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Staff members with discipline Humanities, Multidisciplinary

Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.

Overview of all disciplines

Literary and cultural studies, critical theory, world literature, representation, postcolonial Europe, minority literature, literature space, identity and citizenship, environmental humanities
J.D. (Jesse) van Amelsvoort
Contact
j.d.van.amelsvoort rug.nl
Function
PhD student
• Media Theory/History
• Digital Media/Humanities
• Political/Continental Philosophy
• Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
dr. C. (Clemens) Apprich
Contact
c.apprich rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor
Modernism, Cultural Geography, Philosophy, Poetry and Poetics.
dr. D.M. (David) Ashford
Contact
d.m.ashford rug.nl
Function
Film and Media
Critical Theory
Intellectual History
Philosophy of History
Aesthetics
N.W. (Nicholas) Baer, PhD
Contact
n.w.baer rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor of Film Studies
Semitic Languages and Cultures, Hebrew Language and Literature. Middle Eastern Studies, Mediaeval Hebrew Poetry, Andalusia and the Islamic East, Judaism in Context, European Jewish History
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Contact
w.j.van.bekkum rug.nl
+31 50 36 35818
Function
Professor of Middle East Studies
Reformed Theology with particular attention to its sources, development and context and special attention to the relationship between religion and culture. 
prof. dr. H. (Henk) van den Belt
Contact
h.van.den.belt rug.nl
Function
Professor of Reformed Theology: Sources Development, and Context
Medieval History; History of Reading in Premodern Europe; European Culture and Literature in the Middle Ages
prof. dr. S. (Sabrina) Corbellini
Contact
s.corbellini rug.nl
Function
Professor "History of Reading in Premodern Europe"
Aynur Erdogan joined Zeppelin University as Executive Program Director of SPE and Director of Student Research, after defending her doctoral dissertation at the University of Groningen.
dr. A. (Aynur) Erdogan
Contact
a.erdogan rug.nl
Function
PhD student
Arts and Cognition, Empirical Aesthetics, Arts and Gender, Neuroaesthetics, Philosophy of Art. 
H.G. (Héctor) Gallegos González, MA
Contact
h.g.gallegos.gonzalez rug.nl
+31 50 36 36070
Function
PhD student
Musicology
Cultural history
dr. J. van Gessel
Contact
j.van.gessel rug.nl
Function
Placement and internships, Labour Market Faculty of Arts
E.E. (Esther) Haag, MA
Contact
e.e.haag rug.nl
+31 50 36 35844
Function
Coordinator Career Strategy
Field / Discipline
Devotional illuminated manuscripts (1270-1500)
Theory and methodology
Digital humanities
S. (Suzette) van Haaren, MA
Contact
s.van.haaren rug.nl
Function
PhD student
Film and Emotion
Film and Phenomenology
Audience/Reception Studies
Genre Studies
Film Aesthetics

prof. dr. J. (Julian) Hanich
Contact
j.hanich rug.nl
Function
Associate Professor of Film Studies
Palaeography and the Dead Sea Scrolls
G.A. (Gemma) Hayes, MA MA
Contact
g.a.hayes rug.nl
Function
Field / Discipline
Culture, Communication & Leadership 
Shakespeare, Presentism & Performance
Ethnic and Racial Studies
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Contact
c.p.a.heijes rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor
Historical anthropology; medieval and cultural history; methods and theory; history of ideas, esp. the French intellectual tradition; the relationship between religion and the academic discourse; the relationship between texts and images.

dr. B.S. (Babette) Hellemans
Contact
b.s.hellemans rug.nl
+31 50 36 36035
Function
universitair docent
performing theory and analysis, contemporary theatre, evaluation processes and theatre criticism, theatrepolicy
drs. L.D.M.E. (Lucia) van Heteren
Contact
l.d.m.e.van.heteren rug.nl
+31 50 36 36078 secr etar y
Function
docente theaterwetenschap
Theory of culture; culture and cognition; arts and cognition; arts  and culture education
prof. dr. B.P. (Barend) van Heusden
Contact
b.p.van.heusden rug.nl
+31 50 36 36018
Function
Professor
Esther van der Hoorn is a PhD candidate in the Department of Art History and Material Culture. Her research focuses on works of the seventeenth-century Dutch silversmiths, Paulus and Adam van Vianen. 

