Publications (a selection)

Books

Ruppert, Chr., C. Bijleveld, Mariëlle Bruning, J. J.H. Dekker, J. Hendriks, T. Mooren, C. van Nijnatten, W. Slot & M. de Winter, Onvoldoende beschermd. Geweld in de Nederlandse jeugdzorg van 1945 tot heden (Den Haag: Commissie Onderzoek naar Geweld in de Jeugdzorg, 2019), 1-109 pp.

Dekker, J.J.H., De pedagogische ruimte in de tijd [Educational Space in Time], (Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2019), 1-25 pp.

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Fila, J., J.J.H. Dekker & Y. Wildschut, De Kunst van het opvoeden [The Art of Education] (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2013), 128 pp.

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Dekker, J.J.H. et al., Jeugdzorg in Nederland, 1945-2010. Resultaten van deelonderzoek 1 van de Commissie-Samson: Historische schets van de institutionele ontwikkeling van de jeugdsector vanuit het perspectief van het kind en de aan hem / haar verleende zorg [Part I, Text, 413 pp.; Part II, Appendices, 219 pp.] [Child Care in the Netherlands, 1945-2010](Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2012) [Report].

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Dekker, J.J.H., Educational Ambitions in History. Childhood and Education in an Expanding Educational Space from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century (Frankfurt am Main /Berlin / Bern / Brussels/ New York / Oxford / Vienna: Peter Lang, 2010), 227 pp.

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Dekker, Jeroen J.H., Het verlangen naar opvoeden. Over de groei van de pedagogische ruimte in Nederland sinds de Gouden Eeuw tot omstreeks 1900 [From Educational Aspiration to Educational Supervision. Childhood and Education in the Netherlands from the Golden Age until 1900] (Amsterdam: Bert Bakker, 2006), 517 pp.

The Will to Change the Child

Dekker, J.J.H., The Will to Change the Child. Re-education Homes for Children at Risk in Nineteenth Century Western Europe (Frankfurt am Main /Berlin / Bern / Brussels / New York / Oxford / Vienna: Peter Lang, 2001), 351 pp.

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Dupont-Bouchat, M.-S., E. Pierre, J.-M. Fecteau, J. Trépanier, J.-G. Petit, B. Schnapper & J.J.H. Dekker, Enfance et justice au XIXe siècle. Essais d’histoire comparée de la protection de l’enfance 1829-1914, France, Belgique, Pays-Bas, Canada (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2001), 443 pp.

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Groenveld, S., J.J.H. Dekker & Th.R.M. Willemse (ed. J.Dane), Wezen en Boefjes. Zes eeuwen zorg in wees- en kinderhuizen [Institutional Care for Orphans and other at Risk Children since the Late Middle Ages] (Hilversum: Verloren, 1997), 423 pp.

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Doddema-Winsemius, M., M. van Essen & J.J.H. Dekker, De jongen Jaap Kann. Aantekeningen (1914-1918) van de pedagoog Otto Barendsen [Jaap Kann as a Boy: Notes by his Educator Otto Barendsen, 1914-1918] (Baarn: Intro, 1996), 160 pp.

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Dekker, J.J.H., Het Gezinsportret. Over de geschiedenis van opvoeding, cul­tuuroverdracht en identiteit [A Family Portrait. On the History of Education, Cultural Transmission, and Identity] (Baarn: Ambo, 1992), 43 pp.

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Dekker, J.J.H., Straffen, redden en opvoeden. Het ontstaan en de ontwikkeling van de residentiële heropvoeding in West-Europa, 1814-1914, met bijzondere aandacht voor “Nederlandsch Mettray” [Punish, Rescue, and Educate. Residential Re-Education in Western-Europe, 1814-1914] (Assen/Maastricht: Van Gorcum, 1985), x + 539 pp.

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Dekker, J.J.H., Curaçao zonder / met Shell. Een bijdrage tot bestudering van demografische, economische en sociale processen in de periode 1900-1929 [Curaçao With and Without the Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company. Demographic, Economic, and Social Processes, 1900-1929] (Zutphen: De Walburg Pers, 1982), 240 pp.

