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Anita Boele

 

Anita Boele, Postdoc researcher, Utrecht University

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Postdoc Researcher

Short biography

Anita Boele studied Medieval History and Political Science (BA) at Leiden University. In January 2013, she defended her PhD-thesis at the University of Groningen, entitled ‘Members of one body. Representations of the poor, poor relief and charity in the Northern Netherlands 1300-1650’. In 2014, Boele will join the project “Nature or Nurture” as post-doc researcher, focusing on the institutional variety in premodern old age provisions. Since 2011, Boele is also involved as researcher at The Netherlands Institute for Social Research (SCP), studying recent developments in citizens' initiatives and self-organization. From April 2013 until December 2013, she worked as an advisor for the Council for Social Development (RMO).

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Involved in projects

> NWO-VIDI project "Nature or Nurture"
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Publications in relation to project

Journal article Boele, A. and De Moor, T., 2016. 'Because family and friends got easily weary of taking care'. A new perspective on the specialisation in the elderly care sector in early modern Holland. Economic History Review [in revision].
Journal article Boele, A.H., 2016. Review of M.R. Kremer (2013), Huwelijk en Vermogen. Een (rechts)historische casestudy naar de verzorging van de langstlevende echtgenoot in de stad Groningen onder doopsgezinden (1699-1809). (Amsterdam: Kluwer). Tijdschrift voor Sociale Geschiedenis [accepted].
Book chapter Boele, A., 2016. When did we see You hungry and feed You? Ideas about care and charity in the late Middle Ages. Article for conference volume Poverty. Problem or path? [accepted].
Working Paper

Gellatly, C., Störmer, C., Boele, A., and De Moor, T., 2016. Marriage and migration – The development of the Dutch marriage pattern and the impact of migration (1600-1900).

Working Paper Boele, A., Störmer, C., Gellatly, C., and De Moor, T., 2016. Distant relatives?  Long-term developments in intergenerational proximity. Case study: The Netherlands. Working Paper, presented at the ESSHC 2016.

Boele, A., 2015. De potentie van creatieve ouderen. Online-publication on www.dekennisvannu.nl [16 December 2015; in Dutch].

Boele, A., Leisink, P., De Moor, T., and Harkes, D., 2015. Zorgcoöperaties staan niet meer lijnrecht tegenover zorgorganisaties. Online-publication on www.socialevraagstukken.nl [7 December 2015; in Dutch].
Boele, A., Leisink, P., ten Brinke, N., den Dulk, B., 2015. 'It takes two to tango. Succes- en faalfactoren in de samenwerking tussen zorgorganisaties en zorgcoöperaties'. Online publication [18 November 2015], www.kenniscentrumwonenzorg.nl.
Journal article, click for link Boele, A., van Dixhoorn, A. and van Houwelingen, P. , 2015. Vroeger voor vandaag. Heden-verledenvergelijkingen voor praktisch gebruik.  Beleid en Maatschappij 42(3), 224-43.
De Moor, T., Boele, A. H., and Harkes, D., 2014. Vergrijzing kan ook een motor zijn voor vernieuwende burgercollectieven. Online-publication on www.socialevraagstukken.nl [September 11, 2014; in Dutch].
Inaugural lecture, click for PDF version Boele, A., Bouman, A., and De Moor, T., 2014. Commerciële huishoudens? De gevolgen van het Europese huwelijkspatroon en de inzet van niet-familiale hulp als overlevingsstrategie voor ouderen in het vroegmoderne Holland (casus: Leiden). In: Kwetsbare groepen in/en historische demografie. Historisch-demografisch onderzoek in Vlaanderen en Nederland. Jaarboek Historische Demografie 2014, eds. Isabella de Vos, Koen Matthijs, en Bart Van de Putte, 21-46. Leuven / Den Haag: Acco.
dissertation; click on icon for English summary (PDF) Boele, A. H., 2013. Members of one body. Representations of the poor, poor relief and charity in the Northern Netherlands 1300-1650. PhD Dissertation,University of Groningen.

 

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