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Aug 25, 2020

In gebieden waar veel mensen een kerk bezoeken of lid zijn van een kerk waren er meer COVID19-gerelateerde ziekenhuisopnamen in de eerste corona-golf (half maart tot en met mei), Dat blijkt uit onderzoek van religiewetenschappers van de Radboud Universiteit, dat op 31 juli gepubliceerd is in het wetenschappelijke tijdschrift Religions.


Lees het nieuwsbericht hier.

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Gerardus van der Leeuw PhD Dissertation Award

The Gerardus van der Leeuw PhD Dissertation Award is a biennial award granted by the Dutch Association for the Study of Religion (NGG) for a PhD dissertation that has made a substantial contribution to the academic study of religion.

 

Please note that the next award will be granted in 2021 and will hence, by exception, include dissertations written over a period of 3 years (see below)

 

The Award 

The recipient of the Gerardus van der Leeuw PhD Dissertation Award is granted a prize of € 750,- Half of this amount is generously provided by the Van Baaren Stichting. In addition, the winner will be asked to deliver a keynote lecture at the NGG's biennial Autumn Conference.

 

Requirements 

The award is granted to a PhD dissertation that is deemed to have made a substantial contribution to the academic study of religion by combining innovative research, sound analysis of original material, a critical approach to established theories and clarity in formulation and style. Candidates must have defended their dissertation at a Dutch university and must be, or must become, a member of the NGG. Candidates for the 2021 award must have received the PhD degree associated with the nominated dissertation between September 1, 2017 and August 31, 2020

 

Nomination 

Nominations can be made by e-mail to info@godsdienstwetenschap.nl until November 1, 2020. The nominator must be a faculty member at the institution that granted the nominee’s PhD degree, or a member of the nominee’s dissertation committee. Each nominator may make only one nomination. 

The applications should consist of PDF-files of the following, in either Dutch or in English: 

  1. A letter of nomination explaining why the nominated dissertation meets the listed criteria 
  2. The nominee’s dissertation 
  3. A brief biographical sketch of the nominee 
  4. Documentation to show that the PhD degree has been awarded. 
  5. If available: additional documentation underlining the quality of the dissertation (note of acceptance in a book series, cum laude documentation, etc.) 

        Deadline: 15 December 2020


Past laureates