TEACHING & TALKS

Course design and coordination

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Netherlands School of Public & Occupational Health (NSPOH), Utrecht.

'Introduction to Qualitative Research', a 3-day course for medical professionals (twice a year).

Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Programme, University of Amsterdam.

‘Youth & Health’ in Bachelor Interdisciplinary Social Sciences (6 ECTS)

GGD Academy, the Netherlands.

​'Qualitative Methods in Health Research', a 3-day course for medical professionals (2x).
Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.

Core Specialization Module ‘Health, Care and the Body’ within the Research Master Social Sciences (10 ECTS).

Faculty of Behavioural Science, University of Amsterdam.

Thematic module ‘Sexuality, Reproduction and Health’ for third year Bachelor in Cultural Anthropology (12 ECTS).

Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.

‘Research protocol development’ in Research Master Social Sciences (10 ECTS).

Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.

‘Research protocol development’ in Research Master Social Sciences (10 ECTS).

James P. Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University, Bangladesh.

'Anthropological Approaches to Public Health' in the Master of Public Health (11 days).

Faculty of Behavioural Science, University of Amsterdam.

‘Introduction to Medical Anthropology’ in the post-graduate Amsterdam Master’s in Medical Anthropology (10 ECTS).

Faculty of Behavioural Science, University of Amsterdam.

‘Introduction to Medical Anthropology’ in the post-graduate Amsterdam Master’s in Medical Anthropology (10 ECTS).

Co-teaching

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Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam

‘Comprehensive Introduction to Research Methodology and Design’ for various MA programmes (1 month, intensive)

Faculty of Behavioural Science, University of Amsterdam.

'Research Design' in the Master Medical Anthropology and Sociology (1 semester).

Faculty of Behavioural Science, University of Amsterdam.

‘Methods of Research on Health and Health Care’ in the Master Medical Anthropology and Sociology (1 semester).

Faculty of Behavioural Science, University of Amsterdam.

‘Theory and history of anthropology’ for second year Bachelors Cultural Anthropology (1 semester).

Supervision

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Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.

MA research project on menstruation in Bangladesh by student Medical Anthropology and Sociology (MAS)

Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam.

Co-supervision of a Ph.D. project on Western involvement in a Cameroonian hospital.

Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.

Research Master research project on experiences of German women with post-WWII rape by allied soldiers (RMSS).

Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.

MA research project on pregnancy risks in Jamaica by student Medical Anthropology and Sociology (MAS).

Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.

Research protocols in Research Master Social Sciences (RMSS).

Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam.

Research protocols in Research Master Social Sciences (RMSS).

Faculty of Behavioural Science, University of Amsterdam.

Research protocols in Master Medical Anthropology and Sociology (MAS).

Faculty of Social Sciences, Radboud University of Nijmegen.

Bachelor theses in Cultural Anthropology.

Invited talks and seminars
Abroad

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National School of Political Science (SNSPA), Romania.

‘Reproductive health examined: anthropological studies in Cameroon and Romania’, in Bachelor program Public Administration.

University of Oxford, UK.

‘Angel mothers and forgotten fetuses: Meanings and memories of reproductive loss in Romania’ in the seminar series

‘Childbearing and the body political’. [cancelled due to sickness]

New York University, USA.

'The pain and pride of angel mothers: Disappointments and desires around reproductive loss in post-communist    
Romania' in the seminar series ‘Science Studies and Ethnography’.

Bronx Community Center, City University of New York (CUNY), USA.
'Making (angel) mothers: Politics and reproduction in Romania' in module ‘Introduction to Sociology’.

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), UK.

‘Ethnographic approaches’ in module ‘Qualitative Methodologies’ (once a year).

University of Bucharest, Romania.

​‘Gender and reproductive health: Some examples from the field’ in module ‘Sociology of Gender’ in Bachelor program   
Gender Studies.

University of Bucharest, Romania.

‘Studying reproductive health: An anthropologist’s journey from Cameroon to Romania’ in Monthly Departmental Seminar
Series.

University of Bucharest, Romania.

‘Medical anthropology: An introduction’ in BA minor Cultural Anthropology.

National School of Political Science (SNSPA), Romania.

‘Reproductive health examined: anthropological studies in Cameroon and Romania’ (March and November).     
University of Oxford, UK.

‘Reproductive navigation in East Cameroon’ in the seminar series ‘Reproduction and Social Differentiation’.

The Netherlands

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Netherlands School of Public & Organizational Health (NSPOH), Utrecht.

'Culture and health system research' in module 'Health System Research' (twice a year).

Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam.

'Views on health and disease in different cultures' in module 'Health Systems' (twice a year).

UvA Bachelor program Pedagogical Sciences.

‘The meaning of children in Romania’ in module ‘The meaning of having children in cross-cultural perspective’ (once a year).

UvA Graduate School for Social Sciences (GSSS).

‘Ethnographic approaches’ in module ‘Comprehensive Introduction to Research Methodology and Design’ (once a year).

Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam.

‘Medical Anthropology’ in module ‘Basic Research Methods’ (twice a year).

UvA Department of Anthropology.

Over 50 guest lectures in Bachelor and (Research) Master programs in (Medical) Anthropology at the University of 
Amsterdam.

Netherlands School of Public & Organizational Health (NSPOH)

'Qualitative Interviewing' in Master of Public Health (3x).

Leiden University College, The Hague.

'Politics of reproduction: The case of abortion in Romania' in module 'Medical Anthropology'.

Amsterdam University College (AUC), Amsterdam.

'Concepts and theories' in module 'Introduction to Medical Anthropology'

UvA Bachelor program Pedagogical Sciences.

‘The meaning of children in Cameroon’ in module ‘The meaning of having children in cross-cultural perspective’.

Leiden University College, The Hague.
'Making mothers in Romania: Reproductive health and the state' in module 'Medical Anthropology'

UvA Bachelor program Political Science.

‘Ethnographic research’ in module ‘The Young and the Party’.

Webster University, Leiden.

‘Sexuality and navigations of reproduction’ in module ‘Introduction to Cultural Anthropology’.

UvA Master program Political Science.

‘Ethnographic approaches’ in module ‘Research Methodology for Political Science’.

Academic Medical Center (AMC), University of Amsterdam.

‘Culture & Health’ in ‘International Health’ course at Faculty of Medicine.

Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam.

'Culture, lifestyle, and health’ in module ‘Determinants of health’.