De dekoloniale universiteit: Diversiteit door een dekoloniale lens

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Kay Mars studeert Culturele Antropologie en Ontwikkelingsstudies aan de Radboud Universiteit in Nijmegen. Naar aanleiding van zijn bachelorscriptie over het quotabeleid aan Braziliaanse universiteiten, schreef Kay een essay over ‘diversiteit’ waarin hij een kritische blik werpt op de relatie tussen diversiteit en dekolonisatie in het hoger onderwijs. Afgelopen oktober presenteerde … Verder lezen

Our Postcolonial Moment: European Belonging and the Welfare State

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Anouk de Koning is assistant professor at the department of Anthropology and Development Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. For the Sociological Review she wrote a blog reflecting on historical structures and shifts that can shed light on today’s racialized politics.    For many of us, the present moment is dominated by … Verder lezen

A discourse of displacement: the local infrastructure of populism – #2 Of the blogseries by Paul Mepschen

The allegedly disenfranchised whites play a central role in this year’s election cycle in Europe. How are we to understand the populist moment and what role can ethnography play in these analyses? This is part 2 of Paul Mepschen’s populism blog series. Who are ‘the people’? In the Netherlands, the construction … Verder lezen

The Antilles, Or Why We Should All Move On From That Concept


Tachyk Nahar studies Cultural Anthropology at Utrecht University and specializes in the topics gender, sexuality, and race. She interned at the New Urban Collective and currently works on her bachelor research on gender in online social spheres of video games. Tachyk emigrated from Curaçao to the Netherlands in 2013. For she wrote this blog … Verder lezen