Diversity and inclusion in your studies
We provide more than 125 courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level that offer the chance to study diversity from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
These courses touch upon various themes ever-more important in today’s pluri-cultural, multi-ethnic and globalising world. One could think of racism, feminism, intersectionality, LGBTQIA+, migration, decolonising academia and media, (anti-)slavery and various forms of diversity. As we aim to understand the complexity of social relations to move towards a just society as students and researchers, many courses address intersecting forms of oppression and can be categorised under multiple themes.
Course overview 2022-2023
Download the full overview of D&I related courses for the academic year 2022-2023 for the bachelor's, pre-master's, (research) master's, and minors.Download the D&I course overview 2022-2023
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Voorbeelden van D&I-gerelateerde vakken
- Colonial History
- Critical Area Studies: Placing Your Research
- Interculturality 2: The Global Imagination
- Slavery and Memory in the Black Atlantic
- The Desire for the Other: Intersections
- The Indian Ocean World: Sailors, Scholars, Slaves
- China’s New Workers and Politics of Culture
- Displacement, Migration and Diaspora: Anthropological Perspectives on South Asia
- Migration Matters: (Im)migration, Memory, and Identity in American Literature and Film
- Moroccans in the Netherlands: from guest worker to transnational citizen
- Multicultural City Lecture Series
- Critical Theory and Cultural Analysis
- Democratic self-defence and democratic backsliding
- Diversity Linguistics: Africa, Asia and the Americas
- Interculturality 1: Key Concepts
- Interculturality: Visions on Identity and Difference