Linda J. de Wit holds a BSc in Political Science, a BA in Philosophy, and an MA in Global Studies.
She is connected to CID as a graphic design consultant since 2020. In 2017 she completed an internship working on projects related to CID’s publications and visual identity.
Linda has worked in development, education, and graphic design, and enjoys photography and language learning. Having lived across four continents, though most of the time in the Middle East, she developed a broad interest in intercultural communication and dialogue.
She wrote her master’s thesis about the Egyptian community in Dubai – one of the most international places in the world – from the frameworks of transnationalism and social identity theory.
You can find her design work, photography, and articles she has written on her website LindaJW.com.
Work for CID:
Linda de Wit produced 13 of the 14 CID Posters, the poster for the 2018 video competition, the current CID brochure, CID letterhead, and prepared the layout and design for In Dialogue: CID Occasional Papers. She also designed the CID Report for the UNESCO Futures of Education initiative.
In addition, she wrote the guest post Andalusia’s ambivalence: Between convivencia and Islamophobia, and translated both KC1: Intercultural Dialogue and KC28: Postcolonialism into Dutch.