Anouk Smeekes

Dr. Anouk Smeekes

Utrecht University
Department of Interdisciplinary Social Science
Padualaan 14
3584 CH Utrecht
The Netherlands

Position / Tätigkeit:

Assistant Professor

Forschungs- und Interessengebiete:
  • prejudice and intergroup relations
  • attitudes towards immigrants and feelings of national belonging among native majority members
wichtigste Veröffentlichungen:

(with Maykel Verkuyten) The presence of the past: Identity continuity and group dynamics, in: European Review of Social Psychology 26 (2015), pp. 162-202

(with Maykel Verkuyten and Borja Martinovic) Longing for the country’s good old days: National nostalgia, autochthony beliefs, and opposition to Muslim expressive rights, in: British Journal of Social Psychology 54 (2015), pp. 561-580

National nostalgia: A group-level emotion that benefits the in-group but hampers intergroup relations, in: International Journal of Intercultural Relations 49 (2015), pp. 54-67

(with Jolanda Jetten et al.) Regaining in-group continuity in times of anxiety about the group’s future: A study on the role of collective nostalgia across 27 countries, in: Social Psychology 49 (2018), pp. 311-329

Longing for the good old days of ‘our country’: Understanding the triggers, functions and consequences of national nostalgia, in: Sahana Mukherjee/Phia S. Salter (eds), History and Collective Memory from the Margins. A Global Perspective, New York 2019, pp. 53-77

(with Jolanda Jetten) Longing for one’s home country: National nostalgia and acculturation among immigrants and natives, in: International Journal of Intercultural Relations 69 (2019), pp. 131-150

(with Michael J.A. Wohl and Anna Stefaniak) Days of Future Past: Concerns for the Group’s Future Prompt Longing for Its Past (and Ways to Reclaim It), in: Current Directions in Psychological Science 29 (2020), pp. 481-486

(with Michael J.A. Wohl and Anna Stefaniak) Longing is in the memory of the beholder: Collective Nostalgia content determines the method members will support to make their group great again, in: Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 91 (2020), 104044