Politics

Posted by | June 4, 2021
Article – Chinatown 2.0: Una zona comercial de temática étnica

Chinatown 2.0: El difícil florecimiento de una zona comercial de temática étnica by Jan Rath, Annemarie Bodaar, Thomas Wagemaakers, and Pui Yan Wu Dearq, 30: 70-86 Special issue Espacios en...

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Posted by | June 4, 2021
Guest professor — Anton de Kom University, Paramaribo

Since Spring 2021, Jan Rath has been associated with the Anton de Kom University van Suriname in Paramaribo, Suriname. More specifically, he has been involved in the Master Social Development...

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Posted by | January 6, 2021
Article — The ambiguity of diversity in a gentrifying shopping street

The ambiguity of diversity: Management of ethnic and class transitions in a gentrifying local shopping street by Emil van Eck, Iris Hagemans & Jan Rath Urban Studies, 57(16): 3299–3314 DOI:...

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Posted by | November 25, 2019
Article — Advancing Ethnic Entrepreneurship Studies

Rath, J. & V. Schutjens (2019) ‘Advancing the Frontiers in Ethnic Entrepreneurship Studies’, in Special Issue on Urban Politics of Ethnic Entrepreneurship edited by A. Schmiz & T. Hernandez (eds),...

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Posted by | January 3, 2018
Journal article — Chinatown 2.0: Ethnically Themed Shopping Area

Chinatown 2.0: the difficult flowering of an ethnically themed shopping area By Jan Rath, Annemarie Bodaar, Thomas Wagemaakers & Pui Yan Wu Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2017, 44...

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Posted by | March 14, 2017
Interview in ‘The Atlantic’ — Dutch tolerance

How the Netherlands Made Geert Wilders Possible: Many voters may choose his anti-Islam party in a country once famous for its tolerance. The Atlantic, March 13, 2017 https://www.google.nl/amp/s/www.theatlantic.com/amp/article/518892/

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Posted by | March 3, 2017
Radio 1 debat in ‘Nieuws en Co’ — gentrificering

De Nieuws en Co-bus organiseert in aanloop naar de verkiezingen ontmoetingen tussen mensen wier leefwerelden ver uit elkaar liggen. Mensen die bijvoorbeeld in dezelfde wijk wonen maar elkaar nooit in...

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