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Dr. F.E. (Francio) Guadeloupe

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Exploring Diversity
Fotograaf: onbekend

  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Postbus 15509
    1001 NA Amsterdam
  • Profiel
  • Publicaties


    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (2022). Black Man in the Netherlands: An Afro-Antillean Anthropology. University Press of Mississippi.


    • Guadeloupe, F., van de Laar, P., & van der Linden, L. (2020). Indische familiefoto’s, Zomercarnaval en Kapsalon: casestudies in postkoloniaal Rotterdam. In G. Oostindie (Ed.), Het koloniale verleden van Rotterdam (pp. 443-480). Boom. [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F., van de Laar, P., & van der Linden, L. (Eds.) (2020). Rotterdam, een postkoloniale stad in beweging. Boom. [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F., & Halfman, J. (2019). All-Inclusive Resorts in Sint Maarten and Our Common Decolonial State: On Butterflies That Are Caterpillars Still in Chrysalis. In J. Guilbault , & T. Rommen (Eds.), Sounds of Vacation: Political Economies of Caribbean Tourism (pp. 134-160). Durham: Duke University Press. [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F. (2018). Acknowledging the Non-Ordinary Dimensions of Decoloniality: The Case of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In M. F. Weiner, & A. Carmona Báez (Eds.), Smash the Pillars: Decoloniality and the Imaginary of Color in the Dutch Kingdom (pp. 125-136). (Decolonial Options for the Social Sciences). Lanham: Lexington Books. [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F. (2018). Paying Attention to ‘Spanish Radio Stations’ in the Netherlands: An Essay on the Potential of Urban Popular Culture as Anti-racism. Etnofoor, 30(2), 83-94. [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F., & Romero, I. (2018). Thou Shalt not Kill! Or Notes on Caribbean Music as Literary Text on Being Human. Il Tolomeo A postcolonial studies Journal, 1(20), 209-224. https://doi.org/10.30687/Tol/2499-5975/2018/20/014 [details]


    • Allen, R. M., & Guadeloupe, F. (2016). Yu di Kòrsou, A Matter of Negotiation: An Anthropological Exploration of the Identity Work of Afro-Curaçaons. In J. W. Duyvendak, P. Geschiere, & E. Tonkens (Eds.), The Culturalization of Citizenship: Belonging and Polarization in a Globalizing World (pp. 137-160). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-53410-1_7 [details]
    • Geschiere, P., & Guadeloupe, F. (2016). Conclusion: Post-script on Sex, Race and Culture. In J. W. Duyvendak, P. Geschiere, & E. Tonkens (Eds.), The Culturalization of Citizenship : Belonging and Polarization in a Globalizing World (pp. 203-218). London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-53410-1_10 [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F., & Wolthuis, E. (2016). Appreciating Callaloo Soup: St. Martin as an appreciation of the compositeness of Life beyond the guiding fictions of racism, sexism, and class discrimination. Revista Brasileira do Caribe, 17(32), 227-253. [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F. (2015). Superdiversity as the recognition of the ordinary mischievous sacred. In M. A. George, & S. S. Scatolini (Eds.), Language, culture and education: a collection of papers in applied linguistics, cultural anthropology, and educational studies (pp. 21-28). Oman: Euro-Khaleeji research and publishing house. [details]
    • van der Pijl, Y., & Guadeloupe, F. (2015). Imagining the nation in the classroom: belonging and nationness in the Dutch Caribbean. Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe, 98, 87-98. http://www.erlacs.org/index.php/erlacs/article/view/9982/10491 [details]



