Practices of memorialization cover a range of activities, performances, processes, narratives, and material objects. Examples are memorials, remembrance days, museums, online memorial websites, documentaries, movies and books. I have published several articles concerning commemorative practices regarding the Srebrenica Genocide.
|2020||'Playing Srebrenica'. Theatre plays in the Netherlands regarding Srebrenica||Y. Eski (ed.): Genocide and Victimology (Series: Victims, Culture and Society). Abingdon: Routledge, 138-150.|
|2020||Introduction to a special issue of Oñati Socio-legal Series: Practices of Memoralization and the Process of Social Reconstruction (samen met Gema Varona Martinez)||Oñati Socio-legal Series 10, no. 3, 535-543.|
|2020||The Srebrenica Exhibition (samen met Dion van den Berg)||Oñati Socio-legal Series 10, no. 3, 544-562.|
|2019||Non-healing Rituals and how to build a peaceful future: between Memory and Oblivion||Paul Post & Martin Hoondert (eds) (2019), Absent Ritual. Exploring the ambivalence and dynamics of ritual. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 119-135.|
|2018 ||Srebrenica: Conflict and ritual complexities||Martin Hoondert, Paul Mutsaers & William Arfman (2018): Cultural Practices of Victimhood (series: Victims, Culture and Society). Abingdon: Routledge, 20-38.|
|2016||The Cultural Complexity of Victimhood||Tilburg Papers of Culture Studies nr. 163|