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Winter courses

Results: 1 - 14 of 14
Results: 1 - 14 of 14
  • Winter course
    Anthropocene: Ecologies, Tensions, Futures
    The Anthropocene - or Human Age - is a proposed geological and cultural epoch, marked by wide scale human intervention on our planet. Join us for an interdisciplinary investigation into the extent and implications.
  • Winter course
    Bootcamp: Ethnography and Design
    Join this intensive online bootcamp to develop new skills and methods in applied anthropology and design to help transition from study to work in this learning-by-doing course.
  • Winter course
    Digital Methods
    The Digital Methods Initiative (DMI) Amsterdam is holding its annual Winter School. Master's students, PhD candidates and motivated scholars are invited to apply to join this workshop-based programme.
  • Winter course
    Dutch for Foreigners
    In the two-week Intensive Dutch Winter Course you can either start at Absolute beginners level (0-A1) or at Beginners level (A1-A2). Learn Dutch with practical examples from our experienced staff.
  • Winter course
    Epidemic Threats and Disasters
  • Winter course
    Global Mental Health
  • Winter course
    Key Topics in Urban Studies | Study at your own pace
    Complete this online winter course at your own pace, learning from our team of experts in a series of pre-recorded lectures and tours. Tackle central issues in urban studies from an interdisciplinary perspective.
  • Winter course
    Materialities in Practice
  • Winter course
    Migration and Integration: Refugees, Rights & Realities
    Last year, almost 80 million people were displaced from their homes. What agency do refugees and other forcibly displaced people have? This course will examine the forces and dynamics at work from many perspectives.
  • Winter course
    Political Economy
    The fields of politics and economics are deeply intertwined. The study of political economy is key to understanding processes and policies at work in the world today from bilateral relations, to inequality, and growth.
  • Winter course
    Politics, Identities, and Inequalities
    Identity and politics have become increasingly entangled. This course will investigate current political developments with an identity-focus to unravel how the personal is political, and vice versa.
  • Winter course
    Sex, Reproduction and Development
  • Winter course
    Social Science Switch
    This eight-week online programme gives people the tools and perspectives necessary to approach their study, research and work in a more holistic way thanks to social science perspectives and theories.
  • Winter course
    Visions of the Occult: Introduction to (Western) Esotericism
    This online winter course offers an overview of the academic study of esotericism. We will touch on many topics, including Hermeticism, gnosticism, alchemy, and magic both historically and in the present.