Esther was previously Junior Curator of Decorative Arts at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, where she researched and published on drawn designs for objects from c. 1500-1900 acquired through the museum’s Decorative Art Fund. She holds an MA (Distinction) in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, where she served as Research Associate to the Courtauld Gallery and was awarded the Director’s Dissertation Prize for her thesis on drawings by Arent van Bolten in the British Museum. She has been the recipient of grants from the VSB fund and the Courtauld Institute of Art. 

E.F. (Esther) van der Hoorn, MA
Contact
e.f.van.der.hoorn rug.nl
Function
PhD candidate
Field / Discipline
prof. dr. G.T. (Goffe) Jensma
Contact
g.t.jensma rug.nl
Function
Professor of Frisian Language and Literature; director of studies MA Multilingualism and BA Minorities & Multilingualism
R.M. (Rachel) Johnston-White, PhD
Contact
r.m.johnston-white rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor
Nineteenth-century English Literature, Romanticism, Lord Byron, Jane Austen, William Wordsworth, John Ruskin, Western Ideas of the Pacific, Literary Criticism and Theory, History of Ideas
prof. dr. R.D.P. (Richard) Lansdown
Contact
richard.lansdown rug.nl
Function
D. (Dan) Leberg, MA PhD
Contact
d.leberg rug.nl
Function
My research develops a process-based approach to art and visual material culture. In particular, I study how materials, tools, and practices partake in the meaning making of art; how images and texts represent and reflect creative practices; and how knowledge about making engenders material literacy. My approach is transhistorical and includes old and new media, ranging from oil paint and clay to aniline dyes and software. For an overview of academic activities and published work, see also:http://www.ann-sophielehmann.nl/ 
https://rug.academia.edu/AnnSophieLehmann

Interview for the Materialized Identies Project: https://www.materializedidentities.com/single-post/2017/08/02/Interview-with-Ann-Sophie-Lehmann
prof. dr. A.S. (Ann-Sophie) Lehmann
Contact
a.s.lehmann rug.nl
Function
Professor of Art History & Material Culture
Field / Discipline
20th Century American Literature
English for Academic Purposes
English proficiency
Presentation skills
Writing skills

Holds: UTQ
drs. J.R. (J.R.) van Loon
Contact
j.r.van.loon rug.nl
+31 50 36 35802
Function
English Lecturer
Tessel Luitjens is a PhD candidate in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, studying early modern art and theory. Her research focuses on the concept of style in Italian art and theory (1350-1600). 
A.T. (Tessel) Luitjens, MA
Contact
a.t.luitjens rug.nl
Function
PhD student
Field / Discipline
interdisciplinary modernism, modern and contemporary British literature (specializing in the literature of the mid-twentieth century), literature and politics, the novel
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Contact
a.k.maher rug.nl
Function
Research Interests:

Legal Anthropology    
Christianity/ies    
Publics and Counterpublics    
Religious Publicity    
Human Rights Law    
Evangelicalism(s)    
Morality & Values    

Teaching:

Law & Religion: Anthropological Approaches    
Religion and the Politics of Human Rights    
Religion in the Public Domain    
Contested Humanity    
Cultural Impact of Religion: Working with Sources
Cultural Impact of Religion: BA Thesis Seminar
Religion and Politics
Religion, Conflict and Globalisation: Critical Issues

Under Contract: 

Forthcoming with Princeton University Press. Representing God: Christian Legal Activism in Contemporary England. (First monograph; working title.)

Recent Publications:       

2019. Rights and Relationships: Rhetorics of Religious Freedom among English Evangelicals. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 87(3): 860-888 (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/jaarel/lfz029 ).

2019. Human Rights and Broken Cisterns: Counterpublic Christianity and Rights-Based Discourse in Contemporary England. Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology 84(2): 323-343. (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00141844.2017.1420671). 

2019. Social Anthropology. In Handbook of the Interdisciplinary Study of Law and Religion. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Press, pgs. 243-259.

2018. Religious Freedom and the Politics of Empire. Religious Studies Review 44(1): 57-63 (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/rsr.13410). 

