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Staff members Ethnology

One of the main characteristics of the present composition of the research group Dutch ethnology at the Meertens Institute is its multidisciplinarity. The research group represents disciplines like Dutch studies, history, art history, musicology, anthropology, sociology and social geography. This composition offers numerous possibilities for interdisciplinary collaboration and the formation of theories. The following ethnologists are presently active at the Meertens Institute:

Chiel Arends
developer Oral Culture
Annemieke Arendsen
collection and information specialist Oral Culture
Markus Balkenhol
PhD student Ethnology
Ineke van Beersum
collection and information specialist Oral Culture
Martine de Bruin
project leader (Doc Lied)
Hester Dibbits
research leader, researcher Material Culture
Eveline Doelman
research assistant Feast and Ritual
Sophie Elpers
PhD student Ethnology
Jörg Garbers
post-doc Oral Culture (Witchcraft)
Ellen van der Grijn
collection and information specialist Oral Culture
Louis Grijp
researcher Oral Culture
John Helsloot
researcher Feast and Ritual
Mariet Kaptein
collection and information specialist Oral Culture
Marco Keurentjes
collection and information specialist Oral Culture
Ruben Koman
project leader (Doc Verhaal)
Peter van Kranenburg
PhD student Oral Culture (Witchcraft)
Marieke Lefeber
PhD student Oral Cuture
Peter Jan Margry
researcher Religious Culture
Theo Meder
researcher Oral Culture
Ies Muller
collection and information specialist Oral Culture
Herman Roodenburg
researcher Material Culture
Irene Stengs
researcher Feast and Ritual
Anja Volk
post-doc Oral Culture (Witchcraft)
Marianne van Zuijlen
collection and information specialist Ethnology