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

Tourists’ Visa-Free Arrival Incentivizes Foreigners to Look for Jobs in Qatar

March 17, 2019

Anonymous On August 9, 2017, Qatar waived the entry visa requirements for 80 countries....

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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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