Applications for Cohort '25 open July 1, 2023!

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CLASP Fellows Program

The CLASP Fellows Program is a 2-year professional development opportunity for early to mid-career faculty from OSUN institutions who show potential for pedagogical leadership.

About the CLASP Fellows Program

The CLASP Fellows Program is a 2-year professional development fellowship for early to mid-career faculty who show potential for pedagogical leadership within their home institutions. The program admits a cohort of approximately 20 Fellows each year. Each cohort is interdisciplinary, offering the benefit of collaboration across areas of study as well as campuses. The overarching goal of the CLASP Fellows Program is to support faculty fellows as they deepen their skillset to apply and promote student-centered, writing-rich teaching methods central to Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) education.

Upon completion of the program, Fellows will have gained significant training in writing-based student-centered pedagogical strategies and will be able to translate these approaches into their classes. Fellows will also understand the impact of this pedagogy on their own students and be able to communicate with faculty peers the how and why of these teaching and learning strategies. Their classrooms and institutions will benefit by a heightened level of attention paid to how classes are crafted and facilitated as communicated through workshops offered through CLASP and informal faculty peer support on individual campuses. Finally, the Fellows Program also creates a global community of faculty who are deeply committed to student-centered pedagogical innovation.

Structure and Expectations

Each year involves six virtual modules and two in-person week-long intensives. Fellows are expected to be active participants in all activities across the two-year program. Each virtual module involves 3 hours of on-line synchronous work along with 3-6 hours of asynchronous reading and activities. In-person sessions are convened on OSUN campuses. CLASP staff help facilitate travel, covering travel, accommodation, and per diem expenses. Each fellow is assigned a faculty mentor from the prior cohort early in Year 1. While the first year curriculum focuses primarily on understanding and practicing pedagogical approaches, the second year focuses on achieving further mastery through additional modules, a teacher research capstone project, and providing mentorship for the entering cohort.


The CLASP Fellows Program is restricted to individuals who are based at Open Society University Network (OSUN) partner institutions.

The CLASP Fellows Program is aimed at early to mid-career university faculty and administrators who focus on teaching and learning, and who demonstrate a commitment to writing-based, student-centered pedagogies. The core activities enable a deep exploration of Writing to Learn and Writing Across the Curriculum practices. Previous participation in IWT CLASP workshops is preferred, but not required.


Upon completion of the 2-year CLASP Fellows Program, faculty will
  • Be eligible to apply to become an IWT CLASP Faculty Associate, a position that offers opportunities to develop and facilitate CLASP workshops for the OSUN network
  • Complete a substantial academic study (in English) of publishable quality and have the opportunity to share research with the broader OSUN community
  • Participate in annual CLASP Fellows gatherings intended to continue to foster the development of innovative pedagogical practices specific to LAS and OSUN
  • Receive a $1000 (USD) stipend in acknowledgement of the work accomplished through participation in the program

CLASP Fellows Cohort '24

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Maha AbdelMegeed
American University of Beirut
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Assistant Professor of Arabic Literature

Maha’s current research focuses on rethinking the narratives of the origins of literary modernity in Arabic as well as on the changing conceptions of Arabic language from the mid 18th century till the early decades of the 20th century.
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Giovany Alsaint
Haitian Education and Leadership Program
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English Instructor, Academic Department

Giovany is interested in project -based learning (PBL), learning commons, and student-centered learning. He was recently nominated by the U.S. Embassy in his country to participate in the Online Professional English Network-OPEN course on teaching grammar communicatively.

Bachelor's  in Language Sciences (Faculty of Applied Linguistics, State University of Haiti)
L&T 2022
Edmund Ankomah
Ashesi University
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Edmund Ankomah is a 4th year PhD candidate in Literary and Cultural Studies at Illinois State University. Edmund has served as Faculty at the Department of English, University of Ghana, and also with the Writing Team at Ashesi University. His research considers genre science fiction, particularly black science fiction that interrogates the alien body and extraplanetary figurations and the latent politics that attend it.

