Department of Culture Studies
Criminal Justice and Mental Health: Contributions from an Applied Anthropology of Police
Tuesday, October 4
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Doing Ritual Criticism in a Network Society
by Paul Post & Suzanne van der Beek
Professor Paul Post and PhD student Suzanne van der Beek explore questions and themes on the topos of the Pilgrim and the Tourist, cyber pilgrimage as phenomenon and object of research, E-religion and E-ritual, the tradition of mental or virtual pilgrimage, reproduction of sacred space, and the topography of the sacred.
31 May 2016Event
Conference Practices of Victimhood
A conference on ‘practices of victimhood’ will take place at Tilburg University on 31 May – 1 June 2016. The topic ‘victimhood’ is current and urgent and has, besides legal and humanitarian aspects, also, ritual and cultural dimensions. On the first day (31 May) the focus will be on the ritual dimensions of victimhood. Read more
29 Feb 2016Direct link
Review of A Public Anthropology of Policing by Paul Mutsaers
Review of A Public Anthropology of Policing: Law Enforcement and Migrants in the Netherlands by Paul Mutsaers (Politieacademie/Tilburg University, 2015). Read more
22 Oct 2015News
Tilburg University is supporting the World Food Programme in Syria
Syria is embroiled in a violent civil war that has resulted in widespread destruction and devastation. Entering its fifth year, the conflict has left almost half of the population homeless, with 7.6 million internally displaced and almost 4 million having fled to neighbouring countries. Recently, more and more refugees have been finding their way to European countries – resulting in the so-called European Refugee Crisis.