13th Annual Black Europe Summer School - Interrogating Citizenship, Race, and Ethnic Relations, 20 June - 2 July 2019, Netherlands


February 01, 2021

Event Date:

June 20, 2021 - July 02, 2021


The seminar is open to advanced undergraduates, graduate students, post-doctoral candidates, junior faculty, professionals with a Masters degree, teachers and policy workers. Preference will be given to students based on the following criteria:

  • Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in relevant disciplines (social sciences and the humanities, professional schools (preferably law, bio-technology, business schools), interested in questions of Black Europe and the African diaspora;

  • Post-doctoral candidates already engaged or seeking to engage work related to Black Europe and the African diaspora;

  • Junior faculty from all over the world;

  • Professionals with MA degrees already working or interested in working in education, government institutions, NGOs, corporations

  • High school teachers and university professors;

  • Policy workers seeking deeper understanding of factors shaping citizenship and inequality;

  • NGO professionals working against xenophobia in Europe.


The tuition for this course is € 1650.

Tuition includes housing, an opening reception, lunches on all class days, seminars with BESS faculty, required readings, a public transportation pass for official program-related excursions, and travel costs and entrance to museums/exhibitions during excursions.

To apply to the Black Europe Summer School, please fill in the information below as completely and accurately as possible. Applications for BESS 2021 are due by February 1, 2021. 

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Publish Date
January 01, 2021
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