Sara ten Brinke MSc
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Sara ten Brinke is a PhD candidate at the department of Cultural Anthropology. In her research she explores how young adults in Timor-Leste (East Timor) navigate between the power structures of national liberal democracy and local forms of customary law and how they construct understandings of national citizenship in this process.

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All publications
  Articles - Scholarly publications
  Book parts / chapters - Scholarly publications
ten Brinke, S.S. (2016). Liberating the People - Young Adults, Political Reconciliation and Constitution in Timor-Leste. In Sarah Smith, Antero B. da Silva, Nuno Canas Mendes, Alarico da Costa Ximenes, Clinton Fernandes & Michael Leach (Eds.), Timor-Leste - The Local, the Regional, the Global
  Websites / portals - Other output
ten Brinke, S.S. (25.10.2016). Between the Paradigms - Youth Representatives and Local Governance in Timor-Leste.
  Lectures - Other output
S.S. ten Brinke (03.06.2016) Paper Presentation: "Dual Knowledge Production: Bringing Together Engaged and Academic Anthropology" In Panel: Anthropological practice and collective action dynamics
S.S. ten Brinke (10.07.2015) Liberating the People: Young Adults, Political Reconciliation and Inter-generational Negotiations in Timor-Leste
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The Netherlands

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