M.Phil. (University of Ghana)
B.A. (University of Ghana)
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Fouad Asfour
University of the Witwatersrand
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Writer, lecturer, and current Ph.D. candidate in Fine Arts at Univerisity of the Witwatersrand /  Senior Writing Fellow at the Wits Writing Programme

Fouad is a writer, editor, and education practitioner, turning theory into practice through publishing, teaching, researching, and organizing spaces of formal and non-formal discourse production. Currently, he facilitates collaborative writing projects, working towards experimental publishing formats. He researches hauntologies of silenced first languages in visual artists' studio practice, translanguaging as epistemic becoming in creative and academic writing, in the context of decolonising art history and visual art curricula.

M.A. in Linguistics (University of Vienna)
M.A. in Creative Writing (Rhodes University)
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Görkem Atsungur
American University of Central Asia
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Associate Professor and the Head of the International and Comparative Politics Department

Görkem’s research interests include: Russian and Post-Soviet Politics, including Central Asian International Relations.

Ph.D. in Political Science: Major in International Relations and Minor in Nationalism Studies (Central European University)
Magister in Political Science European Politics (Masaryk University)
M.A. in European Studies (Istanbul Bilgi University)
B.A. in International Relations (Cyprus International Relations)
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Jennifer Eccher
BHSEC Cleveland
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Faculty associate in the Arts Department

Jenny’s curriculum consists of dance theory/practice, composition, and performance. She is currently serving as the Chair of the Performing Arts Department for Bard Early College Cleveland. In addition to her teaching, she is also artistic director of the Marquez Dance Project, a project based contemporary dance company that explores human complexity through a creative lens.
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Makenson Elva
Haitian Education and Leadership Program
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English Instructor 

Born and raised in Port au Prince, Haiti, Makenson now teaches English to top Haitian high school graduates.   Makenson has been teaching English in both private and public high schools and institutes for more than a decade. His research interests include English pronunciation, phonology, writing, and educational games.

Living Languages (State University Ecole Normale Superieure)
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Aideen Foley
Birkbeck, University of London
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Senior Lecturer in Physical and Environmental Geography

Aideen's research lies at the intersection of climate science and society, with an emphasis on local experiences of extreme weather and climate change, and how diverse climate and environmental data can inform decision-making.

“Small Island Developing States in a post-pandemic world: Challenges and opportunities for climate action” in Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
“Extreme weather, climate variability, and childhood: A historical analogue from the Orkney Islands (1903-1919)” in Island Studies Journal

Ph.D. in Geography (Maynooth University)
B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics and Experimental Physics (Maynooth University)
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Lorenzo Moralez
Universidad de los Andes
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Associate Professor and Investigative Reporter in the Graduate School of Journalism and Digital Narratives

Lorenzo is the founder of Cerosetenta, an online features magazine.

"Adentro: vida en Bogotá" (2020)
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Neada Mullalli
European Humanities University
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Lecturer in the Academic Department of Social Sciences

Neada Mullalli is an Albanian lawyer, researcher and academic with nineteen years of overall experience in the legal field.  Amongst the subjects she teaches are WTO Law, International Financial Law, International Intellectual Property Law, and International Corporate Law and Governance. Neada’s research interests include International Trade Law, IP Law, International Financial Law, Corporate Law and Bankruptcy Law. Prior to focusing on her academic career, Neada worked as a legal advisor for governmental institutions, as well as private corporations. Her latest position was that of Legal Advisor for the U.S Modernization Team, attached to the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Albania.

The Albanian Monograph on Corporations and Partnerships, part of the International Encyclopedia of Laws series by Kluwer Law International (last update December 2017)
"The Influence of Supreme Court's Decisions in Shaping Commercial and Human Rights Law in Albania" (March 2014)

LLM in International Business Law (Central European University)
Second Level Integrated Degree (B.A. + M.A.) in Economics and Agricultural Policies (Agricultural University of Tirana)
B.A. in Law (University of Tirana)
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Pușa Năstase
Central European University
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Senior Program Manager for the Yehuda Elkana Center for Teaching, Learning, and Higher Education Research OSUN/DTP

Pușa conducts research on higher education topics and teaches degree and non-degree courses on higher education policy and management. Currently, she also leads the Global Professional Development Program, which is designed for university managers and administrators in the Open Society University Network and is part of the faculty teaching GlobalEd, an OSUN certificate program in education.

