Heritage, politics and anti-politics (2004-2050)

van Knippenberg, K., Duineveld, M., & Buizer, M. (2020). The ex/inclusion paradox in heritage management: the Mobarak mosque in The Hague. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development.

Duineveld, M., Van Assche, K., & Beunen, R. (2017). Re-conceptualising political landscapes after the material turn: a typology of material events. Landscape research42(4), 375-384.

Felder, M., Duineveld, M., & Assche, K. V. (2015). Absence/presence and the ontological politics of heritage: the case of Barrack 57International journal of heritage studies21(5), 460-475.

Duineveld, M., Van Assche, K., & Beunen, R. (2013). Malta’s unintentional consequences: Archaeological heritage and the politics of exclusion in the NetherlandsPublic Archaeology12(3), 139-154.

Van Assche, K., Duineveld, M., De Jong, H., & Van Zoest, A. (2012). What place is this time? Semiotics and the analysis of historical reference in landscape architecture. Journal of urban design17(2), 233-254.

Duineveld, M., & Van Assche, K. (2011). The power of tulips: constructing nature and heritage in a contested landscape. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning13(2), 79-98.

Duineveld, M., Beunen, R., & Assche, K. (2010). Interpretative heritage research and the politics of democratization and de-democratization. The Cultural Landscape & Heritage Paradox: Protection and Development of the Dutch Archaeological-historical Landscape and Its European Dimension3, 291.