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Medewerkers met het vakgebied Geesteswetenschappen, Multidisciplinaire

Wetenschap ontwikkelt zich waar verschillende vakgebieden samenkomen. Alleen al daarom bestaat er binnen de RUG een grote verscheidenheid aan vakgebieden, met daarbinnen een groot aantal vakspecialisten. Met behulp van onderstaand overzicht, gebaseerd op een vaststaande indeling van wetenschapsgebieden, vindt u op elk vakgebied de juiste deskundige. Komt de deskundige die u zoekt niet voor in deze lijst? Via een vergelijkbaar vakgebied of een gerelateerde faculteit vindt u mogelijk alsnog de juiste persoon.

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Medewerker secretariaat
Literary studies, cultural theory, theories of representation, postcolonial studies, postcolonial Europe, ecocriticism, gender studies, minority literature, the spatial turn, European identity, citizenship
Semitische Talen en Culturen, Hebreeuwse taal, cultuur en literatuur. Midden-Oostenstudies, Judaica, Hebraica, Judaeo-Arabica
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Hoogleraar Semitische Talen en Culturen
Gereformeerde Godgeleerdheid met bijzondere aandacht voor haar bronnen, ontwikkeling en context. Werkzaamheden met een bijzondere aandacht voor de relatie tussen religie en cultuur. 
prof. dr. H. (Henk) van den Belt
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Bijzonder hoogleraar Gereformeerde godgeleerdheid: Bronnen, ontwikkeling en context
Cultuurgeschiedenis van de Middeleeuwen; Geschiedenis van het lezen; Boekgeschiedenis; Europese Letterkunde
prof. dr. S. (Sabrina) Corbellini
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Professor "History of Reading in Premodern Europe"
Cognitive Poetics, Cultural education.
Stages en arbeidsmarkt voor studenten Letteren
E.E. (Esther) Haag, MA
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Coördinator Career Strategy
Devotionele handschriften (1270-1500)
Theorie en methodologie
Digitale geesteswetenschappen
Film and Emotion
Film and Phenomenology
Audience/Reception Studies
Genre Studies
Film Aesthetics
dr. J. (Julian) Hanich
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Associate Professor of Film Studies (UHD)
Palaeography and the Dead Sea Scrolls
G.A. (Gemma) Hayes, MA
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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.

voorstellingstheorie, actuele ontwikkelingen in theater, beoordelingsprocessen en theaterkritiek, theaterbeleid.
Cultuurtheorie; cultuur en cognitie; kunst en cognitie; kunst- en cultuuronderwijs
Esther van der Hoorn is a PhD candidate in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, studying early modern decorative arts. Her research focuses on so-called  kwab-  or auricular ornament in the seventeenth-century Netherlands.

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 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 fonds and the Courtauld Institute of Art. 
 
E.F. (Esther) van der Hoorn, MA
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PhD candidate
Literatuurwetenschap; Intermedialiteit; Tekst en beeld; Literatuurgeschiedenis
Islam, The Netherlands, Moroccan-Dutch Muslims, Funeral rituals, Sense of Belonging, Islam in Western Europe, Philosophy of Law, Transnational Belonging, Pilgrimage, Mecca
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
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
prof. dr. A.S. (Ann-Sophie) Lehmann
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Professor of Modern & Contemporary Art
Gespecialiseerd in Engels voor wetenschappelijke doeleinden, in het bijzonder Engels voor Rechtsgeleerdheid, Presentatietrainingen en schrijfvaardigheidsonderwijs.

Holds: BKO


​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

Recent Publications: 

2018. Human Rights and Broken Cisterns: Counterpublic Christianity and Rights-Based Discourse in Contemporary England.  Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00141844.2017.1420671.

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

2017. Emoji Dei: Religious Iconography in the Digital Age.  Bulletin for the Study of Religion  46(3-4): 56-61 (co-written with Richard Amesbury.) DOI: http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1558/bsor.32715.

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: 

2018. Circumscribing the Body Politic: Circumcision, Religious Freedom, and Identity in Europe. The Religion Factor (URL: https://religionfactor.net/2018/03/29/circumscribing-the-body-politic-circumcision-religious-freedom-and-identity-in-europe/ ).

