prof.dr. (Stijn) S.L. Reijnders

prof.dr. (Stijn) S.L. Reijnders

Full Professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Arts & Culture Studies
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
M 7-11
Telephone
+31 10 4088889
Email
reijnders@eshcc.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

B. Boross & S.L. Reijnders (2017). ‘These cameras are here for a reason’- media coming out, symbolic power and the value of ‘participation’. Behind the scenes of the Dutch reality programme Uit de Kast. Media Culture & Society (print), 39 (2), 185-201. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0163443716643152[go to publisher's site]

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Stijn Reijnders is Full Professor of "Cultural Heritage, in Particular in Relation to Tourism and Popular Culture" at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

His research  focuses on the intersection of media, culture and tourism. Currently he leads two large, international research projects: Worlds of Imagination, funded by the European Research Council, and Locating Imagination funded by the Dutch Science Foundation.

He has published many research papers and two monographs entitled Holland op de Helling (2006) – recipient of the national NeSCoR dissertation award – and Places of the Imagination. Media, Tourism, Culture (2011). In addition, Reijnders has co-edited The Ashgate Research Companion to Fan Cultures (2014) and Film Tourism in Asia: Evolution, Transformation and Trajectory (2017).

Furthermore, he serves as member of the Executive Board of the Erasmus Research Center for Media, Communication and Culture, member of the Supervisory Board of Museum Rotterdam, and Chair of the Popular Communication Division of the Netherlands Flanders Communication Association.

