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dhr. dr. M. (Michiel) Baas

Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica

  • Science Park 904
  • Postbus 94224
    1090 GE Amsterdam
  • Publicaties


    • Gocłowska, M. A., Baas, M., Crisp, R. J., & de Dreu, C. K. W. (2014). Whether social schema violations help or hurt creativity depends on need for structure. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40(8), 959-971. https://doi.org/10.1177/0146167214533132 [details]


    • Baas, M. (2011). Learning how to work the grey zone: issues of legality and illegality among Indian students in Australia. In T-D. Truong, & D. Gasper (Eds.), Transnational migration and human security: the migration-development-security nexus (pp. 169-179). (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace; No. 6). Berlin: Springer. [details]


    • Baas, M. (2010). Imagined mobility: migration and transnationalism among Indian students in Australia. (Anthem South Asian studies). London: Anthem Press. [details]
    • Baas, M. (2010). Praying for food: class and Indian overseas students in Australia. In G. Tibe Bonifacio, & V. S. M. Angeles (Eds.), Gender, religion and migration: pathways of integration (pp. 71-93). Lanham: Lexington Books. [details]
    • Baas, M. (2010). The entanglement of education & migration: a research agenda. In Education migration and trans-national living Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.


    • Baas, M. (2009). Curry bashing: racism, violence and alien space invaders. Economic & Political Weekly, XLIV(34), 37-42. [details]
    • Baas, M. (2009). The IT caste: of love and marriage in the IT industry of Bangalore. South Asia: journal of South Asian studies, 32(2), 285-307. https://doi.org/10.1080/00856400903049531 [details]


    • Baas, M. (2007). The language of migration: the education industry versus the migration industry. People and Place, 15(2), 49-61. [details]


    • Baas, M. (2006). Students of migration: Indian overseas students and the question of permanent residency. People and Place, 14(1), 9-24. [details]


    • Pancost, R. D., Baas, M., van Geel, B., & Sinninghe Damsté, J. S. (2003). Response of an ombrotrophic bog to a regional climate event revealed by macrofossil, molecular and carbon isotope data. Holocene, 13(6), 921-932. https://doi.org/10.1191/0959683603hl674rp [details]


    • Gocłowska, M. A., Baas, M., van Elk, M., & Elliot, A. J. (2016). Does awe arise in reaction to the uncanny? Linking the emotion of awe and expectancy violations. In Talk at the "Causes and consequences of awe" symposium in the CERE Emotions conference Leiden, July 06-07.
    • Gocłowska, M. A., Groskamp, D., Baas, M., Elliot, A. J., & de Dreu, C. K. W. (2016). Schema-violation preference associates with greater creativity. In Talk at the Krakow Small Group Meeting on Cognitive Consistency Kraków, Poland, May 20-22.


    • Baas, M. (2009). Bangalore @ night: Indian IT professionals and the global clock ticking. Etnofoor, 20(2), 59-72. [details]


    • Baas, M. (2007). Arranged Love: Marriage in a transnational work environment. IIAS Newsletter, 45, 9. [details]


    • Baas, M. (2006). Cash cows: milking Indian students in Australia. IIAS Newsletter, 42, 14. [details]


    • Goclowska, M. A., Baas, M., Crisp, R. J., & de Dreu, C. K. W. (2014). Counter-stereotypes enhance creativity when need for structure is low. Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology., .


    • Vandekerckhove, N. & Baas, M. (2011). The Myth of Return in Transnational Migration, The University of Hawaii - AAS-ICAS Joint Conference.


    • Goclowska, M. A. (speaker), Baas, M. (speaker), Crisp, R. (speaker) & de Dreu, C. K. W. (speaker) (29-7-2013). Can an Eskimo on the desert make us more creative? Schemata violation increases flexibility when need for structure is low, EASP Small Group Meeting: Motivational, cognitive and affective sources of knowledge formation process., Kraków - Przegorzały.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (1-9-2010). Receding Horizons or the Myth of Arrival: local/global imaginations of middle class Indians abroad., Paper at RGS-IBS (Royal Geographical Society) Annual Conference., London.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (1-8-2010). Imagining a Future In-Between: Transnational Desires and Local Realities among Indian Students in Australia., paper at EASA (European Association of Social Anthropologists) Annual Conference., Maynooth (Ireland).
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2009). Migration and Transnationalism among the Indian Middle Class, Invited speaker to the Theaterschool Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2009). Racism and Violence among Indian students in Australia., Invited speaker to the AUV-dag for university alumni, Amsterdam.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2009). Imagining a Future In-Between: Transnational Desires and Local Realities among Indian Students in Australia, Paper at University of Vienna. Workshop on Student Mobility/Migration in Europe, Vienna.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2008). The Indian Middle Class, local and global imaginations, Invited speaker to the Studium Generale of the Rietveld Academie., Amsterdam.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2008). Newcomers & the ‘Locally Established’: Indian overseas student and the local Indian community in Melbourne, Australia., Invited speaker and paper at University of Wollongong and University of Technology Sydney, Wollongong/Sydney.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2008). Imagining Future Indians Abroad. Indian Overseas students Meet the Local Indian Community in Melbourne, Australia., Paper for conference ‘Culture and Identity: Re-Imagining Australia and India', Calcutta.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2008). How to Imagine a Modern India?, Opening speech to the start of an exhibition on modern architecture in five Indian cities, at the architecture center ARCAM in Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2007). Imagined Mobility: Indian Overseas students & the choice of non return., Paper for ASSR Annual Conference, Topic: Mobility, Amsterdam.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2007). Learning How to Work the Grey Zone. The Case of Indian Overseas Students in Melbourne, Australia., Paper for ISS (Institute of Social Sciences) Conference on International Migration, Multi-Local Livelihoods and Human Security: Perspectives from Europe, Asia and Africa., Den Haag.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2007). The IT Caste: Marriage in a Transnational Work Environment (Bangalore, India), Paper for Workshop on Transnational Marriages in Asia and Europe, Leiden.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2006). To Have but to Have Not: Indian Middle Class Students Quitting India for Australia., paper for 19th ECMSAS Conference, Leiden.
    • Baas, M. (speaker) (2006). Of Leaving & Arriving: The Case of Indian Overseas Students in Melbourne, Australia., Paper for 11th International Metropolis Conference, Lisbon.
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