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Prof. dr. J. (Jojada) Verrips

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Programme group: Globalising Culture and the Quest for Belonging

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
Postal address
  • Postbus 15509
    1001 NA Amsterdam
Contact details
  • Publications





    • Verrips, J. (2015). Religion under Water. Etnofoor, 27(1), 75-89.


    • Verrips, J. (2013). Speaking and Singing. Or how Ultra-Orthodox Calvinists Tune their Bodies. In Jaarboek voor Liturgieonderzoek (Vol. 29, pp. 133-145). University of Groningen Press.


    • Verrips, J. (2011). Some Notes on (New) Savages and Savagery. Etnofoor, 23(1), 205-212.


    • Verrips, J. (2010). Body and mind: material for a never-ending intellectual odyssey. In D. Morgan (Ed.), Religion and Material Culture: The Matter of Belief (pp. 21-39). Routledge. [details]



    • Meyer, B., & Verrips, J. (2008). Aesthetics. In D. Morgan (Ed.), Key words in religion, media and culture (pp. 20-30). New York, NY: Routledge. [details]
    • Verrips, J. (2008). Kunst en (‘copycat’) moord. In D. Siegel, F. van Gemert, & F. Bovenkerk (Eds.), Culturele criminologie (pp. 211-221). Boom Juridische Uitgevers. [details]
    • Verrips, J. (2008). Offending Art and the Sense of Touch. Material Religion, 4(2), 204-225.
    • Verrips, J., & Meyer, B. (2008). Kwaku’s car: the struggles & stories of a Ghanaian long-distance taxi-driver. In P. Geschiere, B. Meyer, & P. Pels (Eds.), Readings in modernity in Africa (pp. 153-165). Oxford: James Currey. [details]



    • van den Camp, B., & Verrips, J. (2018). Coloritmes Willem Thijs: leven en werk. Diemen: AMB.


    • Verrips, J. (2013). Snowflakes. Diemen: AMB.
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