Senior Researcher at Utrecht University, Education. I hold a PhD in Educational Sciences from KU Leuven, Belgium, in which I investigated ethnic minority students' experiences of discrimination and belonging in higher education. My current research investigates belonging, racism, and representation inclusion in education.

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  • Utrecht University

    University, Utrecht, Netherlands
    Researcher

Research

‘Oh, this is really great work—especially for a Turk’: a critical race theory analysis of Turkish Belgian students’ discrimination experiences

Authors F. Zehra Colak, Lore Van Praag, Ides Nicaies
Year 2020
Journal Name Race Ethnicity and Education
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1 Journal Article

Characteristics, issues, and future directions in Chinese multicultural education: a review of selected research 2000–2018

Authors Qian Liu, Fatma Zehra Çolak, Orhan Agirdag
Year 2020
Journal Name Asia Pacific Education Review
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2 Journal Article

A qualitative study of how exclusion processes shape friendship development among Turkish-Belgian university students

Authors F. Zehra Colak, Lore Van Praag, Ides Nicaise
Year 2019
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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4 Journal Article

An Investigation of Belgian-Descent University Students’ Perceived Barriers to Establishing Contact with Muslim Students

Authors F Zehra Colak, Lore Van Praag, Ides Nicaise
Year 2019
Journal Name New Diversities
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5 Journal Article

Aspirations Disclosed: The case of Turkish-Belgian Parents in Brussels.

Authors F Zehra Colak
Year 2016
Book Title Youth in Education: The Necessity of Valuing Ethnocultural Diversity
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6 Book Chapter

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