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Recap: SASA with Jessica N. Casimir

Published: Nov 13th, 2017

Jessica N. Casimir is a McKnight Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law where she is pursuing her PhD in Medical Sociology. Her research examines the social… Read More

Recap: SASA with Felicity Tackey-Otoo

Recap: SASA with Felicity Tackey-Otoo

Published: Oct 23rd, 2017

Felicity Tackey-Otoo presented her research at the latest SASA meeting on Wednesday October 18. Her lecture was titled, “The Viability of Low Cost Housing in Ghana: The Redevelopment of Tema.” Her… Read More

Recap: SASA with Werede Hagos

Published: Sep 25th, 2017

Werede Hagos, University of Florida “Colonial Architectures and Archaeological Sites: Assessing the Selection of Tangible Heritage Sites in Eritrea” On July 8, 2017, Asmara, the capital city of Eritrea, is… Read More

Recap: SASA with Steven Robins

Recap: SASA with Steven Robins

Published: Mar 13th, 2017

On Wednesday March 1st, Steven Robins gave a SASA lunch talk titled, “Shit Politics in the Post-Apartheid Postcolony: Sanitation Activism and Insurgent Citizenship in Cape Town.” Dr. Robins is Professor… Read More

Recap: SASA with Elise Morton

Recap: SASA with Elise Morton

Published: Dec 12th, 2016

On Wednesday December 7th, Dr. Elise Morton gave a SASA lunch talk titled, “Avian Diversity and Conservation in Nyungwe National Park.” Morton is a doctoral student in Wildlife Ecology & Conservation at… Read More

Recap: SASA with Justin Hoyle

Published: Oct 3rd, 2016

On Wednesday, September 28th, Justin Hoyle gave a SASA lunch talk titled “An Army of the People? The Politics of the Egyptian Military, 2011-2014”. Justin Hoyle is a PhD Candidate in Political Science… Read More

Recap: SASA with Renata Serra, Charlotte Talham, and Emily Rowland

Published: Sep 12th, 2016

On Wednesday September 7th, Renata Serra, Charlotte Talham, and Emily Rowland gave a SASA lunch presentation entitled, “The Political Economy of Food Production in Senegal: Findings from the 2016 Africa Multidisciplinary Food… Read More