Publications of Waaldijk, B.

Pető A. Tuning Empires. Teaching Transnational Citizenship and Empires. In: Waaldijk B, editor. The making of European women's studies : a work in progress report on curriculum development and related issues in gender education and research. Vol IX. University of Utrecht: Athena; 2009. p. 28-31.

Gender and citizenship in a multicultural context

The articles in this book share a dedication to broadening and stretching the scholarly field of feminist citizenship studies and invite the reader to reflect on the many different ways citizenship is formed in contemporary Europe. They do so by stretching the concept of citizenship itself, going beyond legalistic definitions, and by asking new questions about the ways in which citizenship is constructed, the entitlements to benefits, and to social and political participation, how cultures of knowledge allow participation and how inclusion and exclusion can be represented. In all cases «gender» is one of the categories that allow a deeper insight and a better perception of the way the ideals of citizenship have helped people to overcome exclusion. As the articles show, access to citizenship differs from context to context. Citizenship is never only a legal status: it has to do with cultural diversity, with recognition of difference, with access to professions and hierarchies on the labour market, not least in universities with traditions in political as well as visual representation. The collection is an introduction to new research in the field of European gender studies.

Pető A, Waaldijk B. Theoretical Introduction. In: Demokraticheskij perehod I gender: uprazsnenie prapoditelnica” – Democratic Change and Gender: the “fore-mother” exercise. Budapest: International Center for Democratic Change; 2008. p. 15-35.

Teaching with memories: European women's histories in international and interdisciplinary classrooms

Teaching with Memories discusses the ways in which one can use the assignment to write the life story of a "foremother" as an educational tool. This book includes descriptions of good practice, short articles about the analysis of specific sources, annotated bibliographies, and a wealth of examples of assignments and questions that will help teachers within or outside institutions of higher education to work with this format. The book offers reflections on the way women's historians can connect research on women's memory with teaching in different European contexts.

Pető A. A photograph. In: Pető A, Waaldijk B, editors. Teaching with memories : European women's histories in international and interdisciplinary classrooms. Galway: Women's Studies Centre NUI Galway; 2006. p. 46-50.
Pető A. All the countries of our foremothers were colonised by Russians except Yugoslavia. In: Pető A, Waaldijk B, editors. Teaching with memories : European women's histories in international and interdisciplinary classrooms. Galway: Women's Studies Centre NUI Galway; 2006. p. 125-36.
Pető A. Minutes of an Official Meeting. In: Pető A, Waaldijk B, editors. Teaching with Memories. European Women’s Histories in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms. Galway: Women’s Studies Center; 2006. p. 32-6.
Pető A, Waaldijk B. Her present is my past : Teaching with memories in Women's Studies summer schools. In: Pető A, Waaldijk B, editors. Teaching with Memories : European Women’s Histories in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms. Galway: National Univ. of Ireland; 2006. p. 118-25.
Pető A, Waaldijk B. Memories, Histories and Narratives. In: The making of European women's studies : a work in progress report on curriculum development and related issues in gender education and research. Utrecht: Utrecht University; 2004. p. 173-6. (ATHENA-Advanced Thematic Network in Activities in Women's Studies in Europe).
Pető A, Waaldijk B. Writing Women’s Lives of Foremothers, The History and Future of a Feminist Teaching Tool. In: The making of European women's studies : a work in progress report on curriculum development and related issues in gender education and research. Utrecht: ATHENA Advanced Thematic Network in Activities in Women's Studies in Europe Universiteit Utrecht; 2002. p. 149-62.