        • S.L. Reijnders, K. Zwaan & L. Duits (2014). Ashgate research companion to fan cultures. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing
        • S.L. Reijnders (2011). Places of the Imagination. Media, tourism, culture. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing
        • S.L. Reijnders (2011). Plaatsen van verbeelding. Media, toerisme & fancultuur. Alphen aan de Maas: Uitgeverij Veerhuis
        • J. de Bruin, C. van der Heijden, S.L. Reijnders & I. Strouken (2010). Nederlanders Vieren Feest. Zwolle: Waanders Publishers
        • J. de Bruin, C. van der Heijden, S.L. Reijnders & I. Strouken (2010). Typisch Nederland: Trends en Tradities in Nederland. Zwolle: Waanders Publishers
        • M.R. Sniekers & S.L. Reijnders (2011). In the grip of Dutroux: Dealing with guilty landscape in Belgium. International Communication Association: Boston, USA (2011, mei 26 - 2011, mei 31).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2011). Stalking the count. Fandom and tourism. International Communication Association (ICA) conference: Boston, USA (2011, mei 26 - 2011, mei 31).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2010). On the Trail of 007. Media Pilgrimages into the world of James Bond. Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: Singapore (2010, juni 18 - 2010, juni 26).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2010). A Quantum of Solace. Inside the Liminal Landscape of Bond. Conference Liminal Landscapes: Remapping the Field: Liverpool (2010, juli 6 - 2010, juli 7).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2010). Becoming Bond: Tourism, Masculinity and the Authority of the Media. Forward to the Past. Essays on the Return of Politics in Cultural Studies: Loughborough (2010, november 4 - 2010, november 5).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2010). Inside the Guilty Landscapes of the Television Detective. Invited lecture: Emotion, Media and Crime Conference: Aarhus (2010, september 29 - 2010, oktober 1).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2010). Collecting the Contemporary in the Imagined City. Key note speech: Entrepreneurial Cultures in European Cities Conference: Liverpool (2010, juli 4 - 2010, juli 4).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2009). Baantjer's Amsterdam: Inside the TV detective Tour. Imagining Amsterdam Conference: Amsterdam.
        • S.L. Reijnders (2009). On the trail of 007. Media pilgrimages into the World of James Bond. Transforming Audiences Conference: London.
        • S.L. Reijnders (2009). Imagining the city. An ethnography of the TV detective tour. Annual Conference of the Netherlands School of Communications Research: Amsterdam.
        • S.L. Reijnders (2009). Beyond Imagination. Tourism & Popular Culture. International Communication Association Annual Conference: Chicago.
        • S.L. Reijnders (2009). Places of the imagination. An ethnography of the TV detective tour. Annual Conference of the Netherlands School of Communications Research: Amsterdam.
        • A.S. Waysdorf & S.L. Reijnders (2016). Place and The Prisoner. Fan Studies Network Conference: Norwich, UK (2016, juni 25 - 2016, juni 26).
        • A.S. Waysdorf, S.L. Reijnders & B. Boross (2016). Immersion, authenticity and the theme park as social space: Experiencing the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. International Communication Association: Fukuoka, Japan (2016, juni 9 - 2016, juni 13).
        • S.L. Bolderman & S.L. Reijnders (2014). Have you found what you're looking for? On value attribution in music tourism motivations. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap 2014: Bridging the gap - between scientific and local knowledge: Wageningen (2014, februari 4).
        • N. van Es & S.L. Reijnders (2014). ‘Capital Crime Cities’: Chasing Sleuths and Locating the Unknown in the Criminal and Mysterious Metropolis. TTRA/ITAM International Conference: Bruges, Belgium (2014, juni 15).
        • B. Boross & S.L. Reijnders (2014). Coming out with the media: the ritualization of self-disclosure in the Dutch television programme Uit de Kast. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap: Wageningen (2014, februari 3).
        • S.L. Bolderman & S.L. Reijnders (2014). Have you found what you're looking for? On value attribution in music tourism motivations. Tourism and Travel Research Association International Conference 'Tourism and the New Global Economy': Bruges (2014, juni 20).
        • B. Boross & S.L. Reijnders (2014). Coming out with the media: the ritualization of self-disclosure in the Dutch television programme Uit de Kast. Annual conference of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA): Bournemouth, UK (2014, januari 9).
        • A.S. Waysdorf & S.L. Reijnders (2014). My Trip to King's Landing: Fan Tourism as Fan Practice. Second Global Conference Fan Communities and Fandom: Prague, CZ (2014, november 7 - 2014, november 10).
        • N. van Es & S.L. Reijnders (2014). ‘Capital Crime Cities’: Chasing Sleuths and Locating the Unknown in the Criminal and Mysterious Metropolis. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap: Wageningen, the Netherlands (2014, februari 15).
        • S.L. Bolderman & S.L. Reijnders (2014). Have you found what you’re looking for? On the experience of music tourism. InterDisciplinary.net international conference ‘Fan Communities and Fandom’: Prague (2014, november 8).
        • N. van Es & S.L. Reijnders (2014). Chasing Sleuths and Unravelling the Mysterious Metropolis. On Tourist Experiences of the Crime-detective Fiction City. Fan Communities and Fandom Conference: Prague, Czech Republic (2014, november 10).
        • N. van Es & S.L. Reijnders (2013). ‘Capital Crime Cities’: Chasing Sleuths and Locating the Unknown in the Criminal and Mysterious Metropolis. ‘Locating Imagination’ International Kick-Off Conference: Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2013, november 15).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2013). Dark Movie Locations. Key note speech: iDTR International Dark Tourism Symposium. Amsterdam, 21-05-2013: Amsterdam (2013, mei 21).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2012). Close Encounters. Rituals of Proximity in the Age of Celebrity. Annual Conference of the Netherlands-Flanders Communication Association: Leuven, Belgium (2012, februari 9).
        • M.R. Sniekers & S.L. Reijnders (2012). Guilty Houses. Dealing with Places of Crime in Belgium (Dutroux), the United Kingdom (Wests), and Austria (Fritzl). European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) conference: Parijs (2012, juli 12).
        • Y. Dung & S.L. Reijnders (2012). Paris Off Screen: Analyzing the Chinese Tourist Experience of Cinematic Paris. International Communication Association Annual Conference: Phoenix (USA) (2012, mei 24 - 2012, mei 28).
        • M.R. Sniekers & S.L. Reijnders (2012). Guilty houses: a comparative research of the infamous homes of the Wests (UK), Dutroux (BE) and Fritzl (AT). Taboo Conference: Forli, Italy (2012, oktober 27).
        • S.L. Reijnders (2012). Tracking Dracula. Fiction, Heritage, Belonging. Museums and Communities: the Heritage of Belonging: Rotterdam (2012, november 8 - 2012, november 10).
      • S.L. Reijnders (2011, april 22). Filmlocaties in trek bij toeristen. Op zoek naar Baantjer in Amsterdam of Frodo in Queenstown. Algemeen Dagblad, pp. 13.
      • S.L. Reijnders (2011, mei 7). Je boek of film achterna. Parool, pp. 45.
      • S.L. Reijnders (2011, mei 4). Mediatoerisme. Toeristen verdringen zich op cruciale locaties van films en boeken. Wat klopt, en wat klopt niet? de Volkskrant, pp. V14-V15.
      • S.L. Reijnders (2011, juni 4). Plaatsen van verbeelding. Trouw, pp. W6-W7.
      • S.L. Reijnders (2011, april 30). Mediatoerist wil doen wat Dracula deed. NRC Handelsblad, pp. E24.
      • S. Kim & S.L. Reijnders (Ed.). (2018). Asia on my mind. Understanding film tourism in Asia. Singapore: Verlag
  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Arts & Culture Studies
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4088889
  • Raad van Toezicht Museum Rotterdam

    Start Date
    Jan/2016
    End Date
    Is current
    Place
    ROTTERDAM
    Specialty
    Cultureel erfgoed

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam