Articles

Allen, Rose Mary. (2018). “Women Making Freedom: Locating Gender in Intra-Caribbean Migration from a Curaçaoan Perspective.” A/b: Auto/Biography Studies 33 (3): 703–17.

Allen, Rose Mary. (2018). “An Intersectional Approach to Understanding the Social Life of Female, British Caribbean, Immigrant Domestic Workers in Twentieth Century Curaçao: Controlling Sexual Morality,” Dissolving Disciplines: Tidal Shifts in the Study of the Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the Dutch Caribbean and beyond. Eds. Nicholas Faraclas e.o. (1)109-22.

Allen, Rose Mary. (2018). “Negotiating Gender, Citizenship and Nationhood through Universal Adult Suffrage in Curacao,” Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, 12, 299-318.

Allen, Rose Mary. (2017). ‘Nothing about us, without us’: Constructing Women’s Historical Knowledge, a Case Study of Curaçao. Yearbook of Women’s History, 37.

Allen, Rose Mary. (2017). “Contesting Respectability and Sexual Politics in Post-Emancipation Curaçao,” Archaeologies of Erasures and Silences: Recovering othered languages, literatures and cultures in the Dutch Caribbean and beyond. Eds. Nicholas Faraclas e.o. (1) 99-112.

Allen, Rose Mary. (2014). “The Oral History of Slavery, Afro-Curaçaoan Memory, and Self-Definition: A Caribbean Perspective on the 300th Anniversary of the Treaty of Utrecht,” Sargasso: Journal of Caribbean Literature, Language, & Culture, I & II, 135-153.

Allen, Rose Mary. (2010). “The Complexity of National Identity Construction in Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean,” The European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies/ Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe, 89, 117-125.

Bala, S. (2018). ‘Dekoloniseer het kunstonderwijs’, Rekto:Verso, (79).

Bala, Sruti. (2017). “Decolonising Theatre and Performance Studies. Tales from the class room,” Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 20 (3), 333-345.

Colpani, G., & Isenia, W. G. S. J. (Eds.) (2019). Editorial: Imperial Entanglements and Archival Desires. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 22(2), 125-143.

Colpani, Gianmaria., & Isenia, Wigbertson Julian. (2018). “Strange Fruits: Queer of Color Intellectual Labor in the Netherlands in the 1980s and 1990s,” Postcolonial Intellectuals in Europe: Portraits, Networks and Connections. Eds Sandra Ponzanesi & Adriano José Habed.  

Isenia, Wigbertson Julian. (2016). "Book Review: The Global Trajectories of Queerness: Re-thinking Same-Sex Politics in the Global South by Ashley Tellis and Sruti Bala," Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 19(4), 480-484.

Isenia, W. G. S. J. (2019). Looking for kambrada: Sexuality and social anxieties in the Dutch colonial archive, 1882-1923. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 22(2), 125-143.

Isenia, W. G. S. J., Colpani, G., & Pieter, N. (2019). Archiving Queer of Colour Politics in the Netherlands: a roundtable discussion. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 22(2), 163-182.

Lakshmi, C. S., & Bala, S. (2017). No more sewing machines!: The challenge of a women's archive in India. Yearbook of Women’s History, 37.

Martis, Jacqueline. (1999). “Tourism and the sex trade in St. Maarten and Curaçao, the Netherlands Antilles”. Sun, sex, and gold: Tourism and sex work in the Caribbean. Eds. Kamala Kempadoo. 201-216.


Books

Allen, Rose Mary. (2007). Di Ki Manera: a Social History of Afro-Curaçaoans, 1863-1917. Amsterdam: SWP Publishers.

Tellis, Ashley, and Sruti Bala, eds. (2015). The Global Trajectories of Queerness: Re-thinking Same-Sex Politics in the Global South. Leiden and Boston: Brill.