Writing

“How Do NGO Workers ‘teach’ Empowerment through Training for Women in Refugee Settings? A Case Study in Dadaab, Kenya.” American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. December 2014.

“How Does “Good Learning” Happen in Emergency Settings? Towards Theory in Practice.” Commission for International Adult Education of the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Conference Proceedings. Charleston, South Carolina. November 2014.

“Participatory Pedagogy in Discourse of Practice: Applying Freire in Training for Transformation.” CSLEE 19th Annual Values and Leadership Conference, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. September 2014.

“Moral literacy and social justice: Implications in praxis.” Moral Literacy Colloquium, Rock Ethics Institute, Pennsylvania State University. April 2014.

“Rethinking post-conflict adult education policy in South Sudan and Afghanistan.” CIES, Toronto, March 2014.

“Incorporating digital media in mass communications curriculum in Afghanistan: Classroom action research towards lessons for resource-constrained and conflict-affected   environments.” CIES @ UMASS Amherst, November 2013.

“Blended Learning and Technology Enhanced Learning in the Developing World: Lessons from Uganda to Afghanistan.” EduLearn 2013, Spain, July 2013.

“mEduText: A Case for Mobile Continuing Medical Education in Uganda.” Mobile Telephony in the Developing World, Finland, May 2013.

Rights Approaches: Case Studies in Egypt and Liberia. 2010. Ann Arbor: UMI Publishing. Public Anthropology Conference: Revolutions!, 10-2010.

“Human Rights in Truth and Reconciliation: Amnesty and Reparations in the Liberian Commission.” CAAPS Conference, 3-2010 and UMASS Conflict Resolution Conference, 10-2010.

“Theatre-for-Development in Practice and Anthropology.” SAGES Capstone, Cleveland, 8-2007.

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