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Doyle Seminars 2018 Cohort

Doyle Seminars are small, upper-level classes that foster dialogue on diversity and difference through student research and co-curricular learning. Part of the Doyle Engaging Difference Program, Doyle Seminars focus on a range of topics addressing critical questions of national, social, cultural, religious, moral, and other forms of difference. Learn more about current and previous Doyle Seminars on the Doyle website.

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Mark Bosco

Rev. Mark Bosco, S.J., is vice president for mission and ministry and a professorial lecturer in the Department of English at Georgetown University.
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Gregory Brown

Gregory Brown is an adjunct professor at the Center for Australian, New Zealand, and Pacific Studies in Georgetown's School of Foreign Service and senior analyst at CENTRA Technology, Inc., where he manages research programs on a variety of transnational and emerging national security topics.
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Amrita Ibrahim

Amrita Ibrahim is an assistant teaching professor who teaches introductory and upper-level courses on social media, policing, and social justice issues at the Anthropology Department at Georgetown University.
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Jennifer Sclafani

Jennifer Sclafani is associate teaching professor in the Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University. Her research and teaching focus on intercultural communication, political discourse analysis, and language and identity.
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Michelle Wang

Michelle C. Wang is a specialist in the Buddhist and silk road art of northwestern China, primarily of the sixth to tenth centuries.
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