Inaugural Global South Graduate Student Conference
May 5, 2022, 8:30 AM to May 6, 2022, 5:00 PM EDT
Theme: Global South Possibilities: Exploring Linkages, Building Solidarity.
The Global South Research Hub, housed within the Center for Social Science Research (CSSR) at George Mason University, is organizing its inaugural Global South Graduate Student Conference on May 5-6, 2022 scheduled to be held virtually over Zoom.
Aparna Shastri, George Mason University. "Televisual Homogeneity: A Case Study of Netflix’s Sacred Games and The Gift"
Navdeep Kaur, New York University. "Chai and the Immigrant: Memory, Nostalgia and Authenticity"
Gauri Saxena, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. "Understanding the Implications of ‘Model Minority’ Stereotyping for Intergroup Relationships amongst British South Asians"
Juanita Vivas Bastidas, Loyola University, Chicago. "Identity Under Construction: Migration, Gender, and Ethno-Racial Self-Identification"
Madison Collins, Teachers College, Columbia University. "Critical Human Rights Education and Decolonial Practices for Teacher Professional Development in the Global South: A Literature Review and Application"
Eliana Fonsah, University of California, Merced. "The Role of Colonial Legacies and Fundamental Human Rights in Shaping Worker Rights’ Struggles: The case of the Cameroon Anglophone Lawyers and Teacher’s Union"
Hugo Goeury, CUNY. "Punishment in Latin America: "It's (still) the economy, stupid"
Chibuzor Azubuike, Kansas State University. "Aid as Instigation for Conflict among the Bakassi Refugees and their Hosts in Ikang, Cross River State, Nigeria"