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Dr. C.M. (Conny) Roggeband

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Transnational Configurations, Conflict and Governance
Fotograaf: Dirk Gillissen

  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 127
  • Kamernummer: B9.09
  • Postbus 15578
    1001 NB Amsterdam
  • Profile

    Conny Roggeband is associate professor in public policy and governance. She has written extensively on the politicization of gender-based violence, gender mainstreaming and equality policies, social movements and transnational feminist networking based on research conducted in the Netherlands, Spain and Latin America. She co-authored (with Andrea Krizsan) The Gender Politics of Domestic Violence. Feminists Engaging the State in Central and Eastern Europe (Routledge 2018). She edited (together with Bert Klandermans) The Handbook of Social Movements Across Disciplines (Springer 2017); with Anna van der Vleuten and Anouka van Eerdewijk Gender Equality Norms in Regional Governance: Transnational Dynamics in Europe, South America and Southern Africa (Palgrave 2014), and with Jacquelien van Stekelenburg and Bert Klandermans The Future of Social Movement Research: Dynamics, Mechanisms and Processes (University of Minnesota Press 2013).

    She currently works on two research projects. The first research project focuses on the implications of democratic backsliding for gender equality policies in Central and Eastern Europe and Latin America. What patterns of dismantling and resilience of gender policies can be found in these contexts and how does this affect gendered democracy? Another concentrates on processes of transnational policy diffusion and policy networks in the European Union and Latin American regional organisations (OAS, Mercosur and CELAC). She uses gender as a theoretical lens to examine issues of power and authority and how these are embedded in organizational rules, policy routines and practices thus shaping policy outcomes. Conny Roggeband holds a Phd in Political Science from Radboud University. She worked for the Council for Equality Policies (Emancipatieraad) in the Netherlands, Radboud University and VU University. Before coming to Amsterdam she taught political science at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO) in Ecuador. She is an editor of the Dutch Journal of Genderstudies, member of the editorial board of Politics and Governance and member of the advisory board of Contention. The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest. She is a member of the Amsterdam Research Center on Gender and Sexuality (ARC-GS).



  • Books

    Gendering Democratic Backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe. A comparative agenda (2019)

    Editors: Andrea Krizsan and Conny Roggeband

    Two decades after transition to democracy, countries in the Central Eastern European region are now experiencing democratic backsliding. De-democratization processes not only challenge democratic institutions but can also be seen as a form of cultural backlash against social and political changes that took place during the last decades. Gender and sexual orientation based equality is particularly hit: the cultural backlash translates to gendered processes of de-democratization. Attacks on gender equality and against actors standing for it are particularly widespread in countries of the Central and Eastern European region. This book aims to map gendered aspects of the decline in democracy in four countries in the Central and Eastern European region: Croatia, Hungary, Poland and Romania. We have a dual focus. First, we look at how processes of de-democratization affect previously established gender equality rights and what forms gender policy backsliding takes in the region. We are interested in learning how governments operate to block or reverse gender equality policies and what specific policy fields or issues are most under attack. Are policies actively removed or do we see more subtle dismantling strategies? Also, we ask if these dynamics and mechanisms are country specific or whether we can find similar patterns across countries? Second, we look at how these developments affect defenders and promotors of gender rights. How do women movements respond to these attacks? Do they change strategies? Do they falter in hostile conditions or we see resistance, maturing, diversifying coalition capacities? What do the anti-gender attacks and hostile states mean for movement capacities and strategies? Introduction provides a conceptual framework for the analysis. Separate chapters discuss gendered dynamics of de-democratization in the four countries.



    The Gender Politics of Domestic Violence. Feminists Engaging the State in Central and Eastern Europe.

    With Andrea Krizsán.

    What are the factors that shape domestic violence policy change and how are variable gendered meanings produced in these policies? How and when can feminists influence policy making? What conditions and policy mechanisms lead to progressive change and which ones block it or lead to reversal?

    The Gender Politics of Domestic Violence analyzes the emergence of gender equality sensitive domestic violence policy reforms in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Tracing policy developments in Eastern Europe from the beginning of 2000s, when domestic violence first emerged on policy agendas, until 2015, Andrea Krizsán and Conny Roggeband look into the contestation that takes place between women’s movements, states and actors opposing gender equality to explain the differences in gender equality sensitive policy outputs across the region.