Edited Books & Special Issues

Dekker, J.J.H. (ed.), A Cultural History of Education in the Renaissance. Volume 3 in: Gary McCulloch (ed.), A Cultural History of Education, 6 Volumes (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020), i-xii + 1-250.

Canales, A.Fco., S. Polinghi & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), Classifying children., Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 55: 3, 2019, 343-527.

Verstraete, P. & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), Educational soundscapes: Sounds and silences in the history of education, Themed Issue, Paedagogica Historica 53: 5, 2017, 489-560.

Dekker, J.J.H. & F. Simon (eds.), Shaping the History of Education? The First 50 Years of Paedagogica Historica (London and New York: Routledge, 2017), 1-10.

Dittrich, K., Y. Lee & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), Transnationalising the History of Education in Modern Korea, Themed Issue, Paedagogica Historica 52: 6, 2016, 577-645.

Aubry, C., M. Geiss & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), The Backbone of Schooling: Entangled Histories of Funding and Educational Administration, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 52: 4, 2016, 315-422.

Dekker, J.J.H. & P. Smeijers (eds.), Educational Historiography, (Re-)Presentations, Realities, Materialities, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 51: 6, 2015, 671-726.

Kestere, I., Z. Rubene, I. Stonkuviene & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), Education and Power: Historical Perspectives, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica, 51: 1/2, 2015, 5-233.

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Dekker, J.J.H. & F. Simon (eds.), Shaping the History of Education? The First Fifty Years of Paedagogica Historica, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 50: 6, 2014, 707-882.

Wils, K., T. Verschaffel, H. Cools & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), ‘Longing for the Present in the History of History Education’, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 48: 6, 2012, 793-889.

Kruithof, B., B. Vanobbergen, J.J.H. Dekker & F. Simon (eds.), Discoveries of Childhood in History, Paedagogica Historica 48: 1, 2012, 1-183.

Drenth, A., K. Myers & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), ‘Normalising Childhood: Policies and Interventions Concerning Special Children in the United States and Europe (1900-1960)’, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 47: 6, 2011, 717-840.

Pache Huber, V. Dasen & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), ‘Politics of Child Care in Historical Perspective. From the World of Wet Nurses to the Networks of Family Child Care Providers’, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 46: 6, 2010, 673-852.

Caruso, M., J.J.H. Dekker & I. Grosvenor (eds.), ‘Education and Latin American Independence: Forging Polities, Inventing Republics, Reshaping Identities’, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 46: 4, 2010, 409-553.

Robert, A. D., J. Tysssens & J.J.H. Dekker (eds.), ‘A History of Teachers’ Strikes’, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 44: 5, 2008, 501-561.

Dekker, J.J.H & P. Becker (eds.), Doers: Philanthropists and Bureaucrats in the 19th Century: Views on Education and Society, Communication, Collaboration, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 38: 2/3, 2002, pp. 413-795.

Del Mar del Pozo Andrés, M., J. Dekker, F. Simon & W. Urban (eds.), Books and Education: 500 years of reading and learning, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 38: 1, 2002, pp.1-412.

Sherington, G, C. Campbell, J. Dekker, R.C. Petersen, J. Ramsland and F. Simon (eds.), Education and Ethnicity, Paedagogica Historica Supplementary Series 7 (Gent: C.S.H.P., 2001), 261 pp. (also Paedagogica Historica 37: 1, 2001).

Depaepe, M. & B. Henkens, in co-operation with J. C. Albisetti, J.J.H. Dekker, M. D’hoker, F. Simon & J. Tollebeek (eds.), The Challenge of the Visual in the History of Education, Paedagogica Historica Supple­mentary Series 6 (Gent: C.S.H.P., 2000), 512 pp. (also Paedagogica Historica 36: 1, 2000).

Sturm, J., J. Dekker, R. Aldrich & F. Simon (eds.), Education and Cultural Transmission: Historical Studies of Continuity and Change in Families, Schooling and Youth Cultures, Paedagogica Historica Supple­mentary Series 2 (Gent: C.S.H.P., 1996), 360 pp.

Dekker, J.J.H., M. Depaepe, B. Kruithof, Chr. Leonards & P. Selten (eds.), Farewell to Youth. The History of the Transition from Youth to Adulthood, Special Issue. Paedagogica Historica 29: 1, 1993, 397 pp.

