ERMeCC PhD Research Projects

ERMeCC PhD Research Projects

Below is an overview of all PhD projects currently being conducted at ERMeCC.

Current Projects

Urban Tourism: Towards Sustainable Development Models

Shirley Nieuwland

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Imagining the Divided City

Emily Mannheimer

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Engagement with cultural diversity in secondary education

Zouhair Hammana

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Sensory Learning

Jaco van den Dool

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Digital Vigilantism in Russia

Rashid Gabdulhakov

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Reconcile or not? An empirical study on status and price within the contemporary art world

Simeng Chang

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New Media and Health Communication: A cross-cultural perspective

Lei Yang

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Film tourism in China

Min Xu

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Reshaping Authenticity

Niels van Poecke

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Touching war: Contemporary visits to twentieth-century war sites and cemeteries in Europe

Siri Driessen

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Games set in war-devastated European (urban) landscapes

Pieter van den Heede

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Elvis has finally left

Julian Schaap

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Citizen Engagement: Politics and Digital Media in Namibia

Sadrag Shihomeka

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Locating Imagination

Nicky van Es, Leonieke Bolderman

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Television culture and the myth of participation

Balázs Boross

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Geopolitics of artivism

Frank Weij

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Empowering Citizens

Joyce Neys

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Social media and its impact on college students' trust in China

Qiong Gong

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The making of the market for Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painting, 1886-2014

Liesbeth de Strooper

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Recently completed

Regarding the pain of others

Johannes von Engelhardt

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Persuasive Gaming in Context

Ruud Jacobs, PhD

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The affordances of repackaged popular music from the past

Simone Driessen, PhD

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Symbolic Struggles in Changing Cultural Hierarchies

Janna Michael, PhD

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