Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Any critical psychologists in the Netherlands?

Somebody who reads this blog would like to know if there are any critical psychologists in the Netherlands. Are there?

8 Comments:

Anonymous wendy said...

yes there are critical psychologists in the netherlands and belgium

5:23 pm  
Anonymous wendy said...

look for david ingleby and philippe van haute on the web

5:27 pm  
Blogger Martin said...

Somebody else e-mailed me about this and mentioned Len Holdstock and two others (whom he thinks are in
Holland)- Hermans and Kempen. They have been working in the area of cultural psychology.

10:17 pm  
Blogger Desmond said...

Hermans is well known for his work on the dialogical self; Kempens is dead, I think. You can also try Paul Voestermans, who used to work at the University of Nijmegen. At Utrecht University I know of Janneke Mens-Verhulst, and in Amsterdam, Jeroen Jansz. I have a sense that Russel Spears, who edited a book on Marxism and Psychology with Ian Parker about a decade ago, is also in the Netherlands.

12:03 pm  
Blogger Martin said...

I imagine there must also be quite a few Dutch psychologists who would describe themselves as feminists. Maybe we should invent a "spot the critical psychologist" board game...

8:41 pm  
Blogger Arwen said...

Great, thanks everyone for the leads.

8:27 pm  
Anonymous wendy leyn said...

look also for the flemish psychologist eric rosseel and his dutch weblog psychiatrie en samenleving

10:38 am  
Blogger eric rosseel said...

for flemish critical psychology
see http://psychiatrie.blogse.nl

10:55 am  

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