Dekker, J.J.H, D. Van Damme, F. Simon & B. Kruithof (eds.), Beyond the pale – behind bars. Marginalization and Institutionalization from the 18th to the 20th Century (Gent: C.S.H.P., 1990), 309 pp.; also Special Issue, Pae­dag­ogica Historica 26: 2, 1990).

Articles and Book Chapters

English and French

Dekker, Jeroen J.H., ‘In Search of Multiple Compatibility: Modernization, Secularization, Religion, and Education in History’, Bildungsgeschichte. International Journal for the Historiography of Education 11: 2, 2021,  171-175.

Dekker, Jeroen J.H., ‘Dangerous, Seductive, and Innovative. Visual Sources for the History of Education’, in Sarah Van Ruyskensvelde, Geert Thyssen, Frederik Herman, Angelo Van Gorp and Pieter Verstraete (eds.), Folds of Past, Present and Future. Reconfiguring Contemporary Histories of Education (Oldenbourg: De Gruyter, 2021), 383-404.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Introduction. Education in an Emerging Communication and Knowledge Society’. In: J.J.H. Dekker (ed.), A Cultural History of Education in the Renaissance (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020), 1-17.

Amsing, H.T.A. & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘Educating peace amid accusations of indoctrination. A Dutch peace education curriculum in the polarised political climate of the 1970s’, Paedagogica Historica 56: 3, 2020, 360-383.

Dekker, J.J.H., H.T.A. Amsing & I.J.M. Wichgers, ‘Education in a Nation Divided. The Contribution of School Acts to the Development of Dutch Mass Schooling in the Long Nineteenth Century’. In: J. Westberg, L. Boser and I. Brühwiler (eds.), School Acts: the Rise of Mass Schooling. Education Policy in the Long Nineteenth Century (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan / Springer Nature, 2019), pp. 93-118.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Enfance’. In: C. Secretan & W.T.M. Frijhoff (eds.), Dictionnaire des Pays-Bas au siècle d’or (Paris: CNRS Éditions, 2018), pp. 233-234.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘The Restrained Child. Imaging the Regulation of Children’s Behaviour and Emotions in Early Modern Europe: The Dutch Golden Age. In: María del Mar del Pozo Andrés & Bernat Sureda García (eds.), Images of the European Child, Special Issue of History of Education and Children’s Literature, XIII/1, 2018, 17-39.

Dekker, J.J.H. & I. J.M. Wichgers, ‘Between research ethics and other interests: Challenges for historians of education’. In: P. Smeijers and M. Depaepe (eds.), Educational Research: Ethics, social justice, and funding dynamics (Dordrecht: Springer, 2018), pp. 39-53.

Bij, I. van der, & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘The Practice of the Juvenile Judge in the Netherlands: The Family Supervision Order as a Response to the Sexual Misbehaviour of Minors, 1922-1040’. In: J. Trépanier and X. Rousseaux (eds.), Youth and Justice in Western States, 1815-1950. From Punishment to Welfare (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan / Springer, 2018; World Histories of Crime, Culture and Violence), pp. 197-223.

Dekker, Jeroen J.H. Dekker & Inge J.M. Wichgers, ‘The Embodiment of Teaching the Regulation of Emotions in Early Modern Europe’, Paedagogica Historica 54: 1/2, 2018, 48-65).

Dekker, J.J.H., & S. Parlevliet, ‘A poetic journey. The transfer and transformation of German strategies for moral education in late eighteenth-century Dutch poetry for children, In: G. Thyssen & K. Priem (eds.), Modes and Meaning: Displays of Evidence in Education (London and New York: Routledge, 2016), pp. 11-34.

Gorter, Gerrit F., Hilda T.A. Amsing and Jeroen J.H. Dekker, ‘Dutch Economic Textbooks in the 1970s. Raising the Status of a New Secondary School Type by Means of Mathematical Abstraction’, Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society, 8: 2, 2016, 83–106.

Greveling, L., H.T.A. Amsing & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘Crossing borders in educational innovation. Framing foreign examples in discussing comprehensive education in the Netherlands, 1969-1979’, chapter 5 in: Joëlle Droux and Rita Hofstetter (eds.), Border-crossing in Education. Historical perspectives on transnational connections and circulations (London and New York: Routledge, 2016), 75-91.

