Stop romanticizing flexible employment – Katoikos.eu – April 6, 2017
The precarious life of kids these days: The unpaid internship industry – Interact Blogs – April 5, 2013
Also published on Intern Aware (April 26, 2013) and Katoikos.eu (March 23, 2017). Recently updated version can be read here [PDF].
Kaitlin the Obroni – A highly informal/personal blog I wrote during my stay in Ghana between July and September 2013. During this period, I conducted ethnographic fieldwork for my master’s thesis in Social and Cultural Anthropology.
As of 2015, my work at DELMIC has involved the publication of news items on a monthly-to-weekly basis. See below a small selection:
New paper on overlay in correlative microscopy in Nature – March 9, 2017
DELMIC at the Quantitative Bioimaging conference in Delft – January 7, 2016
Live demonstration of the SPARC system at the 2015 MicroNanoConference – November 11, 2015
Also published in Infocus Magazine (Royal Microscopical Society), December 2015 issue
Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation
‘Crossing Borders’ exhibition: A great success – May 7, 2015
WORM Artist Residency Interviews
Big Hare: Happy Experimentalism with Carnival Sounds – February 2017
BJ Snowden: Cult artist plays piano at the WORM Sound Studio – December 2016
Band descriptions for The Quietus Festival – September 2016
… Simultaneously playful and full of meaning, ILL challenges its audience musically and socially in the face of millennial whoops and misogyny. …
Band descriptions for event: E (Thrill Jockey, US) + Nausica (NL/DE)
… Nausica, named after the character Nausicaä from the Miyazaki film Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, is equally cinematic as its filmic counterpart. Their work is multifaceted, reminiscent of music ranging from the roughness of PJ Harvey to the ethereal My Brightest Diamond. The music is simultaneously tender and bold, with intense instrumental buildups evocative of Warpaint. …
The Bechdel Test and Ruby Sparks: Women in entertainment and baby steps of progress – Interact Magazine for Europe – February 2014
Racism and gay rights in the Netherlands: Two sides of the same coin in nationalist politics – Interact Magazine for Europe – February 2014
Zwarte Piet: The painted elephant in the room – THE VOICE: International Student Magazine – February 2013 [PDF]
Art exposes undercurrent of internationalization – THE VOICE: International Student Magazine – February 2013 [PDF]
“They come with preconceived minds”: The negotiation and contestation of diaspora tourism in Ghana – Master Thesis, submitted to obtain the degree of Master of Science in Social and Cultural Anthropology, academic year 2014-2015
For more examples of my academic work, see my profile at Academia.edu.