The UCCS Global Intercultural Research Center (GLINT)
GLINT is an interdisciplinary unit of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs that supports faculty-sponsored global intercultural scholarship. The purpose of GLINT is to leverage financial and human resources to facilitate innovative global intercultural-related scholarship among its faculty members. GLINT promotes global intercultural research activities through both internal information exchange and advocacy as well as through external project development and funding.
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DR. GEORGE CHENEY "THE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT: LESSONS FROM ITS RECENT HISTORY AND PROSPECTS FROM GRASSROOTS ECONOMIC DEMOCRATIZATION"
DR. ESHE LEWIS "A DISPLACED PEOPLE: CONTEMPORARY INSIGHTS ON AFRO-DESCENDENT IENTIY IN PERU"
DR. FARIDA KHAN "DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE AMONG INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN BANGLADESH"
DR. CHRISTINA JIMENEZ WIH "A CITY OF AMBULANTES: ITINERANT URBAN WORKERS AND MUNICIPAL REGISTRIES IN GUADALAJARA, MEXICO,1880-1940"
CONGRATULATIONS TO DR. CHRISTINA JIMENEZ FOR BEING AWARDED OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC TITLES FOR 2019 FOR HER BOOK TITLED "MAKING AN URBAN PUBLIC: POPULAR CLAIMS TO CITIZENSHIP IN MEXICO, 1839-1922"
DR. TARA ROBINS with "PARASITE INFECTION AND IMMUNE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT: EXPLORING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ECONOMIC EVELOPMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND HUMAN HEALTH"
#UrbanCOS PUBLIC FORUM TO EXPLORE THE CONCEPTS OF LOCAL URBANISM