Dekker, J.J.H. & F. Simon, ‘Introduction: Shaping the History of Education? The First 50 Years of Paedagogica Historica’. In: J.J.H. Dekker & F. Simon (eds.), Shaping the History of Education? The First 50 Years of Paedagogica Historica (London and New York: Routledge, 2016), 1-10.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘A Belief in Magic. Professionalization in Post Second World War Forced Child Protection’. In: P. Smeijers and M. Depaepe (eds.), Educational Research Volume 9: Discourses of Change and Changes of Discourse (Dordrecht: Springer, 2016), 189-206.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Images as representations. Visual sources on education and childhood in the past’. In: J.J.H. Dekker & P. Smeijers (eds.), Educational Historiography, (Re-)Presentations, Realities, Materialities, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 51: 6, 2015, 702-715.

Dekker, J.J.H. & P. Smeijers, ‘Material culture and educational research: an introduction’. In: J.J.H. Dekker & P. Smeijers (eds.), Educational Historiography, (Re-)Presentations, Realities, Materialities, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 51: 6, 2015, 671-673.

Dekker, J.J.H., M. Depaepe, M. Del Mar del Pozo Andrés and I. Grosvenor, ‘Paedagogica Historica’. In: Hernández Huerta, J. L., Cagnolati, A., & Diestro Fernández, A. (Eds.), Connecting History of Education. Scientific Journals as international tools for a global world (Salamanca: Ediciones FahrenHouse, Collection Ágora, n.3, Series Educación, n.3, 2015).

Greveling, L., H. Amsing & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘Rise and fall of the comprehensive school idea in the Netherlands. Political and educational debates on the Middle School project (1969-1993)’. In special issue on ‘Re-examining the Comprehensive School Project in Europe’, European Educational Research Journal (EERJ), 2015, 14: 3/4, 269-292.

Dekker, J.J.H. & H. Grietens, ‘Sexual Abuse of Children in Foster Care and the History of Dutch Child Protection: Actors in Fading Spotlights’. In: J. Sköld & S. Swain (eds.), In the Midst of Apology: Professionals and the Legacy of Abuse among Children in Care (Sydney: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), 127-136.

Watts, R. & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘Obituary. Richard Aldrich (1937-2014)’. In: Paedagogica Historica 51:1/2, 2015, 1-4.

Dekker, J.J.H. & F. Simon, ‘Shaping the History of Education? The First 50 Years of Paedagogica Historica – Introduction’. In: Dekker, J.J.H. & F. Simon (eds.), Shaping the History of Education? Fifty Years of Paedagogica Historica: Retrospectives and previews, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 50: 6, 2014, 707-716.

Dekker, J.J.H., H.T.A. Amsing, L. Hahurij & I. Wichgers, ‘The Resilience of Recently Graduated and Unemployed Dutch Academics in Coping with the Economic Crisis’. In: Journal of Social Science Education 13:3, 2014, 45-56 (thematic issue on: Young Europeans in an Era of Crises: Citizenship Education in a New Perspective).

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Looking at Filtered Realities. Images of Childhood and Parenting in the Dutch Golden Age’. In: K. te Heesen (Ed.), Pädagogische Reflexionen des Visuellen (Münster / New York: Waxmann-Verlag, 2014), 27-46.

Greveling, L., H.T.A. Amsing & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘Crossing borders in educational innovation. Framing foreign examples in discussing comprehensive education in the Netherlands, 1969-1979’, Paedagogica Historica, 2014, 50: 1/2, 76-92.

J.J.H. Dekker, ‘Mirrors of reality? Material culture, Historical Sensation, and the Significance of Images for Research into Long-Term Educational Processes. In: P. Smeyers & M. Depaepe (eds.), Educational Research: Material culture and its representation (Dordrecht: Springer, 2014), pp. 31-51.

Parlevliet, S., and J.J.H. Dekker, ‘A poetic journey. The transfer and transformation of German strategies for moral education in late eighteenth-century Dutch poetry for children, Paedagogica Historica, 2013, 49: 6, 745-768.

