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  1. 2018
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    Wesseling, E. (2018). Judith Rich Harris. In T. K. Shackelford, & V. A. Weekes-Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-16999-6_2396-1
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    Wesseling, E. (2018). Vitalizing Childhood through Old Age in Hector Malot's Sans Famille: an Intersectional Perspective. In V. Joosen (Ed.), Connecting Childhood and Old Age in Popular Media (pp. 61-76). University Press of Mississippi .
  7. 2017
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    Wesseling, E. (2017). Happiness is Quite Common: Postmemory of ‘The Fifties’ in De Daltons (1999-2010). In E. Wesseling (Ed.), Reinventing Childhood Nostalgia : Books, Toys, and Contemporary Media Culture (pp. 274-297). (History of Childhood). London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
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    Wesseling, E. (2017). Introduction. In E. Wesseling (Ed.), Reinventing Childhood Nostalgia: Books, Toys and Contemporary Media Culture (pp. 1-17). (Studies in Childhood, 1700 to the present). London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
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    Wesseling, E. (Ed.) (2017). Reinventing Childhood Nostalgia: Books, Toys and Contemporary Media Culture. (Studies in Childhood, 1700 to the Present). London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
  14. 2016
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    Wesseling, E. (2016). Animals, Angels and Americans: Remediating Dickensian Melodrama in the Comic Strip Little Orphan Annie (1924-45). In E. Wesseling (Ed.), The Child Savage, 1890-2010 From Comics to Games: From Comics to Games (pp. 121-134). (Ashgate Studies in Childhood, 1700 to the present). Farnham: Ashgate.
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    Wesseling, E. (2016). Introduction. In E. Wesseling (Ed.), The Child Savage, 1890-2010: from Comics to Games (pp. 1-19). (Ashgate Studies in Childhood, 1700 to the present). Burlington: Ashgate.
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    Wesseling, E. (Ed.) (2016). The Child Savage, 1890-2010: From Comics to Games. (Ashgate Studies in Childhood, 1700 to the Present). Farnham: Ashgate.
  22. 2015
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  24. 2014
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    Wesseling, E. (2014). A Dialogue on the Dilemmas of Feminist Research Praxis. In K. Leurs (Ed.), Everyday Feminist Research Praxis: Doing Gender in The Netherlands (pp. 280-299). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
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    Wesseling, E. (2014). Horen, zien en lezen: Radio, Televisie en jeugdliteratuur. In R. Ghesquière (Ed.), Een land van waan en wijs: Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse jeugdliteratuur (pp. 460-482). Amsterdam: Atlas Contact.
  28. 2013
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    Wesseling, E. (2013). Seed from the east, seed from the west, which one will turn out best? The Demonic Adoptee in The Bad Seed (1954). In A. Andeweg, & S. Zlosnik (Eds.), Gothic Kinship (pp. 63-81). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
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  31. 2012
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  33. 2011
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  38. 2010
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    Wesseling, E. (2010). Unmanning Exoticism: The Breakdown of Christian Manliness in The Book of the Heathen. In M. Kohlke, & C. Gutleben (Eds.), Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (pp. 311-339). Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  40. 2009
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    Wesseling, E. (2009). Pluk van Petteflet als inburgeringscursus. In D. D. Geest, A. Masschelein, & J. Baetens (Eds.), Eeuwige jeugd: Boeken voor Rita Ghesquiere (pp. 137-142). Leuven: Peeters.
  44. 2008
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    Wesseling, E. (2008). `Fiete met de Fieten': Man-vrouwbeelden in Prutske. In T. Sintobin, & M. D. Smedt (Eds.), Een wijf is een wijf: Mannen en vrouwen bij Stijn Streuvels. (pp. 181-195). Leuven: Lannoo.
  46. 2006
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    Buikema, R., & Wesseling, E. (2006). Het heilige huis: De gotieke vertelling in de Nederlandse literatuur. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
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  50. 2005
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    Wesseling, E. (2005). The Decline of Modernism and the Rise of Children's Literature: Divided Consciousness in the Lyrics of Annie M.G. Schmidt. In G. Dorleijn (Ed.), New Trends in Modern Dutch Literature (pp. 89-104). Leuven: Peeters.
  55. 2004
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    Wesseling, E. (2004). Kindlinten, Bengelbussen en Gemaksballes. Kritische kanttekeningen bij de uitvoering van de Stimuleringsregeling Dagindeling. In P. Sep, & M. Verheije (Eds.), Groot en klein verzet. Temporele ordening in Nederland (pp. 85-99). Amsterdam: De Balie.
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    Wesseling, E. (2004). Visuelle Narrativität im Bilderbuch: Heinrich Hoffmanns Struwwelpeter. In B. Von Dolle-Weinkauff (Ed.), Kinder- und Jugendliteratuurforschung 2003/2004 (pp. 27-44). Franffurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  60. 2002
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    Wesseling, E. (2002). Boekbespreking. KWALON, 7(3), 45-49.
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    Wesseling, E. (2002). De hardnekkigheid van culturele hiërarchieën: Het geval Schmidt. In J. Baetens, & G. Verstraete (Eds.), Cultural Studies: Een inleiding (pp. 155-167). Nijmegen: Vantilt.
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    Wesseling, E. (2002). Deskundige waarschuwingen tegen deskundigen: Een gemeenplaats uit de psychologiserende opvoedingsvoorlichting. In B. Theunissen, & R. Vermij (Eds.), De opmars van deskundigen: Souffleurs van de samenleving (pp. 147-161). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  65. 2001
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    Wesseling, E. (2001). Geleerde moeders. Amsterdam: De Balie.
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