Publicaties 

2017

Vintges, Karen. 2017. A New Dawn for The Second Sex: Women’s Freedom Practices in World Perspective. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Forthcoming 

Vintges, Karen.  ‘Misunderstanding in Paris.’ In: Bauer, N. and L. Hengehold (eds.) The Blackwell Companion to Simone de Beauvoir. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers.

Buitelaar, Marjo, Moha Ennaji, Fatima Sadiqi en Karen Vintges (red.). Marokkaanse vrouwen: nieuwe pespectieven. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Vintges, Karen.  ‘Surpassing Liberal Feminism: Beauvoir’s Legacy in Global Perspective.’ M. Lascano and E. O’Neill (Eds.),  Feminist History of Philosophy: The Recovery and Evaluation of Women’s Philosophical Thought. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag.

2016

Wetenschappelijk

Ennaji, Moha, Fatima Sadiqi and Karen Vintges (Eds.). 2016. Moroccan Feminisms: New Perspectives. Trenton: Red Sea Press.

Ennaji, Moha, Fatima Sadiqi and Karen Vintges. 2016. Introduction. In: Ennaji, Moha, Fatima Sadiqi and Karen Vintges (Eds.), Moroccan Feminisms: New Perspectives. Trenton: Africa World Press,

Vintges, Karen. 2016. ‘Women and Islam in the Western Media.’ In: Ennaji, M. (ed.), New Horizons of Muslim Diaspora in North America and Europe. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 153-162.

 

Populariserend

Vintges, Karen. 2016. ‘Simone de Beauvoir und die Superfrau: Neue Mythen der Weiblichkeit in einem neoliberalen Zeitalter.’  Soziopolis, 14-04-2016. http://www.soziopolis.de/suche/?tx_kesearch_pi1[filter][3][43]=43tschwerpunktsimonedebeauvoir

 

2015

 

Wetenschappelijk

K.V.Q. Vintges (2015). ‘Introduction to the Short Feminist Texts from the Fifties and Sixties.’ M. Simons (Ed.), The Beauvoir Series, Volume VI: Feminism (The Beauvoir Series). Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 69-75.

Papers

Vintges, Karen. ‘Misunderstanding in Paris: Rereading The Second Sex from a Global perspective.’ Paper for the Hypatia Conference: Exploring Collaborative Contestations and Diversifying Philosophy. May 28-30, 2015, Villanova, Villanova University.

Vintges, Karen. ‘Misunderstanding in Paris: Rereading The Second Sex from a Global Perspective.’ Paper for the annual conference of the Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW). Amsterdam, VU-University, 11-12 december 2015.

Vintges, Karen. ‘The Second Sex in World Perspective.’ Paper for Symposium ‘Diversifying Philosophy. Recent Trends in Feminist Theory.’ Organised by OZSW (Dutch Research School of Philosophy) and IAPh (International Association of Women Philosophers), Amsterdam, VU-University, September 11-12, 2015.

Populariserend

  1. Vintges en T. Andreoli, 2015. Simone de Beauvoir en de supervrouw.’ A. Meulenbelt & R. Römkens (red). Het F-boek: feminisme van nu in woord en beeld. Amsterdam: Atria / Spectrum.

 

Earlier publications [selection]:

K. Vintges, Muslim Women in the Western Media: Foucault, Agency, Governmentality and Ethics. European Journal of Women Studies. Forthcoming August 2012.http://dare.uva.nl/document/469358

B. van Leeuwen & K. Vintges, ‘A dream dreamed by reason… hollow like all dreams”: French existentialism and its Critique of Abstract Liberalism.’ Hypatia, 25, 3, Summer 2010, 653-674.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1527-2001.2010.01109.x/full

‘The life of Rabia al-Adawiyya: reflections on feminism and fundamentalism.’,  In: I. Dubel & K. Vintges (eds), Women, feminism & fundamentalism, (2007), p. 53-60

http://dare.uva.nl/record/360950

‘Endorsing practices of freedom: feminism in a global perspective.’

In: D. Taylor & K.Vintges (ed.s), Feminism and the final Foucault, (2004), p. 275-299

http://dare.uva.nl/record/361762

‘Must we burn Foucault? Ethics as art of living: Simone de Beauvoir and Michel Foucault.’  Continental Philosophy Review, Vol. 34, (2001), 165-181 http://dare.uva.nl/record/94669

K.V.Q. Vintges and E. Tjong Tjin Tai, ‘A Foucauldian Critique of Goldhagen.’ European Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol. 3, (2000), 147-172 http://dare.uva.nl/record/85311

‘Vijf slogans voor het nieuwe engagement.’ Filosofie Magazine, Vol. 13, (2004), 44-49,  http://dare.uva.nl/record/360971

I. BOOKS

C. Ceton (hoofdred.), I. v.d.Burg, A.Halsema, V. Vasterling en K.Vintges (Red.). 2012.  Vrouwelijke filosofen. Een historisch overzicht. Amsterdam: Atlas, 520 pp.

