NASA is a diverse community. Its members come from different academic fields and cultural backgrounds. This directory gives a snapshot of such a variety and helps to grasp “who’s who” in the Dutch American Studies scene.
Adelsbergen, Anita van:
Translations, interpreting, (tv) journalist, presenter, conference chair, seminar speaking
20th- and 21st-Century U.S. Popular Culture (particular Television and TV Series), Men and Masculinity Studies, Gender Studies and Intersectional Theory, Audience Reception Studies
U.S. cultural and literary history
U.S. foreign policy and the history of transatlantic relations.
U.S. History, Social and Economic History, War on Poverty, U.S. Domestic Policy, U.S. Welfare, and Rhetoric
U.S. Political and Reform Movements
Cultural studies, intersection between American visual culture and politics
Groenendijk-de Vos, Tanja:
U.S. Political System, US Elections, Transatlantic Relations, Pilgrims who left from Rotterdam, Transatlantic migrants, who left from Rotterdam, US Supreme Court, Early NL/US business relations, How the US States got their shapes
Martinez, Anne M:
U.S.-Mexican relations, U.S.-Mexico border, Catholicism, Catholic Missionary Work with People of Colour, Nationalism, Race
van Ravenhorst, Bert:
The United States in the 1960s, especially poverty. I did research on The War on Poverty
The history of slavery and African-American history
Vries, Mark Leon de:
Civil War and Reconstruction, (Electoral) politics, race relations, anti-Americanism, Supreme court, (neo)conservatism, civil rights
Early & 19th-century American literature; early African American literature; American Studies; circum-Atlantic periodicals & print culture.