Rikke Andreassen
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    The great number of my publications are in Danish but my Ph.D. dissertation and a few articles are in English, see below. For a more complete list see my Danish list of selected publications:

    • Representations of Sexuality and Race at Danish Exhibitions of 'Exotic' People at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, in NORA. Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, vol. 20 (2), pp. 126-147.
    • Disappering Act. The forgotten history of colonialism, eugenics and gendered othering in Denmark (with Bolette Blaagaard), in Teaching Race with a Gendered Edge (eds. Hipfl & Loftsdottir), Central European University Press, 2012, pp. 81-96.
    • Gender as a tool in Danish debates about Muslims. In Islam in Denmark. The Challenge of Diversity (ed. Nielsen). Lexington Books, 2012.
    • Sing a song but stay out of politics. Two cases of representation in the Danish media, in Media in Motion: Cultural Complexity and Migration in the Nordic Region, eds. Kaarina Nikunen & Elisabeth Eide, (Aldershot: Ashgate) 2010.
    • Veiled Debates: Gender and gender equality in European National narratives (with Doutje Lettinga), in Politics, Religion and gender. Regulating the Muslim Headscarf, eds. Sauer & Rosenberger), (Routledge), 2011.
    • Non-Regulation. Opportunuty for Freedom of Religion or Sedimentation of Existing Power Structures (with Eirini Avramopoulou, Nora Gresch, Sevgi Kilic & Birgit Sauer), in Politics, Religion and gender. Regulating the Muslim Headscarf, eds. Sauer & Rosenberger, (Routledge), 2011.
    • Ali viole et Peter sait aimer: le rôle des médias danois et les
      constructions genrées de la sexualité
      , Migrance, Une revue consacrée à l'histoire de l'immigration en France et en Europe, L'association Génériques, maj 2007.
    • Reclaim the brand name, Glocal Times, nr. 6, 2006
    • Whose skin does a skin colored plaster match? (pdf, p. 14), Speak up, Set Up Tolerance, nr. 1, 2006
      Download Ph.D. Thesis
    • The Mass Media's Construction of Gender, Race, Sexuality and Nationality. An Analysis of the Danish News Media's Communication about Visible Minorities, Ph.D Thesis at University of Toronto, 2005.
      Download the Ph.D. Thesis (PDF - 1,6 MB)
    • From a Collective Women’s Project to Individualized Gender Identities: Feminism, women’s movements, and gender studies in Denmark, Atlantis. A Journal of Women’s Studies, november 2004.
    • The ‘exotic’ as mass entertainment: Denmark 1878-1909, Race & Class 45, #2, 2003.


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