Graduate Student Colloquium on Caste and  Inequality in Urbanizing India - Brown University Spring 2013

Filmed and edited by Bo Schlagel

Audio Profile: Marilyn Rueschemeyer

Marilyn Rueschemeyer is a sociologist concentrating in communist and post-communist societies, the sociology of art, urban sociology, and women in politics. She is adjunct professor of international studies at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University and professor emerita at the Rhode Island School of Design. Listen to hear how being a sociologist has formed her life experiences. 

Audio by Corinne Cathcart and Bo Schlagel - Photo by Annika Klein

Audio Profile: Susan Graseck

Susan Graseck is a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies. She is also the founding director of the nation-wide Choices Program. This audio profile highlights a childhood moment that seeps into her professional work and interests. 

Audio by Bo Schlagel and Corinne Cathcart - Photo by Peter Goldberg

Goat - Western USA

Goat - Western USA

Old Man on a Boat - Hanoi, Vietnam

Old Man on a Boat - Hanoi, Vietnam

Homo Urbanus: Defining the City

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Check out my written pieces on urban development in Ecuador, Vietnam, South Africa, USA, and more on my blog here.

Faceless Shepherd - Eastern Lesotho

Faceless Shepherd - Eastern Lesotho

Still Waiting: The Life of Jose - A story of family, courage, and identity. Due to the intimacy of this story and out of respect for the subject, only viewers with a password are able to watch. You can request the password by emailing bo.schlagel@gmail.com. 

Filmed and edited by Bo Schlagel

A panel of experts leading the nexus between art and healing. Hailing from Serbia, El Salvador, Uganda, Northern Ireland, and Sierra Leone, these leaders share their thoughts at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. 

Edited by Bo Schlagel

A Day’s Work on the Farm - Western USA

A Day’s Work on the Farm - Western USA

Audio Profile: Beshara Doumani

Beshara Doumani is a faculty fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies and is the Director of the Middle East Studies Program at Brown University. In this audio profile, we hear about how his experience of being an immigrant shaped his research interests. 

Audio by Bo Schlagel and Corinne Cathcart - Photo by Peter Goldberg

A glimpse into a brewmaster’s world at Trinity Brewhouse - Providence, RI. 

Filmed and edited by Bo Schlagel and Quyen Ngo

Buttoh Artist Michael Sakamoto and Waewdao Sirisook share their experiences through a workshop and performance at Ashamu Dance Studio. 

Edited by Bo Schlagel

Audio Profile: Nukhet Sandal

Nukhet Sandal is a postdoctoral scholar at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University. In this audio profile she provides us with her unexpected but worthwhile change-of-heart story that brought her to her current research. 

Audio by Bo Schlagel and Corinne Cathcart - Photo by Peter Goldberg

Pricks on Our Fingers - Somoto, Nicaragua

Pricks on Our Fingers - Somoto, Nicaragua

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