Issue 2, 2011
François Levrau studeerde Klinische Psychologie, Moraalfilosofie en is Doctor in de Sociale Wetenschappen.
Marc D. Davidson werkt bij het Instituut voor Biodiversiteit en Ecosys- teemdynamica (IBED) van de Universiteit van Amsterdam en is gaston- derzoeker en -docent bij de UvA-capaciteitsgroep Philosophy and Public Affairs (PPA).
Timo Jütten is a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Essex. His re- search interests are in critical theory, political philosophy and ethics, and his current project is on commodification and the moral limits of mar- kets. He has published articles in the European Journal of Philosophy, In- quiry and The International Journal of Philosophical Studies.
Daniel Loick studied Philosophy, Sociology and German Literature in Du- isburg and Frankfurt. His PhD thesis Critique of Sovereignty is forth- coming with Campus Verlag later this year. He is currently a junior fac- ulty member at the Institute for Philosophy of Goethe-University Frank- furt, Germany.
Robin Celikates is Associate Professor of Political and Social Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and a co-editor of Krisis
Lukas Verburgt is a research master student in philosophy, and studies political sciences at the University of Amsterdam. His main research interests are philosophy and sociology of science, pragmatist theories of democracy, actor-network theory, post-structuralism and neo-monadology.
René Boomkens (1954) is full professor social and cultural philosophy at the University of Groningen. In his research he focusses on the social and cultural philosophy of modernity, interpreted as modern experience, with special attention to the crucial role of the city and of urban culture.
Anja Eleveld is sinds 2006 promovenda aan de Faculteit der Rechtsge- leerdheid van de Universiteit Leiden binnen het project Hervorming Soci- ale Zekerheid. Ze verricht een kritisch onderzoek naar de hervorming van de sociale zekerheid. De levensloopregeling als nieuw instrument van het socialezekerheidsrecht vormt hierbij een belangrijke casus.
Annemarije Hagen is a doctorate student at the Centre for Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy at the KU Leuven. Her current research focuses on exclusionary practices stemming from a liberal secular framework and is funded by a PhD-fellowship of Research Foundation (FWO) - Flanders.
Yolande Jansen is an Associate Professor at the department of philosophy and the Amsterdam Centre for Globalization Studies of the University of Amsterdam. She is also a Socrates Professor at the VU University, where she holds the chair for 'humanism in relation to religion and secularity'. Her publications include Secularism, Assimilation and the Crisis of Multiculturalism: French Modernist Legacies (Amsterdam University Press/IMISCOE, 2013) and The Irregularization of Migration in contemporary Europe; Detention, Deportation, Drowning (Rowman and Littlefield, co-edited with Robin Celikates and Joost de Bloois, 2015). Areas of research are social and political philosophy, in particular critical theory, pluralism, multiculturalism and democracy; genealogies of secularism, humanism and religion; irregularised migration; Judaism and Islam in Europe; Islam in Europe; and French culture and literature, in particular the work of Marcel Proust. Jansen is the principal investigator of the NWO-project 'Critique of Religion; Framing Jews and Muslims, Islam and Judaism in political theory and public debate' along with co-applicant Thijl Sunier.