NOG Board

Prof. Dr. Rosemarie Buikema

Utrecht University   Rosemarie Buikema is professor of Art, Culture and Diversity, Utrecht University. She is the chair of the Graduate Gender Programme at Utrecht University as well as the Utrecht coordinator of GEMMA, the Erasmus Mundus joint degree in Gender and Women’s Studies in Europe. Professor Buikema was the scientific [...]

2016-10-07T11:55:52+00:00 Posted on: 19/11/2014|NOG Board|0 Comments

Prof. Dr. Marieke van den Brink

Radboud University Nijmegen   Marieke van den Brink is Full Professor Gender & Diversity at the Faculty of Social Sciences. She researches gender and diversity for the 'Nijmeegs Instituut voor  Sociaal Cultureel Onderzoek' (NISCO) and provides education for, inter alia, the Bachelor and (research)Master programmes of Sociology and Cultural Antropology and Developmentsociology. [...]

2016-11-10T10:28:07+00:00 Posted on: 19/11/2014|NOG Board|0 Comments

Prof. Dr. Lies Wesseling

Maastricht University   Lies Wesseling is director of the Centre for Gender and Diversity - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University and professor in the Department of Literature and Art. Her research is on the cultural construction of childhood in fiction and science. Her current projects focus on narrative models [...]

2016-10-07T11:48:28+00:00 Posted on: 19/11/2014|NOG Board|0 Comments

Dr. Liza Mügge

University of Amsterdam   Dr. Liza Mügge is associate professor at the political science department and director of the Amsterdam Research Center for Gender and Sexuality (ARC-GS) at the UvA. Current academic year (2016-2017) she is fellow with the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS). Liza was fellow [...]

2016-10-06T10:40:56+00:00 Posted on: 19/11/2014|NOG Board|0 Comments

Dr. Liesbeth Minnaard

Leiden University   Liesbeth Minnaard is Assistant Professor of Film and Literary Studies at Leiden University. Her research focuses on the manifold cultural effects of migration and globalization, from a comparative & gender perspective. Current research projects explore exoticist configurations in fin-de-siècle literature and ambivalent notions of community in contemporary Dutch [...]

2015-11-18T10:38:27+00:00 Posted on: 25/02/2014|NOG Board|0 Comments