Huizinga can refer to the following people:

  • Ilse Huizinga, Dutch singer
  • Johan Huizinga, Dutch historian
  • Mark Huizinga, Dutch Olympic athlete
  • Tineke Huizinga, Dutch politician

Other articles related to "huizinga":

Tineke Huizinga
... Johanna Catharina (Tineke) Huizinga-Heringa (born 16 February 1960 in Dantumadiel) is a former Dutch politician ... Huizinga grew up in Amersfoort both of her parents were teachers ... State for Transport, Public Works and Water Management, Huizinga survived a motion of no confidence in April 2008 over the (supposedly failed) introduction of a MIFARE-based nationwide ...
Playing?123 - Definition
... the field of play studies is Homo Ludens by Johan Huizinga ... Huizinga defines play as follows "Summing up the formal characteristic of play, we might call it a free activity standing quite consciously outside 'ordinary' life as being 'not ... to as the "magic circle" notion of play, a phrase also attributed to Huizinga ...
Homo Ludens (book)
... by Dutch historian, cultural theorist and professor Johan Huizinga ... Huizinga uses the term "Play Theory" within the book to define the conceptual space in which play occurs ... Huizinga suggests that play is primary to and a necessary (though not sufficient) condition of the generation of culture ...
Mark Huizinga
... Mark Huizinga (born September 10, 1973) is a Dutch judoka and Olympic champion ... Huizinga was born in Vlaardingen, Zuid-Holland in Netherlands in 1973 ... Huizinga retired after the 2008 Olympics ...

Famous quotes containing the word huizinga:

    Every age yearns for a more beautiful world. The deeper the desperation and the depression about the confusing present, the more intense that yearning.
    —Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)

    Quite apart from any conscious program, the great cultural historians have always been historical morphologists: seekers after the forms of life, thought, custom, knowledge, art.
    —Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)

    Do you know anything that in all its innocence is more humiliating than the funny pages of a Sunday newspaper in America?
    —Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)