Publicaties

Naast mijn recent gepubliceerde boek “The Burden of Nationality. Dutch citizenship policies towards German nationals in the aftermath of the Second World War (1944-1967)” heb ik andere, Nederlandstalige en Engelstalige publicaties op mijn naam staan.

Internationale publicaties

Marijke van Faassen en Marieke Oprel, Paper trails to private lives. Performative power of card indexes through time and space in: Information and Power in History.Towards a global approach (edited by Marijke van Faassen, Joris Gijsenbergh, Wim de Jong, Ida Nijenhuis, Ronald Sluijter) [geaccepteerd, verwacht eind 2019].

Marieke Oprel, “The Archive as Narrator? Narratives of German ‘Enemy Citizens’ in the Netherlands after 1945” in: Narratives of War: Remembering and Chronicling Battle in twentieth-century Europe (edited by Nanci Adler, Remco Ensel and Michael Wintle) [geaccepteerd, verwacht juni 2019].

Marieke Oprel, “Identifying ‘enemy citizens’. Dutch (de-)enemisation policies towards German nationals (1944-1967)” in: Francia, Journal for Forschungen zur westeuropäischen Geschichte 44 (2017), 403-414.

Marieke Oprel, “Post-war politicians reviewed”, in: European Journal for Life Writing 5 (2016), 3-15.

Marieke Oprel, “Imaginary Trials. War crime trials and memory in the former Yugoslavia (Review), in: Journal of Politics and Society (2016) 64: 2, 267-270.

Marieke Oprel, “Angela Merkel. The Chancellor and her world” (Review), in: European Journal for Life Writing no. 3 (2014): 7-11.

Nederlandstalige publicaties

Marieke Oprel, “1944. ‘Afrekenen’ met de vijand in”: Wereldgeschiedenis van Nederland (Huygens Instituut/Ambo Anthos 2018).

Marieke Oprel, ‘Vijand door haar huwelijk’ in: Historica. Tijdschrift voor Vrouwengeschiedenis 3 (2017) 4-8.

Marieke Oprel, “Bewijsnood. De dynamiek van staatsburgerschap” in: Archievenblad 10 (2017) 14-16.

Marieke Oprel, “Twickel als Vijandelijk Vermogen” in: Twickelblad no.2 (Juni 2015). 

Marieke Oprel, “(On)eigenlijk onteigend?”, Kasteelkatern 14-37 (2012): 3-7.

Overig 

Themacolumns t.b.v. Maand van de Geschiedenis:         

Een land van kleine gebaren (2018)

Was ist Heimat für Sie? (2016)

Voor blogs zie de website historici.nl

Presentaties en lezingen (selectie)

Maart 2019      Victim, Perpetrator and Bystander? Auslandspfarrer Hans Fischer, The bystander in Holocaust History, Booklaunch/Graduierten Kolleg, Amsterdam.

Dec. 2018           Duitsers als vijandelijke onderdanen. Lezing op uitnodiging van B’nai B’rith Loge Hilleel, Haarlem.

Sept. 2018         Enemy or Alien? Classifying German citizens in Dutch (de-)enemisation policies in the aftermath of WWII, 52ndHistorikertag, Münster, Duitsland

Juni 2018           Actors for whom? Double layered actorness in Dutch policies towards German enemy citizens post-1945, 6thInternational PhD Conference APH, Sciences Po, Parijs, Frankrijk. 

Categorisation. Classification. Confiscation. Dealing with enemy property in the Netherlands in the aftermath of WWII, Workshop Property Right in Wartime, Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Napels, Italië.

Mei 2018            Germans as enemy citizens: work in progress, Lezing Institute for Global Studies, Aarhus University, Denemarken.

Nov. 2017          From strangers to enemies. Investigating Dutch policies towards German nationals in the aftermath of WWII, Workshop Citizenship and belonging in Europe. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Villa Vigoni, Menaggio/Como, Italië. 

Okt. 2017           Classifying German enemy citizens. Digitising Dutch politics of (de)enemisation in the aftermath of WWII 2.0, GSA seminar the Future of Digital Humanities, GSA Atlanta, VS. 

Aug. 2017           Bewijsnood: Vijand door haar huwelijk, Historicidagen Utrecht. 

Juli 2017             Double deprived. German Jews in the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the aftermath of WWII, Max and Hilde Kochmann Summer School, Sussex, Engeland.

Juni 2017           Germans as enemy citizens. A post-war history project in progress, 5th International PhD conference APH, Jyväskyla, Finland.

Maart 2017      Along and against the archival grain. Defining flows of information and mechanisms of power in Dutch post-war policies towards German enemy citizens, International Conference Information and Power in History, Huygens Institute/Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. 

Dec. 2016           “Wir” und die “Anderen”. Defining German nationals in the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the aftermath of the Second World War, Graduierten Kolleg DIA, Amsterdam.

Okt. 2016           German (as) enemy citizens, Conferentie Research School for Political History, Haus der Niederlande, Münster, Duitsland.

Sept. 2016         ‘Mapping German Enemy Citizens’, Digitising Dutch politics of (de)enemisation in the aftermath of the Second World War, German Studies Association (GSA), San Diego, VS.                 

Juli 2016             Occupied by the Germans. German enemy citizens in the Netherlands. Conferentie ‘Occupied Societies in Western Europe: Conflict and Encounter in the 20th Century’, Arbeitskreis Deutsch-Niederländische Geschichte (ADNG), Essen, Duitsland. 

Mei 2016            Germans as enemy citizens: restorative justice? Seminar on legal philosophy. Tilburg University, Tilburg

Feb. 2016           The Archive as Narrator? Narratives of German enemy citizens in the Netherlands after 1945. Huizinga Institute for Cultural History, Conferentie ‘Narratives of War’, Amsterdam.

Dec. 2016           The citizen and the German. Defining citizenship in Dutch policies towards German nationals in the aftermath of the Second World War. DAAD Doktorandenkonferenz, Maastricht en Bonn. 

Okt. 2015           Maintaining order and security in Transnational Europe. A post-war case study. Workshop Understanding Political History in and beyond the Nation State, Research School Political History, Universiteit Leiden.

Transitional oder transnational justice?. Deutsche in den Niederlanden nach dem Zweiten        Weltkrieg. Conferentie ‘Bilateral, Regional oder Europäisch? ’, Arbeitskreis Deutsch-Niederländische Geschichte (ADNG), Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen.

Sept. 2015         Bystanders or outsiders? German enemy citizens in the Netherlands after 1945 Masterclass,  international conference “Probing the limits of categorization. The ‘Bystander’ in Holocaust History’, UvA, Amsterdam.

Mei 2015            Friend, foe or female. Defining gender distinctions in the Dutch process of transitiona justice after WWII. Symposium on Occupation, Transitional Justice and Gender, Ulster University Belfast, Ierland. 

Maart 2015      Histories of belonging and othering. Redress without regard? German enemy subjects and their senses of (trans)national belonging in the Netherlands after 1945. Symposium Biographies of Belonging, VU, Amsterdam.

Nov. 2014 “Fremde, Feinde, Freunde”. Die niederländische Entfeindungspolitik nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg. Conferentie Arbeitskreis Deutsch-Niederländische Geschichte (ADNG), Keulen, Duitsland.