PhDs

PhD students under my supervision

  • Abdallah, Sebastian, ‘Struggles for success. Youth work rituals in Amsterdam and Beirut’.
  • Andrikopoulos, Apostolos, ‘Kinship, Citizenship and Inequality: West African migrants struggling over scarce resources in the New Europe’.
  • Arts, Josien, ‘The Good, the Bad and the Dependent. Institutionalisation of moral conceptions of deservingness and belonging in Dutch welfare offices’.
  • Boois, Maaike de, ‘Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse andragologie’.
  • Caniels, Maurice, ‘Kunnen woningcorporaties meer thuis geven?’
  • Davidson, Robby, ‘From the Closet to the Cabinet: The Dutch LGBT Movement’s Transition From Being Denied Recognition to Becoming a Strategic Partner of the Government, 1961-2017’.
  • Dekker, Mischa, ‘The Emergence of Street Harassment as a Public Problem in the Netherlands and France’.
  • Dooremalen, Thijs van, ‘Following 9/11 around in American, French and Dutch national newspapers. A contribution to the sociology of events’.
  • El-Hajjari, Fatiha
  • Fioritio, Tara, ‘Evoking the American DREAM: In Search of Success in the Undocumented Youth Movement in Los Angeles’.
  • Haperen, Sander van, ‘Complex Contention’.
  • Huong, Nguyen, ‘Emerging Infectious Disease, the State and People at Risk – Health Risk Communication in Vietnam’.
  • Hoijtink, Marc, ‘Streven en overleven: een etnografische analyse van de ‘nieuwe sociale professional’ in de grootstedelijke frontlijn van Amsterdam’.
  • Keuchenius, Anna
  • Ouwehand, André, ‘Instroom en ingreep. Bewonerspercepties van buurt- en wijkverandering ondanks en dankzij herstructurering’.
  • Pelivan Cemgil, Gozde, ‘The Making and Remaking of a Social Movement: Space, Diversity and the Gezi Movement in Turkey’.
  • Pozolli, Fransesca, ‘Public Policies and the Choice Agenda: An analysis from a Social Justice perspective’.
  • Riffi, Emran
  • Schuurmans, Jitse, ‘Hooking Up: Social Change and Sex without Commitments’.
  • Stapper, Michiel, ‘Contractual paradigm of governing community-led initiatives’.
  • Teernstra, Livia
  • Wekker, Fenneke, ‘Home as public haven? Practices, repertoires and the relationship between home and care’.

 

Graduates

Member International Editorial Board Journal of Sociology

Jan Willem Duyvendak is now a member of the International Editorial Board of the Journal of…

Weg met het hokje ‘m/v’

Wie wordt er gekwetst als je zegt ‘beste aanwezigen’? #genderneutraal aanspreken is belangrijk en kent…

Executive Committee Chair CES

  Jan Willem Duyvendak is new Executive Committee Chair at the Council for European Studies…

‘Verzorgingsstaten maken mensen solidair’

De belangrijkste zin in de fraaie oratie van Monique Kremer is, wat mij betreft, ‘Verzorgingsstaten…

The “migrant with poor prospects”: racialized intersections of class and culture in Dutch civic integration debates

Saskia Bonjour & Jan Willem Duyvendak in Ethnic and Racial Studies (open access) KEYWORDS: Civic…

Understanding governmental activism

Imrat Verhoeven & Jan Willem Duyvendak in Social Movement Studies (open access) This article seeks…

Becoming (more) Dutch as medical recommendations: how understandings of national identity enter the medical practice of hymenoplasty consultations

Sherria Ayuandini & Jan Willem Duyvendak in Nations and Nationalism, doi: 10.1111/nana.12329. This article looks…

Waarom de formatie wel stuk móest lopen

Dat de formatie is afgeketst op migratie zegt vooral iets over het zelfbeeld van de…

Sociologie als oplossing

…of als probleem. “Geïnspireerd door Karl Jaspers Die geistige Situation der Zeit (1931) riep Jürgen…