2018. The Impossibility of Religious Freedom: ‘Legal Religion’ and its Discontents. In Law and Religion – Leading Works. Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge, pgs. 97-113. 

2017. Emoji Dei: Religious Iconography in the Digital Age. Bulletin for the Study of Religion 46(3-4): 56-61 (first author; co-written with Richard Amesbury). (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1558/bsor.32715.) 

2017. Nothing Outside the Text? Religion and its Others in Emoji Discourse. Bulletin for the Study of Religion 46(3-4): 64-65 (first author; co-written with Richard Amesbury). (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1558/bsor.34261.) 

2015. Carnal Exhibitions: Material Religion and the European Court of Human Rights. Ecclesiastical Law Journal 17(1): 3-14 (DOI:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0956618X14000866 ).

Public Scholarship:       

2019. Witch Talk in Brexit Britain. Religion and its Publics (URL: http://relpubs.as.virginia.edu/witch-talk-in-brexit-britain-by-meadhbh-mcivor/).

2019. Religion, Sexuality and Value Conflicts. Teaching Law and Religion (URL: https://sites.northwestern.edu/lawreligion/project/religion-sexuality-value/.)

2018. Something There Is That Doesn’t Love a Wall. Public Books (URL: https://www.publicbooks.org/something-there-is-that-doesnt-love-a-wall/ ).  

2018. Good Publicity? Public Theology in an Age of Public Shame. Political Theology Network (URL: https://politicaltheology.com/good-publicity-public-theology-in-an-age-of-public-shame/?fbclid=IwAR3u4Z0DfI02936RsaAcnIVROsXSun2eMeleVrsR3gnXCKD6DrRVzm2lub4 ).

2018. Circumscribing the Body Politic: Circumcision, Religious Freedom, and Identity in Europe.   The Religion Factor ( URL https://www.rug.nl/research/centre-for-religious-studies/religion-conflict-globalization/blog/circumscribing-the-body-politic-circumcision-religious-freedom-and-identity-in-europe-29-03-2018 ). 

2017. Boredom in the Court. Religion: Going Public (URL: http://religiongoingpublic.com/archive/2017/boredom-in-the-court/ ).  

2016. The Rise of Religious Litigation: Courts and the Generation of Religious Publicity. LSE Religion and the Public Sphere Blog. (URL: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/religionpublicsphere/2016/08/01/the-rise-of-litigious-religion-courts-and-the-generation-of-religious-publicity/ ).
dr. M.B. (Méadhbh) McIvor
Contact
m.mcivor rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor of Religion, Law & Human Rights
Main research topics
1) Disaster chaplaincy. (Spiritual care in the earthquake region Groningen/ Spiritual care and Covid-19)
2) Meaningful work

Related themes
- Mourning and (religious) meaning in Mental health care
- The spiritual caregiver's professional body of knowledge
dr. J.K. (Hanneke) Muthert
Contact
j.k.muthert rug.nl
+31 50 36 35572
Function
Associate Professor Psychology of Religion and Spiritual Care
Midrash; Culture and Cognition; Cognitive Science of religion; Cultural study of Emotions
dr. R. (Ronit) Nikolsky
Contact
r.nikolsky rug.nl
+31 50 36 37255
Function
Assistant Professor Culture and Cognition
Film, Literature, Journalism, Documentary Studies, Feminism
dr. A. (Annelies) van Noortwijk
Contact
a.van.noortwijk rug.nl
+31 50 36 35875
Function
Senior Lecturer
Film Theory, Aesthetics of Technology, Visual Media, Experimental Media Archaeology, Theory and History of the Grotesque.
prof. dr. A.M.A. (Annie) van den Oever
Contact
a.m.a.van.den.oever rug.nl
Function
Arts Culture and Media / Film
Field / Discipline
Embodiment, mobilities, technology, biosocial, emotion, methods
dr. T. (Tess) Osborne
Contact
t.osborne rug.nl
Function
Researcher & Lecturer
Research and interventions in the context of serious medical  illness, concerning
- Meaning-in-Life 
- Existential-experiential psychotherapy
- Attachment, loss & trauma
- Patient-therapist relationship
- Psychotherapeutic Patient-care
- Education and Supervision for PhD's, Clinical Psychologists, Psychotherapists, and Doctors in training
dr. G. (Grieteke) Pool
Contact
g.pool01 umcg.nl
+31 50 361 6639
Function
Assistant Professor & Clinical Psychologist
Hebrew Bible, Dead Sea Scrolls, Artificial Intelligence and palaeography, Judaism in the Graeco-Roman period, archaeology, ancient sciences, astrology, physiognomics and magic

