Dr T. Davids (Tine)
Assistant professor - Cultural Anthropology and Development Studies
Dr. Tine Davids (Assistant Professor at the Department of Anthropology and Development Studies, Radboud University) teaches and conducts research on gender, motherhood, politics, globalization, gender mainstreaming, feminist ethnography, and (return) migration, and has published internationally on these research areas. She specializes in these issues in particular, but not exclusively, in Latin America, Mexico and Central America and applies and combines a wide range of qualitative methodologies. Her work is published in European Journal of Women’s Studies, International Migration Review, Global Networks, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Third World Quarterly and Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies and she moreover has co-edited various specials issues.
- 2020 - This project groups three studies on the way we deal with the future in corona times, through applying narrative analysis. “Will the Future Never be the Same? Letters from a Post-Corona Future” The current corona virus outbreak has affected our health systems, daily routines, social relationships, livelihoods, the global economic system in ways we never imagined possible. This shows that far-reaching changes, whether negative or positive, are possible. How do we imagine in these circumstances a desirable future after the corona outbreak, rather than the most likely or dreadful future? Our study investigates how a global, disruptive event can impact our perception of what is possible and what is desirable, and the way we make sense of the world (community, society, humanity, the planet) and ourselves. More information
- 2021 - Project on gender-based violence and artistic research and motherhood - Collaboration: Dr. Liza Fitzpatrick (Ulster University, Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland) & Msc. Anna-Lea van Ooijen (Radboud University) - Article Title: Re-narrating “every second girl’s story”: Analyzing the transformative potential of artistic storytelling as a tool and method of inquiry to combat violence against women in Northern Ireland (forthcoming 2023 in Women and Violence)
- Book Project Edited volume on motherhood, Belonging, Gender and the Nation-State - Collaboration: Dr. (Karin) CLA. Willemse ( Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands) - Title: Motherhood, Belonging and Gendered Narrations of the Nation-State and Beyond (forthcoming 2023, to be published by Routledge) Special issue on “Maternidades y la ética del cuidado, para la revista mexicana (online) “Con-temporánea”. - Collaboration: Guest editors together with Lilia Venegas ( Dirección de Estudios Históricos del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, México). - Forthcoming: Con-temporánea, toda la historia en el presente, núm. 19 (enero-junio 2023)
- 2019 - 2023 Co-author and co-supervisor of research papers as part of the PhD research project of MSc - C.E. Merlin Escorza o Bordering, Sheltering, Navigating: Performativity along Two Pathways of Irregular Migration. Supervisors: Prof. dr. J. Schapendonk, Dr. van der Velde and Dr. Lagendijk, Radboud University, Nijmegen. 2019 – Onwards More information
- co-supervisor of research - Nika Looman o Later-in-Life Intimacy: Women's Unruly Practices, Places and Representations. Supervisors: Dr. Katrien De Graeve and Dr. Sara De Vuyst, Ghent University, Ghent. 2020 – Onwards. More information