Ph.D. (University of Bristol)
M.A. in Human Rights (Central European University)
Undergraduate Degree in Law (University of Bucharest)
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S M Mahfuzur Rahman
BRAC University
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Lecturer in the School of General Education

S M teaches Cultural and Media Studies, History of World Civilizations, and Philosophy. Currently a lecturer at the School of General Education, BRAC University, he has previously taught at the Department of English and Humanities, University Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) and the Department of English and Modern Languages, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB).

M.A. in Literatures in English (BRAC University)
B.A. in English (Independent University)
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Mia Sasaki
Parami University
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Faculty of English Composition

Mia's research interests include immigration and education and student-designed learning. (At the same time, she enjoys tinkering in philosophy and literature.)

"Teaching in Emergencies: Building Resilient Practices as Language-Learning Teachers" in English Teaching Forum, 2022.
"Deep change in low-resource classrooms: Data-driven teacher professional development for educators from Burma using a choice-based approach" in International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 2021.
"This Is Our Dream: A Crowdsourced Poem To Inspire Hope" in NPR, 2021.
"Gambling for Life" in Fifth Wednesday Journal, 2018.

M.S. in International Education Development (University of Pennsylvania)
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Jarkyn Shadymanova

American University of Central Asia

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Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology

Jarkyn’s research interests include gender studies, qualitative and quantitative research methods, and sustainable consumption practices. Jarkyn was a research fellow at The Global Dialogues & Women’s Empowerment in Eurasian Contexts Feminist Mentoring (WEF) Fellowship Programme, IGS, LMH, Oxford University, January-July 2018. She was also a postdoctoral researcher at the Sociology Consumption and Household Group, Wageningen University and Department of Anthropology, University of Amsterdam. Jarkyn is an author and co-author of numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters on social issues.

Ph.D. in Sociology
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Andrea Solano
Universidad de los Andes
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Leader of Pedagogical Innovation at DIDACTA (Academic, Curricular, Technological and Pedagogical Innovation Direction)

DIDACTA supports faculty professional development with a specific emphasis on innovative pedagogical practices for the teaching of disciplinary content.

“Promoting Faculty Excellency: Vision, Management and Pathways of the Center of Teaching and Learning, Universidad de los Andes” (in Spanish, 2022)
"Teaching Excellence at the Universidad de los Andes:Challenges, Tensions and Possibilities” (in Spanish, 2021)

M.A. in Psychology (Universidad de los Andes)
B.A. in Psychology (Universidad de los Andes)
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Krasimir Spasov
American University in Bulgaria
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Adjunct Professor of Composition and Writing, Literature and Theater Department

Krasimir's research interests include information packaging, contemporary interdisciplinary pedagogical practices, creative writing, as well as information, media, digital, and visual literacies.

Spasov, K. “The Era of Critical Digital Literacy“. In EDULEARN 21 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Spain, 2021.
Spasov, K. “Packaging Information or Information Packaging: The Bulgarian Experience of Good Educational Practices at the University Level“. In EDULEARN 21 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Spain, 2021.
Spasov, K. “Co-designing and Beyond: The Evolution of the AUBG Information Literacy Program as Inspired by the ACRL Framework“. Faculty-librarian Collaborations: Integrating the Information Literacy Framework into Disciplinary Courses, edited by M. Stöpel, et al., ACRL, 2020, pp. 131-141.
Stöpel, M., et al. “Insights into Faculty-librarian Collaborations Around the Framework: Findings from the 2018 Co-Design Survey“. Faculty-librarian Collaborations: Integrating the Information Literacy Framework into Disciplinary Courses, edited by M. Stöpel, et al., ACRL, 2020, pp. 21-34.

Ph.D. student in English Linguistics
M.A. in English Philology
M.Sc. Library Science and Cultural Policy
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Simona Vittorini
SOAS, University of London
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Associate Professor in Politics and Director of Learning and Teaching in the Department of Politics and International Studies

Simona lectures undergraduate and postgraduate courses on the comparative politics of Asia and Africa. She also convenes the B.A. Politics & IR Final Year dissertation module. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA, 2020). She specializes in South Asian politics and the main focus of her work is on postcolonial nationalism, processes of construction of collective identities, and performative and symbolic politics. Simona’s book, Rituals, Symbols and Politics of Indian Nationalism was published in 2009 and she is the author of other articles and book chapters on post-independence nation-building and symbolic politics in India.

