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Hemel, dr. E. van den (Ernst)

Postdoc Ethnology

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ernst.van.den.hemel2@meertens.knaw.nl
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2020

van den Hemel, E. and Laurens ten Kate. “Religion, Community, Borders: Tensions and Interactions between Religious, Cultural and National Imaginaries in Neoliberal Times. An Introduction”. Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society. 2020, 5(2). 259-281. https://doi.org/10.30965/23642807-00502001
van den Hemel, E. “Who Leads Leitkultur? How Populist Claims about ‘Christian Identity’ Impact Christian-Democrats in Western Europe”. Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society. 2020, 5(2). 312-330. https://doi.org/10.30965/23642807-00502003

2019

Balkenhol, M. and E. van den Hemel. “Odd Bedfellows, New Alliances: The Politics of Religion, Cultural Heritage and Identity in the Netherlands”. Trajecta: Religie, Cultuur en Samenleving in de Nederlanden. 2019, 28(1). 117-141. https://doi.org/10.5117/TRA2019.1.006.BALK

2017

van den Hemel, E. “Geestelijke verzorging als antropologisch laboratorium van postseculier Nederland”. Religie & Samenleving. 2017, 12(2/3). 91-96.
van den Hemel, E. “‘Hoezo christelijke waarden?’: Postseculier nationalisme en uitdagingen voor beleid en overheid”. Tijdschrift voor Religie, Recht en Beleid. 2017, (2). 5-23.
van den Hemel, E. “The Dutch War on Easter: Secular Passion for Religious Culture & National Rituals’”. Yearbook for Liturgical and Ritual Studies. 2017.

2022

van den Hemel, E. O. Salemink, and I.L. Stengs “Introduction: Management of Religion, Sacralisation of Heritage”. Managing Sacralities at Religious Heritage Sites in Contemporary Europe. Berghahn Books. 2022.
van den Hemel, E. “To Applaud or Not to Applaud? Bach’s Saint Matthew’s Passion and Management of Sacrality in the Netherlands”. Managing Sacralities at Religious Heritage Sites in Contemporary Europe. Chapter 9, Berghahn Books. 2022.

2021

van den Hemel, E. “”Christian Atheism” on Twitter: Dutch Populism and/as Culturalized Religion”. and Medovoi, Leerom Bentley, Elizabeth (ed.). Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging. Duke University Press. 2021, 125-138.
Balkenhol, M. and E. van den Hemel “Keyword: Nationalism”. and Medovoi, Leerom Bentley, Elizabeth (ed.). Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging. Duke University Press. 2021, 139-146.

2020

Stengs, I.L. M. Balkenhol, and E. van den Hemel “Emotional Entanglements of Sacrality and Secularity: Engaging the Paradox”. Stengs, Irene Balkenhol, Markus van den Hemel, Ernst (ed.). The Secular Sacred: Emotions of Belonging and the Perils of Nation and Religion. Palgrave Politics of Identity and Citizenship Series. Palgrave Macmillan. 2020, 1-18.
van den Hemel, E. “The Boomerang-Effect of Culturalized Religion: The Impact of the Populist Radical Right on Confessional Politics in the Netherlands”. Balkenhol, Markus van den Hemel, Ernst Stengs, Irene (ed.). The Secular Sacred : Emotions of Belonging and the Perils of Nation and Religion. Chapter 2, Palgrave Politics of Identity and Citizenship Series. Palgrave Macmillan. 2020, 21-41.

2019

van den Hemel, E. “Social Media and Affective Publics: Populist Passion for Religious Roots”. and De Cesari, Chiara Kaya, Ayhan (ed.). European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other. Routledge. 2019.

2018

van den Hemel, E. “Post-Secular Nationalism: The Dutch Turn to the Right & Cultural-Religious Reframing of Secularity”. and Alma, Hans Vanheeswijck, Guido (ed.). Social Imaginaries in a Globalizing World. de Gruyter. 2018, 249-263.

2017

van den Hemel, E. “Op welke manier vindt zingeving plaats in een maatschappij waarin religie wegvalt?”. and de Graaf, Beatrice Rinnooy Kan, Alexander (ed.). Hoe zwaar is licht: Meer dan 100 dringende vragen aan de wetenschap. Uitgeverij Balans. 2017, 267-269.

