Organizational Committee

Our organizational committee consists of an interdisciplinary cohort of doctoral candidates specializing in different areas of migration studies. For more information on our individual research, click on our names and check out the websites. Many of our members can also be reached via twitter.

Adrienne
Doctoral Candidate
Department of History
Research Interests: French Protectorate of Morocco, Colonial Education, Amazigh/Berber History and Culture, French Empire

Brian

Doctoral candidate
Department of History
Research interests: Turkish migration, education, migrations of Islam, migration and integration policies
Twitter: @bvanwyck

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Doctoral Candidate
Department of History
Research Interests: Modern Vietnam, Chinese Migration, Comparative Colonialism, Maritime Commerce
Twitter: @huyanhsyle

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Doctoral Candidate
Department of History
Research Interest: Russia, Soviet Union, Socialism, Labor Migration, Temporary Migration, Late Socialism
Twitter: @elliottemilyj
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Doctoral Candidate
Department of History
Research Interest: South Africa, Internal Migration, Religion, Consumer Culture
Twitter: @katcarline
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Liao Zhang
Doctoral Candidate
Department of History
Research Interest: Imperial Russia, Sino-Soviet Borderland, Waterway History, Modern Europe
Twitter: @alexeyzhang

 

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Ramya Swayamprakash 
Doctoral Candidate
Department of History
Research Interest: North America, Nonhumans, (Im)Migration, Borderlands History, Infrastructure, Urban History, Environmental History
Twitter: @ramyasway

 

 

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Linda Gordon, MS, MA, MPH
Instructor
Division of Public Health
College of Human Medicine
Research Interests: Medical Anthropology, Health Inequities, Race and Citizenship, Migrant Health, Research Design & Methods, the Global Health

 

Doctoral Candidate
Department of History
Research Interests: Indian Ocean, East Africa, Migration, Transnationalism, Twentieth century
Twitter: @jodiekmrshll