The advanced programme on human sexuality examines the complexity and changing interactions over time between the self, the body, and culture within the context of human sexuality and society -- it also addresses how this complexity is conceptualized and organized culturally, politically, as theorized and practiced across disciplines and programmatic venues. This year, we will be introducing three new topics: sexology, comprehensive sexuality education, and analyses relating to cultural interpretations of relationships and intimacies.
|Academic dates:||5 July - 30 July, 2020|
|Housing dates:||4 July - 3 August, 2020|
€ 2350* read more about what’s included
€ 650-800* For more information, see Housing and practical matters.
|Credits:||10 European Credits|
|Who is this programme for?||Current Master and PhD students, as well as working professionals. Applicants should have considerable experience studying or working in the field of sexuality studies (and can demonstrate this in their supporting documents). All participants must have a Bachelors degree (minimum).|
|Academic director:||Diane di Mauro|
|Assistant academic director:||Robby Davidson|
|Early application deadline:||1 February 2020|
|Regular application deadline:||1 April 2020|
*Dates and prices are tentative and subject to change. All information for summer 2020 will be finalized by 1 December 2019. Check back regularly for updates. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
During this four-week advanced programme, participants will build on their already extensive knowledge of sexuality as it intersects with ethnicity, nationality, class, and religion, and will deepen their familiarity with how sexuality is conceptualized and practiced within research, programmatic, and advocacy venues. After an introductory module and professional identities and values clarification, this year's Summer Institute will focus on:
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. Participants engage with faculty and guest lecturers via a specialized program of course modules (twice daily), weekly get-togethers, and informal conversations during daily group lunches. Participants benefit from an exceptional networking opportunity through the sharing of experiences, works in progress, research plans and diverse perspectives.
As the host city for the Summer Institute, Amsterdam is an ideal location. The open atmosphere and small scale of the city offers a refreshing setting for engagement and discussion of sexuality, culture and society. If you would like to broaden your knowledge with other graduate and PhD students and professionals on this list of topics, we invite you to apply at the link above.
|Credits||10 ECTS, 4 weeks|
|Language of instruction||English|