Her research also focuses on India as an emerging power. With David Harris, she has co-authored a number of chapters and articles on India’s expanding presence in (West) Africa and South-South development cooperation.

 “‘Modi à la Mode.’ Narendra Modi’s Fashion and the Performance of Populist Leadership’. Commonwealth & Comparative Politics.” 2022.
“Modi and the Mahatma– The Politics of Statues and the Saffronisation of India-Africa relation”. In King, K. And Venkatachalam (eds.). 2021. India’s Development Diplomacy and Soft Power in Africa. Oxford: James Currey.
“Taking ‘Development Cooperation’ and South-South Discourse Seriously: Indian claims and Ghanaian responses.” Commonwealth and Comparative Politics. 2018. 56:3; 360-378 With David Harris

Ph.D. (SOAS)
B.A. (University of Bologna)

CLASP Fellows Cohort '23

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Meem Arafat Manab
BRAC University
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Writer, researcher, and teacher, School of Data and Sciences

Meem joined BRAC University's School of Data and Sciences in 2020 as a lecturer in computer science after finishing a B.Sc in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Dhaka and working as an independent researcher for a while. So far, they have taught discrete mathematics, digital logic, introductory graphics, theory of computation, and simulation and modeling. Their research interests lie in the intersection between social sciences and data science, especially how our conception of data subverts, enhances, and altogether influences our understanding of society and its structure. Their other interests include machine translation, econometrics, and the pedagogy of sciences.

B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering (University of Dhaka)
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Julia Carey Arendell
Bard Early College New Orleans
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Faculty and Writing Studio Director

Narrowly dodging a life as a restaurateur, Julia Carey Arendell received her M.F.A. in Creative Writing with a minor in American Literature from Louisiana State University after completing a fellowship at Harvard. Pushcart Prize nominated for her fiction, she was also a winner of the William Faulkner-William Wisdom Prize in Poetry. Publications can be found at Heavy Feather Review, VIDA, Mason’s Road, and Psychopomp Magazine, among others, as well as the anthologies Louisiana in Words and New Orleans: What Can’t Be Lost. She has joined the editorial boards of The Dudley Review, The New Orleans Review, and New Delta Review.

M.F.A. in Creative Writing, minor in American Literature (Louisiana State University)
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Lynn Clausen
Black Mountains College
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Faculty associate

Lynn is working with the Black Mountains College to develop teacher-training strands / INSET / student provision while harnessing the overarching principles of the college which holds at its core how we can create and maintain a sustainable and fair society during the challenging times we face. Lynn also facilitates and tutors online workshops and short-courses, with participants largely drawn from a range of teaching settings, but also including those from different and varied backgrounds. Building upon a 20 year teaching career (English and drama) and now operating as a creative practitioner, Lynn's research interests are focused around how we can apply our learning - how we can encourage ourselves and our students to consider, propose and problem solve with climate change at the heart of the enquiry.

M.A. (Dist) TEES Creative Writing
PGCE English UWE
B.A. (Hons) Drama, English HUDD
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Makafui Aku-Sika Cudjoe
Ashesi University
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Adjunct lecturer and interim Co-Director at the Ashesi University Writing Center

Makafui’s previous work experience includes Teaching Assistant and Academic Writing lecturer at the University of Ghana Language Center as well as Writing Center Coordinator at Ashesi University. Currently, she is an adjunct lecturer and interim Co-Director at the Ashesi University Writing Center. Her research interests span writing center studies and gender relations in literature with a focus on African oral literature and popular culture.

Ph.D. student in English (University of Ghana)
M.Phil. in English (University of Ghana)
B.A. in English (University of Ghana)
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Romina de Jong
Parami University
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Director of Academic Affairs

Romina's research interests include pedagogy, teacher education, gender, sports, and development.

“Student Teachers' Discipline Strategies: Relations with Self-Images, Anticipated Student Responses and Control Orientation” (Educational Studies, 2013)

Ph.D. in Education Studies
M.A in Pedagogy
B.A in Social work
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Juan Carlos Duran-Uribe
Universidad de los Andes
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Coordinator for the Judicial Training Program and adjunct professor of Contract Law

Juan Carlos currently works as a coordinator for the Judicial Training Program, and is also an adjunct professor of Contract Law at the Universidad de los Andes. Research interests include contract law, comparative private law, and legal education. Juan Carlos is passionate about innovative practices for the teaching of complex legal subjects, i.e. contract law, tax law, and procedural law. 

