• Audiodigitalisering op het Meertens Instituut


    Introductie en kennismaking met de audiodigitaliseringsafdeling van het MI

    Audiodigitalisering in de praktijk:

    Aanbevelingen, tips en algemene informatie voor de eigenaar of beheerder van een geluidscollectie:
    Technische aspecten voor het digitaliseren van analoge (vintage) geluidsdragers
    Volgorde en werkwijze op het Meertens instituut

    Meertens studio's:

    Informatie over de mogelijkheden en de aanwezige apparatuur.
    De studio's
    Instrumentarium:
    Studio 1
    Studio 2

    Historie, conservering en aanbevelingen over de behandeling van geluidsdragers:

    Per soort vind u hier informatie over de ontwikkeling van deze geluidsdragers en van de te gebruiken afspeelapparatuur alsmede uitleg en infomatie over de gebruikte materialen, technische achtergronden en tips over de opslag, de te verwachten problemen, het oplossen van deze problemen en het behandelen en schoonmaken van de geluidsdragers.
    Magnetische geluidsdragers
    (vintage) Grammofoonplaten
    Wasrollen (cylinders)

    Voor apparatuur en andere informatie zie de linkpagina.



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  • Jolien Clijsen

    Jolien Makkinga is a PhD candidate at the Meertens Institute and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University. She joined the department in September 2014. The PhD project, founded by EU project Advancing the European Multilingual Experience (AThEME), Meertens Institute and Maastricht University, examines how residents of a nursing home in Maastricht experience senses of belonging through language practices. Many older people who make the transition to a nursing home encounter many difficulties in experiencing belonging and a place where they feel “at home”. Residents encounter difficulties with the blurred lines between public and private areas, social and language structures of the nursing home and power relations between residents and nursing staff and cultural narratives on aging. Language practices can play an important role in experiencing (not) belonging. Through ethnographic fieldwork in a nursing home where the local dialect is spoken often, this PhD project explores how language practices contribute to processes of inclusion and exclusion, how cultural narratives on aging are reinforced through language practices and how residents themselves use language practices for empowerment.

    Her wider research interests are aging, belonging, linguistic repertoires and processes of identification.

    Jolien holds an M.A. in Contemporary Asian Studies from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She obtained her B.A. in cultural anthropology from the University of Utrecht, and completed part of her studies at the University of Oklahoma, USA.  

     

    Wetenschappelijke lezingen:

    Jolien Clijsen (Speaker) (2016). The cultural narratives on ageing and its affect on methodology. EASA Biennal conference, 20-23 July 2016.

    Jolien Clijsen (Speaker) (2016).  Empowerment through language practices in a nursing home. Sociolinguistic Symposium 21, 15-18 June 2016.

    Jolien Clijsen (Speaker) (2016). Belonging to the old and unsuccessfully aged: language practices in a nursing home in Maastricht, The Netherlands. Language, Indexicality and belonging conference Oxford, 7-8 April 2016.

    Jolien Clijsen (Speaker) (2015). The experience of belonging through language practices: changing constructions of center and periphery. WUN Workshop: multilingualism and mobilities. Understanding globalization. Two projects – one workshop, 15-16 October 2015 Cape Town.

    Jolien Clijsen (Organizer /speaker) (2015). The construction of belonging through language practices in a nursing home.  Workshop the languagecultural conceptualization of belonging, 9-10 June 2015.

    Jolien Clijsen (Speaker) (2015). Language practices in a nursing home: an ethnography on how people construct senses of belonging through language practies. NANAS Conference, 19-22 May 2015.

    Jolien Clijsen (Speaker) (2015). The linguistic construction of belonging in a nursing home. Sociolinguistics circle, 27 march 2015.

    Publieke lezingen:

    Jolien Clijsen (Speaker) (2015).  Language practices in a nursing home: an ethnography on how people experience senses of belonging through language practices. Humanities Lab Café, 31 October 2015.

    Jolien Clijsen (Speaker) (2015). Klinische les: taal in een verzorgingshuis. Verzorgingstehuis Tabitha, Den Haag, 1 September 2016.

