Global Studies Graduate Group - Presentations
Please join us for two amazing presentations by colleagues of our group! Each presenter will speak on their work for approximately 15 minutes, leaving time for Q & A. The following are short abstracts of what they will speak about:
This paper studies the refugee resettlement process in the Midwest through the analysis of the humanitarian practices by nongovernmental organizations and community organizations. Looking at the experiences of the Burmese, Congolese, and Iraqi refugees in Indianapolis, the paper explores how these practices govern refugee lives.
This paper investigates family relations among same-sex couples in China. Specifically, the author argues that the emergence of same-sex couplehood and parenthood as alternative households is made possible large-scale family change and changing definitions of intergenerational reciprocity.
- Friday March 02, 2018 01:45 PM
- Friday March 02, 2018 02:45 PM
- GISB 4067
- JesAlana Thomas
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- Center for the Study of Global Change