    They point to regionally specific patterns of feminist engagement with the state in which coalition-building between women’s organizations and establishing alliances with different state actors were critical for achieving gendered policy progress. In addition, they demonstrate how discursive contexts shaped by democratization frames and opposition to gender equality, led to differences in the politicization of gender equality, making gender friendly reforms more feasible in some countries than others.


    Handbook of Social Movements Across Disciplines (August 2017)

    Edited with Bert Klandermans

    This handbook provides a broad and comprehensive overview of the study of social movements and collective action, discussing the different disciplinary approaches that have developed. In addition to updated discussions of topics that were included in the 1st edition, this handbook includes substantial advances in the research and scholarship in the field. The study of collective behavior and contentious politics has spread to a number of new disciplines such as communication science, organization science and law. The international wave of new protests in 2013 spurred new scholarship as well. This revised and updated edition integrates the wealth of new theoretical insights and empirical work since 2007.



    Gender Equality Norms in Regional Governance.Transnational Dynamics in Europe, South America and Southern Africa

    This book investigates the diffusion of gender equality norms in and between the European Union (EU), South America and Southern Africa. It offers an in-depth analysis of the trajectories of norms on gender-based violence and gender mainstreaming of aid and trade. The study proposes a novel theoretical framework that enables scholars to grasp the constant renegotiation of gender equality norms in the dynamics between transnational, national and (inter)regional actor constellations. Moving beyond the predominant 'global-local' approach, it conceptualizes norm diffusion as a multidirectional and polycentric process. The empirical chapters show how new geometries of transnational activism have developed. Last but not least, the text explores how the landscapes through which norms travel impact on the norms as well as on their diffusion, revealing the underlying logics that explain the differences in the strengths of gender equality norms as well as the differences between the EU, Mercosur, Organization of American States and Southern African Development Community.


    The Future of Social Movement Research. Dynamics, Mechanisms, and Processes. 

    In The Future of Social Movement Research, some of the most influential scholars in the field provide a wide-ranging understanding of how social movements arise and persist, engendering unanswered questions pointing to new theoretical strands and fields of research. The resulting work is interdisciplinary and unusually broad in scope, constituting the most comprehensive overview of the dynamics of social movements available.




    The Gender Politics of Domestic Violence
  • Publicaties


    • Ciccia, R., & Roggeband, C. M. (2021). Unpacking intersectional solidarity: dimensions of power in coalitions. European Journal of Politics and Gender. https://doi.org/10.1332/251510821X16145402377609
    • Krizsán, A., & Roggeband, C. (2021). Politicizing Gender and Democracy in the Context of the Istanbul Convention. (Gender and Politics). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-79069-1 [details]
    • Roggeband, C. (2021). The Return of the State and the Pink Tide in Latin America: Implications for the Capacity and Democratic Quality of Gender Equality Agencies. Revista de la Sociedad Argentina de Análisis Político, 15(2), 257-286. https://doi.org/10.46468/rsaap.15.2.A1
    • Roggeband, C. (2021). Violence against women and gender-based violence. In G. Abels, A. Krizsán, H. MacRae, & A. van der Vleuten (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Gender and EU Politics (pp. 352-363). (Routledge international handbooks). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351049955-32
    • Roggeband, C. M., & Krizsán, A. (2021). Reconfiguring State–Movement Relations in the Context of De-democratization. Social Politics, 28(3), 604. https://doi.org/10.1093/sp/jxab027
    • Roggeband, C. M., & Krizsán, A. (2021). The Selective Closure of Civic Space. Global Policy, 12(S5), 23-33. https://doi.org/10.1111/1758-5899.12973
    • van der Vleuten, A., Roggeband, C., & van Eerdewijk, A. (2021). Polycentricity and framing battles in the creation of regional norms on violence against women. International Relations, 35(1), 126-146. https://doi.org/10.1177/0047117820942944 [details]





    • Roggeband, C., & Klandermans, B. (2017). Displinary Approaches to Social Movements: Introduction to Second Expanded and Updated Edition. In C. Roggeband, & B. Klandermans (Eds.), Handbook of Social Movements Across Disciplines (2 ed., pp. 1-7). (Handbooks of Sociology and Social Research). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-57648-0_1 [details]
    • Roggeband, C., & Klandermans, B. (Eds.) (2017). Handbook of Social Movements Across Disciplines. (2nd ed.) (Handbooks of Sociology and Social Research ). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-57648-0 [details]


