mw. prof. dr. M. (Marieke) de Goede
Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Transnational Configurations, Conflict and Governance
1018 WV Amsterdam
Marieke de Goede is Professor of Politics, with a focus on 'Europe in a Global Order,' at the Department of Politics of the University of Amsterdam
Previously, she worked as Senior Lecturer at the Department of European Studies of the University of Amsterdam. She received her doctorate in International Politics from the University of Newcastle in 2001. She previously held the Vera List Fellowship at the Graduate Faculty of the New School University in New York (1997-1998) and a post-doctoral Fellowship of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) (2001-2003).
MA programme EU in a Global Order
The Master's programme in European Union in a Global Order provides students with atheoretical and empirical understanding of the EU's external relations.The programme hasadual focus on the internal determination of the EU's external relations and actions and the impact of global developments, challenges and threats on foreign policy-making at the European and Member State level.
Catharina van Tussenbroek Fonds
The Catharina van Tussenbroek Fonds financially supports early-career female university researchers who would like to spend time abroad for their research. I am a member of the governing board. For more information, see the fund's website:
Environment and Planning D
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space is an international and interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for the discussion of the mutually constitutiverelationbetweenthe social andthe spatial. I am a member of the advisory board.
Journal of Cultural Economy
Journal of Cultural Economy is concerned with the role played by various forms of material cultural practice in the organisation of the economy and the social, and of the relations between them. I am a member of the editorial board.
Adviesraad Internationale Vraagstukken (AIV)
The AIV advises the Dutch government on matters of International Relations and Foreign Policy. I am a member of its Committee on Peace & Security ( Comissie Vrede & Veiligheid ).
European Security Culture
NWO-funded VIDI project. For more information, click on the tab at the top of this page.
Data Wars: New Spaces of Governing in the European Fight Against Terrorism
In the aftermath of the events of 9/11, political debates and public investigations emphasised the problem of locating information about risk and threat in advance of a terrorist attack. The idea that data offer the solution to problems of security risk has quickly established itself at the forefront of what has come to be known as the war on terror. Financial information occupies a special place within data-led security practices, because it is assumed to be able to reveal'blueprints' of terrorist networks. The goal of this research project is to map and analyse the reconfigured spaces of governing that are emerging through the deployment of financial information in the European war on terror.
Data Wars is an NWO-ESRC sponsored Bilateral Research Project in coorperation with theUniversity of Durham, UK.
The 9/11 Effect: Art and Cultural Politics in Post-9/11Europe
Immediately after 9/11, it was asserted that art and literature could not matter much. However, it has become clear that the politics of fighting the war on terror intimately depends upon a landscape of cultural production. If the spectacle of 9/11 was a symbolic targeting, then so too have been the political and military responses taking place in the name of the "war on terror". This research group has assembled around the premise that a thorough understanding of contemporary modes of governing in Europe has to include an analysis of the diversity of ways in which visual culture and cultural representation play a role in their constitution. Joint project with, amongst others, Dr. Jaap Kooijman, Dr. Joyce Goggin and Dr. Margriet Schavemakers.
Risk and the War on Terror , Co-edited with Louise Amoore (2008)
Risk and the Waron Terror offers an interdisciplinary set of contributions which debate and analyze both the empirical manifestations of risk inthe War on Terror and their theoretical implications. From border controls and biometrics to financial targeting and policing practice, the imperative to deploy public and private data in order to'connect the dots' of terrorism risk raises important questions for social scientists and practitioners alike.
Virtue, Fortune and Faith: A Genealogy of Finance , University ofMinnesota Press, 2005.
Less than two centuries ago finance-today viewed as the center of economic necessity and epitome of scientific respectability-stood condemned as disreputable fraud. How this change in status came about, and what it reveals about the nature of finance, is the story told in Virtue, Fortune, and Faith . A unique cultural history of modern financial markets from the early eighteenth century to the present day, the book offers a genealogical reading of the historical insecurities, debates, and controversies that had to be purged from nascent credit practices in order to produce the image of today's coherent and-largely-rational global financial sphere.
International Political Economy and Poststructural Politics , Palgra ve, 2006.