  • Jolien Makkinga

    Jolien Makkinga is a PhD candidate at the Meertens Institute and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University. She joined the department in September 2014. The PhD project, founded by EU project Advancing the European Multilingual Experience (AThEME), Meertens Institute and Maastricht University, examines how residents of a nursing home in Maastricht experience senses of belonging through language practices. Many older people who make the transition to a nursing home encounter many difficulties in experiencing belonging and a place where they feel “at home”. Residents encounter difficulties with the blurred lines between public and private areas, social and language structures of the nursing home and power relations between residents and nursing staff and cultural narratives on aging. Language practices can play an important role in experiencing (not) belonging. Through ethnographic fieldwork in a nursing home where the local dialect is spoken often, this PhD project explores how language practices contribute to processes of inclusion and exclusion, how cultural narratives on aging are reinforced through language practices and how residents themselves use language practices for empowerment.

    Her wider research interests are aging, belonging, linguistic repertoires and processes of identification.

    Jolien holds an M.A. in Contemporary Asian Studies from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She obtained her B.A. in cultural anthropology from the University of Utrecht, and completed part of her studies at the University of Oklahoma, USA.

  • Leonie Cornips

    fotograaf: Sacha Ruland

    Research Interests:

    Sociolinguistics:

    ·         Linguistic construction of local and social identities

    ·         Linguistic variation in ‘old’ and ‘new’ non—standard varieties of Dutch: new regional varieties in Limburg, hybrid varieties of Dutch

    Acquisition:

    ·         Bilingual child acquisition (2L1/child L2)

    Methodology:

    ·         Syntactic elicitation of dialect features

    Syntactic variation:

    ·         grammatical gender, argument structure: double objects and reflexives, DO-support and verbal clusters
     

    Supervision:

    ·         Vacancy PhD candidate (deadline 01.08.2016): “Linguistic inequality within VMBO classes in a Dutch peripheral area (province of Limburg)’ NWO/GW

    https://www.academictransfer.com/employer/UM/vacancy/33523/lang/en/

    ·         Vacancy PhD candidate (deadline 01.08.2016): “Multilingualism at the work place: the use of Dutch and German in the Meuse-Rhine Euregion”

    https://www.academictransfer.com/employer/UM/vacancy/33282/lang/en/

    ·         PhD-candidate: Lysbeth Jongbloed "The use of Frisian in social media"; 01.11.2015 - 01.11.2019. Financed by Fryske Akademie & UM/FASoS.

    ·         PhD-candidate: Nantke Pecht "Speaking Cité Duits in a coalminers’ neighborhood: The construction and reproduction of social identities through language practices"; 01.09.2015 – 31-12.2019. Financed by DAAD & NWO_GW.

    ·         PhD-candidate: Jolien Clijsen “Wellbeing and Social integration of (communicatively impaired) bilinguals/bidialectals. Advancing the European Multilingual Experience (ATheme)”; 01.08.2014 through 01.07.2018. Financed by EU FP7/Meertens Instituut (KNAW)/Maastricht University

    ·         2014: MA Kirsten van der Heuij (Junior researcher). Cognitive development of bilingual dialectspeaking children in Limburg. In collaboration with Dr. Elma Blom’s VIDI Cognitive Development in Emerging Bilingualism (CoDEmBi). Financed by: SWOL (UM), Literature&Arts (UM), Languageculture in Limburg (UM), VIDI-grant Elma Blom (UU), Theoretical Linguistics (UvA), Meertens Instituut and Road veur ‘t Limburgs.

    ·         PhD-candidate: Kristel Peters “Normativity and voice in peripheral areas: Limburg in the era of superdiversity”; 16-10-2013 through 16-10- 2017. Financed by NWO_MAGW

    ·         PhD-candidate: Lotte Thissen “Constructions of local identities in Limburg: Feelings of belonging through languaugecultural practices"; 01-08-2011 through 01-08-2015. Financed by the Province of Limburg.

     

    Post-docs

    ·         2012-2014: Dr. Anna Strycharz (Postdoc Meertens Institute). Rubicon grant: Dialect levelling in an expatriate community? Exploring Japanese negation in the Netherlands. (supervision). See: http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/cms/nl/variatielinguistiek/30-algemeen/141209-externe-projecten

    ·         2008-2010: EARLY CHILD BILINGUALISM-project. NWO international program Language Acquisition and Multilingualism. Principal applicant. Co-applicants: Pof. dr. A. Hulk, Prof. dr. Antonella Sorace and Prof. dr. I. Tsimpli. Princical researchers (post-docs): dr S. Unsworth (Meertens/UU) and Froso Argyri (University of Edinburgh). http://ecb.childbilingualism.org/

     

    Memberships

    ·         Member of the FP7 network: 'Advancing the European Multilingual Experience'. See: https://vre.leidenuniv.nl/vre/atheme/public/default.aspx

