Collaborative Dissertation Progress Course
In this spring semester 2021 Philomena Essed will be the visiting professor of the PhD program Gender Studies CH. Philomena Essed is professor of Critical Race, Gender and Leadership Studies at Antioch University’s Graduate School of Leadership and Change and an affiliated researcher for Utrecht University’s Graduate Gender program. Her research and teaching transcends national, cultural and disciplinary boundaries. Well known for introducing the concepts of everyday racism and gendered racism in the Netherlands and internationally, she also pioneered in developing theory on what she has called social and cultural cloning.
The purpose of this five-week course is to create a booster moment for dissertation progress. Working on your dissertation can sometimes feel as a ‘never ending’ process. This course offers the opportunity to ‘keep up spirit and speed’. The process involves one-on-one consultation with the facilitator in combination with brief in-between check-in moments among the students themselves.
Please register until the 11th March 2020 with a brief description of your dissertation project. by mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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