    • Bonjour, S., Mügge, L., & Roggeband, C. (2016). Lost in the mainstream? Gender in Dutch political science education. European Political Science, 15(3), 303-313. https://doi.org/10.1057/eps.2015.78 [details]
    • Bonjour, S., Mügge, L., & Roggeband, C. (2016). Politicologie 2.0: Gender in het kerncurriculum. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 19(2), 141-164. https://doi.org/10.5117/TVGN2016.2.BONJ [details]
    • Duyvendak, J. W., Roggeband, C., & van Stekelenburg, J. (2016). Politics and people: understanding Dutch research on social movements. In O. Fillieule, & G. Accornero (Eds.), Social movement studies in Europe: the state of the art (pp. 232-249). (Protest, culture & society; No. 16). New York: Berghahn. [details]
    • Eijberts, M., & Roggeband, C. (2016). Stuck with the stigma? How Muslim migrant women in the Netherlands deal - individually and collectively - with negative stereotypes. Ethnicities, 16(1), 130-153. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468796815578560 [details]
    • Roggeband, C. (2016). Ending Violence against Women in Latin America: Feminist Norm Setting in a Multilevel Context. Politics & Gender, 12(1), 143-167. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1743923X15000604 [details]
    • Roggeband, C., & Lettinga, D. (2016). In defence of gender equality? Comparing the political debates about headscarves and honour-related crimes in France and the Netherlands. Social Politics, 23(2), 239-262. https://doi.org/10.1093/sp/jxu024 [details]
    • Roggeband, C., Bonjour, S., & Mügge, L. M. (2016). Gender in het curriculum: marginaal of integraal? Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 19(2), 127-140. https://doi.org/10.5117/TVGN2016.2.ROGG [details]
    • Roggeband, C., Bonjour, S., & Mügge, L. M. (Eds.) (2016). Themanummer ‘Gender in het Nederlands universitair onderwijs: mainstream of marginaal?’. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 19(2), 127-288.


    • Roggeband, C. (2014). Gender mainstreaming in Dutch development cooperation: the dialectics of progress. Journal of International Development, 26(3), 332-344. https://doi.org/10.1002/jid.2952
    • Roggeband, C. (2014). Latin American Advocacy on Violence Against Women and the OAS Convention. In A. van der Vleuten, A. van Eerdewijk, & C. Roggeband (Eds.), Gender Equality Norms in Regional Governance: Transnational Dynamics in Europe, South America and Southern Africa (pp. 139-163). (Gender and Politics Series). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137301451_7
    • Roggeband, C. M., & Pruijt, J. F. M. (2014). The Dual Movement Phenomenon. A comparison of the intersections between states and social movements in The Netherlands, Spain and the USA. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 55(2), 144-165. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020715214537847
    • Roggeband, C., van Eerdewijk, A., & van der Vleuten, A. (2014). Reconceptualizing Gender Equality Norm Diffusion and Regional Governance: Logics and Geometries. In A. van der Vleuten, A. van Eerdewijk, & C. Roggeband (Eds.), Gender Equality Norms in Regional Governance: Transnational Dynamics in Europe, South America and Southern Africa (pp. 221-245). (Gender and Politics Series ). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137301451_10
    • van Eerdewijk, A., & Roggeband, C. (2014). Gender Equality Norm Diffusion and Actor Constellations: A First Exploration. In A. van der Vleuten, A. van Eerdewijk, & C. Roggeband (Eds.), Gender Equality Norms in Regional Governance : Transnational Dynamics in Europe, South America and Southern Africa (pp. 42-65). (Gender and Politics Series ). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137301451_3


    • Roggeband, C. M. (2012). Shifting Policy Responses to Domestic Violence in the Netherlands and Spain (1980-2009). Violence Against Women, 18, 784-806. [7].


    • Roggeband, C. M. (2011). Schadelijke culturele praktijken : een bruikbare categorie binnen genderstudies? Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 14(3), 3-21.


    • Boogaard, B., & Roggeband, C. M. (2010). Paradoxes of Intersectionality: Theorizing Inequality in the Dutch Police Force through Structure and Agency. Organization, 17, 53-75. [1].
    • Roggeband, C. M. (2010). The Victim‐Agent Dilemma: How Migrant Women's Organizations in the Netherlands Deal with a Contradictory Policy Frame. Signs : Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 35, 943-968. [4]. https://doi.org/10.1086/651050
    • Roggeband, C. M. (2010). Transnational networks and institutions: how diffusion shaped the politicization of sexual harassment in Europe. In R. Kolins Givan, K. M. Roberts, & S. A. Soule (Eds.), The Diffusion of Social Movements. Actors, Mechanisms, and Political Effects (pp. 19-33). UK: Cambridge University Press.


