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  • Moved by the Spirit: Sensing the Divine in a Dutch Pentecostal Church

    Moved by the Spirit: Sensing the Divine in a Dutch Pentecostal Church

    Annelise Reid | | 0
    God is disappearing from the Netherlands, according to a 2016 survey. But this is misleading. New religious movements such as Pentecostalism are growing worldwide. For my MA, I made a film about 3 months’ fieldwork in a Dutch Pentecostal community.
  • Will women talk about the war?

    Will women talk about the war?

    Rosi Aryal | | 0
    How do women talk about violent experiences? How can we understand women’s stories of war without reproducing stereotypes of female victimhood or subservience? Rosi Aryal won the Speckmann award with her MA research on war time violence in Sierra Leone.
  • Community-conserved areas: Do freshwater fish sanctuaries work?

    Community-conserved areas: Do freshwater fish sanctuaries work?

    Lien Vermeersch | | 1
    What determines the failure or success of community-conserved projects that try to combine biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction? Lien Vermeersch wrote her MA thesis on fish sanctuaries in the Philippines and won the Speckmann Prize 2015.