Dr Anique Hommels (A.M.)

Currently Hommels is Associate Professor and her activities focus on management, research and teaching. Between 2015 and 2018 she was the Programme Director of the BA Arts and Culture. She was responsible for the overall quality of the programme and initiated and guided a revision of the programme, in close collaboration with colleagues and students. Her current research focuses on urban sociotechnical change, obduracy and vulnerability of (critical) infrastructure. She studies urban resilience and vulnerability, and how cities try to innovate themselves in pre- and post-disaster situations. In her research, she tries to bring together insights from Science and Technology studies (history and sociology of technology) and urban studies. Hommels teaches in the BA Arts & Culture, BA European Studies, MA ESST, and the research Master CAST.