Contrary to prevailing ivory tower stereotypes, many academics work in less of a bubble than it might appear. How do we engage students with different viewpoints and help them engage home communities and places faraway from academia?
Watch Cristina Mora’s lecture, “Immigration Facts, Fictions, and Feelings in the Trump Era,” part of the teach-in seminar series: “What Next? Sociologists Speak on the Future of the World.”
For 17 years, displaced Hindu families from Pakistan have found refuge in Rajasthan, India. Divya Sharma’s photo essay discusses the implications of citizenship and statelessness, and the ways in which the marginalized manage to maintain hope.