Professor dr. Maria (M. C. R.) Grever Contact information Erasmus University Rotterdam



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CURRICULUM VITAE
Professor dr. Maria (M.C.R.) Grever


Contact information
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC), room L 3-61

P.O. Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Tel.: 00-31-10-4082466 (or 4081020)

Mail: grever@eshcc.eur.nl

Academic degrees and research interests
Degrees


  • October 1994, PhD Cum laude Radboud University Nijmegen. PhD thesis Strijd tegen de stilte. Johanna Naber (1859-1941) en de vrouwenstem in geschiedenis. Supervisors: prof.dr. Willy Jansen, prof.dr. Paul Klep and prof.dr. Peter Rietbergen.

  • September 1981, Doctoraal (MA) Radboud University Nijmegen: graduation in History; major Social & Economic history. Supervisors: prof.dr. Paul Klep and prof.dr. Cees Schuyt.

  • January 1978, Teacher training Nijmegen: graduation in History and Dutch language (2e graad; Bachelor level). Special recommendation for doctoraal study History at Nijmegen university.


Main current research interests

  • Historical culture, historiography and collective memory

  • National identity, heritage and history education

  • Political culture, monarchy and gender



Academic and professional positions



Present positions

2011- Member Vaste Commissie Loopbaanbeleid ESHCC EUR

2011- Member Opleidingscommissie Geschiedenis History Department EUR

2009- Board member Foundation Bernard Mandeville (EUR)

2007- Chair board endowed chair Historical Culture and Education, prof.dr. Carla van Boxtel, Center for Historical Culture (EUR)

2006- Director Center for Historical Culture, Erasmus University Rotterdam www.eshcc.eur.nl/chc/

2000- Professor of Theory and Methodology of History, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
Positions held

2009-2010 Member rendementscommissie Geschiedenis, History Department, EUR

2007-2009 Co-founder and board member (Erasmus Network Women Professors) EUR

2006-2010 Board member project group E-Quality and Diversity, EUR

2002-2007 Board member Faculty of History and Art Studies, EUR

2002-2007 Director Bachelor and M.A. Program, History Department, EUR

1990-2004 Universitair docent (ass. professor) gender history, Radboud University Nijmegen

1984-1990 Lecturer women's history (onderwijsmedewerker), Radboud University Nijmegen

1980-1984 History teacher (secondary education HAVO/VWO) Oss

1979-1980 Assistant history education museum Jan Cunencentrum Oss

1978-1980 Research assistant prof.dr. Paul Klep, History Department, Radboud University

Grants / honors for research and research activities
Research grants and acknowledged research projects

2011 Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies (US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington DC), Raul Hilberg Fellowship four months ($ 15.200) for Stephanie Benzaquen MA, Art theory and cultural memory of the Holocaust: Reading images of Nazi atrocities with Warburg's Mnemosyne Atlas (April-July 2012).

2011-2016 NWO grant (€ 133.000) Duurzame Geesteswetenschappen, docent-promovendus for PhD project Tina van der Vlies MA, Historical scholarship and school history: national narratives in Dutch and English textbooks, 1920-2010, for Tina van der Vlies MA.

2011-2012 NWO grant (€ 40.000) Meer Waarde GW, one year project 0.3 fte for postdoc dr. Stephan Klein, Dynamic heritage education in the Netherlands.

2011-2015 HAN (Hogeschool Arnhem Nijmegen): grant four years 0.45 fte for PhD project drs. Marc van Berkel, Holocausteducation in German and Dutch history textbooks, 1945-2010

2009-2014 NWO: grant (€ 560.000) research program Heritage Education, Plurality of Narratives and Shared Historical Knowledge. Research leaders: prof.dr. Maria Grever (supervisor program) and prof.dr. Carla van Boxtel. Postdoc dr. Stephan Klein; two PhD projects.

2009-2013 EUR: grant (€ 250.000) postdoc fellowship for research dr. Marijke Huisman, The quest for humanity. Autobiography and social reform movements, 1750-present.

2007-2011 Erfgoed Nederland / Vereniging Trustfonds: grant four years (€ 120.000) for endowed chair Historical Culture and Education. Appointment: prof.dr. Carla van Boxtel.