    ·         Substitute Management member of COST network: 'New Speakers in a Multilingual Europe' See: http://www.cost.eu/domains_actions/isch/Actions/IS1306

    ·         Member WUN network "Understanding Globalization – Margins and Peripheries", PI Ana Deumert, University of Cape Town. http://dev.understandingglobalization.uct.ac.za/

     

    Projects:

    ·         2011-2015 Limburg portal in DBNL (Digital Library of Dutch Literature): http://www.dbnl.org/letterkunde/limburg/

    ·         2011-2012: CLARIN-project Cognition, Acquisition and Variation Tool (COAVA). Coordinator and Applicant. COAVA targets at interdisciplinary research into the relation between language acquisition and language variation by developing a tool for easily exploring the linguistic characteristics of objects. http://www.clarin.nl/node/2

    ·         2008: Chair Sociolinguistics Symposium 17 (SS17), Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/ss17/

    ·         2007-2012: EDISYN-project (European Dialect Syntax). Methodology. http://www.dialectsyntax.org/index.php/project-description-edisyn-mainmenu-50

    ·         2002-2007: SAND-project (Syntactic Atlas of the Dutch Dialects). Methodology: design of the fieldwork and syntactic elicitation techniques. http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/projecten/sand/sandeng.html

    ·         2001-present: STRAATTAAL ‘streetlanguage’. Research of mixed Dutch spoken by bilingual and monolingual youngsters in the cities in de Randstad. http://www.kennislink.nl/publicaties/hoezo-straattaal

    ·         1997-2002: TCULT-project (Talen en Culturen in het Utrechtse Lombok en Transvaal) that has been part of the NWO-program Pluriform and Multicultural Society. Co-applicant (with dr. J. Aarssen). This project involved sociolinguistic research of linguistic variation in the spontaneous speech of Dutch-Turkish, Dutch-Moroccan, Dutch-Surinamese youngsters. The data are available at the Max Planck Institute (Dutch Bilingual Database: DBL). http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/projecten/TCULT.html

     

     

     

  • Peter Jan Margry


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    Position / Affiliation


    Senior Research Fellow Religious Culture at the Meertens Institute
    Executive Vice-President SIEF - International Society for Ethnology and Folklore

    Mail address

    PO Box 94264
    1090 GG Amsterdam
    The Netherlands
    Phone: + 31 (0) 20 462 85 51
    Cell: + 31 (0) 613300909
    Fax: + 31 (0) 20 462 85 55
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    Research fields


    • Contemporary Religious Culture / Civil  Religion
    • Rituals / Processions / Silent Marches  
    • Pilgrimage / Saint Cults
    • Memorialisation and Memorial Sites
    • Apparitions & Visionary Culture
    • Fundamentalism / Contestation
    • Intangible Cultural Heritage - UNESCO
    • Material Religion
       

    Projects


    • Memorialization, Self and Society.

    Research project on the meanings and the religious and political dimensions of processes of 'memorialization' and commemmoration regarding people, objects, events and ideas in modern Western society.  
     
    • The Dynamics of Religious Reform in Church, State and Society in Northern Europe, c. 1780-c.1920.  

    This project aims to establish a platform on the basis of which four academic institutes will be able to bring about international and interdisciplinary collaboration in the field of religious history. It will involve scholars at British, Dutch, Belgian, Scandinavian and German universities. The project’s intellectual aim is to explore the different ways in which the ecclesiastical reform agenda was pursued in Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Scandinavia and Germany between 1780-1920, the impact this had on the relationships between church and state, and on the role that the churches played, as a result, within society.  
    In coöperation with: Joris van Eijnatten, VU University (Amsterdam), Nigel Yates (†) Centre for the Comparative Study of Modern British and European Religious History, University of Wales (Lampeter), Documentation and Research Center for Religion, Culture and Society, Jan De Maeyer KADOC-K.U. Leuven (Leuven).

