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REVIEW: Cosmopolitanism: Ideals and Realities
Sofie Dreef
Amsterdam Law Forum , 2012,
Abstract: Book review of 'Cosmopolitanism: Ideals and Realities' by David Held.
Editorial
Sofie Dreef
Amsterdam Law Forum , 2011,
Abstract: The topic of Amsterdam Law Forum’s last thematic number is ‘Legal Perspectives on Gender and Sexual Equality’.
Editorial
Sofie Dreef
Amsterdam Law Forum , 2011,
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Conference Report
Sofie Dreef,Laura Morrison
Amsterdam Law Forum , 2011,
Abstract: Amsterdam Law Forum Conference Legal Perspectives on Gender And Sexual Equality May 13, 2011 Aurorazaal – VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Editorial
Sofie Dreef,Marcel van Looij
Amsterdam Law Forum , 2010,
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Issue on health care, bioethics and the law
Sofie Dreef,Alba Izadó Leon Hernandez
Amsterdam Law Forum , 2011,
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Altru stisch ambtenaar of hero sch genie? Het gepropageerde beeld van provinciale en academische directeurs van bacteriologische laboratoria in Belgi (ca. 1900-1940)
Sofie Onghena
Studium : Tijdschrift voor Wetenschaps- en Universiteits-Geschiedenis , 2009,
Abstract: Altruistic public servant or heroic genius? The propagated image of provincial and academic directors of bacteriological laboratories in Belgium (ca. 1900-1940) At the end of the nineteenth century provincial bacteriological institutes were established in Belgium – in Liège, Mons, Namur and Brussels – in order to combat epidemics, to promote preventive medicine and to pursue the successful research of Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch. Similar laboratories existed at the universities of Ghent, Louvain and Brussels. The image building played an important role for both kinds of institutes, as bacteriology in pioneering phase had to be publicly confirmed as a new, valuable discipline. However, the directors of provincial and academic institutes – with the same academic training though – were awarded with different qualities at their jubilees, fitting with the purposes and the self-image of their respective institutions, either provincial authorities or universities. The image of academic directors was guided by academic decorum: Emile van Ermengem, Edmond Destrée and Joseph Denys were represented as savants, solely devoted to pure science and paternally educating young researchers, notwithstanding the fact that their laboratories had humanitarian merits as well. On the other hand, the discourse on the first provincial directors – Ernest Malvoz, Martin Herman, Achille Haibe – emphasized their altruistic commitment and their solid work for the provincial government. Jules Bordet, internationally rewarded scientist, professor and provincial director of the Pasteur Institute in Brussels, was celebrated with both sorts of discourses.
Illustration af fremtidens arealanvendelse til energiafgr der p landskabsskala i et GIS
Ann-Sofie Richardt
Geoforum Perspektiv , 2010,
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“Imagined Communities, Recuperated Homelands. Rethinking American and Canadian Minority and Exilic Writing”
Sofie De Smyter
Transatlantica : Revue d'études Américaines , 2012,
Abstract: The question “Where are you from?”, which is often heard at conferences, foregrounds the link between identity and location. This link proved constitutive of Imagined Communities, Recuperated Homelands, a conference that was organized by Professors Monica Manolescu and Charlotte Sturgess and took place at the University of Strasbourg on the eleventh and twelfth of March 2011. At the heart of the conference was the way Canadian and North American minority and exilic writing questions and recon...
Majority versus Minority: ‘Governmentality’ and Muslims in Sweden
Anne Sofie Roald
Religions , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/rel4010116
Abstract: This article deals with the Muslim community in Sweden in view of the majority–minority dynamics with focus on how values, attitudes, behaviors, and practices of the Swedish majority influence Muslim minority communities and how majority society’s approach to Muslims and Islam influences both the relationship Muslims have with non-Muslims and the understandings that Muslims have of Islam.
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