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  • Moving Humanities

    Programme & Abstracts

    ReMA/PhD conference

    Graduate School for the


    Gymnasion, Radboud University


    Thursday, 23 October 2014

  • We are delighted to welcome you to the

    Moving Humanities conference. Moving

    Humanities spans a wide range of

    disciplines within the Humanities. The focus

    of this year’s event is on bringing ideas and

    practice together in an exchange that should

    be both challenging and constructive.

    28 PhD candidates and Research Master

    students will present their research in

    parallel sessions, while Prof Wijnand

    Mijnhardt (Utrecht University) will deliver a

    keynote lecture entitled 'Why Science Does

    Not Work as It Should, And What To Do

    about It'. The conference will be kicked off by

    three VENI grant recipients, who will hold

    workshops on their experiences with the

    application process.

    We hope that today’s programme will give

    you new ideas, and we wish you an inspiring


    The organizing committee:

    Ruud van den Beuken

    Jeroen Dera

    Kobie van Krieken

    Brenda Mathijssen

    Mijntje Peters

    Welcome to Moving Humanities 2014

  • Moving Humanities 2014 is organized by The Graduate

    School for the Humanities. The Graduate School for the

    Humanities unites the graduate programmes of the three

    research institutes in the Humanities at Radboud University

    Nijmegen: Centre for Language Studies, Institute for

    Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies, Research Institute

    for Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies.

    What the GSH has to offer

    The Radboud University

    Graduate School for the

    Humanities offers the best

    possible research training and

    supervision to young academic

    talent from the Netherlands and

    abroad in the Humanities

    disciplines. Our Research Ma

    and PhD programs are closely

    tied to the outstanding research

    institutes within our faculties.

    We offer our Research Ma

    students and PhD students an

    inspiring and multidisciplinary

    setting, in which world-leading

    scholars collaborate in the

    areas of linguistics, language

    and speech technology,

    communication studies,

    literature and literary theory,

    cultural studies, history, art

    history, archeology, philosophy

    and religious studies. Much of

    this collaboration is focused in

    two multidisciplinary research


    - Europe and its Worlds

    - Language in Mind and


    The Graduate School for the Humanities

    We guarantee intensive

    academic training and personal

    coaching for each PhD student,

    as part of a tailor-made training

    and supervision plan. The

    training course includes local

    course work, and may also

    include participation in the

    teaching activities organized by

    specialized inter-university

    research schools.

    We offer personalized career

    planning courses and training

    courses aimed at personal

    development. In their daily

    research environment, our PhD

    students are part of interaction

    intensive research peer groups

    supervised by outstanding

    senior researchers.

  • Conference venues: Gymnasion & Cultuurcafé

    10.00-10.15 Registration with coffee and tea




    10.15-10.30 Opening


    10.30-11.30 Workshops by VENI grant recipients: their roads to success

    GN1 Dr Lisette Mol (Tilburg University) CLS

    GN2 Dr Floris Overduin (Radboud University) HLCS

    GN4 Dr Delphine Bellis (Radboud University) PTRS

    11.30-12.45 Parallel sessions 1

    Session 1.1 Chair: Dr Anneke de Graaf

    GN1 Wendy Jacobs, Enny Das & Sanne Schagen (Communication and Information


    Reducing Self-Perceived Cognitive Problems after Breast Cancer Treatment: The

    Role of Stereotype Vulnerability

    Ferdy Hubers (Linguistics)

    Emotional responses in reading groter als ‘bigger as’: An fMRI study

    Annemarie Weerman (Communication and Information Sciences)

    You did what?! An examination of argument quality manipulations in advertising


    Session 1.2 Chair: Dr Joost Rosendaal

    GN2 Maaike Derksen (History)

    Educating and civilising the Javanese: Catholic mission schools in Java 1904-1942

    Koen van Zon (History)

    In Search of Purpose. The European Parliament in search of alternative repertoires of

    legitimacy, 1950-1960

    Thomas Smits (Literary and Cultural Studies)

