dr. B.E. (Brenda) Bartelink

Senior researcher (postdoc)


Research units:

Postal address:
Oude Boteringestraat38
9712 GK
Phone: +31 50 363 8017Fax: +31 50 363 6200
  1. 2020
  2. Bartelink, B., & Le Roux, E. (2020). What is in a name? Identifying the harm in 'harmful traditional practices'. In O. Wilkinson, & K. Kraft (Eds.), International Development and Local Faith Actors: Ideological and Cultural Encounters (Routledge Research in Religion and Development). Routledge.
  3. Bartelink, B., & Wiering, J. (Accepted/In press). Speaking the Body: Examining the Intersections of Sexuality, Secularity and Religion in Dutch Sexuality Education. . In K. Pilcher, & S-J. Page (Eds.), Embodying Religion: Contemporary Perspectives on Gender and Sexualities Routledge.
  4. Bartelink, B. (Accepted/In press). The ambivalence of the immanent: Human security and the development response to HIV and AIDS in Uganda. In J. Tarusarira, & E. Chitando (Eds.), Themes in Religion and Human Security Routledge, Taylor and Francis group.
  5. Bartelink, B., & Wilson, E. (2020). The spiritual is political: Reflecting on gender, religion and secularism in international development. In K. Kraft, & O. Wilkinson (Eds.), International Development Actors and Local Faith Communities: Ideological and Cultural Encounters (1 ed.). [section 1] (Routledge Research in Religion and Development). Routledge.
  6. 2019
  7. Knibbe, K., & Bartelink, B. (2019). Gender: Religion, Secularism, and Women’s Empowerment. In B. Schewel, & E. K. Wilson (Eds.), Religion and European Society: A Primer (pp. 125–141). John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
  8. 2014
  9. Bartelink, B., & Meinema, E. (2014). Contested Sexualities and Shared Concerns: Power dynamics in a transnational network of faith-based organizations. In Strings Attached: Aids and the Rise of Transnational Connections in Africa (pp. 155-172). (Proceedings of the British Academy ; Vol. 194). Oxford University Press.
  10. Bartelink, B. (2014). The fifty shades of grey in Religion and Sexuality. In F. Kaulingfreks (Ed.), Social Innovation in Practice (pp. 24-31). Association for Progressive Communications and Hivos.
  11. 2011
  12. Bartelink, B., & Buitelaar, M. (2011). The challenges of incorporating Muslim women’s views into development policy: analysis of a Dutch action research project in Yemen. In E. Tomalin (Ed.), Gender, faith and development (Working in Gender and Development). Rugby, Warwickshire : Practical Action Publishing Oxfam GB.
  13. 2010
  14. Bartelink, B. (2010). Rituelen maken het verschil. Religie en ontwikkelingssamenwerking in Nederland. In J. E. A. Kroesen, Y. B. Kuiper, & P. G. T. Nanninga (Eds.), Religie en cultuur in hedendaags Nederland. Observaties en interpretaties (pp. 117 - 125). Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum.
  15. 2009
  16. Bartelink, B., & Pape, U. D. (2009). Introduction. In B. Bartelink, & U. Pape (Eds.), Political, social and religious dimensions in the fight against HIV/AIDS: Negotiating worldviews, facing practical challenges (Vol. no. 28, pp. 5 - 16). (CDS Research Paper). Groningen: Centre for Development Studies.
  17. Bartelink, B. (2009). The Devil’s Advocate: A religious studies perspective on Dutch discourses on religion and development. In C. De Pater, & I. Dankelman (Eds.), Religion and Sustainable Development: Opportunities and Challenges for Higher Education (Vol. 46). (Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change ; Vol. 46). Berlin : LIT Verlag.

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