Amsing, H.T.A., L. Greveling & J.J.H. Dekker, The struggle for comprehensive education in the Netherlands. The representation of secondary school innovation in Dutch newspaper articles in the 1970s, History of Education, 42: 4, 2013, 460-485.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Educational sciences and the History of Education: ‘La longue durée’ or the Short Timeliness’. In: Bildungsgeschichte. International Journal for the Historiography of Education 3: 2, 2013, 248-251.

Schreuder, P.R., & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘The Emergence of Institutional Educational Spaces for Young Children: In Pursuit of more controllability of education and development as part of the long-term growth of educational space in history.’ In: P. Smeyers, M. Depaepe & E. Keiner (eds.), Educational Research: The Importance and Effects of Institutional Spaces (Dordrecht: Springer, 2013), pp. 61-77.

Dekker, J.J.H. & L.F. Groenendijk, ‘Philippe Ariès’s Discovery of Childhood after Fifty Years: The Impact of a Classic Study on Educational Research’, Oxford Review of Education 38; 2, 2012, 133-147.

Dekker, J.J.H., B. Kruithof, F. Simon & B. Vanobbergen, ‘Discoveries of Childhood in History: an Introduction, Paedagogica Historica 48: 1, 2012, 1-9.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘The Century of the Child Revisited’, in: M. Freeman (ed.), Children’s Rights: Progress and Perspectives. Essays from the International Journal of Children’s Rights (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers / Koninklijke Brill NV, 2011), 477-495.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘From Imaginations to Realities: The Transformation of Enlightenment Pedagogical Illusions of the Dutch Republic into Late 19th-Century Realities of the Dutch Monarchy’. In: Tröhler, D., Th. Popkowitz & D. Labaree (eds.), Schooling and the Making of Citizens in the Long Nineteenth Century. Comparative Visions (New York / London: Routledge, 2011), 50-69.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Child Maltreatment in the Last 50 Years: The Use of Statistics’. In: P. Smeyers & M. Depaepe (eds.), Educational Research: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Statistics (Dordrecht: Springer, 2010), 43-57.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Entre Rousseau y el pecado original. El modelo holandés de protección de la infancia en el siglo XIX’. In: Á. Moreu & E. Prats (eds.), La educación revisitada. Ensayos de hermenéutica pedagógica. Barcelona: Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona (2010), 73-88.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Children at Risk in History: A Story of Expansion’, Paedagogica Historica 45: 1/2, 2009, 17-36.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Beauty and Simplicity. The Power of Fine Art in Moral Teaching on Education in 17th Century Holland’, Journal of Family History. Studies in Family, Kinship, and Demography 34: 2, 2009, 166-188.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Moral Literacy: the pleasure of learning how to become decent adults and good parents in the Dutch Republic in the seventeenth century’, Paedagogica Historica 44: 1/2, 2008, 135-149.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Philanthropic Networks for Children at Risk in Nineteenth-century Europe’, Paedagogica Historica 43: 2, 2007, 235-244.

Dane, J., K. Ghonem-Woets, R. Ghesquière, P. Mooren & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘For Religion, Education and Literature: a Comparative Study of Changes in the Strategy and Profile of Traditionally Religious Publishing Houses in Belgium and the Netherlands in the Twentieth Century’, Paedagogica Historica 42: 6, 2006, 707-727.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Admiration et inspiration: Mettray dans le monde européen de l’education surveillée’, in Luc Forlevisi, Georges-François Pottier & Sophie Chassat (eds.), Éduquer et Punir. La colonie agricole et pénitentiaire de Mettray (1839-1937) (Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2005), 225-238.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Message et réalité. L’iconographie de l’éducation des enfants et sa signification morale dans la peinture de genre hollandaise du XVIIe siècle’, in Egle Becchi & Domini­que Julia (eds.), Histoire de l’enfance en Occident, tome 1, De l’anti­quité au XVIIe siècle (Paris: Éditions du Seuil / Collection Points H. 339, 2004), 397-425.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Entre Rousseau et péché originel. Le modèle néerlandais de la protection de l’enfance au XIXème siècle’, Le Temps de l’histoire 5 (2003), 27-42.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Family on the beach. Representations of romantic and bourgeois family values by realistic genre painting of 19th-century Scheveningen beach’, Journal of Family History. Studies in Family, Kinship, and Demography 28: 2 (2003), 277-296.