                     

    • Dynamics and Varieties of Religion and Religious Movements    

    Three projects are grouped within this umbrellaproject. They all deal with ethnological and historical research on variations within religious culture of everyday life in modern Western society. The research focus is not on the institutionalized churches, but on vernacular or lived religion and on alternative and new forms of religion and new religious movements. Theme's as civil religion and implicit religion will be adressed.
    From a historical perspective research is executed on the culture wars of the 19th century and the mutual influencing of religious practices in relation to church, state and society:  Publication

    1 Shrines and Pilgrimage Historical-anthropological research on sacred sites and spaces, the idolization and veneration of persons and objects, and pilgrimage and its material culture in Western culture.    (see    Bedevaartplaatsen in Nederland (BiN)  /  Bin on Line (BoL)

    2 Apparitions in Contestation
    Research on marginal conservative catholic communities and religious movements, usually related to non-acknowledged devotional cults and Marian apparitions, which articulate themselves in contestative, heterodox ways in writing, messsages or performances in order to resist modernity and modernistic themes and developments in church and society.
    3 Implicit Religion
    Research on hidden or implicit forms of religiosity verborgen in everyday life and which seem not to be related to traditonal, churchly forms of religion   (like civil religion, silence, nrm's).

     
    • Processes of Heritageization along the Camiño of Santiago de Compostela: route branch Santiago-Fisterra-Muxia.

    The project (2010-2012) entails an interdisciplinary project of ethnology, history, archeology and cultural heritage studies, within the context of cultural heritage processes along the pilgrimage road(s) (the 'Camiño') to Santiago de Compostela the project deals with three main research goals:  
    (1) indentification of cultural heritage along the 'ultimate' part of the Camiño and determine whether this is subject   to processes of heritageization or not;  
    (2) analysis of the effects   of the pilgrimage in the zone along the Camiño;  
    (3) analysis of the Fisterra/Muxia myth as being the final destination of the pilgrimage and produce new knowledge on the cultural landscape. Specially for New Agers the shrine in Santiago is in an increasing way not the destination of their spiritual pilgrimage anymore; they prefer to continue to the Atlantic ocean and reach via the 'mystic' part of the Camiño the end of the world: Finisterra (or Muxia).  The project will be executed within the Heritage Laboratory (LaPa) of the research center P. Sarmiento in Santiago, part of the Spanish National Research Council, in collaboration with the Meertens Institute.
     
    • Patron Saints in the Netherlands and Flanders

      This project adresses the geographical distribution of approx. 200 different patron saints in the Netherlands and the Flemish speaking part of Belgium who are invoked for specific diseases of man, cattle and good weather. The data have geen gathered with a   questionnaire which was send out in 1959 to more than thousend informants throughout the country. The data (in Dutch) are brought now into an online database, which will be set up as a reseach tool: www.meertens.knaw.nl/beschermheiligen/
      The project is a collaboration of the Meertens Institute and DANS, the Data and Networking Service.


    Publications

    • All Publications Since 1980

    • Dissertation
      Teedere Quaesties. Religieuze Rituelen in conflict. Confrontaties tussen katholieken en protestanten rond de processiecultuur in 19e-eeuws Nederland (PhD; University of Tilburg 2000).
    Summary               (= Summary in English)
    Samenvatting       (= Summary in Dutch)
    Inhoudsopgave (= Contents in Dutch)

     


    Curriculum Vitae

    Peter Jan Margry (Breda, 6 April 1956). After finishing the O.L. Vrouwelyceum Highschool in Breda, Margry joined in 1975    the Gerrit Rietveld Art Academy in Amsterdam (photography). In 1976 he switched to the University of Amsterdam, where he   took up, for one year, the study of Dutch language and literature, and continued there in 1977 with the study of History. He received his BA in 1980 and his MA in Medieval History in 1983.  

    After his graduation  he worked  from 1984 to 1986 as researcher-archivist at the National Archives in The Hague. Meanwhile he started at the school for higher archival studies and received its degree in 1986.  

    From 1986 to 1990 he was scientific staff member at the National Audit Office in The Hague (from 1987 onwards parttime). In 1987 he became, initially also parttime, Archival Inspector in the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant. In this capacity he became member or president of various boards and high commissions in the (international) archival network.
     

    As consultant Cultural Heritage he was commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and private organisations, and was send out to Suriname (1990-1991, 1993, 1997) and the Indonesian province Papoua (1992-1993).


    From 1993 to 2000 he was director of a major national project on Pilgrimage Culture in the Netherlands, within the Department of Ethnology at the Meertens Institute in Amsterdam, one of the special humanities institutes of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (www.knaw.nl/). Under his supervision the four volume lexicon on Pilgrimage Shrines was published and the  on-line research database (BoL  databank)  was developed.

    During the period 1995 and 1998 he combined the Meertens work with a temporary appointment at the University of Tilburg for his PhD research on the protestant-catholic culture war on public rituals in the nineteenth century Netherlands. It resulted in his PhD in January 2000 (see the summary of the dissertation below).


