The NOSTER Grand Course is a biannual intensive two-day course in which junior researchers gain in-depth knowledge on a specific theme that is relevant for both; theologians and religious studies scholars. This years theme will be ‘Masking the Race-Religion Constellation’. In two days you will be introduced to the major theoretical, historical and contemporary perspectives on the inextricable connection of religion and race. More information on the programme and content of the course is to be announced.
Teaching staff: a.o. dr. Anya Topolski (RU) and Matthea Westerduin MA (VU)
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Participation: Registration is required via the NOSTER website. When logged in to your personal account on the NOSTER website a register button will appear on the right. A certificate of attendance can be given to the students after finishing the course. In case you are an external PhD candidate your promotor has to send NOSTER an email (firstname.lastname@example.org), giving his or her consent with your participation.
Costs: Participation is free for NOSTER members. For those who are no member of NOSTER the fee for the Grand Course is €250,-. For more information about membership and costs per EC, see this page.
Credits: 5 EC
Course-specific admission requirements: The course is open to PhD candidates and research master students in empirically oriented fields in theology and religious studies. If you are not a member of NOSTER but are interested in participating in the Grand Course, please contact email@example.com.