Aga Khan University’s Institute for Educational Development’s Kazim Bacchus Research Seminars
The monthly Kazim Bacchus Research Seminar (KBRS), named after the Founding Director of IED, is one of the dissemination forums where significant and contextually relevant research is presented by IED faculty and students, and education experts and researchers from reputed national and international higher education institutions. The seminar brings together AKU faculty and students and participants from partnering schools, non-government organisations and other universities for sharing of knowledge and expertise.
Shenila Khoja-Moolji is a Postdoctoral Scholar at University of Pennsylvania. She writes at New York Times, Huffpost, Washington Post…on International Development; Gender Studies; Youth Studies, and does Fieldwork in Pakistan and USA. Dr. Khoja-Moolji teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the fields of gender and sexuality studies, and education. @SKhojaMoolji
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