RSO courses

The RSO group provides compulsory and optional courses to the Bachelors and Masters curricula of International Development Studies. These courses may also be an interesting option to students from other curricula.

The table below presents a list of all courses that are (co-)provided by the RSO group. For more information on the contents and the schedule, we refer to the Study Handbook and the scheduling site, or simply follow the course links below.

Courses provided or co-provided by RSO
Period Code Title RSO contact
1 RSO-58306 Advanced Social Theory Kees Jansen
1 ETE-22806 Principles of Urban Environmental Management Anke de Vrieze
2 RSO-10306 Sociology Bettina Bock
2 RSO-13805 Sociology of Health Marthe Derkzen
2 RSO-22306 Food Culture and Customs Oona Morrow
2 RSO-34306 Theorizing Development: Implications for Research Joost Jongerden
2 RSO-34806 Social Transformations towards Sustainable Food Systems Jessica Duncan, Dirk Roep
2 HSO-31806 Advances in Health and Society Bettina Bock
2 LUP-36306 Foodscapes, Urban Lifestyles and Transition Lucie Sovova
3 SDC-32806 Sociology in Development: towards a critical perspective Joost Jongerden
4 ENP-31806 Globalization and Sustainability of Food Production and Consumption Lucie Sovova
4 RSO-33306 Food Health and Society: an integrated socio-political perspective Jessica Duncan
4&5 ENP-53303 Major Works in Social Sciences Jessica Duncan
5 RSO-21306 Political Sociology for Development Jessica Duncan
5 RSO-21806 Origin Food: People, Place and Productsa market for identity Mark Vicol
5 RSO-30806 Sociology of Farming and Rural Life Kees Jansen
5 RSO-31806 Sociology of Food and Place Joost Jongerden
6 RSO-12806 Eating, Customs and Health Lucie Sovova
6 RSO-20806 Agricultural and Rural Development: Sociological Perspectives Dirk Roep
6 SDC-22306 Field research practical Jantine Messing
6 RSO-58806 Beyond Sustainability: Theorizing Post- & Anti-Capitalist Food Futures Mark Vicol