Etty Hillesum

Onderzoeks centrum

STAFF AND MEMBERS

fotograaf: Eric Smekens

STAFF

DIRECTOR

Prof. Dr. Klaas A. D. Smelik is director of the EHOC. He studied Theology, Semitic Languages, Ancient Egyptian, Coptic, Archaeology and Ancient History in Utrecht, Amsterdam and Leiden. Amsterdam University awarded him the degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1977. Professor Smelik worked at the Universities of Amsterdam, Utrecht, Brussels, Louvain and Ghent.

http://klaasadsmelik.nl

EHOC RESEARCHERS

Dr. Dr. Meins G. S. Coetsier obtained his B.A. in philosophy in 2004 and was awarded Master of Arts in Philosophy, at The Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy in Dublin, Ireland in 2006. In 2008, he was awarded Doctor of Philosophy at Ghent University with a study on Eric Voegelin. In 2011, Coetsier completed his four-year FWO research project (2007-2011) which provides a framework for understanding Etty Hillesum’s spiritual search and her writings in the light of Martin Buber, Emmanuel Levinas and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. In 2012, he was awarded the degree Doctor of Comparative Science of Cultures at Ghent University for this study. Coetsier is director of the Centre of Eric Voegelin Studies and founder of the Flow of Presence Academy.

MEMBERS

Philippe Codde (Department of Dutch literature)

Meins G.S. Coetsier (Dep. of Languages and cultures of the Near East and North Africa)

Martin Commers (Department of Philosophy and moral sciences)

Stef Craps (English Literature)

Katrien De Graaf (Dep. of Languages and cultures of the Near East and North Africa)

Jaak De Vos (Department of German)  

Bruno De Wever (Department of Modern history)

Freddy Decreus (Department of Latin and Greek)

Marysa Demoor (Department of English)

Raymond Detrez (Department of Slavonic and East-European studies)

Bart Keunen (Department of Dutch literature)

Julien Klener (Professor Emeritus Hebrew and Judaism)  

Chia Longman (Department of Comparative sciences of culture)

Anne-Marie Musschoot (Professor Emerita of Dutch literature)

Hendrik Pinxten (Department of Comparative sciences of culture)

Klaas Smelik (Dep. of Languages and cultures of the Near East and North Africa)

Michel Tanret (Dep. of Languages and cultures of the Near East and North Africa)

AFFILIATED MEMBERS

Emilio Baccarini (Rome Universiteit Tor Vergata)

Wout van Bekkum (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

Wil van den Bercken (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen)

Ria van den Brandt (Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen)

Rachel Feldhay Brenner (University of Wisconsin)

Francesca Brezzi (Università di Roma Tre)

Pierre Bühler (Universität Zürich)

Denise De Costa (‘s Hertogenbosch, Nederland)

Patricia Couto (Lissabon, Portugal)

Marc De Kesel (Arteveldehogeschool Gent)

Aarnoud van der Deijl (Hoofddorp, Nederland)

Mary S. Evans (London School of Economics)

Jan Geurt Gaarlandt (Uitgeverij Balans, Amsterdam)

Frits Grimmelikhuizen (Etty Hillesum Centrum, Deventer)

Thalia Gur Klein (Winchester University)

Glenn Hughes (St. Mary’s University)

Geert Lekkerkerker (Penningmeester Etty Hillesum Stichting)

Fulvio Cesare Manara (Università di Bergamo)

Melvyn Matthews (Chancellor Emeritus van de Wells Cathedral in Somerset, Engeland)

Ann McKirdy (Ierland)

Maria Filomena Molder (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

Janny van der Molen (De Knipe, Nederland)

Dirk Mulder (Directeur Herinneringscentrum Kamp Westerbork, Hooghalen)

Alexandra Nagel (Eindhoven, Nederland)

Nadia Neri (Jungiaans psychoanalytica, Rome)

Maria Gabriele Nocita (LUMSA University of Rome)

Gerrit van Oord (Coördinator EHOC in Italië, directeur Uitgeverij Apeiron, San Oreste bij Rome)

Manja Pach (Etty Hillesum Centrum, Deventer)

Marta Perrini (Università Ca’ Foscari)

Alexandra Pleshoyano (Université de Sherbrooke)

Didier Pollefeyt (Professor aan Universiteit Leuven, Faculteit Godgeleerdheid)

Brendan Purcell (Notre Dame University Australia)  

Gérard Rémy (Université de Metz)

Judith Roosenschoon (Etty Hillesum Centrum, Deventer)

Bettine Siertsema (Bezinningscentrum Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Rob Tempelaars (Instituut voor Nederlandse Lexicologie)

Wanda Tommasi (Universiteit van Verona)

Edward van Voolen (Voorzitter Etty Hillesum Stichting, Conservator Joods Historisch Museum, Amsterdam)

Jurjen Wiersma (FPG Brussel)

Patrick Woodhouse (Wells, Engeland)