekum (2015) - Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie (Journal)
  • Rogier Reekum (2014) - Sociologie (Journal)
  • Rogier Reekum (2008) - Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie (Journal)

Mentorgroep DPAS B1

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWB-MEN

Current Event Lectures DPAS

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWB-ACT

1.2C Geschiedenis van de Sociologie

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWS-1080

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWS-3061

4.3 Public Knowledge

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWS-530

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