    In 2000-2001 he was based in Rome, affiliated to the Netherlands Institute in Rome, where he researched contemporary catholic cults and devotions in Italy, and their international networking and relationships with the Netherlands.


    From 2001 to   2004 he was one of the members of the Management Team of the Meertens Institute and was director of the Department of (European) Ethnology. In 2005 he became senior research fellow, with the special interest fields Religious Culture and Memorialisation.


    Since 2004 he is Executive Vice-President of SIEF, the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore. In 2010 he became also president of the Working Group on  Ethnology of  Religion.

    He has written over 250 articles and books (see list of publications above), and is editor or board member of several journals




  • Sjef Barbiers

    Course Microvariation in Syntactic Doubling - by Sjef Barbiers - at the international fall school in linguistics EALING, École Normale Supérieure, Paris, Sept. 22-25 - 2008.
     

    Part 1: http://www.diffusion.ens.fr/video_inc.php?video=2008_09_22_barbiers.mov
    Part 2: http://www.diffusion.ens.fr/video_inc.php?video=2008_09_23_barbiers.mov
    Part 3: http://www.diffusion.ens.fr/video_inc.php?video=2008_09_24_barbiers.mov
    Part 4: http://www.diffusion.ens.fr/video_inc.php?video=2008_09_25_barbiers.mov


    CLARIN -MIMORE - three integrated databases on Dutch dialects

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBDGrqKYbIA



    Unpublished papers:

    Barbiers, S, submitted, Geography and Cartography of the Left-Periphery: The Case of Dutch and German Imperatives.
    Barbiers, S. (2012). Where's syntactic variation? To appear in: P. Auer et al (eds) Language Variation. John Benjamins.
    Koeneman, O. , M. Lekakou and S. Barbiers (2011). Perfect Doubling. To appear in: Linguistic Variation [version February 2011]
    Barbiers, S. (submitted). Syntactic Doubling and Deletion as a Source of Variation. In C. Picallo (ed.) Linguistic Variation in the Minimalist Framework. OUP. (unpublished version October 2010).
    Barbiers, S. (2009). Verb clusters and the Grammar of the Right-Periphery. Unpublished paper.


    Publications before 2000:

    (see link for publications as of 2000)


    Barbiers, S. (1999). Intermediate landing sites. In GLOT International 4 (7).
    Barbiers, S. and J. Rooryck (1998). On the Interpretation of there in existentials. In K.N. Shahin et al. (eds) Proceedings of WCCFL XVII, Vancouver 1998.
    Barbiers, S. (1998). English and Dutch as SOV-languages and the distribution of CP-complements. In R. van Bezooijen en R. Kager (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands, 13-25.
    Barbiers, S. (1998). Gaps and Remnants. In S. Barbiers et al. (eds) Small Words in the Big Picture, Squibs for Hans Bennis, 1-6.
    Barbiers, S. (1997). Over modaliteit, polariteit en transities. In: TABU 27 (4), 129-140.
    Barbiers, S. (1996a). Economy of Interpretation. In A. Arregui en C. Cremers (eds.) HIL Occasional
    Working Papers.
    Barbiers, S. (1996). Complementen van modale werkwoorden. In Nederlandse taalkunde 1-2, 135-154.
    Barbiers, S. (1995b). Focus partikels en successief cyclische verplaatsing. In TABU 25 (3), 117-120.
    Barbiers, S. (1995a): The syntax of interpretation. Diss. Leiden. Den Haag: HAG.
    Barbiers, S. (1995). Another case of scrambling. In: Linguistics in the Netherlands 1995, 13-24.
    Barbiers, S. (1994). Taalkunde en taalonderwijs volgens Hoogvliet. In: Forum der Letteren 35 (1994) 209-223.
    Doetjes, J. en S. Barbiers (1993). Constructions full of differences II. In: Totally affected, a collection of
    twelve short articles by students of Teun Hoekstra, 17-18. Leiden.
    Barbiers, S. en J. Doetjes (1993). Constructions full of differences I. In: Totally affected, a collection of twelve short articles by students of Teun Hoekstra, 9-10. Leiden.
    Barbiers, S. (1993). Verb first, specifier final. In: HIL Manuscripts 1.3 (1993), 16-30.
    Barbiers, S. (1992). Adjectives as auxiliaries of the noun phrase (1992). In: Linguistics in the Netherlands
    1992 , 13-24.
    Barbiers, S., M. Honcoop en J. Voskuil (1988). De acquisitie van pronomina. In: GLOT 1988 (11), 219-241.