Sam Kuijken

Doctoral Candidate, KADOC Leuven

Sam Kuijken attained his MA in History at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL). His research focused on European identity formation in the nineteenth century. In this context, he published articles on euro-orientalism and the impact of the Crimean War on the European image of Russia. His current research is characterized by a strong international focus and an interest in topics at the intersection between religion, culture and society. Since 2021, he works at KADOC and is currently pursuing a PhD project on Christian non-governmental organizations in the context of decolonization in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

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Book Project:

From colonial to global? Catholic internationalism and worldviews 1945-1958

Supervisors:

Kim Christiaens, Siegfried Weichlein & Simon Unger-Alvi

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