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dhr. dr. J.M. (Marco) de Waard

Amsterdam University College
Fotograaf: Jonas Briels

Bezoekadres
  • Science Park 113
  • Kamernummer: 3.21
Postadres
  • Science Park 113
    1098 XG Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    Biography 

    Dr. Marco de Waard is Senior Lecturer in English and Comparative Literature at Amsterdam University College (AUC) and a Research Fellow at the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA). He has been at AUC since 2009, having previously taught literary studies at Utrecht University and English literature at the University of Amsterdam.

    Marco de Waard holds M.A. degrees in English and Comparative Literature (University of Amsterdam) and Nineteenth-Century Studies (University of Sheffield) and obtained a Ph.D. degree in History from the European University Institute in Florence (EUI). While working towards his doctoral degree he spent a semester as visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2010 he received the AUC Teacher of the Year Award.

    Departmental Service (AUC)

    Acting Head of Studies, Humanities (Spring 2013).

    Board of Examiners (2010-2016).

    Faculty Development Coordinator (since 2016).

    Research Interests

    I'm a literary scholar and intellectual historian who works on questions of historical representation, historical remembrance, and the production of historical knowledge from the nineteenth century until today. Currently, my main research project is a book titled John Morley and the Uses of History in Victorian Liberal Culture. The aim of this book is to offer a critical reappraisal of the work of John Morley (1838-1923), a nineteenth-century statesman and "man of letters" whose ideas were instrumental in shaping British liberalism between the 1860s and 1914. Using Morley's writings as a way into some pivotal debates of the late nineteenth century -- about the nature of progress, the future of religion, and the responsibilities of empire -- the study explores the unique and central role of the historical imagination in shaping modern liberal thought and liberal culture.

  • Teaching

    Recent Courses

    HUM312: Rethinking Protest

    HUM321: Literature in the Age of Globalization

    HUM361: History of Ideas

    HUM364: Cultural Memory Studies

    HUM161: Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory

  • Publicaties

    2018

    2011

    2009

    • de Waard, M. (2009). Agency and Metaphor in the Neo-Victorian Imagination: The Case of Ian McEwan. REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature, 25, 145-161.

    2016

    • de Waard, M. (2016). "The Morality of Style": John Morley as Essayistic Liberal. Nineteenth Century Prose, 43(1-2), 227-244. [details]

    2012

    • de Waard, J. M. (2012). Imagining Global Amsterdam: History, Culture, and Geography in a World City. (Cities and Cultures). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. https://doi.org/10.5117/9789089643674
    • de Waard, J. M. (2012). Redemptive Realism? History and Intertextuality in On Chesil Beach. In S. Isomaa, S. Kivistö, P. Lyytikäinen, S. Nyqvist, M. Polvinen, R. Rossi (Ed.), Rethinking Mimesis: Concepts and Practices of Literary Representation (pp. 229-250). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishers.

    2019

    • de Waard, M. (2019). Theme-Based Teaching and Interdisciplinary Learning: A Case Study at Amsterdam University College, the Netherlands. In M. Nishimura, & T. Sasao (Eds.), Doing Liberal Arts Education: The Global Case Studies (pp. 47-59). (Education Innovation Series). Singapore: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-2877-0_5 [details]
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