October 16, 2011

Several GSS students made their way to participate and observe the global social movement as it begins to be played out in Miami. Fourth year doctoral student, Mamyrah Dougé-Prosper, made her way into a Miami Herald soundbite. Listen here:

 http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/10/15/2455406_occupy-miami-begins-government.html#storylink=addthis

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CONGRATULATIONS to all of our graduate students who earned their Ph.D. degrees during the 2010-2011 year!

Jasnay Cogua Lopez—Through the Prism of Gender and Power: Agency in International Courtship between Colombian Women and American Men
Anne Braseby--Adaptation of Training Spouses: Does Gender Matter?
Sharon E. Placide—Navigating Racial Boundaries: The One Drop Rule and Mixed Race Jamaicans in South Florida
Safietou Kane—Women and Development in Senegal: Microcredit and Household Well Being
Patricia Vanderkooy—Life Pathways of Haitian-American Young Adults in South Florida
Amy E. Ritterbusch—A Youth Vision of the City: the Socio-Spatial Lives and Exclusion of Street Girls in Bogota, Colombia
Francisco Sastre—Living Positive: Life in Community Among Puerto Rican Men Living with HIV in Boston

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