"Studies on Contract Law: From the Sales Agreements to Collaborative Businesses" (in Spanish, 2021)
"How to Teach and Learn the Complex Colombian Tax Law: Taxation Storytellings as a Pedagogical Proposal" (in Spanish, 2020)

Law Degree (Universidad de los Andes)
Master's in Education (Universidad de los Andes)
Esmaeil Esfandiary
Tuskegee University
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Assistant Professor of Communication

Esmaeil has published and presented numerous papers with a focus on international media and political communication.

Ph.D. in Communication (Georgia State University)
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Ekaterina Galimova
American University of Central Asia
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Associate Professor in the Division of Arts, Humanities and Communication

Ekaterina is a professor with two decades of successful experience in teaching English as a Foreign Language. She is also the recipient of several faculty development fellowships as well as travel grants that inspired her to specialize in teaching Civics Education and Modern Classroom Technology. Ekaterina regularly speaks at national and international conferences about new tools for both online and offline teaching and evaluating. In addition, she gives effective workshops at the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology at the American University of Central Asia. She has more than 20 articles published in Kyrgyz, Russian, and Kazakh journals on pedagogy and the humanities. The most recent one was published on the OSUN website devoted to The International Virtual Discussion. A strong believer in the power of positive thinking in life, Ekaterina Galimova supports her colleagues in need and takes good care of her elderly mother and cat.

Ph.D. (Academy of Education in Kyrgyzstan)
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Doaa F. Ghatasha
Al-Quds Bard College of Arts and Sciences
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Visiting Lecturer

Doaa’s research interests lie in the application of genomic technologies to understand the basis of different genetic disorders, with emphasis on metabolic genetic disorders. Currently, she is working on testing the natural antimicrobial activity of several herbs. She is also interested in teaching English as a second language, teaching pedagogy, and education reform.

M.Sc. degree in Diagnostic Molecular Biology and Human Genetics (Jordan University of Science and Technology)
Bachelors in Biology (Al-Quds Bard College)
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Issam Khoury
Al-Quds Bard College of Arts and Sciences
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Education Above All Program Manager and Visiting Assistant Professor

Issam comes to AQB after having worked in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, and India. It is these diverse experiences that have shaped how Issam sees the world and engages as a professor deeply committed to a student-centered classroom rooted in the liberal arts. A graduate of Virginia Tech, Ohio State, and Penn State Universities, Issam's academic background is a combination of the social sciences and the humanities, and he brings that perspective into his work and teaching.
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Senem Yuseinova Konedareva
American University in Bulgaria
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Adjunct Assistant Professor of Language and Culture Studies in the Modern Languages and Arts Department

Senem's research interests include intercultural communication, linguistic anthropology and language use, as well as modern interdisciplinary approaches to language teaching and learning.

“The Condition of the Evidential Forms in Wallachian-Bulgarian Legal Documents (the Period End of XIV – XV AD)” (Linguistic Problems, Blagoevgrad, 2021)
“The Omission of the Auxiliary in 3rd Person Singular and Plural from the Re-Narrative Paradigm – a Specificity of Bulgarian Evidential System (Bulgarian Studies Readings, Sofia, 2019)

Ph.D. in Bulgarian Linguistics
M.A. in Bulgarian Language and Culture Studies
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Sanjay Kumar
Central European University
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Senior Lecturer at the Center for Academic Writing

Sanjay's research interests include the teaching of academic writing in English in liberal arts, humanities and social sciences, Indian drama, theater and performance studies, Indian cinema (Bollywood and Malayalam), storytelling and narratives, and intellectual histories of South Asia.

Ph.D. in English Language and Literature (IIT Delhi)
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Amanda Landi
Bard College at Simon’s Rock
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Faculty of Mathematics

Amanda's research interests include but are not limited to statistical learning methods and machine learning techniques involving big data, the Nonnegative Matrix Factorization and its applications, sequence prediction, convex optimization, data fusion, and applications such as image processing, video processing, spectral analysis, and networking.

