Inclusion, Diversity, Belonging and Equity
Thank you for your interest in NYU Paris’s diversity efforts. NYU Paris is committed IDBE. To learn more about our unique and site-specific opportunities and resources such as our IDBE Liaisons, Equity Club, Religious and Spiritual resources, please continue reading.
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Global Equity Fellow
Kennedi is currently a junior at Tisch majoring in Performance Studies with a double minor in both Music and Business, Entertainment, Media and Technology. As a Tisch student, She is excited to explore the arts scene within Paris as well as immerse herself in the history and culture of the city.
Through her studies at NYU, she has developed an insatiable curiosity to learn about how bodies of color have existed in historical spaces and how they are existing now specifically through the lenses of art and various methods of expression. Recently, she discovered the rich history of diversity Paris has and is excited to explore the spaces where this insurgence of culture flourished.
In order to help imbue her thirst for historical knowledge, she is looking forward to participating as the Paris Global Equity Fellow as a way to mindfully explore the city. She hopes to further educate herself and her peers on creating and maintaining inclusivity at NYU as well as continuing to find ways to foster meaningful conversations on diversity as she continues her journey in life.
Get Involved with IDBE Programming
NYU Paris Equity Club
NYU Paris’s Equity club is a formal action-oriented body based comprised of members of the NYU Paris community. The primary purpose of this club is to advance diversity and inclusion efforts at the Site.
NYU Paris Meditation Space
NYU Paris’s prayer and meditation space in room 510 on the 5th floor is open to all students, staff, and lecturers with varying spiritual and/or personal practices.
Diversity-Related Course Offerings
For a full list of courses offered at NYU Paris please see the courses website.
- Paris Anthropological Perspectives on Multicultural France
- Studies in Prose Genres: Postcolonial Readings of Classic Texts
- Topics: France & Islam
- Topics: Problems in Contemporary French Society
- Topics: Gender & Sexuality in France
- Topics: France, US, & Arab World: Past & Present
- 20th Century France: Politics & Religion
- Contemporary France
- Approaches to Francophone Literature
- French/African Relations
- Civilization, the Extreme West, and the Argentine Artist Leon Ferrari