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ICOG welcomes four new PhD candidates

04 September 2019

ICOG welcomes four new employee-PhD candidates in September 2019, namely:

Anna de Bruyn (supervision: S. Corbellini), who will be working on: “The image between manuscript and print: re-reading the 'printing revolution'.”

Anna-Rosja Haveman (supervision: A.S. Lehmann/T. Spek); NWO-Duurzame Geesteswetenschappen), working on: “Nature, Crisis and Creativity - The landscape of the Northern Netherlands as critical material: from abstract to activist art.”

Magdalena König (supervision: J.H. de Wilde), working on: “Together for a more secure Europe? Understanding EU-Western Balkans integration in counter-terrorism from a perspective of collective securitization.”

Kim Smeenk (supervision: M.J. Broersma), working on:  “Making it personal: a digital humanities analysis of how subjectivity shapes the news.”

Last modified:19 September 2019 4.14 p.m.

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