Rosemarie Buikema Website
Rosemarie Buikema is professor of Art, Culture and Diversity at Utrecht University. She chairs the UU Graduate Gender programme and is the scientific director of the Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG). In that capacity, she also co-ordinates the UU share in the Erasmus Mundus Master in Genderstudies (GEMMA) and directs the annual international Summerschool in Gender Studies: NOISE. She has widely published in the field of feminist and postcolonial theory in international journals like European Journal of Women’s Studies, Women’s Studies International Forum, Journal of Genderstudies, European Journal of English Studies, Journal of European Studies, Journal of Memory Studies amongst others. Her latest co-edited publications are Doing Gender in Media Art and Culture (Routledge 2009, with I. Van der Tuin) and Theories and Methodologies in Feminist Research (Routledge 2011, with G.Griffin and N. Lykke). Her current research concerns the role of the arts in processes of political transitions. Here she combines theories of transitional justice, the politics of aesthetics and theories of sexual difference in order to develop new and multilayered scenario’s for change and transnational justice.