2013 CONFERENCE PRESENTER
Instructor, School of International Service, American University
Easten Law's research and teaching focuses on intercultural communication, inter-religious dialogue, and community development and organizing. He is currently studying how the spiritual streams of Christian, Buddhist, and Confucian traditions interact in forming China’s emerging views on charity, civil society, and human rights. Trained in ethnography, participatory action research, and asset-based community development, Easten is also active in working with local DC communities to address issues of structural injustice along racial and social-economic lines in collaboration with faith communities and local non-profits.
A Neighborhood for All: Can Shared Vision Be Formed from Diverse Organizations and Goals?
Presenter(s): Easten Law, Instructor, School of International Service, American University; and Chantel Morant, Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of International Service, American University
Delivery: Case Study
Keyword(s): Relocation/Global Mobility, Mediation, Cultural Media