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Curriculum Vitae

Personalia

Name: Christianne Smit

Date of birth: November 10, 1968 .

 

Present occupation:

  • lecturer Political History, History Department, Faculty of Arts, Utrecht University, the Netherlands

PhD University of Amsterdam, 2002.

Titel dissertation: Omwille der billijkheid. De strijd over de invoering van de inkomstenbelasting in Nederland (For the sake of fairness. The struggle for the implementation of a Dutch income tax) ( Amsterdam : Wereldbibliotheek 2002) 365 pp.

Promotor: prof.dr. P. de Rooy.

 

(link to project outline)

 

Publications:

 

Articles:

  • '“Het heele luidloos-rottend ellende-monument der hoofdstad.” Aandacht voor sloppen in Amsterdam’, De Negentiende Eeuw 2004. 
  • ”Hunne scherpte van geest vrijwillig dienstbaar aan de verheffing der gezonkenen”. Toynbee-werk vanuit de universiteiten in Nederland’ (Toynbee-work at the universities in the Netherlands) , in: L.J. Dorsman en P.J. Knegtmans (eds.), Stille wijkplaatsen? Politiek aan de Nederlandse universiteiten sedert 1876 (Hilversum 2006) 25-34.
  • ‘The transfer of housing politics: the Dutch Housing Act of 1901’ (co author dr. D.J. Wolffram) forthcoming in the European Review of History 2007.

  • ‘International reform literature: indictment, guidance and inspiration’, in: Stefan Couperus, Christianne Smit and Dirk Jan Wolffram (red.), In Control of the City. Local Elites and the Dynamics of Urban Politics, 1800-1960 , forthcoming 2007.

  • 'Local Elites and Urban Politics: A Conceptual Framework' (co authors D.J. Wolffram and S. Couperus), in: Stefan Couperus, Christianne Smit and Dirk Jan Wolffram (red.), In Control of the City. Local Elites and the Dynamics of Urban Politics, 1800-1960 , forthcoming 2007.

  • ‘”Ons aller plicht om de menschheid te helpen (The duty of us all to help mankind)”: literary representation of Toynbee-work in the Netherlands around 1900’, conference volume Vision in Text and Image, forthcoming 2007.

  • '”Gij echtpaar, vol van deugd.’Huwelijk en sociaal werk rond 1900’ (‘Thou couple, full of virtue.’ Marriage and social work around 1900), Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, forthcoming 2007.

Papers:

  • ‘The influence of model housing: a “bitter cry” on the slums of Amsterdam ’, presented at the Political Transfer Conference, January 2004, Groningen .
  • International inspiration for social reform: Toynbee work in the Netherlands ’, presented at the European Social Science History Conference, March 2004, Berlin .  
  • ‘Hunne scherpte van geest vrijwillig dienstbaar aan de verheffing der gezonkenen’. Toynbee-werk van de universiteiten in Nederland (Toynbee-work at the universities in the Netherlands), presented May 2005 at the History of Dutch Universities Conference (Free University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands).

  • ‘De sociale fabriek van Van Marken: arbeiden in “Heilige Gemeenschap”’ (The social factory of Van Marken: working in “Sacred Community”), presented May 2005 at the inauguration of the Kossmann Institute for Historical Research (University of Groningen, the Netherlands).

  •  ‘International reform literature: indictment, guidance and inspiration’, presented September 2005 at the Local Elites Conference (University of Groningen).

  • ‘Building a community: the Agneta-park in Delft, the Netherlands’ presented September 2005 at the Local Elites Conference (University of Groningen).

  • ‘”Ons aller plicht om de menschheid te helpen (The duty of us all to help mankind)”: literary representation of Toynbee-work in the Netherlands around 1900’, presented October 2005 at the ICOG conference Vision in Text and Image, (University of Groningen).

  • ‘Fatsoenlijk vertier’ (Decent diversion), Introduction at the workshop Fatsoenlijk vertier. Geciviliseerde vrijetijdsbesteding voor arbeiders vanaf 1870 (Decent diversion. Civilised recreation for workers from 1870), November 2006 (University of Groningen).

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