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  • Locations: Virtual, International
  • Program Terms: Spring
  • Restrictions: Non-IILE applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2022 01/21/2022
Rolling Admission 02/05/2022 06/04/2022

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Admission is competitive and space is limited. Students are encouraged to apply in advance of our application deadlines.

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Program Description:
The proposed course is built around several interconnected OSUN research and teaching themes including conflict resolution, ethnic relations, migration, nationalism and transnationalism, human rights, and urban development as well as the more general intersections of religion and politics. The proposed course responds to a world framed by conflict related refugees and asylum seekers, rising populism and exclusionary political rhetoric and policies. It builds on the study of, and participation in, progressive and critical movements formed by cosmopolitan values and practices based upon principles of universal hospitality and mutual recognition. The key terms of the proposed course include identity, migration, refugees, asylum, exclusion/inclusion, shared space, the city as refuge, memorialisation, notions of home and homecoming. The 11 proposed sessions of the course are: (i) Violence, migration, identity (ii) Critical responses to local/global fragmentation (iii) Hospitality (iv) Hostility (v) Critical Geography and theories of space and place (vi) Contested landscapes (vii) The city as refuge: urban ritual, sharing, belonging (viii) Populism and exclusionary/inclusionary politics (ix) Coming home: the self in the world and the world in the self (x) Conclusions and explorations: Towards and Open Society.

Course Days and Times
Wednesday, 17:00-19:50 (Abu Dis Time). 10:00-12:50 (New York Time). 16:00-18:50 (Vienna Time). 

Jens Haendeler and Tom Selwyn

Course Level
300: available to undergraduate and master's students.

4 US / 8 ECTS

OSUN Partner Offering Course
Al Quds Bard (AQB) and SOAS

This program is currently not accepting applications.