21 Nov Student research jobs for a public history project about diversity
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Leiden University and KITLV are looking for two students who want to participate as research trainees in our project ‘Diversifying the Collections: Inclusive Citizenship and Public Histories of Exclusion’. In this project we will investigate how and why minority groups including members of LGBTQ communities, people with disabilities and various ethnicized groups were and are represented (or precisely not) in museums.
Thanks to a grant from the Faculty of Humanities in Leiden, we can offer motivated students the opportunity to develop themselves one year in academic research during a paid traineeship (one day of work per week).
Deadline for application is November 28! For more information contact dr. Paul van Trigt ([email protected]) or visit the website.