The interview (podcast) below is in in Dutch

Profile Professor Ad Borsboom

*Anthropologist; Research area: Aboriginal Australia.

*Chair Pacific Studies Radboud University Nijmegen.

*Teaching experience at all levels in Anthropology.

*Publications for both scientific and general audiences (books, chapters in books, articles), editorials. See f.e. ‘De Clan van de Wilde Honing.’ 2006, Binkey Kok Publications, Haarlem.

*Member of the new Editorial Advisory Board of the scientific journal Oceania (University of Sydney).
Oceania is a fully refereed journal which is published online and in print versions three times a year. Oceania publishes contributions in the field of social and cultural anthropology. Its primary regional orientation is to the peoples of Australia, Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia and Insular Southeast Asia.

*Member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (AIATSI), Canberra.

*Consultancies and evaluations for government, semi-government bodies and university institutions.

*Training Dutch employees for employment in Australia.

*Managerial: Vice-Dean Faculty of Social Science, Radboud University; Chair Department of Anthropology

*Politics: ‘fractievoorzitter’ CDA (Christian Democrats) 1986-1994, City of Beuningen, The Netherlands.

*Goals: publishing, training, chairmanship meetings and/or conferences

Honors and Awards:
* ‘Ridder in de Orde van de Nederlandse Leeuw’ (2006).
* Medal from the Dutch Minister of Education and Science for educational and media activities on Australia (1988).

1988: Honourable request from de Cabinet of the Dutch Queen to provide information on various subjects for the Queen’s state visit to Australia.

Specialties: publishing, lecturing, informing, chair


Gesprekken met antropoloog Ad Borsboom die in de 70 er jaren bij de Aboriginies in Arhem land woonde met zijn gezin.