see also http://www.rug.nl/news-and-events/people-perspectives/inbeeld/mpopovic

prof. dr. M. (Mladen) Popovic
Contact
m.popovic rug.nl
Function
Dean of the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
maritime archaeology; cultural history; digital humanities;
M. (Manuela) Ritondale, MA
Contact
m.ritondale rug.nl
Function
PhD student
- PhD candidate in Cultural Geography, researching digital skills and digitisation mainly in rural areas
- Project researcher in the INTERREG 5B project CORA
C.T. (Christina) Rundel, MSc
Contact
c.t.rundel rug.nl
Function
Media studies, user studies & STS, co-creation practices, Living lab methodologies, Digital Humanities, Information studies
dr. S.C. (Sabrina) Sauer
Contact
s.c.sauer rug.nl
Function
Assistant professor Media Studies
Landscape Archaeology
Pre-Roman Mediterranean Archaeology
Digital Humanities
Windows System Engineer
dr. J.F. (Jorn) Seubers
Contact
j.f.seubers rug.nl
Function
ICT & Research Consultant
human communication, information presentation, human computer interaction, natural language generation, affective computing, multimodal interaction.
dr. I.F. (Ielka) van der Sluis
Contact
i.f.van.der.sluis rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor
Digital Humanities, Complexity, Translation Studies
R.A. (Raluca) Tanasescu, PhD
Contact
r.a.tanasescu rug.nl
Function
Field / Discipline
Religion, Conflict, Peacebuilding and Reconciliation; Religion and Politics; Community Development; Civil Society and Social Movements
dr. J. (Joram) Tarusarira
Contact
j.tarusarira rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor of Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding
American Studies
Colonial America
The American Revolution
The Early American Republic
The US South
The early modern Atlantic World
Ethnicity, national identity, and race
M.L. (Mark) Thompson
Contact
m.l.thompson rug.nl
Function
Senior Lecturer of American Studies
Pablo Valdivia is Full Professor and Chair of European Culture and Literature (University of Groningen), Associate in Applied Physics at Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (Harvard University), Fellow in University Innovation (Laspau-affiliated with Harvard University), Academic Director of the Netherlands Research School for Literary Studies (OSL), Expert Scientific Advisor of the Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences and Humanities and the Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (NIAS-KNAW) and Pablo Valdivia Chair in Communication, Humanities and Technology (UFRO-UACH). Before joining the University of Groningen in 2016, he worked at the University of Amsterdam, The Cambridge Foundation Villiers Park and the University of Nottingham. He holds a BA in Hispanic Studies from the University of Granada (Spain) and a BA in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory from the University of Valladolid (Spain). He obtained a Research MA degree on "Research in European Literature and Theatre" awarded by UNED (Spain). In 2007, he received his PhD degree on "Philosophy of Hispanic Studies" at the University of Nottingham. His research deals primarily with the "Humanities", "Reading Science", "Cultural Analytics" and "Technology", and the notions of "Culture, Literature and Crisis" from an interdisciplinary transnational perspective. He is an expert on "Cultural Narratives" and "Conceptual Metaphors". He carries multidisciplinary research with special emphasis in the fields of Cultural Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Reading Science, University Innovation, Data Science, Applied Physics, Social Sciences and Cognitive Sciences. Professor Valdivia is reviewer and editor of more than a dozen international top scientific journals and book series; researcher of METAPHORA project (UAM-Spanish Government); researcher of "Converging Horizons" project (ANID) and expert reviewer European Commission research projects. From 2014 to 2018, Valdivia was President Steering Committee H2020 European Commission Excellent Science Marie Curie RISE project "Cultural Narratives of Crisis and Renewal (CRIC)" project; from 2016 to 2018 he was co-director of the "Research Centre Arts in Society" (University of Groningen), and from 2017 to 2018, Valdivia was Finances Officer CLLiP Programmes (Cultures, Literatures, Linguistics, Politics). In 2018, Prof. Dr. Pablo Valdivia was awarded "Lecturer of the Year" Faculty of Arts (University of Groningen). Currently, Valdivia supervises more than 14 PhD research projects. 

