Projecten 2011

Civic and Cultural Identities in a Changing World. Analyzing the mortuary practices of the postclassical Peloponnese
Prof. dr. S. Voutsaki (RUG) Tjitske Dijkstra

Reading Suffering. An Empirical Enquiry into Emotional, Intellectual and Ethical Responses to Narratives of Mental and Physical Pain
Prof. dr. M.S.S.E. Janssen (EUR) Eva Maria Koopman

In touch with the dead. A study of early medieval reopened graves
Prof. dr. F.C.W.J. Theuws (UvA) Martine van Haperen

Solving the actuation problem: the role of perception in sound change
Dr. H. van de Velde (UU) Anne-France Pinget
Nieuwsbericht 'Waar je vandaan komt, bepaalt hoe je een klank hoort'

Buying children, restraining wages. The emergence of family policy as a transnational challenge (1900-1960)
Dr. N. Randeraad (UM) Stella Wolters

The value of deliberate metaphor
Prof. dr. G.J. Steen (VU) Gudrun Reijnierse

When what and where fall into place: the ontological status of place terms in Lokono
Prof. dr. P.C. Hengeveld (UvA) Konrad Rybka

Language use in real time: the dynamics of lexical knowledge in L1 and L2
Prof. dr. C.L.J. de Bot (RUG) Rika Plat

Mind and Narrativity. Towards an Integrated Narrative Account of Self, Consciousness and Reasons for Action
Prof. dr. M.V.P. Slors (RUN) Fleur Jongepier

Crime and punishment in the Dutch East Indies 1816-1918; the complexities of criminal law practice in a multi-ethnic society
Prof. dr. H.W. van den Doel (UL) Sanne Ravensbergen

Individual variation in entrenchment of multi-word units
Prof. dr. A.P.J. van den Bosch (UvT) Véronique Verhagen

The representation of people of mixed race in colonial and postcolonial literature of the Dutch East Indies (1800-present)
Prof. dr. G.J. Dorleijn (RUG) Petra Boudewijn

The Transformation of Citizenship Conceptions during the Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary Era in France, The Netherlands, and the United States, 1776-1830
Prof. dr. I. de Haan (UU) René Koekkoek

Facing Society. A study of identity among the pre-Columbian and early colonial indigenous societies of the circum-Caribbean through the analysis of intentional cranial modification
Prof. dr. C.L. Hofman (UL) Anne van Duijvenbode

The acquisition of a lexical tone system by children acquiring East-Limburgian
Prof. dr. J.P.M. Fikkert (RUN) Stefanie Ramachers

The historical Republic. Historical and political thought in the late eighteenth-century Dutch Republic
Prof. dr. N.C.F. van Sas (UvA) Jan RotmansMODOMA: Computer-Simulated Laboratory-Approach to Language AcquisitionProf. dr. N.O. Schiller (UL) David Shakouri

Living Neolithization. Micro histories and grand narrative in Neolithic Anatolia and Southeast Europe (c. 7000 - 5000 BC)
Dr. F.A. Gerritsen (VU) Elisha van den Bos

Verbal Forms in Biblical Hebrew Poetry: Poetic Freedom or Linguistic System?
Prof. dr. E. Talstra (VU) Gino Kalkman

Historical scholarship and school history: national narratives in Dutch and English textbooks, 1920-2010
Prof. dr. M.C.R. Grever (EUR) Tina van der Vlies