G.J. Hoetjes, MSc
-2019-until now: Lecturer in Middle East Studies, University of Groningen
- 2018-2019: Teaching Fellow in Middle East Politics, Durham University
- 2016-2017: Postgraduate Teaching Assistant, University of Exeter
- 2015-2020: PhD in Middle East Politics, University of Exeter (passed without corrections)
- 2010-2011: Master of Arts in Gulf-studies, University of Exeter (distinction)
- 2007-2009: Master of Science in Political Science, University of Amsterdam
- 2004-2007: Bachelor of Science in Political Science, University of Amsterdam
2019: Associate Fellow of The Higher Education Academy
2016: Learning and Teaching in Higher Education 2 (University of Exeter)
2016: Learning and Teaching in Higher Education 1 (University of Exeter)
Conducted several interviews to international and national media outlets for TV, radio and printed press (including BBC, Sky News, VPRO Buitenland, Nederlands Dagblad)
Hoetjes, Gertjan (ed.) (2019). The Gulf Monarchies and the Challenges of a Region in Flux. (Durham, UK: HH Sheikh Nasser Mohammad al-Sabah Publication Series 29, November 2019).
Hoetjes, Gertjan (2018). ‘Salafisme in Koeweit: van de slag in Jahra tot de financiering van de Utrechtse Al Fitrah Moskee,’ ZemZem 14, no.2 (2018): pp. 68-77.
Hoetjes, Gertjan (2016). 'Iran-GCC relations: the case of Oman' in The GCC and Iran: Prospects for Change? Edited by Maaike Warnaar, Luciano Zaccara and Paul Aarts. (London: Gerlach Press, 2016).
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