Ms S.C. (Silke) Hoppe MSc
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Programme group: Anthropology of Health, Care and the Body
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166 Amsterdam
Room number: C5.03
1001 NA Amsterdam
Silke Hoppe studied cultural anthropology at the University of Amsterdam. She graduated 2009 (with distinction) on a research concerning the illness experiences of people who have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. After her master she worked in the field of disability studies. In 2010 she did research, which was funded by ZonMw, on the role of reciprocity in the illness experiences of people with Multiple Sclerosis. From 2011 till 2013 Silke worked as a junior lecturer at the department of Anthropology.
Since 2013 she is a PhD student at the Partnership of Long-Term Care and Dementia. Her research will focus on the experiences of people with early-onset dementia and their families. She will analyse to what extent people can share those experiences with each other and which aspects remain unspoken.
Wetenschapsfilosofie en Argumentatieleer (6 ECTS)
Inleiding Niet-Westerse Sociologie (12 ECTS)
Inleiding Culturele Antropologie (12 ECTS)
Methoden en Technieken I (12 ECTS)
- Hoppe, S. (2012). The negative side of independence: an exploration of the self and others. Medische Antropologie, 24(1), 131-147. [details]
- Hoppe, S. (2010). Visibility and invisibility in chronic illness. Medische Antropologie, 22(2), 361-373. [details]
- Hoppe, S. (2009). "Getting sick has been good to me, not bad": understanding the experience of growth in face of adversity. Medische Antropologie, 21(2), 277-296. [details]
Keynote / Invited lecture
- Hoppe, S.C. (invited speaker) (7-3-2014): De (on)zichtbaarheid van een beperking, Voorjaarscongres Nederlandse Vereniging voor Kindertandheelkunde en Vereniging tot Bevordering der Tandheelkundige Gezondheidszorg voor Gehandicapten, Arnhem.