Save the Date: Global Studies Grad Day Presentations on June 7, 2019

Save the Date for our Global Studies Graduate Day on Friday June 7th! Talks will include the following Global Studies 2nd year Masters student presentations:
  • Nazil Azergun, Intentional economic communities as spaces of alternative relationality and subjectivity
  • Ana de Oliveira Moreno, Political gender-based violence in Latin America, with focus on Brazil
  • Bert Duffield, Urban Development and Governance in Sisi's Cairo
  • Taylor Horton, The failure to meet legal obligations in U.S. and EU responses to Syrian refugees
  • Joao Rabello Sodre, Contradictions and Implications of Rio's Privatized Olympic Port
  • Abire Sabbagh, Exploring networks of solidarity between Palestinian & Black Communities
  • Heather Snay, Medical discourse as dehumanization
  • Hsuan-An Su, Multiple coloniality and the making of modern Taiwan
A reception will be held following the presentations, start time and location to be announced, along with the detailed presentation schedule.