Former Research Team Members

Annemarie Bouman

 

Annemarie Bouman, postdoc researcher

 

Position in relation to project

Postdoc Researcher

 

Short biography 
Annemarie Bouman studied Cultural Anthropology and non-Western Sociology at the University of Amsterdam and wrote her PhD thesis at the department of Cultural Anthropology at Utrecht University. Working with Semi-Nomadic peoples such as the Tuareg (Iklan) in both Niger and Burkina Faso she specialized in kinship, forced marriages, slavery and migration. The past three years she has been working as a researcher at both the Police force of Amsterdam as well as the VU University, where she studied the way policymakers and policeofficers dealt with 'honour related violence' and 'domestic violence' with a focus on the interaction between police officers and migrant households. She has joined the project '"United We Stand".  The Dynamics and Consequences of Institutions for Collective Action in Pre-Industrial Europe' from January 2011 until eraly 2013, focusing on the development of marriage patterns and the evaluation of the Nuclear Hardship Theory as defined by Laslett (1988).

 

Involved in Research Themes

> Relation between Household Economies and institutions for collective action

> Relation between Marriage Patterns and the emergence of institutions for collective action

 

Involved in projects

>  United We Stand. The Dynamics and Consequences of Institutions for Collective Action in Pre-Industrial Europe (ERC) 

 

Involved in debates 

>  On marriage patterns and institutions for collective action

 

 

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Personal webpage (including CV and full list of publications)

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