NOG Board

Prof. Dr. Sarah De Mul, OU

Sarah De Mul is Professor of Literature, Culture and Diversity at the Open University in the Netherlands. Her publications and research interests are situated in the field of comparative postcolonial and gender studies with a particular focus on literatures in Dutch and English. Her projects explore adaptations of postcolonial theory in [...]

Prof. Dr. Sarah De Mul, OU2021-02-02T16:18:42+01:00

Prof. Dr. Liedeke Plate, RUN

Liedeke Plate is Professor of Culture and Inclusivity in the Department of Literary and Cultural Studies of Radboud University. She publishes internationally on the subject of women, reading and rewriting, the material turn in literary and cultural studies, cultural memory, and gender and urban space. One of her current projects explores literature [...]

Prof. Dr. Liedeke Plate, RUN2021-02-02T13:50:32+01:00

Dr. Annemie Halsema, VU

Annemie Halsema is Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Her research project is entitled: ‘Hermeneutics of the gendered, racialized and ageing body’. Most philosophical theories about personal identity take embodiment into account but do not consider social situatedness. Dr. Halsema wants to philosophically understand what embodied factors [...]

Dr. Annemie Halsema, VU2020-10-30T11:58:58+01:00

Prof. Dr. Rosemarie Buikema, UU

Rosemarie Buikema is professor of Art, Culture and Diversity at 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 director of [...]

Prof. Dr. Rosemarie Buikema, UU2020-02-06T12:17:14+01:00

Prof. Dr. Marieke van den Brink, RUN

Marieke van den Brink is Full Professor Gender & Diversity at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Radboud University Nijmegen and scientific director of Radboud Gender and Diversity Studies. The central themes of her research and teaching are gender and diversity in organizations, organizational learning and change, power and resistance and [...]

Prof. Dr. Marieke van den Brink, RUN2019-10-31T11:18:00+01:00

Dr. Liesbeth Minnaard, UL

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 literature. Her publications [...]

Dr. Liesbeth Minnaard, UL2019-12-02T16:23:54+01:00