Elizabeth Armstrong, Associate Professor, University of Michigan
Elizabeth Armstrong is a sociologist with research interests in the areas of sexuality, gender, culture, organizations, social movements, and higher education. She joined the Department of Sociology and the Organizational Studies Program at the University of Michigan in 2009. She was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University and a recipient of a National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship. She earned her MA and PhD degrees in Sociology at the University of California-Berkeley.
G. Arunima, Associate Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University
G. Arunima is an associate professor at the Centre for Women's Studies in the School of Social Sciences at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, India. She was a 2013 Fellow for the Internationales Kolleg Morphomata at the University of Cologne, Germany. She received her PhD at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, England. Her academic interests include family and kinship;aesthetics, modernity;visual culture;religion and faith practices.
Dana Burde, Assistant Professor, New York University
Dana Burde is an assistant professor of international education at New York University's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Her research focuses on the effects of conflict on education and how international aid attempts to mitigate these effects;the relationship between education, political violence, and peacebuilding;and youth and transnational activism. Her book, Schools for Conflict or for Peace in Afghanistan, will be published in October 2014. She received her PhD in Comparative Education and Political Science from Columbia University and EdM from Harvard University.
Ruti Levtov, Program Officer, Promundo-US
Ruti Levtov is a Program Officer at Promundo-US and the co-coordinator of the Global MenCare Campaign, researching and advocating for non-violent and equitable masculinities and gender relations internationally. She received her PhD in Public Health from the University of Michigan, where her research focused primarily on gender and schooling.
Aisha Rahman, Executive Director, KARAMAH
Aisha Rahman, Esq. is Executive Director of KARAMAH and also serves as the head of the organization’s Family Law Division. Ms. Rahman received her higher education at Emory University and The University of Tennessee College of Law, where she was a staff editor of the Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy and headed the Muslim Law Student Association. Ms. Rahman came to KARAMAH from Legal Aid of East Tennessee where she was a staff attorney litigating cases on domestic violence.
Please join us for the next Global Education Forum on Thursday, March 19, 2015. The topic will be Extremism and Education.