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Heslinga, I.C. (Inge) MA

editor and research assistent

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+ 31 (0)58-234 30 26

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Inge Heslinga (Groningen, 1981) studied Literature (Arts, Culture and Media) at the University of Groningen. Her master research was about the conflicts between the generations of writers that published in the three most important Frisian literary magazines in the two decades after the Second World War. Her master thesis was titled 'Leave abonnee: Conflict tussen de Friese literaire tijdschriften De Tsjerne, Quatrebras en Asyl (1946-1968)' ('Dear reader: Conflict between the Frisian literary magazines De Tsjerne, Quatrebras en Asyl (1946-1968)' and was rewarded with the Fryske Akademy Skripsjepriis.

At the Fryske Akademy, Heslinga works as (web) editor for the Mercator European Research Centre and as a project employee for the international Erasmus+-project ENROPE, the German-Dutch History Network and the Sieperda Symposium (together with the Royal Frisian Society). Earlier she worked as a subject librarian on Frisian History and Literature at the provincial historical centre Tresoar, as editor for a Frisian publisher and as project coordinator in Frisian popculture.

 

Publications:

 

Heslinga, I., ‘Van ruzie tot fusie in de Friese literatuur’, in: Zacht Lawijd 8 (2009), 64-84. Zie: https://www.dbnl.org/auteurs/auteur.php?id=hesl003.

Heslinga, I., Leave abonnee: Conflict tussen de Friese literaire tijdschriften De Tsjerne, Quatrebras en Asyl (1946-1968), Masterscriptie Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2008.

Heslinga, I., 259 x Drenthe, Leeuwarden, Uitgeverij Noordboek/ Friese Pers Boekerij, 2008 (736 pages).

Heslinga, I., Het Groningen gevoel, Uitgeverij Noordboek/ Friese Pers Boekerij, 2007 (240 pages).

 

Articles:

Inge wrote (non-academic) articles about Frisian history, Frisian pop culture, Frisian literature and data management for magazines and blogs like Letterhoeke, VPRO-3voor12Friesland, Spread Popmagazine en Farsk.