    Doing digital humanities: readers of 19th century illustrated newspapers

    Conference Programme

  • Session 1.3 Chair: Prof Peter Nissen

    GN4 Ruti Vardi (Theology)

    The conceptualisation of emotions in Biblical Hebrew

    Ezra Delahaye (Philosophy)

    The power of the powerless: the Bartleby case

    Jorn Ackermans (Philosophy)

    Thomas Aquinas on the Embodied and the Disembodied Soul: An Inquiry into

    Thomas’ Accounts of the Soul’s Cognitive-Psychological Functioning in its Embodied

    and Disembodied State

    12.45-13.30 Lunch




    13.30-14.45 Parallel sessions 2

    Session 2.1 Chair: Prof Carla Rita Palmerino

    GN1 Frank van Caspel (Open University, Philosophy)

    On Proprification

    Carli Coenen (Open University, Philosophy)

    Merleau-Ponty’s La structure du comportement: from Cartesian dualism to Embodied


    Gauwain van Kooten Niekerk (Religion Studies)

    Forging meaning in the interaction between viewer and film

    Session 2.2 Chair: Dr Stefan Frank

    GN2 Lieke Verheijen (Dutch Language and Culture)

    The Linguistics of Computer-Mediated Communication – A Register Analysis of Dutch

    Youngsters’ Written CMC

    Huib Kouwenhoven (Communication and Information Sciences)

    Register variation and communication strategy use by Spanish users of English

    Lisa Morano & Mirjam Ernestus (Linguistics)

    Learning reduced words in a foreign language

    Conference Programme

  • Session 2.3 Chair: Prof Alicia Montoya

    GN4 Lieke van Deinsen (Dutch Language and Culture)

    Collecting Culture and the Culture of Collecting: Forging Cultural History in

    Eighteenth-Century Cabinets of Curiosities.

    Jordy Geerlings (History)

    Catholics in Leiden sociability (1750-1800)

    Floris Solleveld (History)

    What happened to the Republic of Letters?

    14.45-15.00 Coffee and tea




    15.00-16.15 Parallel sessions 3

    Session 3.1 Chair: Dr Maarten de Pourcq

    GN1 Meta Links (English Language and Culture)

    Correlative Constructions in Earlier English

    Isabel Kimmelfield (History)

    Byzantine History and Heritage in Tophane, Istanbul: A New Approach to Studying

    the Suburbs of Constantinople

    Eveline Rutten (Greek Language and Culture)

    A very short introduction to digital editing for Humanities

    Esmée Bruggink (Greek Language and Culture)

    Variation in Plato’s Quotation of Homer: an illustration

    Session 3.2 Chair: Yvette Linders MA

    GN2 Nienke Fortuin (Religion Studies)

    Interpreting death from a cultural context

    Christa van Mourik (German Language and Culture)

    Poetics and catchwords

    Conference Programme

  • Guusje Jol & Wyke Stommel

    ‘How do you know?’ Questions about sources of knowledge in police interviews with

    child witnesses

    Session 3.3 Chair: Dr Martine Veldhuizen

    GN4 Christel Theunissen (Art History)

    Medieval choir stalls on the move: solving an art historical puzzle

    Kor Bosch (History)

    Not all roads lead to Rome. Descriptions of travel by visitors to the papal court(s) in

    an age of schism, 1378-1449

    Bernardien van den Berg (Religious Studies)

    The religious of Onze-Lieve-Vrouw in de Hage in Helmond (1462-1543): choir or

    converse sisters?

    16.15-17.00 Keynote lecture by Prof Wijnand Mijnhardt (Utrecht University)

    GN3 Why Science Does Not Work as It Should, And What To Do about It

    17.00 - … Drinks and snacks


    Conference Programme

  • A

    Jorn T.G. Ackermans

    Thomas Aquinas on the Embodied and the

    Disembodied Soul

    An Inquiry into Thomas’ Accounts of the Soul’s

    Cognitive-Psychological Functioning in its

    Embodied and Disembodied State

    In the thirteenth century a turning point in the

    philosophical discours


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