Publications

Inaugural speech

Van Nistelrooij, I. (2022). Het zelf als moeder. De Dialogical Self Theory vanuit zwangerschap, zorgpraktijken en baarzaam-zijn. (The self as mother. The Dialogical Self Theory from pregnancy, caring practices and ‘being able to bear’). Inaugural speech in acceptance of the chair as professor by special appointment ‘Dialogical Self Theory’, embedded in the Radboud University in Nijmegen, Faculty Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies, department of Metaphysics and philosophical anthropology. 18 March 2022.

Peer reviewed articles

2022

  • Van der Waal, R. & Van Nistelrooij, I. (2022). Reimagining relationality for reproductive care: Understanding obstetric violence as “separation”. Nursing Ethics (online first, 31 January 2022)
  • Van Dijke, J., Duyndam, J., Van Nistelrooij, I. & Bos, P. (2022). “We need to talk about empathy”: Dutch humanist chaplains’ perspectives on empathy’s functions, downsides, and limitations in chaplaincy care. Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling, see: doi: 10.1177/15423050221074271. (published online).

2021

  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2021). Maternal self-understanding: a dialogue between maternal theory and the dialogical self theory. In: C. Monereo, C. Weise, H. Hermans (Eds.), Dialogicality. Personal, local, and planetary dialogue in Education, Health, Citizenship, and Research. Published on Humanities Commons, see: http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/gqxq-ng18 .
  • Van der Waal, R., Mitchell, V., Van Nistelrooij, I. & Bozalek V. (2021). Obstetric violence within students’ rite of passage: The reproduction of the obstetric subject and its racialised (m)other. Agenda,  35:3, 36-53, https://doi.org/10.1080/10130950.2021.1958553
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. & Niemeijer, A. (2021). Living in an ‘ordinary’ neighborhood? A care-ethical exploration of the experiences of young adults with mild intellectual disabilities. Disability & Society, 1-24; see: https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599.2021.1946677

2020

2019

  • Van Nistelrooij, I. & Van der Waal, R. (2019), Moederschap en geboorte: relationaliteit als alternatieve ethische benadering (Maternity and birth: relationality as an alternative ethical approach’. Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek, July. Click here for online version on www.zorgethiek.nu (in Dutch).

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2012

  • Van Nistelrooij, A.A.M. & Vosman, F.J.H. (2012). Conditions for Religious Discourse in Secularized Ethical Health Care. Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling, 66 (3), 1-11.

Book chapter

  • Van Nistelrooij, I. & Bredewold, F. (2022). “He is never ever going to pay off.” A relational care ethical response to ideas of ‘worthy mothering’ for a child with profound intellectual disability. (submitted)
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2022). The Fluidity of Becoming. The Maternal Body in Feminist Views of Care, Worship and Theology. (accepted). In: Van Nistelrooij, I., Sander-Staudt, M. & Hamington, M. (eds), Care Ethics, Religion and Spiritual Traditions, Leuven: Peeters (forthcoming).
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). Affective coexistence. Pity as a connection between emotion and ethical knowledge. In: Bourgault, S. & Pulcini, E.(eds), Emotions and Care: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Leuven: Peeters.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). Coesistenza affettiva: la pietà come connessione tra emozione e conoscenza etica. In: Pulcini, E. & Bourgault, S. (eds), Cura ed emozioni. Un’alleanza complessa Bologna: Società editrice Il Mulino
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2016). Self-sacrifice and Care Ethics. In J. Duyndam, A. Korte & M. Poorthuis (Eds.), Sacrifice in Modernity: Community, Ritual, Identity. From Nationalism and Nonviolence to Health Care and Harry Potter. Studies in theology and religion (pp. 270-287). Leiden: Brill

Edited volume

  • Van Nistelrooij I., Van der Waal R. & Mitchell V. (eds.), Reproductive Justice: Care Ethics and Beyond, (in preparation, planned for publication in 2024).
  • Van Nistelrooij I., Sander-Staudt M. & Hamington, M. (eds) (2022), Care Ethics, Religion and Spiritual Traditions, Leuven: Peeters (forthcoming).

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Book reviews

  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2021), Review of Gallagher A. ‘Slow Ethics and the Art of Care,’ Bingley (UK): Emerald Publishing, 2020. ISBN: 9781839091988, for Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek (TGE), 31(2)58.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2021), Review of C. Zufferey & F. Buchanan (2020), ‘Intersections of mothering. Feminist accounts’, New York, Routledge, for Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek (TGE), 31(1)13.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019), Review of C. Gilligan & N. Snider (2019), ‘Why does patriarchy persist?’, Cambridge, Polity Press, 2018; for International Journal of Care and Caring, 4(1)125-126.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2019), Review of H. Wildschut & I. Boesveld (eds.), ‘Integrale geboortezorg. Samen bevalt goed’, Houten: Bohn, Stafleu, Van Loghum, 2018; in Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek (TGE), 29(2)60.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018), Review of Lewis Vaughn, Contemporary Moral Arguments. Readings in Ethical Issues (Second Edition), , Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2013, in Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek (TGE), 28(4)128.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2018). Review of De Sutter P & Delrue E. De maakbare baby. Een onbegrensd verlangen? Gent: Academia Press, 2017. 240 blz. ISBN 978-014-4343-2 in Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek (TGE), 28(2)63.
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2017) Interview for Care Ethics Research Consortium

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Scientific publications (non peer reviewed)

  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2020). Voorwoord voor special issue over Ethiekondersteuning – zorgethische perspectieven (Introduction to a special issue on ethics support – care ethical perspectives). Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek, 20 (2) p.38. (Journal of Health Care and Ethics)
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  • Van Nistelrooij, A.A.M. (2015). Het goede in de zorg: een kwestie van kiezen of van beamen? Speling : Tijdschrift voor Bezinning, 2015 (1), 45-51. Click here for the publisher’s site.
  • Van Nistelrooij, A.A.M. & Vosman, F.J.H. (2013). Religieuze taal in moreel beraad. Tijdschrift Geestelijke Verzorging, 16, 45-54.
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    Van Nistelrooy, Inge (1996). Martha en Maria revisited. Zorg als ethisch perspectief. Tilburg University Press. (Sold out; edited master’s thesis, awarded with Fokkelien van Dijk-Hemmesprijs, Tilburg University’s emancipation award)
  • Van Nistelrooij, I. (2009). Zorgen doe je samen. Over relaties in de zorg. Heeswijk: Berne Media.
  • Van Nistelrooy, I. (2008). Basisboek Zorgethiek. Over menslievende zorg, moreel beraad en de motivatie van verpleegkundigen.Heeswijk: Berne Media.