Current PhD Supervision

PhD Candidate Rosmery-Ann Boegeholz, ‘The ‘Mirror Syndrome’ as a response to the Beauty Influencers on Instagram: Problems and Effects of the excessive use of images by young university women’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor, Dr Marc Esteve del Valle co-supervisor. // PhD Candidate Eduardo Gallegos, ‘Border Narratives: From Travel Chronicles to the Journalistic Press. Continuities and Discontinuities Around the Constitution of the Pre-Modernist Chronicle’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor, Dr Margriet van der Waal, Dr Camilla Sutherland and Dr Hugh McDonnell co-supervisors.  // PhD Candidate Gonzalo Albornoz, ‘Fictional Representations of Law, Legality and Justice in Popular Mass Media and the Construction of Legal Knowledge by Key Communities in the Prison Environment’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor and Dr Konstantin Mierau co-supervisor. // PhD Candidate Elizabeth Duarte, Twittering for Peace? The Construction of Meaning and Otherness in Digital Media representations of the Colombian Peace Process’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor and Dr Konstantin Mierau co-supervisor.  // PhD Candidate Ruby de Vos, ‘Living with Toxicity: Mapping the Toxic in Contemporary Culture’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor and Dr Vera Alexander co-supervisor. // PhD Candidate Judith Jansma, ‘From Submission to Soumission: Populists’ perspectives on culture’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor, Professor Dr Lars Rensmann and Dr Alberto Godioli co-supervisors. // PhD Candidate Juan del Valle, ‘Imagining the Unpredictable: Communication, Power and Technology in José Ricardo Morales’ Transnational Theatre’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor and Dr Konstantin Mierau co-supervisor. // PhD Candidate Rose Smith, ‘Identifying the Role of Museums in Central European Post-Communist Nations in the Construction of the Global Memory of Communism’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor and Dr Ksenia Robbe co-supervisor. // PhD Candidate Klára Žaloudková, ‘The Role of Economic Elites in the Foreign Policy-Making Process: The Case of Bulgaria’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor and Dr Ksenia Robbe co-supervisor. // PhD Candidate Anežka Brožová, ‘The Hlučín Region between 1945 and 1968: back again in the ‘own’ state?’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor and Dr Ksenia Robbe co-supervisor. // PhD Candidate Francisca Silva, ‘News frames and effects on the affective assessment of immigrants: An analysis of Chilean digital media’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor, Dr Marc Esteve del Valle, Dr Florian Lippert, Dr Konstantin Mierau and Dr Hugh McDonnell co-supervisors. // PhD Candidate Paola González,  ‘Visual Memories of Anibal Pinto square and train station of Temuco between 1930-1950, a re-construction in a virtual world based on personal stories and cultural heritage’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor, Dr Florian Lippert, Dr Konstantin Mierau and Dr Hugh McDonnell co-supervisors. // PhD Candidate Camila Rojas,  ‘Framing analysis of Chilean corruption scandals by traditional and emergent media ecosystem present on Twitter, according to ideological composition of their editorial discourse’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor, Dr Marc Esteve del Valle and Dr Konstantin Mierau co-supervisors. // PhD Candidate Leonardo Arriagada, ‘CG-Art. An aesthetic discussion of the relationship between artistic creativity and computation’. Professor Dr Pablo Valdivia main supervisor, Dr Florian Lippert and Dr Alberto Godioli co-supervisors.