This edited volume brings together leading scholars to debate the promises of poststructural politics within the study of the International Political Economy (IPE). The volume offers a sustained theoretical dialogue on the meaning of discourse,identity, and representation for practices of political economy. It addresses the boundaries of the discipline of IPE and interrogates how a poststructuralpolitics challenges these boundaries to include, for example, thepolitics of everyday life and the politics of identity and resistance.
This literature study on the financing of terrorism (in Dutch) examines available public evidence concerning the financing of terrorism, evaluates existing policy measures and makes anumber of policy recommendations. It was offered to the Dutch Counterterrorism Coordinator (NCTb) in 2007.
Articles & chapters
The SWIFT Affair and the Constitution of the European Security Community , Journal of Common Market Studies , accepted for publicartion, forthcoming 2011/2012.
Risky Geographies: Aid and Enmity in Pakistan , with Louise Amoore, Environment and Planning D: Society & Space , 29: 193-202, 2011
Preemption, Precaution: Arts and Technologies of the Actionable Future
with Samuel Randalls. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 27 (5), 2009: 859-878.
Finance and the Excess: The Politics of Visibility in the Credit Crisis
Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 16 (2), 2009: 299-310.
The Politics of Preemption and the War on Terror in Europe
European Journal of International Relations 14 (1) 2008, 161-185.
Beyond Risk: Premediation and the Post-9/11 Security Imagination.
Security Dialogue 39 (2-3) 2008, 155-176.
Transactions After 9/11: The Banal Face of the Preemptive Strike
with LouiseAmoore, Transactionsof the Institute of British Geographers 33 (2), 2008, 173-185.
Money, Media and the Anti-politics of Terrorist Finance
European Journal of Cultural Studies 11 (3), 289-310. Special issue on 'Anti-politics,' edited by William Walters.
Cultural Critique 65 (1) 2007, 140-163.
Financial Regulation in the War on Terror
in Libby Assassi, Duncan Wigan andAnastasia Nesvetailova (eds) After Deregulation: Global Finance in the New Century. London: Palgrave, 2006
'DeNederlandse OorlogtegenTerrorismefinanciering in Mondiaal Perspectief
Vrede & Veiligheid , 35 (2) 2006, 118-136.
Introduction: International Political Economy and the Promises of Poststructural Politics
in Marieke de Goede (ed) International Political Economy and Poststructueal Politics, London: Palgrave, 2006.
with Louise Amoore 'Governance, Risk and Dataveillance in the War on Terror
Crime, Law and Social Change 43 (2), 2005, 149-173.
'Carnival of Money: Politics of Dissent in an Era of Globalising Finance
in Louise Amoore (ed.) The Global Resistance Reader , Routledge,2005, pp. 379-391.
Repoliticising Financial Risk
Economy & Society , 33 (2), 2004, 197-217.
Hawala Discourses and the War onTerrorist Finance
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 21 (5), 2003, pp. 513-532.
Beyond Economism in International Political Economy
Reviewof International Studies 29 (1), 2003, pp. 79-97.
Discourses of Scientific Finance and the Failure of Long-Term Capital Management
New Political Economy 6 (2), 2001, pp. 149-170
Foto: Jeroen Oerlemans
Transnational Configurations, Conflict and Governance
This research project is embedded in the Transnational Configurations, Conflict and Governance' research group of the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR). For more information about this programme, follow the link below.
European Security Culture: Threat Perception, Risk and Preemption
In the context of the fight against terrorism and other contemporary security issues, it is often asserted that Europe 's role in the world is affected by a distinctly European perspective on security matters. There is a widespread idea that Europe is more normative,multilateral, and respectful of human rights than other global powers, especially the US . Notions of cosmopolitanEurope or normative Europe are important inacademic debates as well as in policy discussions.
At the same time however, European governments and the European Union have demonstrated themselves to be keen supporters of preemptive security measures, including the deployment of commercial data for security decisions, blacklisting and asset-freezing, and fighting radicalisation. This involves a turn to what Louise Amoore ( Durham University ) and I have called 'banal preemption', through the deployment of risk technologies and mundane commercial data for security purposes. This research project, funded by the NWO Vidi programme, investigates the existence of a security culture in the European Union, and aims to describe, analyse and appraise such culture. Such culture has a bearing on the specific definitions of threat and security deployed within European security establishments, as well as on the prioritisation of political action.
