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Pre-recorded videos with live Q&As

Contesting the Study Abroad Context - Live Q&A Session 2

Join us for a live Q&A with Dr. Jamie Thomas of Santa Monica College ("Translanguaging in Twi, Swahili, and English: Multilingual Ghanaian Identities in Tanzania") and Madga Madany-Saa, PhD Candidate at Pennsylvania State University ("Contesting the Study Abroad Context").

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Contesting the Study Abroad Context - Live Q&A Session 2
Contesting the Study Abroad Context - Live Q&A Session 2

Time and Location

May 17, 2022, 6:00 p.m. ADT

Pre-recorded videos with live Q&As

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About the Event

What is the study abroad context? In which ways is study abroad a site for contestation and problematization? How can we reimagine the study abroad context as a field of research and praxis? How do understandings of the study abroad context interrelate with matters of geopolitics, ethnonationalism, post-/neo-/de-colonialism, classroom and educational cultures, the cultural capital of residency, class, intersectionality, academic terminology, and so forth.

Our second Q&A session is with Dr. Jamie Thomas of Santa Monica College and Madga Madany, PhD Candidate at Pennsylvania State University at 6pm Atlantic (ADT). Check out your local time here

Please watch the pre-recorded videos by Dr. Thomas ("Translanguaging in Twi, Swahili, and English: Multilingual Ghanaian Identities in Tanzania") and Magda Madany-Saa ("Contesting the Study Abroad Context" with Dr. Elizabeth Smolcic and Dr. Daniela Martin) in advance of the event. 

View Dr. Thomas' professional website here.

View Dr. Smolcic's professional website here.

View Dr. Martin's professional website here.

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