Past PhD Supervision
PhD Cristian Crusat, ‘La construction de la biographie imaginaire’. Professor Ieme van der Poel (University of Amsterdam) and Dr Pablo Valdivia (University of Amsterdam) co-supervisors. // PhD candidate David Martínez Antón, ‘La teoría de la transducción literaria. Hacia una teoría dialógica de la obra literaria’. Professor Tomás Albaladejo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) and Dr Pablo Valdivia (University of Amsterdam) co-supervisors.
prof. dr. P. (Pablo) Valdivia Martin
Contact
p.valdivia.martin rug.nl
Function
Vera Veldhuizen is assistant professor in both European Languages and Cultures, and Arts, Media, Culture at the University of Groningen. Previously she attended Cambridge University for her PhD in children's literature, with Homerton College and the Faculty of Education, supervised by Maria Nikolajeva. She holds a BA from  University College Roosevelt and an MSc in Literature and Society from Edinburgh University.

Her research is focused on cognitive approaches to children's literature. Her PhD was on empathy, ethics and justice construction children's war literature. Her current project is on the impact and complexity of contrasting truth narratives in children's literature. She has presented her research at many international conferences and through several peer reviewed publications.
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Contact
v.n.veldhuizen rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor
Dr. Pieter Verstraete holds a PhD degree in the Humanities from the Department of Theater Studies and the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis of the University of Amsterdam. His expertises are in Theatre and Performance Studies, Sound and Audio Culture Studies, American/English Culture and Literature, Communication Studies and Film Criticism. 

His main research interests lie in contemporary (music) theatre, socio-political, activist forms of performance, exile and post-migration. He also works as a freelance theatre critic. Between 2012 and 2014, he received three consecutive fellowships in Turkey to conduct his postdoc research,  “Post-Migration in Performance”, mainly focusing on the Turkish and Kurdish diaspora in Europe. He is currently preparing a new research project, under the heading, "European Networks for Performing Artists in Exile and Activism". 

In his current research, he looks at the work of Turkish and Kurdish artists who collaborate with European ensembles or who work against censorship practices in Turkey to address socio-cultural issues like exilic life, political resistance, identity and commoration through theatre performances. He also has widely published on intermedial aesthetic strategies of sound, voice and aurality in theatre and interactive installation art.
dr. P.M.G. (Pieter) Verstraete
Contact
p.m.g.verstraete rug.nl
Function
Ass. Prof. in Arts, Culture and Media
Postcolonial European identity, South African literature and the literary field interdisciplinary project-based education
dr. M.C. (Margriet) van der Waal
Contact
m.c.van.der.waal rug.nl
Function
Senior Lecturer Euroculture/Professor by special appointment South African literature, culture and history
Religion and popular culture; ritual studies; fan studies; digital ethnography; cultural heritage.
W.F. (Welmoed) Wagenaar, MA
Contact
w.f.wagenaar rug.nl
Function
PhD candidate
Artistic Cognition
Human Cognition
Reflective Imagination
Behavioral Adaptation
Ecological Humanities

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dr. A. (Alejandra) Wah
Contact
a.wah.laborde rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor of Arts and Cognition
Audience and Reception Research
dr. M.L. (Marline Lisette) Wilders
Contact
m.l.wilders rug.nl
Function
Assistant Professor in Arts in Society / Empirical Research Methods Humanities
Religion and diplomacy, secularism, refugees and forced migration, human rights, development, global justice, globalization, climate change
dr. E.K. (Erin) Wilson
Contact
e.k.wilson rug.nl
Function
Associate Professor of Global Politics and Religion; Vice Dean and Director of Education
See website ESRIG / Science & Society Group: http://www.rug.nl/research/science-society-group/
dr. H.J. (Henny J) van der Windt
Contact
h.j.van.der.windt rug.nl
+31 50 36 32280
Function
Associate Professor
Arts-based research; Cultural industries; Media and Cultural Entrepreneurship; Journalism; Media and Democracy; Media Pluralism; Action Research.
prof. dr. T.A.C. (Tamara) Witschge
Contact
t.a.c.witschge rug.nl
Function
Associate Professor / Rosalind Franklin Fellow
Film and Media Technology, Experimental Media Archaeology, Film Phenomenology, Curatorial Studies and Museology, English Literature and Linguistics, Content Creation, Digital and Social Media, Visual Media, Online Marketing 
N.K. (Nina) Yakimova, MA
Contact
n.yakimova rug.nl
Function
Content and Social Media Specialist
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