What is novel about the project proposed here is its deployment of the term 'culture' in order to investigate how European security practice is affected by factors that exceed the political and institutional structures of the EU. We aim to broaden the concept of security culture beyond notions of national histories and norms, in order to develop a truly interdisciplinary perspective on the mutual implication of culturally mediated threat perceptions, institutional imaginaries and policy adjudication. The project seeks to foster a dialogue between social sciences literatures on securitisation and threat perception (as developed, for example, in the work of Lene Hansen, David Campbell, Jef Huysmans and Didier Bigo), and humanities literatures on the culturally mediated nature of modern violence (as developed, for example, in the work of Richard Grusin, Rita Raley, J. David Slocum and Jaap Kooijman).
The project deploys the lens of the fight against terrorism in Europe as the case studies through which the influence of threat perceptions on the Europeansecurity agenda is tested. In a time when the European Union openly struggles with its political and military role in the post-9/11 global order, this research problem has academic urgency as well as societal relevance. The project devotes specific attention to the culture of preemption in European security practice, and has an empirical focus on the politics of asset-freezing, risk analysis, critical infrastructure protection and the prevention of radicalisation.
Key research questions
1. What is meant, precisely, by the term 'culture' in the context of historically evolving European security cooperation? What theoretical tools do we have to conceptualise a European security culture and how is such culture empirically and historically knowable?
2. How is the threat of terrorism understood and communicated in key EU policy documents? How were the terrorist attacks in Madrid in 2004 and London in 2005 represented in media, and to what extent have these been appropriated in European policy discourse? What policy priorities and adjudication principles emerged from these particular European understandings of the threat of terrorism?
3. What is the role of preemption, precaution and premediation in the contemporary European security culture? How are preemptive counterterror policies including asset-freezing implemented across the Union ? How can such policies be understood, analysed and opened to a broader public debate?
Louise Amoore and Marieke de Goede, M. (2008) ' Transactions After 9/11: The Banal Face of the Preemptive Strike,' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 33 (2), 173-185.
Marieke de Goede and Samuel Randalls (2009) 'Preemption, Precaution: Arts and Technologies of the Actionable Future,'Environment and Planning D: Society and Space
27 (5): 857-878.
Marieke de Goede (2008) 'The Politics of Preemption and the War on Terror in Europe ,' European Journal of International Relations 14 (1) , 161-185.
Marieke de Goede (2008) 'Beyond Risk: Premediation and the Post-9/11 Security Imagination,' Security Dialogue 39 (2/3), 155-176.
- M. de Goede, S.J. Simon & M. Hoijtink (2014). Performing preemption. Security Dialogue, 45 (5), 411-422.
- M. de Goede (2014). Introduction: The Politics of Privacy in an Age of Preemptive Security. International Political Sociology, 8 (1), 100-104.
