MA Global connections: migrations, networks, institutions

Leiden University offers an MA or Mphil in Migration History with the specialisation: Global connections: migrations, networks, institutions. More information about the MA can be found on the site.

Courses on migration history include:
Thinking about the underclass, migration, urbanization and the welfare state (MA)
History of European Migration and Ethnicity (MA)
Migration after the Second World War (MA)
Urban policy and urban marginality(MA)
Het land van aankomst (BA)
Geschiedenis van het antisemitisme (BA)
De krachtige stad. Een eeuw omgang en ontwijking (BA)
Voorbij de dreiging. Oude en nieuwe immigranten vergeleken (BA)
European Expansion and Globalisation: From Mediterraneans to Empires
European expansion and colonial warfare: the wars of the Dutch colonial army 1816-1941
Colonial transitions in Asia 1780 - 1830: the formation of the Netherlands East Indies in perspective
Resistance and Pacification in the Post-Emancipation Dutch Caribbean
In Search of the Riches of the Orient
Rome the Cosmopolis

Other courses at Leiden University on Migration and Ethnicity:
European Migration Law
MA European Union Studies
Internationale migratie en transnationalisme
Culture and Diversity at Work
Interculturele Literatuurbenaderingen
Globalisering en Postkoloniale Literatuurtheorie
Interculturality 1: Key Concepts in Intercultural Literary Studies
Interculturality-2: The Global Imagination: Art, Luiterature and Interculturality

For information please contact Dr. Marlou Schrover


Dr. Marlou Schrover