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Imagined Landscapes: Geography, Identity, and Gender in the Early American Republic, 1785-1835
In the decades that followed the American Revolution, members of the new nation began to embrace the American landscape as a point of connection between themselves and their fellow citizens. At the same time, geography ...
Education in Exile: Cultural Preservation and Promotion Among Tibetan Refugees in India
Education is a key part of forming a national identity, particularly for diasporic communities. Through ethnographic research at the Central of Tibetan Studies (CUTS) in Sarnath, India, I examine how CUTS preserves and ...