11 August 2022
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Advanced Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society
During this four-week advanced programme, participants will build on their existing knowledge of sexuality as it is contextualized by issues of ethnicity, nationality, class, and religion. Further, participants will deepen their familiarity with how sexuality is conceptualized and practiced across a variety of research, programmatic, and advocacy venues.
This summer, applicants will have the opportunity to apply for the Advanced Summer Institute in its entirety, or apply for one of the two constituent blocks.
Academic dates Block A: Sunday 10 July - Thursday 21 July 2022
Academic dates Block B: Sunday 24 July - Thursday 11 August 2022
Please see the course website for more information.
Dr. Robert J. Davidson
The Summer Institute is open to students with a focused interest in sexuality research. PhD and MA students preferred, BA degree required. Selection of applicants is based on academic achievement, relevant work experience and commitment to the field of sexuality as demonstrated in the application form.
Students with no previous experience in the field should consider taking our introductory course on Sexuality Studies prior to applying to the Summer Institute.
Each year, the Summer Institute is comprised of a multidisciplinary international faculty and student body from a range of social and cultural backgrounds, offering a rewarding and challenging learning experience. Besides learning from our expert faculty and guest lecturers, participants benefit from an exceptional networking opportunity through the sharing of experiences, works in progress, research plans and diverse perspectives.
Participants who wish to earn credits (EC) receive an official transcript stating the course taken, credits earned and grade obtained. An official transcript will only be issued if the student successfully completes all necessary programme components.
If the student decides to participate in only one block instead of the full programme, 5 European Credits (EC) are awarded.
EUR 1200: The tuition fee is €1200 for a single block. For participants who take both modules, the total tuition fee is €2250. The tuition fee includes all course materials, excursions and site visits, lunch on class days and a public transportation card.
EUR 500: Approximate housing fee per block. Arranging housing through our office is optional.
There are several scholarship opportunities. Please check the course website for more information and scholarship deadlines.Register for this course
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