GLOBAL SCHOLARS DIALOGUE WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF ROJAVA
The topic of the dialogue is on the achievements of the autonomous region of northeast syria (rojava) in building a democratic society based on gender equality and communal coexistence and against turkey’s attacks in the region
Speakers from the University of Rojava include:
Dr. Mostafa Alamholo, Director of International Relations at the University of Rojava
Dr. Sardar Saadi, co-director, graduate Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Rojava
University of Rojava Faculty will be in conversation with:
Dr. Walden Bello, Filipino academic served as a member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, International Professor of sociology, Binghamton University, NY.
Dr. Arturo Escobar, Colombian-American anthropologist and Professor of Anthropology, University of N. C. at Chapel Hill.
Dr. David Harvey, Professor of anthropology and geography at the City University of New York. America
Dr. Lebohang Liepollo Pheko, political economist at the activist feminist think tank, Trade Collective.
Dr. Theresa O’Keefe, Lecturer, University College Cork, Ireland.
Dr. Marina Sitrin, Professor of Sociology, Binghamton University, US
Dr. Mary Taylor, Center for Place, Culture and Politics.
SPONSORED By: Center for Place Culture and Politics, City University of New York Graduate Center, Sociology Department of Binghamton University and The University of Rojava.
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