Sabiha Mohyuddin

Graduate Student

Specialization

Race and ethnicity, immigration, South Asian identity, diaspora, transnationalism, Islamophobia, multiculturalism.

Education

B.A., University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Bio

I am broadly interested in South Asian identity, and the fractures within South Asian identity, and the sociopolitical contexts in which the South Asian diaspora constructs identity. My current research explores the role of transnational processes, such as Hindu nationalism, in how Indian Americans articulate identity, racialization, and respond to racialization in the current political and social context.

Courses

Soc 1: Introduction to Sociology

Soc 185DG: Theories of Globalization and Development

Soc 124: Sociology of Immigration