We live in a world surrounded by individuals and communities with diverse ways of being. To understand the nature of these varieties of lived experiences around us, it is crucial to critically examine the ways in which they are rooted in systems of power. Join us in this Masterclass from the University for Peace.
Speaker: Uzma Rashid, currently serves as Coordinator of the M.A. in Gender and Peacebuilding at the University for Peace (UPEACE) and Assistant Professor in its Department of Peace and Conflict Studies. Prior to joining UPEACE, she worked as Chair at the Department of Sociology, and Associate Dean for Research of the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan. Dr. Rashid has done her PhD as a Fulbright scholar from the interdisciplinary Language, Literacy, and Culture program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA, and has extensive teaching and research experience in a variety of contexts. Her current research interests lie at the intersections of gender, religion, race, ethnicity, and class, in particular focusing on intersectionality and inclusivity in peacebuilding efforts.
Hosted by: Faculty of Law and International Relations