Assistant professor at the Department of Cultural Anthropology at Leiden University. Her research is characterized by a critical look at the contemporary society in which discussions on the embodiment, gender and race/ethnicity take centre stage.
Retired in 2014 from the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, where she has been lecturing and doing management tasks for nearly four decades.
Assistant professor at the Department of Anthropology and Development Studies at the Radboud University Nijmegen. Her research interests are Gender and Political Subjectivity, Gender Mainstreaming, Motherhood and Citizenship, Belonging and (Re) Migration, Feminist Ethnography, Narrative approach and Artistic Methods.
Research master student at the French research school of EHESS and graduated in political science, from UvA, with a specialization in political theory and Middle Eastern studies. Her research interests are Gender, Postcolonialism, Cultural approaches, and Language.
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Loes is a PhD candidate at the African Studies Centre at Leiden University. Her research concerns transformations and continuations in gender norms in Senegal, through a focus on the positioning of sexually dissident women in society. Following the trajectories of a number of queer women, sex workers and feminist activists, she explores the debates that their agency engenders concerning the position of women and their sexual rights in society.
Nabila Tasneem Anonnya
Doing her Master’s in Cultural and Social Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam. Her research interest primarily includes Feminism, Gender Rights, Religion and Law. She takes particular interest in the politics of control and ownership of women’s bodies.