Women are stuck, and the only way ahead is with more data and experimentation, argues Natascha Wagner, professor of Development Economics, in her inaugural lecture at Radboud University on October 6.
Sabine de Vries receives a Mosaic 2.0 grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO). With this grant she will research alternatives to criminal justice.
In the chronicling of Dutch art criticism, women often play a marginal role. Art historian Loes van Beuningen conducted PhD research into the role of women in visual art criticism and concludes that too little has changed since 1900.
Muslims’ gender values are not nearly as uniform as is often suggested. Islamic religiosity and time spent in Europe shape views on gender, but shape different gendered issues in varying ways.
The frequency of mosque attendance, the norms of the country of origin, the time since migration and experiences of discrimination all play a role in how Western European Muslims view homosexuality.