2007-2008 Vereniging Trustfonds: grant (€ 23.000) for international symposium Theorizing Historical Culture in a Globalizing World and appointment of research assistant.

2005-2006 WRR: grant (€ 35.000) for the project National identity in context. A common past in the Netherlands? Comparison of young students in Rotterdam, London and Arras. Research leader: prof.dr. Maria Grever. Other scholar: dr. Kees Ribbens (postdoc).

2005 NWO / KNAW: grant (€ 25.000) international conference Beyond the Canon. History for the twenty-first century, with leading scholars from Europe, USA, South-Africa.

2005-2010 SNS Reaal, Commissie Winstdeling: grant (€ 150.000) for PhD-project drs. Susan Hogervorst, Gedeelde ervaring - verdeelde herinnering. Herinneringsculturen van Ravensbrück in Europa, 1945-2005.

2003-2006 NWO: grant (€ 120.000) for the project Paradoxes of De-Canonization. New Forms of Cultural Transmission in History, NWO program Cultural renewal and the basics of humanities. Research leader prof.dr. Maria Grever. Other scholars: prof.dr. Siep Stuurman (second applicant EUR) and dr. Kees Ribbens (postdoc FHKW EUR).

2000 NWO / Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds: grant (ƒ 35.000) translation co-authored book Transforming the Public Sphere. The Dutch National Exhibition of Women's Labor in 1898. Publishing company: Duke University Press.

1998 DCE (Ministry Social Affairs) / IIAV / Prins Bernhard Fonds / Reaal Verzekering: grant ( 55.000,-) for research and publication co-authored book with dr. Berteke Waaldijk on the Dutch national exhibition of women's labor in 1898.

1990 NWO / Radboud University: travel grant for participation in the 8th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women. Paper for the session 'Women Historians and Feminism: The United States, England, and Holland'. New Brunswick (USA), June 7.


Awards, honors and visiting scholarships

2010 Member KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences).

2008 Guest professor Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Forschungsgruppe Historische Lebenswelten von prof. Dr. Sylvia Paletschek. Freiburg (Germany), Nov. 20- Dec. 31.

2002 Visiting scholar Center for the Study of Historical Consciousness, University of British Columbia. Vancouver (Canada), May 17-25.

1999 Individual grant International Visitors Program US Information Agency (State Dep. USA)

1998 Royal decoration 'Officer in the Order of Orange-Nassau'. Due to several remarkable and exceptional achievements in the fields of academic history, history education, women's emancipation and furthermore for rendering outstanding services to society. Decorated by Ed d'Hondt, Mayor of the City of Nijmegen.

1997 Huib de Ruyter Award of the Dutch Association for History Teachers.

1996 SNS-Bank Award for best PhD dissertation of the Nijmegen University.

1990 M/V Award KRO radio 1: Onder meer vanwege de totstandkoming van het landelijk eindexamen vrouwengeschiedenis, 1990-1991.
Awards for supervised PhD theses, MA theses and other supervised research

2008 Drs. Susan Hogervorst: Dr. W.H. Posthumus-van der Goot stipend EUR for her research Memory cultures of organized Ravensbrück survivors in Europe, 1945-2005.

2008 Dr. Marijke Huisman: toptalent (grant three months full time) of the Faculty of History and Arts (EUR) to design postdoc research on autobiographical writing.

2006 Drs. Marijke Huisman: Rijklof Michael van Goens award 2006 for talented PhD students Maatschappij Nederlandse Letterkunde. Awarded article '"Beter dan Thucydides en Wagenaar. Autobiografieën en de geschiedenis van de eigen tijd, 1850-1918', Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 118 (2005).

2002 Student RU drs. Janneke Janssen: National Johanna Naber Award and Faculty Award 'Letteren' Radboud University Nijmegen, MA thesis Blanke pioniersters in Nederlands Indië 1870-1914. Gender en het koloniale in twee Indische romans van Louise B.B. en Augusta de Wit.

2000 Drs. Marga Altena: Frye Stipendium Radboud University for talented female PhD students.



1999 Student RU drs. Kirsten Snijders: National Johanna Naber Award, MA thesis Schuld en sekse. Een onderzoek naar de genderbetekenissen van 'schuld' in de discussies over de oorzaken van nationaal-socialisme en holocaust.


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