Landi, A., Minden, K. Alternative Assessments for Undergraduate Mathematics Courses in the Time of COVID-19. (2021)
Landi, A. Almost Predicting "Natural" Sequences. Mind and Machine. Springer. (2021)

Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics
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Dale Mineshima-Lowe
Birkbeck, University of London
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Acting Programme Director of the MSc Global Environment & Sustainability Programme (University of London) and a lecturer in the Departments of Geography and Politics

Dale currently teaches modules for first-year undergraduates on Humans & the Environment, the Study of Politics and Comparative Government; as well as leading the postgraduate module – Masterclass in Social Research. She has also been Managing Editor for the think tank Center for International Relations, based in Washington, D.C., part-time for the last several years. Her research interests span active learning/student-centered pedagogy for higher & further education, to issues related to democratic transitions and governance, and currently is exploring the intersection of social capital development in both environmental policymaking as well as anti-corruption efforts.

PGCE (University of Westminster)
Ph.D. M.A., PG Diploma (University of Durham)
B.Sc.(Santa Clara University)
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Jazmin Puicon
Bard High School Early College Newark
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Assistant Professor of History

Jazmin's research interests include Afro-Latinx and Afro-Latin American History & Culture as well as Women's and Gender History.

Ph.D. in Latin American History (Rutgers University)
M.A. in Latin American & Caribbean Studies (NYU)
B.A. in Spanish Language & Culture/History (Union College)
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Fahmida Rahman
BRAC University
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Lecturer and Program Coordinator at the School of General Education

Fahmida obtained her Masters degree from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK in Public Policy and Management where her research explained the absence of disability facilities in higher educational policy in Bangladesh. She completed her undergraduate degree in Anthropology from BRAC University, Bangladesh. Currently, she is a Lecturer and Program Coordinator in the School of General Education at BRAC University in Dhaka, Bangladesh, teaching Political Science and Anthropology. She also worked as a guest lecturer (project position) for ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh where she talked about building resilient universities. In addition to being involved in academia, she is also the manager for Chattagram Division Girls’ Basketball Team in Bangladesh. Her current research interests include higher educational policy improvements, sports, pedagogic curricula, gender, criminology, social justice, and corporate anthropology.

"Addressing Racial, Economic and Educational Inequalities through our University Network", Published: Future World Center Publications, 2021.

Masters (University of Glasgow)
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Mayur Suresh
SOAS, University of London
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Senior Lecturer at the school School of Law, Gender and Media

Mayur's research interests include legal anthropology and emergency legislations. He has published articles in Law and Society Review, Contributions to Indian Sociology, Indian Law Review, and Australian Journal of Asian Law.

Terror Trials: Life and Law in Delhi's Courts (Fordham University Press, 2023)

Ph.D. (Birkbeck, University of London)
LL.M. (Columbia Law School)
B.A. LLB (Hons) (National Law School of India)
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R. A. M. Hasan Talukder
BRAC University
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Lecturer in the School of General Education

Hasan is a lecturer in the School of General Education at BRAC University, Bangladesh. His research interests include teaching pedagogy, comparative literature, postmodern and post-colonial literature.

Master of Arts
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Jane Wanninger
Bard College at Simon’s Rock
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Assistant Professor of Literature in the Division of Languages and Literature at Bard College at Simon’s Rock 

Jane's research interests include early modern drama, critical theory, gender and sexuality studies, and adaptation studies. 

“’Hello, people of the Internet!’: Nothing Much to Do and the Young Adult Creators and Communities of Vlog-Shakespeare,” book chapter in the collected volume Liberating Shakespeare: Violence, Trauma and Empowerment for Young Adult Audiences, eds. Deborah Uman and Jenny Flaherty. (Bloomsbury Arden).
“Riddling Shrift: Confession, Speech, and Power in Romeo and Juliet and 'Tis Pity She's a Whore,” (issue 25.2 of Early Theatre)
“Maybe Baby: Pregnant Possibilities in Medieval and Early Modern Literature,” with Holly Barbaccia and Bethany Packard. In Gendered Temporalities in the Early Modern World. Edited by Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks. Amsterdam University Press. 2018. pp 213-234

Ph.D. (Vanderbilt University)
M.A. (Vanderbilt University)
B.A. (University of Wisconsin-Madison)