dr. Nikkie Wiegink
N.Wiegink@uu.nl
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Profiel

Nikkie Wiegink is currently working at the Department of Cultural Anthropology as a researcher focusing on corporate sovereignty and coal mining in Mozambique, a project that is funded by the NWO Veni scheme (starting date January 2016). Previously she worked as a consultant on disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration and small arms control in Sudan for the Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC) (2014-2015), where she is currently a research associate. She defended her PhD dissertation: Beyond Fighting and Returning: Social Navigations of Former Combatants in Central Mozambique, on the 20th of June 2014. Nikkie Wiegink has a Bachelor degree in Cultural Anthropology and a MA in Conflictstudies and Human Rights, both obtained at Utrecht University.

Interests

Mozambique, Sudan, social reconstruction after war, armed group dynamics, sovereignty, disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration of combatants, small arms and light weapons control, coal mining, the anthropology of infrastructure.

 

 

Strategische thema's / focusgebieden
Wetenschappelijke expertises
Mozambique
Armed group dynamics
Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration of combatants
Small arms and light weapons control
Sudan
Post-war social reconstruction
Extractive industry
Mining
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Sleutelpublicaties

Wiegink, N. (28-07-2015). 'It Will Be Our Time to Eat': Former Renamo Combatants and Big-Man Dynamics in Central Mozambique. Journal of Southern African Studies, 41 (4), (pp. 869-885) (17 p.).

Wiegink, N. (2013). Why Did the Soldiers Not Go Home? Demobilized Combatants, Family Life and Witchcraft in Postwar Mozambique. Anthropological Quarterly, 86 (1), (pp. 107-113) (7 p.).

Wiegink, N. & de Vries, Hugo (2011). Breaking Up and Going Home? Contesting Two Assumptions in the Demobilization and Reintegration of Former Combatants. International Peacekeeping, 18 (1), (pp. 38-51) (14 p.).

Alle publicaties
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Wiegink, N. (28-07-2015). 'It Will Be Our Time to Eat': Former Renamo Combatants and Big-Man Dynamics in Central Mozambique. Journal of Southern African Studies, 41 (4), (pp. 869-885) (17 p.).
  2015 - Vakpublicaties
Acharya , Nikhil, Wiegink, N. & Idris, Salah (2015). Civilian Arms Registration and Marking Handbook. Bonn : Bonn International Center for Conversion .
  2013 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Wiegink, N. & de Vries, Hugo (2011). Breaking Up and Going Home? Contesting Two Assumptions in the Demobilization and Reintegration of Former Combatants. International Peacekeeping, 18 (1), (pp. 38-51) (14 p.).
  2010 - Vakpublicaties
Wiegink, N. (2010). “The Water is Still Dirty”: The Politics of Service Delivery and Urban Government in Harare, Zimbabwe. In Martijn Klem (Eds.), Who belongs to the city/to whom belongs the city The Hague : Research for Development/VNG International.
  2008 - Vakpublicaties
Diphoorn, T.G. & Wiegink, N. (2008). Meer aandacht voor de fragiele stad. Heilige Huisjes: Anders kijken naar Internationale Samenwerking - Anders kijken naar Internationale Samenwerking (pp. 30) (38 p.). The Hague: Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken.
Denissen, I.N.M., Diphoorn, T.G., Huesken, Jan, Koch, Dirk Jan, Leenstra, Melle, Wiegink, N. & Delgado Pitti, Ivan A. (2008). Oplossingen voor armoede. Goed bestuur: pak corruptie aan. Onze wereld, 50 (11), (pp. 54-58).
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NWO Veni project "Corporate Sovereignty"

Nikkie Wiegink is the main applicant of the NWO-funded research project: ‘Enacting the Coal Enclave: Corporate Sovereignty in Central Mozambique’ on coal mining companies and the creation and contestation of sovereign power in resource-rich and marginal areas. Starting date January 2016. 

 

PhD research

Ethnographic analysis of the social trajectories of former combatants in Mozambique. PhD dissertation: Beyond Fighting and Returning: Social Navigations of Former Combatants in Central Mozambique, defended on June 20, 2014 - Department of Cultural Anthropology, Utrecht University. The research was funded by the NWO Vrije Competitie. http://www.nwo.nl/actueel/nieuws/2014/magw/naoorlogs-bestaan-van-renamo-strijders-in-mozambique.html

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dr. N. Wiegink Contactgegevens
Sjoerd Groenmangebouw

Padualaan 14
Kamer A.207
3584 CH  UTRECHT

Telefoonnummer direct 030 253 1894
Telefoonnummer afdeling 030 253 2111
Sjoerd Groenmangebouw

Padualaan 14
Kamer -
3584 CH  UTRECHT

Telefoonnummer direct 030 253 1563
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