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This engaging conversation features a diverse group of four qualitative researchers who spent the summer immersed in hands-on research centering community and identity. Our panelists passed their time sifting through archives, collecting oral histories through interviewing, and building qualitative databases on topics ranging from gender and health, women's issues, South Asian leftist groups, the role that African linguistics play in community-building, and more.

Through interviews, event programming, and data collection, we uncovered insights into how we can help us strengthen and better understand our communities. Our research sheds light on the intricacies of identity, social dynamics, and the ways communities come together in today's world.

In this dynamic discussion, we'll share our unique research experiences and findings, and answer questions about our challenges and triumphs. Don't miss this opportunity to explore the rich tapestry of human connections in our modern society.

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Speakers:

  • Ky Core '24, English major
  • Mariam Keita '24, Africana Studies major, Geography minor
  • Ana Branas '24, English major, Nexus in Museums, Archives, & Public History
  • Madhavi Rao '24, History major, Russian & Eurasian Studies minor, Nexus in Museum, Archives & Public History

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  • Cynthia Akanaga
  • Maryville College

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