Dr Jawad Syed shares research on intersectionality with Financial Times

Dr. Jawad Syed, Dean of Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB) at LUMS was recently interviewed by the Financial Times (1 Dec 2016) about his thoughts on the notion of “intersectionality.” Intersectionality is a relatively new concept, describing how oppressive institutions such as racism, sexism, Islamophobia, xenophobia, classism, etc. are interconnected and how this overlappingContinue reading “Dr Jawad Syed shares research on intersectionality with Financial Times”

NZ Herald: Prof Edwina Pio on the changing nature of Kiwi Christmas

AUT University Professor of Diversity Edwina Pio said nostalgia for home and ethnic traditions during Christmas meant a lot to immigrants. “Traditions reminiscent of their Indo-Portuguese heritage may mean that some migrants indulge in savoury dishes made with pork such as sorpotel and vindaloo, along with delicately hued marzipan, pure white shell-cream, nankati and silverContinue reading “NZ Herald: Prof Edwina Pio on the changing nature of Kiwi Christmas”