NL EN

Teana Boston-Mammah

Teana Boston-Mammah is a sociologist, who has lived and worked as a sociology lecturer in London before moving to the Netherlands in 1994, to study Women’s Studies at Utrecht University. She worked in Rotterdam for diverse non-governmental foundations: focused on gender empowerment, civil participation, and inclusion. Teana completed her MSc in Urban Studies and Policy at Erasmus University in 2012, focusing on gender and social contact. She has been working as a researcher/teacher at the Willem de Kooning Academy for the past five years. Her areas of interest are gender, black studies and inclusive pedagogy. Teana is now a PhD student investigating diversity & inclusion in higher art and design education in the Netherlands.

As part of the Kunstinstituut Melly new house style, we are redesigning our website. Some features might not be accessible yet, but we are working on them. Thank you for your patience.