The Kashmir crisis is often framed in terms of politics and territory, overshadowing the actual lives affected by the conflict. My summer research aimed to change that by putting human experiences front and center. I conducted two key interviews, but the path to securing them was far from easy.
Abortion Restrictions & Ambiguous Policy Language: Examining Instances of Care Obstruction in a Post-Roe Legislative Climate by Jasmine Gates
As Summer 1 comes to a close, I wanted to share some of my reflections on doing work in within a field that has been problematized/polarized:
With Summer 1 coming to a close, I wanted to post the abstract of my research study here:
This is the abstract for my research, in which, I delve into the Kashmir Crisis with a focus on unveiling its often disregarded human dimensions. Steering away from conventional state-centric analyses, I aim to shed light on the intricate socio-political fabric of the region.
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