The Association for the Study of EthnoGeoPolitics (EGP)

or EthnoGeoPolitics in short, aims to further the knowledge on the cultural, social, religious, ethnic and (geo-)political characteristics, processes and developments in different areas of the world.
As a non-profit organisation, we seek to achieve this by:

  • offering guest lectures for existing courses, or courses developed by ourselves, related to ethnogeopolitics or kindred issues and disciplines at universities, institutes and colleges inside and outside the Netherlands.
  • encouraging debate on ethnogeopolitical topics and research findings, as presented in our new journal Forum of EthnoGeoPolitics (see link ‘Publications’).
  • providing or participating in teaching modules and materials on ethnogepolitical concepts, research methods, topics, regions and research findings for universities, institutes and colleges in and outside the Netherlands.
  • presenting papers, organising panels and giving lectures at conferences, symposia and other meetings in academia and meetings for the wider public (see link ‘Activities’)
  • providing Open Access through our license policy

Comic book The Expert available to celebrate celebrate 7th anniversary of our association

The comic book The Expert: A strange academic world we live in! to celebrate the 7th anniversary of our association is now available in pdf for just € 10—with a freely downloadable Teaser

Caspar ten Dam

The Expert: A strange academic world we live in! (64 pages, ISBN-9078907-5568-31-8) to celebrate the 7th anniversary of our Association for the Study of EthnoGeoPolitics (EGP), concerns the first book publication by the association’s publishing house, EGxPress Publishers.

This comic book contains a selection of my Expert cartoons from 2015 and 2016—some of which already appeared in our journal Forum of EthnoGeoPolitics—and other cartoons and illustrations of mine as well. It is now available in pdf/E-book for just € 10 (VAT-free price). We seek to make available a hardback version in the near future as well, though its purchasing price will be significantly higher than  € 10 per printed copy. 

For a teaser, just click here

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