dr. P.C.M. (Nelleke) Bakker

UHD - associate professor

dr. P.C.M. (Nelleke) Bakker
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p.c.m.bakker rug.nl

Research

  1. 2019
  2. Bakker, N. (2019). Professional expertise and the admission of pupils to the Dutch schools for children with learning and behavioral difficulties (1949-1990). Paper presented at Annual Conference of the German History of Education Society (Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Erziehungsgeschichte), .
  3. 2018
  4. Bakker, N. (2018). Moving between homes: The diagnostic observation of girls in a Dutch reformatory in the 1950s. Paper presented at Biannual conference of the Children's History Society, London, United Kingdom.
  5. 2017
  6. 2016
  7. Bakker, N. (2016). A healthy body: School doctors and the meaning of physical child health: the case of the Netherlands (c. 1930-1970). Paper presented at ISCHE 38 Conference on Education and the Body, Chicago, United States.
  8. 2015
  9. 2014
  10. 2013
  11. Bakker, N. (2013). Brain injury and the development of special education as an academic field of study in the Netherlands c. 1955-1985. Paper presented at Reviewed? Renewed? Revisited? Philosophy and History of Educational Research, Louvain, Belgium.
  12. 2012
  13. Bakker, N. (2012). The reception of attention deficit labels developed in the USA: The case of the Netherlands (1945-1980). Paper presented at Conference ‘Aufmerksamheit’, Erziehungswissenschaft Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (Attention: Historical, theoretical and empirical perspectives on an educational phenomenon)

    , Berlin, Germany.
  14. Bakker, N. (2012). Westward bound: cultural transfer and the case of child rearing in the Netherlands. Paper presented at ISCHE 34 Internationalisation in education, Geneva, Switzerland.
  15. Bakker, N. (2012). Onderzoek naar seksueel misbruik in de jeugdzorg (keynote). Paper presented at 100 jaar gevaarlijk jong, Ghent, Belgium.
  16. 2011
  17. Bakker, P., & Amsing, H. (2011). Comprehensive education: lost in the mi(d)st of a debate: Dutch politicians on equal opportunities in secondary schooling (1965-1979). Paper presented at International Standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE) 33, San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
  18. Bakker, N. (2011). The work of the Committee Samson in the Netherlands. Paper presented at Tagung Deutscher Jugendinstitut & Kommission Bergmann – Sexuelles Kindermisbrauch in Institutionen, , Berlin, Germany.
  19. Bakker, N. (2011). Leren van het verleden? Een schets van een eeuw Nederlandse onderwijsgeschiedenis. Paper presented at De toekomst van de onderwijsgeschiedenis, Netwerk Onderwijsgeschiedenis Nederland-België, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  20. 2010
  21. 2009
  22. Bakker, N., & Amsing, H. (2009). The discovery of inequality: educational research in the Netherlands in the 1950s. Paper presented at ISCHE 31 Educating the people, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  23. 2007
  24. Bakker, N. (2007). An attractive disease: Children and neurasthenia in the Netherlands. Paper presented at ISCHE 29 Children at risk, Hamburg, Germany.
  25. Bakker, N., & de Beer, F. (2007). De gevaren van het schoolgaan: De invoering van medische schoolinspectie als kwaliteitszorg. Paper presented at Landelijke Pedagogendag , Groningen, Netherlands.
  26. Bakker, N. (2007). Kilo’s en koolhydraten: Nederlandse vakantiekolonies en de medicalisering van het “zwakke” kind (1883-1940). Paper presented at Seminar "Kinderen in gevaar" BNVGOO, Rotterdam, United Kingdom.
  27. 2006
  28. Bakker, N., & de Beer, F. (2006). The early years of the Dutch school medical service. Paper presented at Education, Health and Social Welfare, London, United Kingdom.
  29. Bakker, N. (2006). Sunshine as medicine: Medicalization of Dutch childhood (c. 1900-1960). Paper presented at Annual Conference of the British History of Education Society, London, United Kingdom.
  30. 2004
  31. Bakker, N. (2004). Cylinders and seances: Elise van Calcar and the spirit of Froebel in the Netherlands. Paper presented at ISCHE 26 Educational reform, Geneva, Switzerland.
  32. 2001
  33. Bakker, N. (2001). Child guidance and mental health: The case of the Netherlands. Paper presented at European Association for the History of Medicine and Health, "Health and the child", Geneva, Switzerland.
  34. Bakker, N. (2001). Het kind en de geestelijke volksgezondheid. Paper presented at Landelijke Pedagogendag , Nijmegen, Netherlands.
  35. 2000
  36. Bakker, N., & Wubs, J. (2000). A mysterious success: Doctor Spock and the Netherlands. Paper presented at ISCHE 22 Books in Education, Alcala de Henares, Spain.
  37. Bakker, N. (2000). A harmless disease: children and neurasthenia in the Netherlands. Paper presented at Anglo-German-Dutch Workshop "Neurasthenia and Society, late 19th century and early 20th century", Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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