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March 21, 2019

Berkley Fellows Speaking at Women's Forum

On March 28 Berkley Center Senior Fellow Katherine Marshall and Postdoctoral Fellow Sara Singha (G'15) are featured participants on the "Interfaith Panel: The State of Women in Religion" at the 2019 Georgetown University Women’s Forum.


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Sara Singha is a scholar of religion and politics, narratives of marginalization, and religious identity. From 2015 to July 2019 she was a Berkley Center postdoctoral fellow and also helped oversee the center's student programming. Originally from Karachi, Pakistan, Singha conducts comparative research on Christianity and Islam; she wrote her dissertation on Christian Dalits (untouchables) in Pakistan. Singha was a participant in the International Higher Education Interfaith Leadership Forum. Singha received her Ph.D. in comparative religion from Georgetown University.

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