- M. de Goede (2014). Preemption Contested: Suspect Spaces and Preventability in the July 7 Inquest. Political Geography, 39, 48-57. doi: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2013.08.001
- M. de Goede & B. de Graaf (2013). Sentencing Risk: Temporality and Precaution in Terrorism Trials. International Political Sociology, 7 (3), 313-331. doi: 10.1111/ips.12025
- G. Sullivan & M. de Goede (2013). Between Law and the Exception: The UN 1267 Ombudsperson as a Hybrid Model of Legal Expertise. Leiden Journal of International Law, 26 (04), 833-854. doi: 10.1017/S0922156513000435
- M. de Goede & S. Simon (2013). Governing future radicals in Europe. Antipode, 45 (2), 315-335. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8330.2012.01039.x
- M. de Goede (2012). Speculative security: the politics of pursuing terrorist monies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. http://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/speculative-security
- M. Wesseling, M. de Goede & L. Amoore (2012). Data wars beyond surveillance: opening the black box of SWIFT. Journal of Cultural Economy, 5 (1), 49-66. doi: 10.1080/17530350.2012.640554
- L. Amoore & M. de Goede (2012). Introduction: data and the war by other means. Journal of Cultural Economy, 5 (1), 3-8. doi: 10.1080/17530350.2012.640548
- M. de Goede (2012). The SWIFT affair and the global politics of European security. Journal of Common Market Studies, 50 (2), 214-230. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-5965.2011.02219.x
- M. de Goede (2012). Fighting the Network: A Critique of the Network as a Security Technology. Distinktion, 13 (3), 215-232. doi: 10.1080/1600910X.2012.697073
- L. Amoore & M. de Goede (2011). Risky geographies: aid and enmity in Pakistan. Environment and Planning D - Society & Space, 29 (2), 193-202. doi: 10.1068/d2902ed2
- M. de Goede (2011). Blacklisting and the ban: contesting targeted sanctions in Europe. Security Dialogue, 42 (6), 499-515. doi: 10.1177/0967010611425368
- M. de Goede (2009). Finance and the Excess: the Politics of Visibility in the Credit Crisis. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen, 16 (2), 295-306.
- M. de Goede & S. Randalls (2009). Precaution, preemption: arts and technologies of the actionable future. Environment and Planning D - Society & Space, 27 (5), 859-878. doi: 10.1068/d2608
- L. Amoore & M. de Goede (2008). Transactions after 9/11: the banal face of the preemptive strike. Transactions - Institute of British Geographers, 33 (2), 173-185.[go to publisher's site]
- M. de Goede (2008). Money, media and the anti-politics of terrorist finance. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 11 (3), 289-310. doi: 10.1177/1367549408091845
- M. de Goede (2008). Beyond risk: premediation and the post-9/11 security imagination. Security Dialogue, 39 (2-3), 155-176.
- M. de Goede (2008). The politics of preemption and the War on Terror in Europe. European Journal of International Relations, 14 (1), 161-185.[go to publisher's site]
- M. de Goede (2007). 'Underground Money'. Cultural Critique, 65 (1), 140-163.
- M. de Goede (2006). International Political Economy and Poststructural Politics. Londen: Palgrave.
- M. de Goede (2006). 'De Nederlandse Oorlog Tegen Terrorismefinanciering in Mondiaal Perspectief'. Vrede en Veiligheid, 35 (2), 118-136.
- M. de Goede (2005). Virtue, fortune and faith: a genealogy of finance. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. http://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/virtue-fortune-and-faith
- M. de Goede & L. Amoore (2005). Governance, Risk and Dataveillance in the War on Terror. Crime, Law and Social Change, 43 (2), 149-173.
- M. de Goede (2004). Repoliticizing Financial Risk. Economy & Society, 33 (2), 197-217.
- M. de Goede (2003). Hawala Discourses and the War on Terrorist Finance. Environment and Planning D - Society & Space, 21 (5), 513-532.
- M. de Goede (2003). Beyond Economism in International Political Economy. Review of International Studies, 29 (1), 79-97.
- M. de Goede (2013). Assemblage, power, resistance: a rejoinder. Political Geography, 32, 57-60. doi: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2012.09.002
- S.J. Simon & M. de Goede (2012). Risky technologies and speculative futures: Cybersecurity and scenario planning in the EU. In Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.
- M. de Goede (2011). Data-analyse en precriminele veiligheid in de strijd tegen terrorisme. Krisis, 2011 (3), 59-65.[go to publisher's site]
- S.J. Simon & M. de Goede (2011). Future radicals and the EU security assemblage. In Ten Years of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism Conference, Strathclyde University, Glasgow.
- L. Amoore & M. de Goede (2010). Cultural political economies of the war on terror. In J. Best & M. Paterson (Eds.), Cultural political economy (RIPE series in global political economy) (pp. 161-176). Londen: Routledge.
- M. de Goede (2010). Financial security. In J.P. Burgess (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of new security studies (Routledge handbooks) (pp. 100-109). London: Routledge.
- M. de Goede (2009). Governing finance in the War on Terror. In H.R. Friman (Ed.), Crime and the global political economy (International political economy yearbook, 16) (pp. 103-118). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.