    • Roggeband, C. M., & Bleienbergh, I. (2009). De noodzaak van een goede emancipatie infrastrucuur: de relatie tussen politieke druk van vrouwen en beleidsverandering op het gebied van arbeid en zorg. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 12(3), 19-23.
    • Roggeband, C. M., Bleijenbergh, I., & van den Brink, M. (2009). Een nieuwe onderzoeksagenda? Emancipatiebeleid, mainstreaming en ongelijkheden vanuit internationaal perspectief. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 12(3), 2-4.


    • Roggeband, C. M., & Bleijenbergh, I. (2008). Equality machineries matter: The impact of women’s political pressure on European social care policies. Social Politics, 14(4), 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1093/sp/jxm006
    • Vliegenhart, R., Roggeband, C. M., & Boomgaarden, H. G. (2008). Wie leidt en wie volgt? Invloedsrelaties tussen parlement en media in het Nederlandse integratiedeba. Migrantenstudies, 24(1), 23-39.
    • Vliegenthart, R., Roggeband, C., & Boomgaarden, H. (2008). Wie leidt en wie volgt? Invloedsrelaties tussen parlement en media in het Nederlandse integratiedebat. Migrantenstudies, 24(1), 23-39. http://www.migrantenstudies.nl/wp-content/uploads/MS-2008-NR1-P23-39.pdf [details]


    • Roggeband, C., & Ribeiro Hoffmann, A. (2017). Gendering EU-Latin American Inter-regional Relations. In T. Kruessmann, & A. Ziegerhofer (Eds.), Promoting Gender Equality Abroad: An Assessment of EU Action in the External Dimension (pp. 163-186). (Gender-Diskussion; Vol. 24). LIT. [details]


    • van der Vleuten, A., van Eerdewijk, A., & Roggeband, C. (2014). Gender equality norms in regional governance: transnational dynamics in Europe, South America and Southern Africa. (Gender and politics). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137301451


    • Roggeband, C., & Duyvendak, J. W. (2013). The Changing Supply Side of Mobilization: Questions for Discussion. In J. van Stekelenburg, C. Roggeband, & B. Klandermans (Eds.), The Future of Social Movement Research: Dynamics, Mechanisms, and Processes (pp. 95-105). (Social movements, protest, and contention; Vol. 39). University of Minnesota Press. https://doi.org/10.5749/minnesota/9780816686513.003.0006 [details]
    • van Stekelenburg, J., & Roggeband, C. (2013). Introduction: The Future of Social Movement Research. In J. van Stekelenburg, C. Roggeband, & B. Klandermans (Eds.), The Future of Social Movement Research: Dynamics, Mechanisms, and Processes (pp. xi-xxii). Minesota: University of Minesota Press.
    • van Stekelenburg, J., Roggeband, C., & Klandermans, B. (2013). The future of social movement research: dynamics, mechanisms, and processes. (Social movements, protest, and contention; Vol. 39). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.


    • Brenninkmeijer, N., Geerse, M., & Roggeband, C. (2009). Eergerelateerd geweld in Nederland: Onderzoek naar de beleving en aanpak van eergerelateerd geweld. Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers.



    • Roggeband, C. M., & van der Haar, M. (2010). "Probleemjongeren", "criminelen" en "straatterroristen". Marokkaans-Nederlandse jongeren als beleidsprobleem. In M. Van Craen (Ed.), Meer kleur op straat: diversiteit en veiligheid in België en Nederland (pp. 109-139). (Burger, bestuur & beleid). Brugge: Vanden Broele.




    • Roggeband, C. (2019). International women’s rights: Progress under attack? (KFG Working Paper Series; No. 26). Berlin: Berlin Potsdam Research Group “The International Rule of Law – Rise or Decline?”. [details]
    • Roggeband, C., & Krizsan, A. (2019). Democratic backsliding and backlash against women’s rights: Understanding the current challenges for feminist politics: UN Women, Expert Group Meeting, Sixty-fourth session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW 64), ‘Beijing +25: Current context, emerging issues and prospects for gender equality and women’s rights’, New York, New York, 25-26 September 2019. UN Women. [details]
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