    • Guadeloupe, F. (2013). Curaçaons on the question of home: the lure of autochthony and its alternatives. In L. Lewis (Ed.), Caribbean sovereignty, development and democracy in an age of globalization (pp. 189-207). (Routledge advances in international relations and global politics; No. 100). New York [etc.]: Routledge. [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F. (2013). The Netherlands, a Carribean island: an autoethnographic account. Agathos, 4(2), 83-98. [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F. (2012). It is not where you are from, but where you are at: Rastafari as a politics of human dignity. In N. Faraclas, R. Severing, C. Weijer, & E. Echteld (Eds.), Proceedings of the ECICC-conference Guyana 2001. - Vol. 1: Multiplex cultures and citizenships: multiple perspectives on language, literature, education and society in the ABC-Islands and beyond (pp. 45-54). Willemstad: Fundashon pa Planifikashon di Idioma (FPI) / University of the Netherlands Antilles (UNA). [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F. (2010). Adieu aan de nikkers, koelies en makambas: een pleidooi voor de deconstructie van raciaal denken binnen de Nederlandse Caraïbistiek. Nijmegen: CIDIN, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F. (2010). Koninkrijksrelaties: Yes we can! Justitiële Verkenningen, 36(6), 57-63. [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F. (2010). The national thing is a scenario not made for we third world massive: a case of working-class youth on Saint Maarten & Sint Maarten emancipating their minds from exclusive nationalism. Transforming Anthropology, 18(2), 157-168. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1548-7466.2010.01093.x [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F. (2010). The religion of the urban cool. Sociétés et jeunesses en difficulté, (hors série). [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F. (2009). Chanting down the new Jerusalem: calypso, Christianity, and capitalism in the Caribbean. (The anthropology of Christianity; No. 4). University of California Press. [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F. (2009). Their modernity matters too: the invisible links between Black Atlantic identity formations in the Caribbean and consumer capitalism. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, 4(3), 271-292. https://doi.org/10.1080/17442220903331621 [details]
    • Guadeloupe, F., & de Rooij, V. (2009). Antropologie na een trekje van een Habanero: reflecties op de verhouding tussen de canon en onze creoliserende wereld. In T. Sunier (Ed.), Antropologie in een zee van verhalen (pp. 59-88). (Antropologie Academie; No. 8). Amsterdam: Aksant. [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F. (2008). Clarke's two vitamin Cs for successful living: calypso and Christianity in urban SXM. In R. Jaffe (Ed.), The Caribbean City (pp. 275-302). Kingston: Ian Randle. [details]
    • de Rooij, V. A., & Guadeloupe, F. E. (2008). O sexo e a desconstrução do natural: uma perspectiva a partir de uma ilha no Caribe. Afro-Ásia, 37, 97-118. [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (2005). Introducing an anti-national pragmatist on Saint Martin and Sint Maarten. In D. Kruijt, & L. de Jong (Eds.), Extended Statehood In The Caribbean: Paradoxes Of Quasi Colonialism, Local Autonomy And Extended Statehood In The USA, French, Dutch & British Caribbean (pp. 157-176). Rozenberg Publishers.
    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (2005). The Politics of Autochthony and Economic Globalization: seamy sides of the same coin. In L. de Jong, & D. Boersema (Eds.), The Kingdom Of The Netherlands In The Caribbean: 1954-2004. What Next? (pp. 45-60). Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers.





    • Guadeloupe, F. (2009). "I is Just Myself": Writing the Individual in the Anthropology of the Caribbean. Etnofoor, 21(1), 79-95. [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F., & de Rooij, V. (2007). Zo zijn onze manieren...: visies op multiculturaliteit in Nederland. Amsterdam: Rozenberg.


    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (2006). Love When Love Could Not Be. An Example of Romantic Love from the Caribbean. Etnofoor, 19(1), 63-70. [6].


    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (1999). A vida e uma dança tem que ter muito jogo de cintura: the Candomblé through the lives of two cariocas. (Occasional Paper). Nijmegen: Third World Centre/Development Studies, University of Nijmegen.



    • Guadeloupe, F. (2014). Notes on the making of a Nation within a Kingdom: conceptual clarity on nationalism, ethnicity, and culture as it relates to Sint Maarten. Philipsburg: Government Information Service of Sint Maarten. [details]



    • Guadeloupe, F., & Goilo, J. C. (2012). Alledaagse taal als inspiratiebron. In M. Benzakour, & S. Moerbeek (Eds.), Ik ben opgevoed als ezel en vier andere essays over opvoeden vanuit migrantenperspectief (pp. 47-58). Amsterdam: Stichting BMP. [details]


    • Guadeloupe, F. (2010). Culture blind social justice: leftist politics in practice. Waterstof : Krant van Waterland, 54. [details]

    Prijs / subsidie

    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (2015). EU funded (Programme Interreg Caraïbes) “How Healthy is Sint Maarten and Saint Martin research” (€ 276,205.00).
    • Guadeloupe, F. (2014). Imagining the Nation in the Classroom: A Study of the Politics of Belonging and Nationness on Sint Maarten and Sint Eustatius (NWO-WOTRO) (€ 746,665.00).
    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (2014). Cambridge Certificate of English retraining of the teaching corpse on the BES island of Saint Eustatius (€ 415,651.00).

    Lidmaatschap / relevante positie

    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (2019-2020). Advisory Comittee of the Reinwardt Academy, Amsterdam University of the Arts. https://www.reinwardt.ahk.nl/en/the-academy/organization/
    • Guadeloupe, F. E. (2016-2017). Social Economic Council (Sociaal Economische Raad, SER).
    • Sezneva, O. & Guadeloupe, F. E. (2011). Organizer, NWO-ICSSR conference 'Religion and Ethnicity in the Age of Globalization.




    • Guadeloupe, F. (participant) (12-12-2012). International Conference: Culturalization of Citizenship. On Racism, Populism and Authenticity, Amsterdam. Whatever Happened to Racism in the Netherlands? (Session 5) (participating in a conference, workshop, ...). http://www.culturalization.nl/Detailed%20Program.pdf


    • Halfman, J. (2019). "Where Randy?": Education, nationalism, and playful imaginations of belonging on Sint Maarten. [details]
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