2016

van den Hemel, E. and Asja Szafraniec “Introduction: Any More Deathless Questions?”. and van den Hemel, Ernst Szafraniec, Asja (ed.). Words: Religious Language Matters. New York: Fordham University Press. 2016, 1.
van den Hemel, E. “Reading Calvin’s language: Nice Work if You Can Get It”. and van den Hemel, Ernst Szafraniec, Asja (ed.). Words: Religious Language Matters. New York: Fordham University Press. 2016, 225-248.
van den Hemel, E. editors “Word: religious language matters”. and van den Hemel, Ernst Szafraniec, Asja (ed.). Words: Religious Language Matters. New York: Fordham University Press. 2016, 225-248.

2021

Waterschoot, Cedric, Antal van den Bosch, and Ernst van den Hemel “Calculating Argument Diversity in Online Threads”. Gromann, Dagmar, Sérasset, Gilles, Declerck, Thierry and McCrae, John P. Gracia, Jorge Bosque-Gil, Julia Bobillo, Fernando Heinisch, Barbara (ed.). 3rd Conference on Language, Data and Knowledge (LDK 2021). Open Access Series in Informatics (OASIcs). Dagstuhl, Germany: OASICS Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik, Dagstuhl Publishing, Germany. 2021, 39:1-39:9. https://doi.org/10.4230/OASIcs.LDK.2021.39

2020

2022

van den Hemel, E. Oscar Salemink, and I.L. Stengs, editors Managing Sacralities: Competing and Converging Claims of Religious Heritage Berghahn Books Inc. 2022.

2020

Stengs, I.L. M. Balkenhol, and E. van den Hemel, editors The Secular Sacred: Emotions of Belonging and the Perils of Nation and Religion Palgrave Politics of Identity and Citizenship Series. Palgrave Macmillan. 2020.

2019

Stengs, I.L. and E. van den Hemel, editors HERILIGION: Heritagization of Religion and the Sacralization of Heritage in Contemporary Europe Meertens Instituut. 2019.

2016

van den Hemel, E. and Asja Szafraniec, editors Words: Religious Language Matters New York: Fordham University Press. 2016.

2019

E. van den Hemel, I.L. Stengs (2019). ‘Sticky’ objects and unruly passions in Thailand and the Netherlands: How heritage-claims attempt to pre-enact emotions (and why this is a risky business. 04-09-2019. (ASA19 Anthropological Perspectives on Global Challenges)
I.L. Stengs, E. van den Hemel (2019). Contested Iconicity of the Cross. How The Passion creates multilayered affects and what these say about postsecular Dutch society. 20-06-2019. (Religious Heritage in a Diverse Europe: )

2017

E. van den Hemel, I.L. Stengs (2017). The Workings of the Cross. Passion for Passion Plays in Postsecular Societies. 29-11-2017. (Heritage, Religion, Authenticity and Difference )
E. van den Hemel (2017). Postsecular Nationalism? Appeals on the Judeo-Christian Roots of Secularity in the Dutch “Turn to the Right”. 29-10-2017. (Narratives of Disenchantment and Secularization: Origins, Contexts, Transformations)
E. van den Hemel (2017). Key Figures in the Study of Religion from Postcolonial Perspectives: Abraham Kuyper. 19-10-2017. (Dynamics of Religious Diversity: The Study of Different Religions and Religious Difference in Postcolonial Configurations)

2016

E. van den Hemel (2016). Lezing over belang van kennis over religie voor het NWO programma Religie in de Moderne Samenleving. 23-11-2016. (Beleidsdag NWO 23 november 2016)

2017

E. van den Hemel (2017). Luther & Calvijn: Verwantschap in een polemische tijd. 09-10-2017. (Lutherlezing)
E. van den Hemel (2017). Religie in de verkiezingen van 2017. 07-05-2017.
E. van den Hemel (2017). Op welke manier vindt zingeving plaats in een maatschappij waarin religie wegvalt?. 04-03-2017. (Hoe zwaar is licht: de avond van de wetenschap)

2016

E. van den Hemel (2016). Wat geloven we?. 02-11-2016. (Studium Generale, Utrecht)

2018

van den Hemel, E. “Undocumented Citizenship”. and Braidotti, Rosa Hlavajova, Maria (ed.). Posthuman Glossary. Bloomsbury Publishing. 2018.