Tag: Netherlands

Identiteitspolitiek tussen recht, rechts en averechts

standplaatswereld , July 18th, 2022


Door Ton Salman en Marina de Regt  Er spelen al een aantal jaren stevige debatten over de vruchtbaarheid van identiteitsdenken als politieke strategie, als strategie om te strijden…


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Why the world needs anthropology of religion

standplaatswereld , April 6th, 2022


by Thijl Sunier According to Dutch media, the Netherlands has reached a milestone these days. For the first time in history, the country has a majority of inhabitants…


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It takes two to tango by Miriam Verhage

Miriam Verhage , August 15th, 2020


This post draws on findings from a phone-based qualitative interview project in the Netherlands. During April 2020, we interviewed 59 seniors about their experiences during the COVID-19 crisis…


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In and outside the nursing home: On the (im)possibilities of meaningful contact while being held apart by Natashe Lemos Dekker

Natashe Lemos Dekker , July 20th, 2020


Ben (77) wrote this poem when he became unable to visit his wife Lise in the nursing home where she lived, expressing the loss and desperation of suddenly…


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Towards a Covid-19 lexicon of conceptual off-shoots: locking sociality down in the Netherlands and Spain

Elena Burgos Martínez , April 23rd, 2020


This piece reconsiders the importance and impact of pandemic’s preventive discourses on existing language-scapes in society. During the COVID-19 pandemic, institutionalised anglophone paradigms of hea…


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Some Old Javanese/Old Sundanese Resources

A. J. West , March 8th, 2017


Halo semua! It’s been a while. Things have been a bit hectic.     I got married in Gibraltar last August and moved to the Netherlands with my wife,…


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Some Old Javanese/Old Sundanese Resources

A. J. West , March 8th, 2017


Halo semua! It’s been a while. Things have been a bit hectic.     I got married in Gibraltar last August and moved to the Netherlands with my wife,…


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Mitch Henriquez: Death by cop in the epicenter of global justice – and the virtues of (hashtag) activism

pmutsaers , July 16th, 2015


The Editors of Anthropoliteia would like to welcome Paul Mutsaers with the latest entry in our ongoing Forum, #Ferguson and Elsewhere   He had come to the Netherlands…


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In the Journals – April 2015

Sean Miller , April 21st, 2015


Welcome back to In the Journals, a monthly review of just a fraction of the most recent academic research on security, crime, policing, and the law. With winter…


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From “being a scientist” to “being a curiosity”: a tale amongst egg hunters.

Andrés Forero Rueda , January 10th, 2015


“Listening and watching, that’s what it is about” said Martin with a Frisian accent, who together with Sven, was teaching me about the Frisian tradition of lapwing egg-hunting….


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