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/ ).
M.B. (Méadhbh) McIvor, PhD
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Assistant Professor in Religion, Law and Human Rights
Midrasj, Cultuurstudies, cultuur en cognitie, Culturele Studie van Emotions
Film, Literature, Journalism, Documentary Studies
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
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Professor by Special Appointment
Tom research interests are in the areas of: extractive industries (natural resources based conflicts) , conflict and peace building, state and private security relations, international relations and diplomatic studies, and  human security.
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PhD student
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
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Universitair Docent & Medisch psycholoog/psychotherapeut
Bijbel, Dode Zeerollen, Jodendom in de Grieks-Romeinse periode, archeologie, Romeins Judaea en de Joodse oorlog tegen Rome, para-Bijbelse literatuur, astrologie en magie

zie ook http://www.rug.nl/news-and-events/people-perspectives/inbeeld/mpopovic

prof. dr. M. (Mladen) Popovic
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Decaan van de Faculteit Godgeleerdheid en Godsdienstwetenschap
Film Techniques and Visual Communication; Creativity & Innovation in Audiovisual Medium; Visual Storytelling; Cinematography; Asian Cinemas particularly East and Southeast Asian Cinemas; Film History; Film and Sociology; American Television Fiction; Filmmaking 
A. (Ari) Purnama, MA
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Promovendus (AiO) Film en Visuele Communicatiewetenschap
maritime archaeology; cultural history; digital humanities;
Media studies, User studies, Co-creatie praktijken, Living lab methodes, Digital Humanities, Informatiewetenschap
human communication, information presentation, human computer interaction, natural language generation, affective computing, multimodal interaction.
Religion, Conflict, Peacebuilding and Reconciliation; Religion and Politics; Community Development; Civil Society and Social Movements
dr. J. (Joram) Tarusarira
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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
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Universitair Docent
Professor Pablo Valdivia is Chair of European Culture and Literature at the University of Groningen. 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 notions of "Literature and Crisis" from an interdisciplinary transnational perspective. The relation between "Exile and Literature" and "Literary Interculturality" are some of his main research focus as well. He is an expert on "Cultural Narratives" and "Conceptual Metaphors". He carries multidisciplinary research with special emphasis in the fields of Social Sciences, Cultural Industries and Cognitive Sciences.

Professor Valdivia is co-director of the "Research Centre Arts in Society" (University of Groningen), reviewer and editor of more than a dozen of international top scientific journals and book series, President Steering Committee H2020 Excellent Science Marie Curie RISE project "Cultural Narratives of Crisis and Renewal (CRIC)", co-researcher of METAPHORA project (UAM-Spanish Government) and expert reviewer European Commission research projects.
Postcolonial European identity, South African literature and the literary field, interdisciplinary project-based education
dr. M.C. (Margriet) van der Waal
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Universitair docent Euroculture/Bz hoogleraar Zuid-Afrikaanse literatuur, cultuur en geschiedenis
Artistic Cognition
Human Cognition
Reflective Imagination
Behavioral Adaptation
dr. A. (Alejandra) Wah
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Assistant Professor in Arts and Cognition
Audience and Reception Research
dr. M.L. (Marline Lisette) Wilders
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Universitair Docent Kunst en Maatschappij / Empirische Onderzoeksmethoden Geesteswetenschappen
Religion and politics, secularism, refugees and forced migration, human rights, development, global justice, globalization, climate change
dr. E.K. (Erin) Wilson
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Associate Professor Politics and Religion
See website ESRIG / Science & Society Group: http://www.rug.nl/research/science-society-group/
Culturele industrie; Journalistiek Ondernemerschap; Media en Democratie; Mediapluriformiteit; Action Research.
prof. dr. T.A.C. (Tamara) Witschge
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UHD / Rosalind Franklin Fellow
Film and Media Technology, Experimental Media Archaeology, Film Phenomenology, Curatorial Studies and Museology, English Literature, Linguistics, Digital and Social Media, Visual Media, Online Marketing 
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