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PI:

Postdoctoral researchers/
assistant professors:

PhD students:

 

Current:

  • Marieke Beckerman
  • Marjolein Branger
  • Roxanna Camfferman
  • Jailan Heidar
  • Wei Li
  • Regina Loehndorf
  • Khadija Sarhi
  • Merel van Vliet
  • Mi-lan Woudstra
  • Sengul Yagmur
  • Rahma
  • Else de Vries

Completed:

  • Lotte van der Pol (2015)
  • Liesbeth Hallers-Haalboom (2015)
  • Joyce Endendijk (2015)
  • Sheila van Berkel (2015)
  • Hatice Ekmekci (2014)
  • Mariëlle Prevoo (2014)
  • Rosanneke Emmen (2014)
  • Nihal Yeniad (2013)
  • Mariana Negrao (2013)
  • Mariana Pereira (2013)
  • Katharina Joosen (2012)
  • Ayse Yaman (2009)

Research assistants:

  • Denise de Brabander
  • Roxanne Denkers
  • Sofie Janssen
  • Chantal Amoureus
 

Local collaborators:

  • Lenneke Alink (Child and Family Studies)
  • Tessa Minter (Anthropology)
  • Maarten Mous (African Linguistics)
  • Harriet Vermeer (Child and Family Studies)
  • Marielle Bruning (Law)
  • Ton Liefaard (Law)
  • Victoria Nyst (African Linguistics)

International collaborators:

  • Rodrigo Carcamo (University of University of Magallanes, Chile)
  • Claire Hughes (Cambridge University, United Kingdom)
  • Kazuko Behrens (State University New York, USA)
  • Clancy Blair (New York University, USA)
  • Ibrahima Cissé (ULSH De Bamako , Mali)
  • Celia Hsiao (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
  • Kyiomi Kondo-Ikumera (Tokyo University, Japan)
  • Catherine Mbgaya (Maseno University, Kenya)
  • Paul Ramchandani (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
  • Isabel Soares (University of Minho, Portugal)
  • Lamei Wang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China)
  • Bilge Yagmurlu (Koc Univeristy, Istanbul, Turkey)

News

Vacatures voor 2 postdocs en 7 promovendi

We zijn op zoek naar nieuwe medewerkers voor twee projecten.

Voor het project The parenting origins of prejudice (NWO-VICI):

Een postdoc: klik hier

Drie promovendi: klik hier

Voor het project Gender and societal role development (ERC-Consolidator):

Een postdoc: klik hier

Vier promovendi: klik hier

 

Judi Mesman received NWO-VICI grant

NWO has awarded Judi Mesman the VICI research grant of ca. 1.5 milion Euros for a study on the parenting origins of prejudice. Children often have the same opinions and prejudices about groups of people as their parents. There are indications that parents transmit these consciously and unconsciously. However, we do not know how this transmission works exactly. In this project Mesman investigate how ethnic prejudice is (inadvertently) taught through parenting.
Expected starting date: September 2017.