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Dr. Gaston’s talk will focus on his research from his 2010 book entitled, The Challenge of Bologna: What European Education Has to Teach Us and Why It’s Important That We Learn It (2010).
Dominique Kalifa is a historian and professor at the University of Paris 1, where he heads the Center for 19th-Century History. His latest book,"Vice, Crime, and Poverty: How the Western Imagination Invented the Underworld," is forthcoming in spring 2019 from Columbia University Press.
Professor Assata Zerai (Professor of Sociology and Associate Chancellor for Diversity) will be presenting "Adoption of The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) and the mention of gender in constitutional nondiscrimination clauses in select African countries: law versus practice"
The history of western India becoming West Pakistan and Indian Punjab has been privileged in official Partition stories, academic research and popular culture. The eastern borderland of a broken, fragmented Bengal has largely been overlooked in mainstream discourses. Our panel hopes to contribute towards highlighting experiences of the communities along the Eastern borders
Professor Ekmekçioğlu and Bilal’s presentations will delineate the intersections among gender, memory, time, and space, bridge academic traditions inside and outside of the United States, and foster comparative analyses across disciplines. Those interested more broadly in the Digital Humanities and conducting archival research will also benefit from their methodological ex