Becker, P. & J.J.H. Dekker, ‘Doers: The Emergence of an Acting Elite’, in J.J.H. Dekker & P. Becker (eds.), Doers: Philanthropists and Bureaucrats in the 19th Century: Views on Education and Society, Communication, Collaboration, Special Issue, Paedagogica Historica 38: 2/3 (2002), 427-432.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Demystification in the Century of the Child. The Conflict between Romanticism and Disenchantment in (Residential) Youth Care from the 1830s to 2000’, in E.J. Knorth, P.M. van den Bergh & F. Verhey (eds.), Professionalization and Participation in Child and Youth Care. Challenging understandings in theory and practice (Burlington: Ashgate, 2002), 27-48.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Cultural Transmission and Inter-generational Interaction’, International Review of Education 47: 1, 2001, 77-95.

 Dekker, J.J.H., ‘The Century of the Child Revisited’, International Journal of Children’s Rights 8: 2 (2000), 133-150.

Dekker, J.J.H., L.F. Groenendijk & J. Verberckmoes, ‘Proudly raising vulnerable youngsters. The scope for education in the Netherlands’, in J.B. Bedaux & R.E.O. Ekkart (eds.), Pride and Joy. Children’s portraits in the Netherlands 1500-1700 (Ghent / Amsterdam / New York: Ludion and Abrams, 2000), 43-60.

Dekker, J.J.H. & D.M. Lechner, ‘Discipline and Pedagogics in History. Foucault, Ariès, and the History of Panoptical Education’, The European Legacy 4: 5, 1999, 37-49.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Transforming the Nation and the Child: Philanthropy in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and England, c.1780-c.1850’, in Hugh Cunningham & Joanna Innes (eds.), Charity, Philanthropy and Reform. From the 1690s to 1850 (London / Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1998), 130-147.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Éduquer et punir. Michel Foucault et l’histoire de l’éduca­tion surveillée’, Sociétés et Représentations 3, 1996, 257-268.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘An Educational Regime: Medical doctors, schoolmasters, jurists and the education of retarded and deprived children in the Netherlands around 1900’, History of Education 25: 3, 1996, 255-268.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘A Republic of Educators. Educational Messages in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting’, History of Education Quar­terly 36: 2, 1996, 163-190.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Messaggio e realtà. Il significato pedagogico e morale dell’i­conografia sull’educazione dei bambini nella pittura olandese di genere del XVII secolo’, in E. Becchi & D. Julia (eds.), Storia dell’infanzia I. Dall’antichità al seicento (Roma/Bari: Gius. Laterza & Figli, 1996), 312-337.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Philanthropie et rééducation, XVIIIe – XIXe siècl­es: Le modèle néerlandais’, in Catherine Duprat, Jacques Petit, Colette Bec, Jean-Noël Luc (eds.), Philanthro­pies et politiques sociales en Europe (XVIIIe-XXe siècles) (Paris: Anthropos-Economica, 1994), 45-61.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Rituals and Reeducation in the Nineteenth Century: Ritual and Moral Education in a Dutch Children’s Home’, Continuity and Change. A journal of social structure, law and demography in past societies 9: 1, 1994, 121-144.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘La victoire du pouvoir privé. La protection de l’enfance aux Pays-Bas jusqu’à 1905.’, in Jacques Vuaillat (ed.), Autorité, responsabilité et protection de l’enfant. Confron­tations Européennes Régionales (Lyon: Les Éditions de la Chronique Sociale, 1992), 52-63.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Philanthropie et rééducation aux Pays-Bas de 1800 à 1850. Genèse d’une pratique ou application d’une philosophie?’, Cahiers de l’Association pour la Recherche sur les Philanthro­pies et les Politiques Sociales 1 : 1, 1992, 20-27.

