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Betty de Hart

prof. dr. mr.

19992017
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Personal information

Betty de Hart is a professor of transnational families and migration law at Vrije Universiteit. She conducts legal, empirical and historical research on the national, European and international rules that transnational families encounter, the views behind these rules as well as the impact on the everyday lives of transnational families. Such research will provide new insights into the meaning of nationality, citizenship and belonging.

Research

Betty de Hart is the recipient of a 2017 European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant to establish an independent research team and research program for her research project EUROMIX: Regulating Mixed Intimacies in Europe. The project answers the question of whether, how and why ‘mixed’ relationships are regulated in Europe, how ‘mixed’ couples respond to regulation and the role that law and lawyers play in the way in which thinking about “race” has developed in Europe.

 

In 2012, she published her book on dual citizenship, in Dutch: Een tweede paspoort. Dubbele nationaliteit in de Verenigde Staten, Duitsland en Nederland Amsterdam University Press, 2012). Earlier, in 2007, she received a Vidi-grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for her research project 'transnational families between Dutch and Islamic family law'. In 2003, she completed her doctoral dissertation on citizen sponsors with a migrant partner and migration law, in Dutch: Onbezonnen vrouwen. Gemengde relaties in het nationaliteitsrecht en het vreemdelingenrecht (Aksant Amsterdam 2003).

 

Betty de Hart has participated in various international research projects, including projects focusing on dual citizenship, family reunification and nationality law in the fifteen 'old' Member States of the European Union.

Ancillary activities

  • Centrum Internationale Kinderontvoering | Hilversum | Bestuurder | 2017-09-01
  • Universiteit van Amsterdam | Amsterdam | Medewerker | 2017-09-07

Ancillary activities are updated daily

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Europeanization Social Sciences
European Law Social Sciences
love Social Sciences
marriage Social Sciences
migration Social Sciences
reunification Social Sciences
human dignity Social Sciences
fundamental right Social Sciences

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Research Output 1999 2017

Loss of Dutch nationality ex lege. EU law, gender and multiple nationality.

de Hart, B. & Mantu, S. A. 2017

Research output: Non-textual formOnline publication or Website

Open Access
Europeanization
European Law
love
marriage
migration

Wanneer is er sprake van een 'oprecht' huwelijk?

de Hart, B. 2017 In : Asiel&Migrantenrecht. 2017, 9, p. 398-404 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Gezinshereniging en gezinsvorming

de Hart, B. & Oosterom-Staples, H. 2016 Nederlands Migratierecht. Zwaan, K. M., Terlouw, A. B., Oosterom-Staples, H., de Lange, T., Krop, P., Strik, M. H. A., de Hart, B., Grütters, C. A. F. M. & Fernhout, R. (eds.). Boom juridisch, p. 167-237

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter