“So what?”: A Conversation with Dr. Zahra Babar

“So what?”: A Conversation with Dr. Zahra Babar

November 13, 2019

“So what” is really the essence of Dr. Babar’s experience... It was about the push that she and many women in the field of social work had to make. It was about contributing with the skills and ideas that she had while also being unapologetic about her presence in male spaces. There was no compromise.

Postcolonial Citizenship and Its Discontents

Postcolonial Citizenship and Its Discontents

November 13, 2019

‘nation’ is meant to have a homogeneous identity, but the meaning of homogeneity changes over time. The conflict in India went from one of religion (which led to the creation of a separate Muslim state, Pakistan) to one of ethnicity

Letter from the Title IX Student Committee to the Georgetown Community

April 24, 2019

Dear Georgetown community,   Recently, a number of posters have been placed in the Red Square...

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From One of Us: A Childhood Memory
The Other World: An Alternate Reality from which we Live

The Other World: An Alternate Reality from which we Live

November 13, 2019

Clouds swirled around me like a cloak of feathers, engulfing my being into a protected cocoon and elevating...

Undetected Spectacle – Not All Who Wonder Are Lost

March 6, 2019

Jessamine Perez With the pop music genre still dominating mainstream music today, it is time to give...

Anecdote: Georgetown Model United Nations 2019

Anecdote: Georgetown Model United Nations 2019

March 3, 2019

Ngoc Nguyen It's that time of the year when half of your friends are constantly gone for committee...

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