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Dr. E. (Erica) van der Sijpt

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
WP Groep: Docenten Antropologie
Photographer: onbekend

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
Postal address
  • Postbus 15509
    1001 NA Amsterdam
Contact details
  • Profile

     

    Please visit my personal website for up-to-date information on my trajectory, research activities, publications, teaching, media appearances, and upcoming events:

    www.ericavandersijpt.com

  • Publications

    2020

    • van der Sijpt, E. (Accepted/In press). Alleviating the ambiguities around miscarriage: Discursive tactics in Cameroon and Romania. In S. Kilshaw, & K. Borg (Eds.), Negotiating Miscarriage: A Social, Medical, and Conceptual Problem Oxford: Berghahn Books.

    2019

    2018

    • van der Sijpt, E. (2018). Wasted Wombs: Navigating Reproductive Interruptions in Cameroon. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press. [details]
    • van der Sijpt, E. (2018). The pain and pride of 'angel mothers': Disappointments and desires around reproductive loss in Romania. Medical Anthropology, 37(2), 174-187. https://doi.org/10.1080/01459740.2017.1294171 [details]

    2017

    • van der Sijpt, E. (2017). Accounting for reproductive difference: Sociality, temporality and individuality during pregnancy in Cameroon. In P. Kreager, & A. Bochow (Eds.), Fertility, Conjuncture, Difference: Anthropological Approaches to the Heterogeneity of Modern Fertility Declines (pp. 193-217). (Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality; Vol. 36). New York: Berghahn. [details]

    2014

    2013

    2012

    • van der Sijpt, E. (2012). Focusing on force and forms in Cameroon: reproductive loss reconsidered. In S. Earle, C. Komaromy, & L. Layne (Eds.), Understanding reproductive loss: perspectives on life, death and fertility (pp. 105-116). Farnham: Ashgate. [details]
    • van der Sijpt, E. (2012). ‘The vagina does not talk’: conception concealed or deliberately disclosed in Eastern Cameroon. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 14(S1), S81-S94. https://doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2011.634925 [details]

    2010

    2007

    • van der Sijpt, E. (2007). Marginal motherhood: the ambiguous experience of pregnancy-loss in Cameroon. Medische Antropologie, 19(2), 245-268. [details]

    2017

    • de Kok, B. C., Gerrits, G. J. E., van der Sijpt, E., Picavet, C., Dechau, D. M., Russel, S., ... Temmerman, M. (2017). Synthesis Evaluation of SRHR Subsidy Frameworks 2011-2015: Final Report. University of Amsterdam.

    2013

    2010

    • van der Sijpt, E. (2010). Filling with force: reproductive loss reconsidered. Viennese Ethnomedicine Newsletter, 12(2-3), 21-27. [details]
    • van der Sijpt, E., Gerrits, T., & van der Geest, S. (2010). Introduction: medical anthropology in the Netherlands. Viennese Ethnomedicine Newsletter, 12(2-3), 3-6. [details]

    2017

    • de Kok, B. C., Gerrits, G. J. E., van der Sijpt, E., Picavet, C., Dechau, D. M., Russell, S. J., ... Temmerman, M. (2017). Synthesis Evaluation of SRHR Subsidy Frameworks 2011-2015. Report for the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Amsterdam: AIGHD/AISSR.

    2014

    • van der Sijpt, E. (2014). [Review of: A. Whittaker (2010) Abortion in Asia: local dilemmas, global politics]. Medicine Anthropology Theory, 1(1), 217-219. [details]

    2009

    • van der Sijpt, E. (2009). [Review of: W. Koster (2003) Secret strategies: women and abortion in Yoruba society, Nigeria]. Medische Antropologie, 21(2), 319-322. [details]

    2008

    • van der Sijpt, E. (2008). Zwangerschapspraktijken in Kameroen. Facta, 16(3), 18-19. [details]

    Media appearance

    • van der Sijpt, E. (06-02-2017). Onderzoek: hoger kindertal houdt vrouwenbesnijdenis gaande [Print]. Onderzoek: hoger kindertal houdt vrouwenbesnijdenis gaande (Volkskrant).
    • van der Sijpt, E. (01-07-2016). Onderzoek naar onvruchtbaarheid in Roemenie. 'IVF is hier voor vrijwel niemand weggelegd' [Web] www.uitgerekendjij.nl. Onderzoek naar onvruchtbaarheid in Roemenie.
    • van der Sijpt, E. (30-04-2016). On "angel mothers" and reproductive issues in Romania' [Radio] Amsterdam FM, 'Radio Swammerdam'. On "angel mothers" and reproductive issues in Romania'.
    • van der Sijpt, E. (21-03-2016). 'Learning the Romanian language at ICR' [Radio] "Zebra", Radio France International. 'Learning the Romanian language at ICR'.
    • van der Sijpt, E. (16-06-2015). Research on reproduction in Romania [Radio] "Zebra", Radio France International. Research on reproduction in Romania.
    • van der Sijpt, E. (15-10-2014). Population decline in Romania [Television] Povesti din Brașov, NOVA TV. Population decline in Romania.
    • van der Sijpt, E. (14-10-2014). Wave of light for deceased babies [Television] 'Povesti din Brașov', NOVA TV. Wave of light for deceased babies.
    • van der Sijpt, E. (06-01-2014). Abortion culture in Romania [Radio] Bureau Buitenland, NPO 1. Abortion culture in Romania.

    Journal editor

    • van der Sijpt, E. (editor) (2014-2018). Medicine Anthropology Theory (Journal).
    • Deville, W. L. J. M. (editor), van der Geest, J. D. M. (editor), Gerrets, R. P. M. (editor), Groen, S. (editor), Meurs, P. (editor) & van der Sijpt, E. (editor) (2011). Medische Antropologie (Journal).

    2017

    • van de Kamp, J. (2017). Behind the smiles: Relationships and power dynamics between short-term westerners and Cameroonian health workers in a hospital in rural Cameroon . [details]
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