Staff publications

Christin Hoene co-edits special section in South Asia journal

Together with Dr .Vebhuti Duggal at Ambedkar University Delhi, Christin Hoene has edited a special section on the topic of “Empire and the Senses: Case Studies from Late Colonial India” for the journal South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies.

Christin co-wrote the introduction and also contributed an article.

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Anna Harris publishes article in Science, Technology & Human Values

Anna Harris has recently published an article from the Making Clinical Sense project in the STS journal Science, Technology & Human Values.

The article, titled ‘Making Measuring Bodies‘, tackles the subject of measurement and metrics in medicine by looking at how measuring bodies are made in medical schools, and the tools used in this process.

Imogen Liu and Adam Dixon publish article in Development and Change

Imogen Liu and Adam Dixon have published an article in the journal Development and Change.

The article, titled ‘Legitimating state capital: How the global financial professions transnationalise Chinese sovereign wealth‘, theorises the role of the global financial professions in the transnational expansion of Chinese state capital.

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Michiel Bron publishes new blog post on research project

In his most recent contribution to Over de Muur, Michiel Bron discusses the research project “Managing Scarcity and Sustainability” and the different main questions of the research.

By discussing recent climate debates in the Netherlands, he shows that these debates have deeper roots than assumed in the current debate. He also discusses the sometimes surprising role of oil actors during debates about scarcity and the environment in the 1970s.

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Lauren Wagner publishes book chapter on urban vacancy

Lauren Wagner has published a book chapter titled ‪’Guarding presence: Absent owners and the labour of managing vacancy’ in The New Urban Ruins: Vacancy, Urban Politics and International Experiments in the Post-Crisis City, edited by Cian O’Callaghan and Cesare Di Feliciantonio.

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Leonard Schuette publishes open access article in International Affairs

Leonard Schuette has published an open access article titled ‘Why NATO survived Trump: the neglected role of Secretary-General Stoltenberg‘ in International Affairs.

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New FASoS T&L Blog on BA thesis assessment

In the latest contribution to the FASoS Teaching & Learning Blog, Johan Adriaensen writes about the challenges of thesis assessment and, in particular, divergences in thesis assessment.

Supported by original data, Johan discusses this particular issue from the perspective of a grader, a researcher, and a supervisor. He concludes with an appeal to stop hiding the plurality of views that characterises thesis assessment.

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Neil Smith publishes in the Journal of the Royal Musical Association

Neil Smith has published an article titled ‘Constructing the Public Concert Hall‘ in the Journal of the Royal Musical Association, which is an exploration of why concert halls are seen as public space.

The article examines this issue from urbanistic and musicological perspectives, looking at the position of concert halls within the urban fabric and the ways in which musical buildings are seen as a public good.

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Patricia de Vries publishes essay in exhibition catalogue

Patricia de Vries has published an essay in the catalogue of the The Botanical Revolution exhibition at Centraal Museum in Utrecht.

You can read the essay here.


Mariëlle Wijermars publishes on censoring of Russian voting app

What are the implications of Google and Apple’s decision to remove the Smart Voting app, a tactical voting app developed by associates of jailed Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny, from Russian app stores during the parliamentary elections?

In an analysis for The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage Blog, Mariëlle Wijermars and Tetyana Lokot outline why this decision is relevant for internet freedom globally.

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