Vénicia Sananès is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology. She is part of the project “Prototyping Welfare in Europe: Experiments in State and Society”.
Currently, Vénicia Sananès explores the dynamics of new welfare arrangements in the Netherlands, the social imaginaries they enact and the futures they prefigure. Before embarking on this project, Vénicia worked as Research Assistant for Utrecht University and the University of Amsterdam, primarily within the fields of policing, security, and violence. She holds a BA in Cultural Anthropology from University Toulouse – Jean Jaurès (FR) and a MA in Cultural Anthropology (cum laude) from Utrecht University. Her thesis explores how Dutch residents differently experience the digitalisation of bureaucracy through the DigiD interface and the invisibility this new form of bureaucracy generates.
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