Participation in the Cluster of Excellence
- Field of research A Transcultural entanglement and disentanglement
- Theory platforms Differentiation and Inequality
- Research Cloud Ambiguity and decision-making
- Head of project A3-25 Women, Public Life and Religion in (Post)Colonial Indonesia, c. 1920-1960
- Colonial History of Indonesia and Southeast Asia
- Women's movements and anticolonialism, with a focus on Indonesia in the 20th century
- Gender- and women's history, feminist theory and intersectional approaches to history writing
- Girls' education in a transnational context, 19th-20th centuries
- PhD History and Civilization, European University Institute, Florence
- ResMA Global and Colonial History, Leiden University
- BA History, University of Groningen
Articles in Journals
- . . ‘An Alternative Family: An Elite Javanese Girls’ School in the Dutch East Indies, c.1907-1940.’ BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review 2020. [Accepted]
- . . ‘Education, Labour and Discipline: New Perspectives on Indigenous Children in Colonial Asia.’ International Review of Social History 2020. [In Press]
- . . ‘Giving for Girls: Reconsidering Colonial Civilizing Missions in the Dutch East Indies through Charitable Girls’ Education.’ New Global Studies 12, No. 2: 217-234. doi: https://doi.org/10.1515/ngs-2018-0030.
- . . ‘'The Javanese is Soft and Docile’: Deconstructing Masculinities in Ethnography about the Netherlands Indies.’ Leidschrift 30, No. 2: 163-178.
Articles in Edited Books
- . . ‘Taman Siswa Schools in Colonial Indonesia: Looking Back to the Past, Getting Ready for the Future.’ In Looking Back, Going Forward: School_Time in Flux and Flow in Europe and Beyond, edited by , 46-49. Ebook: EERA Network 17 - Histories of Education.
- . . ‘From Colonial Education to a Transnational Mindset.’ NewBooks.Asia .
- . . ‘Youth and Empire: Trans-colonial Childhoods in British and French Asia.’ Itinerario 41, No. 1: 183-185. doi: 10.1017/S0165115317000195.
- . . ‘Wives, Slaves and Concubines: A History of the Female Underclass in Dutch Asia.’ Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies 18, No. 3: 349-352.
Theses (Dissertation or Habilitation)
- . . Indigenous Girls and Education in a Changing Colonial Society. The Dutch East Indies, c. 1880-1942 Doctoral Thesis, European University Institute.
- Kamphuis, Kirsten (): ‘An alternative family: domesticity and Protestantism at an elite Javanese girls’ school in the Dutch East Indies, c. 1907-1937’. Children in (post)colonial missions, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, .
- Kamphuis, Kirsten (): ‘'The older girls are very sweet to the little ones': affective relations in girls’ schools in the Netherlands Indies, c. 1900-1940’. Leiden Southeast Asia Seminar, Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV), Leiden, the Netherlands, .
- Kamphuis, Kirsten (): ‘Indisch: un mondo in una parola. Storia e letterature dell’Indonesia (post)coloniale’. Invited talk, Università degli studi di Napoli L’Orientale, Napels, Italy, .
- Kamphuis, Kirsten (): ‘Gadis-gadis kita. Taman Siswa as an example of gendered education in the Netherlands Indies, 1922-1942’. Invited talk, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, .
- Kamphuis, Kirsten (): ‘Intimate strategies. Elite Javanese girlhood and Christian domesticity in three boarding schools in the Netherlands Indies, ca. 1907-1940’. Seen but not Heard? The Spatial, Emotional and Material Sites of Childhood and Youth from Antiquity to Modernity, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, .