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Latest publications:
Equitable Education for Bangladeshi Indigenous Children: Perceptions of School Leaders and Managers

This article is an analysis of focus group discussions with members of a school management committee at Chittagong Hill Tracts about equity and diversity for indigenous children.

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Published online: July 1, 2016

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Stories of (Be)longing to the Center: Race Class and Ethnicity in FSU Jewish Immigrant Experiences

This paper focuses on the intersection of macro factors of immigration such as barriers to the labor market and cultural differences, employment, and social experiences of Jewish immigrants in Toronto.

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Published online: April 7, 2016

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Building a Socially Inclusive State: Federalism in Nepal

Building an inclusive state after conflict is difficult. Inclusion and nationalism will more likely follow when external actors begin their engagement in peace processes by discussing the value of diversity.

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Published online: February 18, 2016

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How “Universal” Are Human Rights? Listening to the Counter-stories of Subaltern Refugee Women Resettling in Sydney, Australia

The paper focuses on Sierra Leonean refugee women resettling in Sydney, Australia by exploring how subaltern refugee pre-citizens experience tensions with human rights access before, during, and after forced migration.

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Published online: December 8, 2015

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Engagement with Place: Cairo as Classroom

Based on field research in Cairo following the geopolitical changes of 2011, this paper elucidates researchers’ engagement with a city in flux.

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Published online: October 12, 2015

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The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations: Annual Review , Volume 15, 2015

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Immigrant Women, Academic Work, and Agency: Negotiating Identities and Subjectivities with/in the Ivory Tower

We utilize a critical discourse analysis to interrogate the experiences of female immigrant faculty members in the United States, regarding how they negotiate their subjectivity within a neoliberal context.

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Published online: June 30, 2015

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A Tourist in Heteroland: Law, Legal Institutions, and Heteronormativity

Legal establishments as norm creators either marginalize LGBT persons through heteronormativity, or include them to transform societal norms. LGBTs interactions with law illustrate exclusion, loss of agency, backlash, and transformation.

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Published online: June 30, 2015

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Using the Community Readiness Model to Develop Educational and Vocational Programs for Women in Kabul, Afghanistan: A Model for Other Post-conflict Zones

This project developed educational and vocational programs for women in Kabul, Afghanistan using the Community Readiness Model, resulting in a model for other post-conflict zones.

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Published online: June 30, 2015

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A Meta-analysis of the Relationship Between Psychological Disengagement and Self-esteem: The Role of Domain and Group Status

A meta-analysis was conducted to further understand the association between psychological disengagement (more precisely the mechanisms of discounting and devaluing) and self-esteem, using domain and group status as moderators.

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Published online: June 30, 2015

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