Political Effects of Social Exclusion

Political Effects of Social Exclusion

Krea Lecture Series – Social Studies:Through the prism of exclusion, deprivation and marginalization, the Social Studies Talk Series invites discussions on epistemic realities of hunger, mobility, ableism, education, politics and health.

About the Lecture

People may experience social exclusion because of some form of individual attributes or group identity. How does the experience of exclusion impact an individual’s relationship with members of their group as well as outsiders? How do these relationships shape an individual’s political attitudes? The presentation will address such questions and more.

About the Speaker

Amit Ahuja is an Associate Professor and Faculty-in-Residence at the Manzanita Village and San Rafael Residence Halls. His research focuses on the processes of inclusion and exclusion in multiethnic societies. Professor Ahuja’s research has been supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Institute of Indian Studies, the National Bureau of Asian Research and the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, the Hellman Family Foundation, the University of California at Santa Barbara, and the University of Michigan.

We invite all aspiring social sciences enthusiasts to join us in this engaging and informative webinar.

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Political Effects of Social Exclusion

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