- L. Amoore & M. de Goede (2008). Introduction: governing by risk in the War on Terror. In L. Amoore & M. de Goede (Eds.), Risk and the war on terror (pp. 5-19). London: Routledge.
- M. de Goede (2008). Risk, preemption and exception in the War on Terrorist Financing. In L. Amoore & M. de Goede (Eds.), Risk and the war on terror (pp. 97-111). London: Routledge.
- M. de Goede (2006). De Nederlandse 'oorlog' tegen terrorismefinanciering in mondiaal perspectief. Vrede en Veiligheid, 35 (2), 118-136.
- M. de Goede (2006). Boekbespreking [Review of the book Mutual life, limited. Islamic banking, alternative currencies, lateral reason]. Journal of Economic and Social Geography, 97, 453-455.
- M. de Goede (2006). 'International Political Economy and the Promises of Poststructuralism'. In M. de Goede (Ed.), International Political Economy and Poststructural Politics (pp. 1-20). Londen: Palgrave.
- M. de Goede (2006). 'Financial Regulation and the War on Terror'. In L. Assassi & e.a. (Eds.), Global Finance in the New Century: Beyond Deregulation. Londen: Palgrave.
- M. de Goede (2006). International political economy and the promises of poststructuralism. In M. de Goede (Ed.), International political econlmy and poststructural politics (International political economy series) (pp. 1-20). London: Palgrave.
- M. de Goede & J. Goggin (2005). Organisatie. Cultures of Money: Amsterdam (2005, October 27 - 2005, October 28).
- M. de Goede (2005). Resocialising and repoliticising financial markets: contours of social studies of finance. Economic sociology: European electronic newsletter, 6 (3), 19-28.[go to publisher's site]
- M. de Goede (2005). Carnival of money: politics of dissent in an era of globalizing finance. In L. Amoore (Ed.), The global resistance reader (pp. 379-391). London: Routledge. http://home.medewerker.uva.nl/m.degoede/bestanden/Carnival%20of%20Money.pdf
- J. Goggin & M. de Goede (2005). Organisatie Cultures of Money. Conference Institute of Culture and History: Amsterdam (2005, October 27 - 2005, October 28).
- M. de Goede (2005, May 6). 'Money, Art and Dissent'. University College Cork, Ireland, Money and Culture Conference.
- M. de Goede (2005, May 27). 'Surveillance, Security and the War on Terrorist Finance'. University of Sussex, UK, Conference on the Financial System in the 21st Century.
- M. de Goede (2005, September 15). 'Cultures of Risk and Regulation in the War on Terrorist Finance'. Open University, UK, Workshop Towards a Cultural Economy of Finance.
- M. de Goede (2005). Risk and the War on Terrorist Finance. Operational Risk, 6 (3), 32-37.
- M. de Goede (2005, October 28). 'Underground Money'. Amsterdam, Cultures of Money conference.
- M. de Goede (2004, October 20). Risk and Politics in the War on Terrorist Finance. Birmingham, Invited lecture to the Polsis Departmental Seminars, University of Birmingham.
- M. de Goede (2004, September 10). The Risk of Terrorist Financing: Politics and Prediction in the War on Terrorist Finance. Den Haag, Constructing World Orders Conference, Standing Group on International Relations, Nederlands Congres Centrum.
- M. de Goede (2004, December 22). The Risk of Terrorist Financing and Practices of Global Governmentality. Warwick, the Annual Meeting of the British International Studies Association, University of Warwick.
- M. de Goede (2004, October 8). Keynote Address. Edinburgh, Social Studies of Finance Research Student Workshop, University of Edinburgh.
- M. de Goede (2004, November 12). Dutch Fortunes: Representing Speculation in the Seventeenth-Century Dutch Republic. Amsterdam, Conference on Representation and Regulation: 17th Century Economics in the Dutch Republic, Institute for Culture and History, University of Amsterdam.
Environment and Planning D
Member of the Advisory board
Journal of Cultural Economy
Member of the Advisory board
AIV Commissie Vrede & Veiligheid
Stichting Fonds Catharina van Tussenboek