Drift en koers : de levens van Hilda Verwey-Jonker (1908-2004)

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Drift en koers : de levens van Hilda Verwey-Jonker (1908-2004)

Type: Doctoral Thesis
Title: Drift en koers : de levens van Hilda Verwey-Jonker (1908-2004)
Author: Steen, Margaretha Wilhelmina Francisca van der
Publisher: Uitgeverij Bert Bakker, Amsterdam
Issue Date: 2011-02-24
Keywords: Biography
Dutch history
Feminism
History
Political history
Protestantism
Refugees / migrants
Socialism
Sociology
Abstract: Drift en koers (Passion and control) is the first scientific biography on the Dutch socialist, sociologist and feminist Hilda Verwey-Jonker (1908-2004). She is best known for the introduction of the word allochtonen (foreigner/alien) in the Dutch discourse and has very been influential in improving the (legal) status of especially married women. The questions her autobiography provoke were the starting point of my research. I present the results of my investigations into her lives as a passionate socialist, Protestant, intellectual, governor, expert in the field of refugee and migrant issues, ‘grey panther’ and mother of four children in fourteen chapters and fifty images. In the epilogue I present answers to the questions Verwey-Jonkers memoires raise and connect them with the notion that women are not supposed to fight in public. I thus present a new explanation for the very slow entry of women into Dutch parliamentary politics
Description: Promotor: Henk te Velde
With summary in English
Faculty: Faculteit der Letteren
Citation: Steen, M.W.F. van der, 2011, Doctoral thesis, Leiden University
Sponsor: Fonds voor Bijzondere Journalistieke Projecten SER/Stichting Instituut Gak Stichting Democratie en Media Stichting De Born
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/16533
 

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