Leeuwarden, Netherlands

Heritage, Identity and Inclusivity

when 26 June 2023 - 30 June 2023
duration 1 week
credits 5 EC
fee EUR 150

This summer course is the third edition of the Leeuwarden Summer School on Cultural and Linguistic Diversity. This annual summer school explores how cultural and linguistic diversity is at the base of social, economic and educational inequalities.

Course leader

Prof. Dr. Joana Duarte

Target group

The summer school is designed for those interested in diversity management and social justice. It is a Graduate School, and participants can expect high quality academic debates, rooted in empirical research. The school is thus designed for:

MA students and PhD students
Early-career researchers
Teachers, policy makers, managers and other professionals with an interest in the topic.

Course aim

At the end of the summer school, the participant is able to:

1. Assess current debates about the intertwinement of heritage, identity and inclusivity.
2. Analyse how heritage mediation is both an expression of, and facilitates, identity formation
3. Appraise a wide array of theories on heritage mediation, and how this relates to issues of inclusivity
4. Argue for the relevance and feasibility of research projects on the intertwinement of heritage, identity and inclusivity in a way that testifies of informed critical thinking

Credits info

5 EC
Preparatory reading: 42 hours
Contact hours: 42 hours
Assignment (optional): 56 hours

Total of 140 hours (28 hours corresponds to 1 ECTS)

Fee info

EUR 150: For students from University of Groningen and the Reinwardt Academy
EUR 400: For others

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