Monthly Archives: November 2012


Esmeralda Tijhoff

University of Groningen.   The project concerns the role elite women played in the development of social movements and civil society at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century. This approach offers a new perspective within the study of political culture, family culture, elite studies and women’s history. Its main [...]

2018-10-29T14:13:22+02:00Posted on: 27/11/2012|PhD Students, Submenu 'Organisation'|0 Comments

Marijke Sniekers

Radboud University Nijmegen.   Marijke Sniekers has studied cultural anthropology at the Radboud University Nijmegen. She finished her MA in 2000. She received a scholarship from Thomas More Foundation for an additional year of MA study in philosophy at the Radboud University, and finished this in 2001.  After her studies she [...]

2018-10-29T14:13:26+02:00Posted on: 27/11/2012|PhD Students, Submenu 'Organisation'|0 Comments

Joke Leenders

Radboud University Nijmegen.   Joke Leenders (1982) is a PhD student at the department of Business Administration (Research methods) at the Radboud University Nijmegen. From 2005-2011 she studied Business Administration at the Radboud University Nijmegen and participated as a student assistant in various research projects on gender(diversity) and the academic environment [...]

2018-10-29T14:13:56+02:00Posted on: 25/11/2012|PhD Students, Submenu 'Organisation'|0 Comments

Elena Fronk

Maastricht University.   Elena joined the Department of Literature and Arts of Maastricht University as a PhD Candidate in August 2010. Her project investigates the performance of age identities in online dating sites for elderly. As such, her research is situated in the field of Aging Studies. The project is promoted [...]

2018-10-29T14:13:47+02:00Posted on: 22/11/2012|PhD Students, Submenu 'Organisation'|0 Comments

Prof. Dr. Geertje Mak

Radboud University Nijmegen / University of Amsterdam   Geertje Mak has been assistant professor of Gender History at Radboud University since 2005. Prior to this, she worked as, among other things, a postdoctoral researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, published a book on the history of migrants in the Netherlands (Sporen [...]

2018-10-29T14:06:48+02:00Posted on: 22/11/2012|Curriculum Committee, Submenu 'Organisation'|0 Comments

Chiara Bonfiglioli wins Graduate Prize

A chapter of the dissertation of Chiara Bonfiglioli (doctoral degree cum laude on September 14 at Utrecht University, NOG PhD student)  won the graduate essay prize given by the Association of Women in Slavic Studies. The selection committee praised her work as original and well developed in terms of research and [...]

2018-10-29T14:14:47+02:00Posted on: 15/11/2012|News|0 Comments

Prof. Dr. Inderpal Grewal

Yale University, Connecticut   Inderpal Grewal is Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Most recently she has taught at University of California, Irvine, where she was director of Women’s Studies and of the PhD Program in Culture and Theory. Her research interests include transnational feminist theory; gender and globalization, human [...]

2018-10-29T14:15:33+02:00Posted on: 15/11/2012|Advisory Board, Submenu 'Organisation'|0 Comments

Prof. Dr. Donna Haraway

University of California, Santa Cruz   Donna Haraway, Ph.D., (b. 1944 in Denver) taught as a Professor of Feminism and Technoscience at the European Graduate School EGS. Donna Haraway is an internationally recognized feminist theorist and philosopher of science and technology. Her seminal work, Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of [...]

2018-10-29T14:15:39+02:00Posted on: 15/11/2012|Advisory Board, Submenu 'Organisation'|0 Comments

Prof. Dr. Nina Lykke

Linköping University, Sweden   Nina Lykke is professor of Gender Studies with special reference to Gender and Culture at Linköping University, Sweden. She is director of an international Centre of Gender Excellence, GEXcel, as well as scientific leader of a Nordic and a Swedish-International Research School in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies. She [...]

2018-10-29T14:16:57+02:00Posted on: 14/11/2012|Advisory Board|0 Comments

Prof. Dr. Joan Scott

Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton   Joan Scott's work has challenged the foundations of conventional historical practice, including the nature of historical evidence and historical experience. Drawing on a range of philosophical thought, as well as on a rethinking of her own training as a labor historian, she has contributed to [...]

2018-10-29T14:16:26+02:00Posted on: 01/11/2012|Advisory Board|0 Comments

Prof. Dr. Nicole Ward-Jouve

University of York, York   Writes both in English and in French. Fictions: Le Spectre du gris (in English: Shades of Grey, Virago, 1981); L'Entremise, and short stories in various collections. Critical Essays: Baudelaire (Macmillan's, 1983); Colette (Harvester Press, 1987) ; Un Homme nommé Zapolski, translated into English as The Streetcleaner: [...]

2018-10-29T14:16:34+02:00Posted on: 01/11/2012|Advisory Board|0 Comments
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