Loes Oudenhuijsen

Loes Oudenhuijsen is a PhD candidate at the African Studies Centre Leiden. She holds a BSc in International Development Studies from Wageningen University, and an MA in African Studies (research) from Leiden University. At the ASCL she works on her own PhD-project about transformations and continuations in gender norms in Senegal, through a focus on the positioning of sexually dissident women in society. At the ASCL, she is furthermore involved in teaching in the (Res)MA African Studies. Loes is also an editorial board member of LOVA, the Dutch association for feminist anthropology and gender studies. Additionally, she is a member of its working group Safety in the Field, which seeks to explore and discuss how ethnographic fieldwork can be taught and practiced in safer, inclusive and ethical ways. Loes has also been involved in the Voice4Thought foundation, and has published with Prof. Dr Mirjam de Bruijn on women in slam poetry.

 

L.W. (Loes) Oudenhuijsen
PhD Student
+31 71 527 6934
Room number: 3A18
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Introduction ASCL library web dossier 'African feminism'
(2021)
L.W. Oudenhuijsen
Type of Publication: Other

Female slam poets of francophone Africa: spirited words for social change
(2021)
M.E. de Bruijn; L.W. Oudenhuijsen
Type of Publication: Journal Article

Queer Senegalese migration can redefine activism
(2020)
L.W. Oudenhuijsen
Type of Publication: Other

On being queer and contained
(2020)
L.W. Oudenhuijsen
Type of Publication: Other

A rebel youth? : social media, charismatic leadership and 'radicalized' youth in the 2015 Biafra protests
(2019)
L.C.G.J. ligtvoet; L.W. Oudenhuijsen
Editors: M.E. de Bruijn
Type of Publication: Book Chapter

Can women's football be a game changer?
(2019)
L.W. Oudenhuijsen
Type of Publication: Other

Quietly queer in Senegal
(2019)
L.W. Oudenhuijsen
Type of Publication: Other

Inclusive development in Africa
(2019)
S. Reinders; M. Dekker; F. van Kesteren; L.W. Oudenhuijsen
Type of Publication: Other
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'A rebel youth? : social media, charismatic leadership and 'radicalized' youth in the 2015 Biafra protests'
In: M.E. de Bruijn: 'Biographies of radicalization', Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2019.
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Leiden: African Studies Centre Leiden (ASCL), ASCL Africanist Blog 2021.
Leiden: African Studies Centre Leiden (ASCL), 2021.
London: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 2020.
Leiden: INCLUDE: Knowledge Platform on Inclusive Development Policies, Synthesis report series 2019.