Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations’s Updates

  • Kellina Craig-Henderson Joins the Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations Advisory Board

    The Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations Advisory Board is honored to welcome our newest member – Dr. Kellina Craig-Henderson. 

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  • 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