I. Dubel  and K. Vintges (Eds.). 2007. Women, Feminism and Fundamentalism.  Amsterdam: SWP Publishers, 160 pp.

Taylor, D. and K. Vintges (Eds.). 2004. Feminism and the Final Foucault. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 303 pp.

Vintges, K. 2003. De terugkeer van het engagement. Amsterdam: Boom, 121 pp. (over de politieke filosofie van de late Foucault)

Koetsier, T, K. Vintges, H. Schwab (Red.). 2001. Word ik van filosofie een beter mens? Budel: Uitgeverij Damon, 164 pp.

Vintges, K. 1998.  Filosofia os pathos. Athene: Filistor, 294 pp.

Pott, H. J., V. Vasterling, R. van de Vall, K. Vintges (Red.). 1997. Liber amicarum. Over kunst, literatuur en filosofie. Amsterdam: Boom, 199 pp.

Vintges, K. 1996. Philosophy as Passion. The Thinking of Simone de Beauvoir. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 202 pp.

Vintges, K. 1992. Filosofie als passie. Het denken van Simone de Beauvoir. Amsterdam: Prometheus, 256 pp.

II. FORTHCOMING:

K. Vintges, ‘Muslim Women in the Western Media: Foucault, Agency, Governmentality and Ethics.’ European Journal of Women Studies. Forthcoming August 2012.

K. Vintges, ‘Introduction to the Short Feminist Texts from the Fifties and Sixties.’ In: M. Simons, (Ed.), The Beauvoir Series, Volume VI: Feminism. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

K.Vintges, ‘Surpassing Liberal Feminism: Beauvoir’s Legacy in Global Perspective.’ In M. Lascano  and E.O’Neill,  Feminist History of Philosophy: The Recovery and Evaluation of Women’s Philosophical Thought. Springer Verlag, forthcoming 2010

III. PUBLICATIONS 2000-2011 (selection)

K. Vintges, ‘Freedom and Spirituality.’ In: D.Taylor (Ed.),  Michel Foucault: Key Concepts. Durham: Acumen Press, 2011, 99-110.

B. van Leeuwen & K. Vintges, ‘”A dream dreamed by reason… hollow like all dreams”: French existentialism and its Critique of Abstract Liberalism.’ Hypatia, summer 2010, 653-674.

K. Vintges & F. Kaulingfreks (Red.), Nieuw engagement,  themanummer van het Tijschrift voor Humanistiek / Journal for Humanistics, 10, 37 april 2009, 96 pp.

‘Is het feminisme een kolonialisme? De erfenis van Simone de Beauvoir.’ Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 2009, 12,1, 67-72.

B. van Leeuwen & K. Vintges, ‘L’existentialismefrançais d’un point de vue multiculturel: Une politique de la différence dans les philosophies de Simone de Beauvoir et de Jean-Paul Sartre.’ In: Th. Stauder (éd.), Simone de Beauvoir cent ans après sa naissance. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 2008, 435-455.

‘Vrijheid in verbondenheid: het actuele denken van Simone de Beauvoir’. In: J. Hermsen (red.), Alles Welbeschouwd. Kampen: Uitgeverij Klement, 2008, 33-59.

‘Oude heiligenlevens in nieuw perspectief. Overdenkingen bij het lezen van de Vita Sancti Adalberti.’ In: J. Vis (red.), Het klooster Egmond: hortus conclusus. Egmondse Studies deel V. Hilversum: Uitgeverij Verloren, 2008, 321-329.

‘The Life of Rabia al Adawiyya: Reflections on Feminism and Fundamentalism.’ In: I. Dubel & K. Vintges (Eds.), Women, Feminism and Fundamentalism. Amsterdam : SWP Publishers, 2007, 53-60.

‘Feminisme en Islam: over contexten en concepten.’ Filosofie en praktijk. 2006, 27, 1, 6-13.

‘Simone de Beauvoir: A Feminist Thinker for the Twenty-first Century.’ In: M. Simons (Ed.), The Philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir: Critical Essays. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006, 214-227.

‘The Return of Commitment: Simone de Beauvoir’s The Mandarins Revisited.’ In: Shannon Mussett and S. Scholz (Eds.), The Contradictions of Freedom. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2005, 105-118.

