Suan LeeStudent, Columbia University
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Hi Alisha! The example you gave about the fine print of a bill delineating the qualifications for charity status is absolutely fascinating. I can see why it would be difficult to come up with re...
1. My research has definitely gained a lot of ground in these past few weeks. As opposed to singularly interrogating the intellectual genealogy between B.R. Ambedkar and his professor John Dewey...
Hi Bryley! Your work on memory, memorialization, and trauma sounds fascinating and reminds me of some of the questions I grappled with in a course called "The Ethnographic Imagination" this past...
1. My research is part of a larger, ongoing initiative that has many moving parts. While I plan to continue my work for at least the rest of the summer, my expectations for the Laidlaw period in...
Hi Jeffrey! Your concerns about inadvertently excluding the actual communities whose stories are scrutinized in academia from your research definitely resonates with me and is something I've bee...
1. What are some of the ethical issues that you are grappling with in your research? What are some of the ways in which you are responding to these questions?
I've been thinking a lot abou...
Hi Alisha! I definitely agree with you that the interdisciplinary nature of this program has broadened my insight in my own field of research—history, in my case. Economic, political, and ...
1. It was a privilege to hear about everyone's vastly different projects and learn about a variety of research methods from last week's workshops. They've encouraged me to think bigger and more ...