Holly A. Dobbins - email@example.com
In the study of social movements and
conflict resolution, I emphasize the role of shared worldviews, life
experiences, and the roles of women. My dissertation in progress, Nunavut: A
Creation Story. The Inuit Movement and Canada's Newest Territory, addresses how
indigenous values and leadership methodologies contributed to movement
continuity and the negotiation process in the struggle for the creation of a
territorial home for the Inuit people.
Sam Jackson - firstname.lastname@example.org
My research focuses on political and religious extremism in the United States. I am particularly interested in the ways that such movements use their understandings of history to support their goals and the sometimes violent actions undertaken to pursue them.
Shin Yon Kim - email@example.com
My research interests are in the economic, political and diplomatic issues that influence the state of affairs on the Korean peninsula generally and North-South relations particularly. I am especially interested in factors that affect the prospects for reunification.
Yooumi Lee - firstname.lastname@example.org
My research interests broadly lie in the areas of Aging and
Social Policy, and Social Gerontology . I am particularly
interested in multigenerational families, their living arrangements,
intergenerational relationships and social support systems(grand parenting and
caregiving), and in the health and well-being of older people
Natasha S.K. - email@example.com
My areas of interest include rural livelihoods,
agriculture and food. I am especially interested in how changes in agricultural
technologies impact the lives of women in rural households in India.
Gary Shaheen - firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary E. Shaheen, MPA, ABD is a nationally
recognized expert in the field of evidence based employment practices including
supported and customized employment, social entrepreneurship and mental health
rehabilitation, homelessness and systems change and military veterans. His research topic is how military service influences the transition to adulthood of young adult female veterans with service connected disabilities.
Taveeshi Singh - email@example.com
Taveeshi Singh is a doctoral
student in the Social Science PhD Program at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and
Public Affairs, Syracuse University. Her research centers on socio-cultural practices
in the military, with a focus on South Asia. A secondary area of inquiry
addresses the production of visual imagery by development organizations.
She is also a student in the MA Documentary Film & History program.
Wendy Wicker - firstname.lastname@example.org
My principal areas of interest are post-conflict reconstruction and crisis management. I am especially interested in transitional justice/reconciliation mechanisms and their impacts on marginalized populations, with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa.
Joonsik Yoon - email@example.com
My principal research interests are in policy issues surrounding human migration. These include the factors providing incentive for migration, as well as the economic and social impacts of migration on both source and destination societies.