Wiebe Ruijtenberg is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology, Leiden University. He is currently finishing his dissertation, which builds on over a year of ethnographic fieldwork with Egyptians in Amsterdam to examine emerging forms of migrant citizenship in a context of welfare reforms and exclusionary politics. This project is part of the larger, ERC funded project Reproducing Europe led by dr. Anouk de Koning
- Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid
- Instituut voor Metajuridica
- Van Vollenhoven Instituut
- Ruijtenberg W.D. (2020), Review of [Marital breakdown among British Asians: conjugality, legal pluralism and new kinship] by [Kaveri Qureshi] Review of: Qureshi, K. (2018) Marital breakdown among British Asians: conjugality, legal pluralism and new kinship, Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Family and Intimate Life, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 26(3): 701-702.
- Koning A. de & Ruijtenberg W. (2020), Welfare, social citizenship, and the spectre of inequality in Amsterdam, Ethnography : 1-23.
- Koning A. de & Ruijtenberg W.D. (2022), Welfare, social citizenship, and the spectre of inequality in Amsterdam, Ethnography 23(3): 335-357.
- De Koning (2019), Migration as hope and depression: existential im/mobilities in and beyond Egypt [Reproducing Europe: Migrant Parenting and Questions of Citizenship] (translation: Pettit H. & Ruijtenberg W. ), Mobilities 14(5): 730-744.
- Ruijtenberg W.D. (2019), Review of [Mothers on the move: reproducing belonging between Africa and Europe] by [Feldman-Savelsberg, P.] Review of: Feldman-Savelsberg, P Mothers on the Move: Reproducing belonging between Africa and Europe, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 25(2): 410-411.
- Koning A. de, Marchesi M., Vollebergh A., Ruijtenberg W., Botto L. & Chakkour S. (2018), Reproducing Europe: migrant families, professionals and the welfare state. Nijmegen: Reproducing Europe team Radboud University Nijmegen.
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