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Hong Wu

Utrecht University Hong Wu is a PhD candidate at Utrecht University. She has worked with Ford foundation and Narada foundation in the fields of sexuality education for Chinese migrant children. Having studied Chinese migrant children for three years, she is increasingly concerned about and interested in the migrant and citizen identity, [...]

2015-10-12T15:47:59+00:00 Posted on: 12/10/2015|PhD Students|0 Comments

Krizia Nardini

Utrecht University & Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Trained in philosophy (University of Siena) and in gender studies (RMA, Utrecht University), Krizia is currently working on a PhD that investigates the mobilization of pro-feminist men in Italy and Spain and their links to feminist theories and activism. Her research interests include feminist [...]

2015-10-12T15:36:59+00:00 Posted on: 06/05/2015|PhD Students|0 Comments

Desi Prianti

Utrecht University. My research focuses on the question of masculinity in Indonesia. As a patriarchal country, it is belief that masculinity and men posses more privilege than the other gender. However, the feminism movement and the global masculinity gave different face to masculinity which resulted on different demand about what it [...]

2015-10-12T15:37:43+00:00 Posted on: 28/04/2015|PhD Students|0 Comments

Gisela Carrasco Miro

Utrecht University. Gisela Carrasco Miro is a PhD candidate in Gender Studies at Utrecht University. Gisela’s research is interdisciplinary focusing on postcolonial theory and politics, critical development studies and feminist economics. Her research is informed by her personal history, living in different countries in Central America, Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa and [...]

2015-10-12T15:39:07+00:00 Posted on: 14/01/2015|PhD Students|0 Comments

Rozemarijn van de Wal

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Rozemarijn is working on the project SPICE ‘Scientific Personae in Cultural Encounters’. This is an international project with professors, postdocs and PhD’s from the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Sweden. The research is about scientists who travelled abroad for the purpose of science who produced ego-documents in the process such [...]

2015-10-12T15:39:53+00:00 Posted on: 29/10/2014|PhD Students|0 Comments

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 [...]

2015-10-12T15:43:23+00:00 Posted 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 [...]

2015-10-12T15:43:53+00:00 Posted 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 [...]

2015-10-12T15:45:07+00:00 Posted 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 [...]

2015-11-17T13:06:10+00:00 Posted on: 22/11/2012|PhD Students, Submenu 'Organisation'|0 Comments
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