dr. (Rogier) R van Reekum

dr. (Rogier) R van Reekum
Assistant Professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Sociology
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T17-44
Telephone
+31104082518
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 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

        • R. van Reekum (2016). Out of character: Dutchness as a public problem. In J.W. Duyvendak, E.H. Tonkens & P. Geschiere (Eds.), The Culturalization of Citizenship: Autochthony and Belonging in a Globalizing World (pp. 23-47). London: Palgrave MacMillan
        • J. Rath, N. Foner, J.W. Duyvendak & R. van Reekum (2014). Introduction: New York and Amsterdam: Immigration and the New Urban Landscape. In N. Foner, J. Rath, J..W. Duyvendak & R. van Reekum (Eds.), New York and Amsterdam: Immigration and the New Urban Landscape (pp. 1-22). New York: New York University Press
        • N. Foner & R. van Reekum (2014). Part V: How Are the Children of Immigrants Shaped by and also Changing New York City’s and Amsterdam’s Cultural Life? In N. Foner, J. Rath, J..W. Duyvendak & R. van Reekum (Eds.), New York and Amsterdam: Immigration and the New Urban Landscape (pp. 257-262). New York: New York University Press
        • R. van Reekum (2012). Towards a pragmatic concept of culture, or what might happen next? In N. Faraclas, R. Severing, C. Weijer & E. Echteld (Eds.), Proceedings of the ECICC-conference Guyana 2011. Vol. 1: Multiplex cultures and citizenships: multiple perspectives on language, literature, education and society in the ABC-Islands and beyond (pp. 69-76). Curacao: FPI, Fundashon pa Planifikashon di Idioma
        • J.W. Duijvendak, R. van Reekum, P.W.A. Scholten & C. Bertossi (2011). The of/for distinction. In R. Bauböck & M. Helbling (Eds.), Which indicators are most useful for comparing citizenship policies, EUI Working Papers (pp. 15-18). San Domenico di Fiesole: European University Institute
        • R. van Reekum (2010). Een staat verdwaalt in haar natie: Onbedachtzame pretenties over Nederlanderschap. In I. Verhoeven & M. Ham (Eds.), Brave burgers gezocht. De grenzen van de activerende overheid. Amsterdam: Van Gennep
        • J.L. Uitermark, M. Oudenampsen, B. Heerikhuizen & R. van Reekum (Ed.). (2012). Power to the People! Een anatomie van het populisme. Den Haag: Boom Lemma
      • R. van Reekum (2014). Drawing the line…somewhere. [Bespreking van het boek Border as Method, or the multiplication of labor]. Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie, 34(1), 103-108.
      • R. van Reekum (2009). De matige machine. [Bespreking van het boek De migratiemachine. De rol van technologie in het migratiebeleid]. Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie, 29.
      • R. van Reekum (2008). Dom, dommer, dier. [Bespreking van het boek Het geniale dier. Een andere antropologie]. Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie, 28.
      • R. van Reekum (2006). Wie is er bang voor geweld? [Bespreking van het boek Aspects of Violence]. Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie, 26.
      • R. van Reekum (Ed.). (2008) Krisis, tijdschrift voor actuele filosofie.
      • R. van 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.
      • R. van Reekum (2016). The visual ecology of European migration politics: becoming visible in the movement of things. 4S/EASST CONFERENCE BARCELONA – 2016: Science and Technology by Other Means: Barcelona (2016, september 2 - 2016, september 2).
      • R. van Reekum (2015). ‘The figure of emergency: figuring out what to do in the politics of migration control’. presented at the Governing Emergencies workshop: Rotterdam (2015, juni 5).
      • H. Dijstelbloem, R. van Reekum & W. Schinkel (2015). ‘The possibility of politics: Visualising migration and realizing recalictrance in the Aegean’. presented at The politics of visualization. Vision, vigilance and violence in border surveillance, security policies and mobility management: Amsterdam (2015, mei 28).
      • H. Dijstelbloem & R. van Reekum (2014). ‘Watching the Watchmen: Border surveillance and countersurveillance at the southern borders of Europe’. Expert meeting at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens: Athens (2014, september 2).
      • R. van Reekum (2014). Varieties of visual 'Europe' in images of illegalized mobility. XVIII International Sociological Association Congress of Sociology: Yokohama (2014, juli 17).
      • R. van Reekum (2013). ‘What is national about citizenship?’. presented at the 20th International Conference of Europeanists: Amsterdam (2013, juni 27).
      • L. Buijs, B. Mellink, P. Mepschen, M. Oudenampsen, M. Ponte & R. van Reekum (2014, april 7). Hoe Nederland het racisme heeft omarmd. NRC NEXT
      • R. van Reekum (2008, september 15). Wetenschappelijk gefundeerd beleid is een hype. TSS, tijdschrift voor sociale vraagstukken
      • R. van Reekum (2014, december 18). Out of Character: debating Dutchness, narrating citizenship. University of Amsterdam Prom./coprom.: dr. J.W. Duyvendak & prof.dr. E.H. Tonkens.
  • 1.2C Geschiedenis van de Sociologie

    Title
    1.2C Geschiedenis van de Sociologie
    Year
    2019
    Year level
    (Bachelor 1)

    4.5 Public Knowledge

    Title
    4.5 Public Knowledge
    Year
    2019
    Year level
    (Master)

    4.5 Master's thesis

    Title
    4.5 Master's thesis
    Year
    2019
    Year level
    (Master) (Master) (Master) (Master) (Master) (Master)
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Sociology
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    +31104082518

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam