Teaching

Courses

Bachelor in Minorities and Multilingualism (University of Groningen)

Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies (2020)

Minorities in Contemporary Europe I and II (2020)

Bachelor in Anthropology and Development Studies (Radboud University)

Regional Specialisation and Theorising: Latin America (lectures in 2018/19 and 2019/20)

Master in Anthropology and Development Studies (Radboud University)

Contemporary Debates: Contested Citizenship (lectures in 2019/20)

Research Master in Social and Cultural Science (Radboud University)

Comparative Methodology (2018/19)


Ongoing PhD Co-supervision

Advisors, Volunteers, and the Victims of Austerity in Manchester, UK, by Janne Heederik (Anthropology, Radboud University)

The Struggle for Dignified Housing in Medellín, Colombia, by Adam Moore (Anthropology, Radboud University)

Master Theses Supervision

2019-2020 | Anthropology and Development Studies (Radboud University)

Ethnic nationalism and diversity in the context of Israeli Arabs, by Mînzatu Florin Alexandru

Identities and Communities amongst Palestine Muslims and Christians in Beit Hanina, by Mourad Ben Sellam

2018-2019 | Anthropology and Development Studies (Radboud University)

“No somos todos iguales”: a study on how beneficiaries experience receiving the TUS transfer on a relational and symbolic level (Uruguay), by Gonzalo Paolillo

BA Theses Supervision

2019-2020 | Bachelor in Minorities and Multilingualism (University of Groningen)

TBA

2018-2019 | Anthropology and Development Studies (Radboud University)

The call for a new ecological paradigm: Permaculture as a path through the Anthropocene, by Svenja Peters

Moral Economy: An Ecological Revisitation, by Loran van Baardewijk

2017-2018 | Anthropology and Development Studies (Radboud University)

The Unspoken Reality of Imaginaries About the Poor: How Othering Reinforces Mechanisms of Social Inclusion and Exclusion, by Catharina Patricia Tenbrock.

Palestinian lives: How Palestinians forge their identity in exile, by Mariëlle Bovée.

‘There is no peace for our Rohingya, no solution, no justice’: An insight into the possibilities for equal citizenship for the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, by Lotte Oosterhek.

Conditional versus unconditional cash transfers: (Moral) justifications for an universal basic income, by Isa Corbeek.