Jitske Kramer has worked on various shows and productions. She can come on as a conversation partner, or as a host. She is disarming, but always razor-sharp in getting to what unravels, enriches, sobers and strengthens us. Contact us to discuss the options for your project.
In the documentary reality series Patterns of Life, four internationally prominent anthropologists travel to the most remote corners of the planet. Their mission is to decipher one of the world’s oldest languages: traditional tattoos.
Jitske Kramer travels to India for an immersive period as an anthropologist and show host. And shares the lessons and the gripping story of Ramnami culture.
Patterns of Life will premiere internationally in 2024.
No matter how different we are, we can still coexist. With her research, anthropologist Margaret Mead radically changed the self-image of Western people all over the world. Including that of anthropologist Jitske Kramer. She makes a passionate plea for connection.
Along with sex journalist Marith Iedema and anthropologist Jitske Kramer, team captains Hanneke and Damiaan go up against one another.
And they lived happily ever after. Romantic love is beautiful. And yet, the grass is always greener on the other side. Why does the number of divorces continue to rise? Are there that many unhappy marriages? In short: do you need someone else to be happy?
Today’s corona culture shock offers room for change, for transformation. It can make us change our ingrained beliefs. We are now almost ten months on the road, are we really in the middle of a transformation? Anthropologist Jitske Kramer is with us again, this time to take stock.
In 2019, Jitske spent 10 days in Togo. To learn about voodoo. She wrote about this unique experience in her book, Voodoo – op reis naar jezelf via eeuwenoude rituelen Photographer Rein van der Zee took the beautiful pictures featured in the book. A report was not part of the plan, but the images Rein shot turned into this photo series.
Who is there to protect me? That question is the focus of the fifth episode of De Publieke Tribune. On social media, in cafés, bars and restaurants, in public transportation, education and even hospitals, people curse at and threaten each other. Where do these threats and irritable tempers come from? And when should which party intervene to enforce the rules?