Daan Oostveen, PhD
Dr. Daan F. Oostveen is a philosopher and a scholar of religion working at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the Faculty of Humanities of Utrecht University. He graduated from Ghent University with M.A. degrees in both Philosophy and Comparative Literature. His PhD was awarded by the Faculty of Theology and Religion of VU Amsterdam, with a doctoral dissertation on multiple religious belonging.For his doctoral research, he spent a year as a research fellow at the People’s University of China in Beijing to study contemporary Chinese religious diversity in 2018. He is a founding member of the New European Humanities in the 21st Century Network (neh21.net), which works on connecting innovative research on the humanities in Europe for the World Humanities Report. He is also editor-in-chief to Wiley's Future Humanities academic journal. His research interests include the new humanities, comparative religion, and posthumanism.