Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations’s Updates

  • Auto-biography in the making: A trip to the ivory tower?

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    This study is an autobiography in the making. And rightly so because an Auto-biography which is also academic study is not done overnight. Hence, the question mark and I must add, exclamation mark at the end of the title. This project is...More

  • Lisa Coleman – 2017 Plenary Speaker

    The Seventeenth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations is pleased to announce Lisa Coleman as a 2017 Plenary Speaker

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  • Hitomi Naganuma, Megumi Inoue, and Margaret Lombe – Winners of the 2017 International Award for Excellence

  • Neha Bhargava – 2017 Plenary Speaker

    The Seventeenth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations is pleased to announce Neha Bhargava as a 2017 Plenary Speaker

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  • Thought on Diversity Part 2. Why Diversity is Difficult.

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    medium.com | Article Link | by @Shaft

    I am passionate about Twitter the service, and I love Twitter, the company. The opportunity to work on a product that is positively changing how Af...More

  • The Uninvited

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    The London Review of Books | Article Link | by Jeremy Harding

    In the early 1990s, about 80 million people – roughly 1.5 per cent...More

  • The Terrible Flight from the Killing

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    nybooks.com | Article Link | by Hugh Eakin

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    Armageddon

    It is not quite clear when Europeans woke up to the largest movement of refugees on their soil since the upheavals of World War I...More

  • Gender, Biotechnology and Capitalist Nature

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    newcriticals.com | Article Link | by Johanna Oksala

    Stephen Frear’s film Dirty Pretty Things (2002) opens with the discovery of a human heart clogging a toilet in a hotel room in London. The shocking scene is...More

  • The New York Times Review of Books: ‘A New Way of Writing About Race’

    nybooks.com | Article Link | by Nick Laird

    Claudia Rankine’s Citizen opens:

    The reader is forewarned: what follows will explore what happens when the “devices” are switched off, not just the smart phone or the iPad, but techniques of evasion...More

  • #ReclaimMLK Seeks to Combat the Sanitizing of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy

    theroot.com | Article Link | by Danielle C. Belton

    Martin Luther King Jr. had more than “a dream,” but you might not notice that on Monday during observances for his birthday

    Somewhere between his assassination and today began an MLK-n...More