Dekker, J.J.H. & L.F. Groenendijk, ‘The Republic of God or the Republic of Children? Childhood and Childrearing After the Reformation: an appraisal of Simon Schama’s thesis about the uniqueness of the Dutch case’, Oxford Review of Education 17: 3, 1991, 317-335.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Punir, sauver et éduquer: la colonie agricole “Nederlandsch Mettray” et la rééducation résidentielle aux Pays-Bas, en France, en Allemagne et en Angleterre entre 1814 et 1914’, Le Mouvement Social no. 153, 1990, 63-90.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘The fragile relation between normality and marginality. Margi­nalization and Institutionalization in the History of Educati­on’, Paedagogica Historica 26: 2, 1990, 13-29.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘The Role of Temporary Marginalization. Reformatories and Insane Asylums: the Netherlands in the Nineteenth Century’, Paedagogica Historica 26: 2, 1990, 125-146.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘La colonie agricole “Nederlandsch Mettray”. Un exemple d’in­tervention disciplinair et ecclésiastique dans le domaine de l’éducation des garçons, 1851-1914’, in Frijhoff, W. (ed.), L’offre d’école. Eléments pour une étude comparée des politi­ques éducatives au XIXe siècle (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1983), 207-216.

Dutch

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Van mini-volwassene naar kind? Een tentoonstelling over het kind in de Nederlandse 19e-eeuwse kunst’, PIP-pedagogiek in praktijk, 25: 112, 2019, 40-42.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Pedagogische aandacht via de koopgoot?’. In: H.T.A. Amsing, B. Blom, J.J.H. Dekker & M. van Essen (eds.), De kern van onderwijs. Liber Amicorum voor Wilna Meijer (Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2017), pp. 57-60.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Vrouw en opvoeding sinds de late negentiende eeuw. Het bijzondere van de Nederlandse casus’, BMGN Low Countries Historical Review 130:2, 2015, 70-91.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Opvoeden in de Nederlandse geschiedenis. Sterke ambities binnen een groeiende pedagogische ruimte’. In: Fila, J. , J.J.H. Dekker & Y. Wildschut, De Kunst van het opvoeden (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2013), pp. 118-124.

Dane, J., E.C. Walhout & J.J.H. Dekker, Overheid en gedwongen jeugdzorg: een Nader onderzoek naar toezicht en inspectie in de periode na de Tweede Wereldoorlog tot midden jaren tachtig (Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2012).

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Woord en beeld: Jacob Cats en de pedagogische cultuuroverdracht in de zeventiende eeuw’. In: J.W. Steutel, D. J. de Ruyter & S. Miedema (eds.), De gereformeerden en hun vormingsoffensief door de eeuwen heen (Zoetermeer: Meinema, 2009), 47-65.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Opvoeding onder toezicht. De Nederlandse kinderwetten in de eeuw van het kind’ [One Hundred Years of Dutch Child Acts], in: Honderd jaar kinderwetten 1905-2005 (Ministry of Justice: The Hague, 2007), 10-33.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘De opkomst van pedagogisch wonderland. Doelen, middelen en interventies in de pedagogische hulpverlening in de 19de eeuw’, Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Opvoeding, Vorming en Onder­wijs 8: 2, l992, 67-80.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Heropvoedingsrituelen in de negentiende eeuw. Rituele en morele opvoeding in een kindertehuis’ Comenius 37, 1990, 31-52.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Witte jassen en zwarte toga’s. Medici, juristen en de opvoe­ding van verwaarloosde en achtergebleven kinderen in Nederland in de tweede helft van de negentiende eeuw’, Paedagogisch Tijdschrift 15, 1990, 111-121.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Heropvoeding in de 19de eeuw: cultuurdwang en cultuurconsump­tie’, in J.J.H. Dekker, M. D’hoker, B. Kruithof & M. De Vroede (eds.), Peda­gogisch werk in de samenleving (Leuven/Amersfoort: ACCO, 1987), 65-81.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘“’Lieg niet”. “Ik help u”. Een episode uit de geschiedenis van de zedelijke opvoeding omstreeks 1850’, Nederlands Tijd­schrift voor Opvoeding, Vorming en Onderwijs 2, 1985, 80-87.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Over de relatie tussen theoretische en historische pedagogiek.’, in Spiecker, B. (ed.), Theoretische Pedagogiek (Amsterdam / Meppel: Boom, 1982, 19842), 76-93.

Dekker, J.J.H., ‘Historische antropologie: een nieuwe wetenschap? Een weten­schappelijke trektocht door de Pyreneeën en de Andes.’, Theoretische Geschiedenis / Historiography and Theory 8, 1981, 115-131.