Khyati Joshi
  • Khyati Joshi Presentations

    Multiculturalism in the U.S.
    Invited Presentation
    American Association of University Women - Summit College Club, Madison, NJ.

    30 November 2008

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    The Intersection of race, religion, and ethnicity in the U.S.
    Invited Presentation
    St. Joseph College, Hartford, CT.

    01 November 2008

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    “Is the United States a Religiously Pluralistic Nation?”
    Invited Presentation
    Connecticut Council for Interreligious Understanding & Hartford Seminary.

    01 May 2008

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    South Asian American students: What teachers and administrators need to know,
    Invited Presentation
    Monmouth County Human Relations Commission, Freehold, NJ.

    01 April 2008

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    Race, Religion and Culture in the U.S.
    Keynote
    Morristown Beard School Morristown, NJ.

    01 February 2008

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    Religion in Schools
    Selected Workshop
    Connecticut Chapter of NAME (National Association of Multicultural Education).

    October 2007

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    Racism and Indian American Students
    Selected paper
    American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    April 2007

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    "New Roots" Book Talk
    Invited
    Northwestern University Department of Sociology.

    April 2007

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    Religion & South Asian Americans, Member of Panel on the Future Direction of South Asian American Studies
    Invited
    East of California Conference, Association of Asian American Studies, Columbus, OH.

    November 2006

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    Talking about Religious Oppression and Unpacking Christian Privilege
    Selected Full day Pre-Conference Institute
    National Association of Multicultural Educators(NAME) Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

    November 2006

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    Multiple and Varied: Connecting Transnational Lives
    Invited
    Thirty-fifth Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies Conference, Seton Hall University, Seton Hall, NJ.

    October 2006

  • Khyati Joshi Presentations

    "New Roots" Book Talk
    Invited
    Catholic and Jesuit Identity Lecture Series, St. Peter’sCollege.

    October 2006

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    Racialization of Religion in US Schools
    Selected paper
    American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    April 2006

  • Khyati Joshi Presentations

    Talking about Religious Oppression and Unpacking Christian Privilege
    Invited ½ day Pre-Conference Institute
    National Association of Multicultural Educators (NAME) Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

    November 2005

  • Khyati Joshi Presentations

    Scholars of Color and Positions of Power,
    Panel Member
    Asian Pacific Americans and Religion Research Initiative (APARRI), Rooted and Reaching: Contextualizing Pacific and Asian North American Religion, Chicago, IL.

    August 2005

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    Invited participant to "The Summit on the Status of Asian Pacific Islanders in Education"
    Convened by National Education Association, Washington D.C., DC.

    January 2005

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    A Model of South Asian American Social Service: Mentoring Immigrant Youth
    Chair and Discussant
    Association of Asian American Studies (AAAS), Boston, MA.

    March 2004

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    Religious Diversity Can Bring People Together
    Invited Speaker
    The NCCJ Newark Youth and Community Summit "Overcoming Urban Challenges", Essex County College, Newark, NJ.

    January 2004

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    Desis in Dixie: Indian American Experiences of Religion and Race in Atlanta
    Selected Paper
    American Academy of Religion, Atlanta, GA.

    November 2003

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    Messages about Religion and Language from Bollywood Films
    Selected Paper
    Association of Asian American Studies (AAAS), San Francisco, CA.

    May 2003

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