‘Some Hypes and Some Hope: Women and Islam in the Western Media.’ Concilium, ‘Islam and Enlightenment,’ 2005, 5, 41-48.  Published in German in: Concilium, ‘Islam und Aufklärung: neue Fragen’ (‘Zwischen Medienrummel und Hoffnung: Frauen und Islam in den westlichen Medien.’), 2005, 5, 499-506. Published in Italian, in: Concilium, ‘Islam e Illumisnismo: nuove questioni.’ (‘Donne e Islam nei media occidentali.’), 2005,5, [736] 52-[746] 62.Also published in Spanish and Portuguese translations, In Concilium 2005, 5. (December 2005)

‘Introduction to “Jean-Paul Sartre [1945].”’ In: Margaret Simons (Ed.), Simone de Beauvoir: Philosophical Writings. The Beauvoir Series, Volume I.Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2004, 221-228.

‘Endorsing Practices of Freedom. Feminism in a Global Perspective.’ In: Dianna Taylor and Karen Vintges (Eds.), Feminism and the Final Foucault. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2004, 275-299.

‘Beauvoir’s Autobiography: “Auto-fiction” or Selftechnique ?’ In: Yvanka Raynova and Susanne Moser (Hrsg.), Simone de Beauvoir: 50 Jahre nach demAnderen Geslecht. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang GmbH,  2004, 203-211.

‘La réponse adéquate de Beauvoir à la question “Qui sommes-nous aujourd’hui?”’ In : C. Delphi et S. Chaperon (Red.), Cinquantenaire du Deuxième Sexe. Paris: Éditions Syllepse, 2002, 152-157.

”Must we burn Foucault?” Ethics as Art of Living: Simone de Beauvoir and Michel Foucault.’ Continental Philosophy Review, 2001, 34, 2, 165-181.

K. Vintges & E. Tjong Tjin Tai, ‘The Willingness of  the Executioners. A Foucauldian Critique of Goldhagen.’ European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2000, 3, 2 , 147-172.

IV. Papers 2000-2010  (selection)

‘Hypes and Hopes: Women and Islam in the Western media.’ Paper for the conference Multiculturalisme et démocratie dans le monde Musulman, 2-5 juli 2009,  Université de Fes, Maroc.

‘New media strategies of Muslim women and their importance for Western democracy.’ Paper for the VISOR conference on Democracy, Culture, and Religion. Visor: VU Institute for the Study of Religion, Culture and Society, VU Amsterdam 25-8-2009.

‘Surpassing liberal feminism. In honour of Eva Lundgren Gothlin.’ Paper for the Symposium The Philosophical Feminism of Simone de Beauvoir, at the APA (American Philosophical Association) Central Division meeting, Chicago April 19, 2008.

Workshop Presentation with Prof. Dianna Taylor: ‘Feminists Engage the Present: Islam, 9/11 and the Final Foucault’ , 5th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities. Paris, July 19, 2007.

‘The Final Foucault’s “Oriental Subtext” and the Emerging Discourse of Islamic Feminism.’ Conference in honor of the 30th anniversary of the publication of the first volume of Foucault’s History of Sexuality, “The Body: Ethos and Ethics.” The New School, New York, 2006,  October 5-8.

‘The Proto-Egaliarian Life of Rab’ia al-Adawiyya’, Conference of the IAPH (Internatinal Association of Women Philosophers) Rome, 2006, 31/08 – 3/9.

‘Het leven van Rab’ia al-Adawiyya.’ Lezing ter gelegenheid van de opening van het academisch jaar, Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2006,  September 7.

Discussant bij het panel ‘Gender, Islam and European Multiculturalism’, The European Social Science History Conference, RAI building in Amsterdam. With Jytte Klausen, Judith Vichniac, Sonya van Wichelen en Frances Gouda, 2006, March  24.

‘Feminism, Islam and Modernity.’ Discussiebijdrage in reactie op de lezing van Nasr AbuZayd: ‘Islam, Muslims and the West: the Entrapped and the Entrapper.’ Conferentie Critical Theory Today: Perspectives and Practices. Universiteit voor Humanistiek, 2004, January 29.

‘Endorsing Practices of Freedom: Feminism in A Global Perspective.’ Plenary Session: Difference and Politics, XV World Congress of Sociology in Brisbane/ Australia, 2002, July10.

‘Feminism and the Final Foucault.’ Lezing in kader van conferentie van de International Association of Philosophy and Literature, Erasmus Universiteit, 2002, June 6.

‘”Must we Burn Foucault?” Ethics as Art of Living: Michel Foucault and Simone de Beauvoir.’ Forty-First Annual Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy. Penn State/USA, 2000, October 5.

‘Beauvoir’s Adequate Answer to the Question Who We Are Today.’ Le Cinquantenaire du ‘deuxième sexe’. Colloque International sous le haut patronage de L’UNESCO et du Ministère de la Culture, Parijs, 1999, Jan.17-23.

‘The Relevance of Beauvoir’s Philosophy Today.’ Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, 1998, August 10-16.

‘Princess Diana and the subject of Beauvoir’s The Second Sex’. Conference of the International Association of Women Philosophers, Boston, 1998, August 6-10.