Race and ethnicity, cultural sociology, South Asian identity
B.A., University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Sabiha Mohyuddin is a fourth year Ph.D student at UCSB . She is broadly interested in South Asian American identity, the fractures within South Asian identity, and the sociopolitical context in which South Asian identity is constructed . Her MA research examines the ways second-generation Indian Americans negotiate their ethnoracial identities through the symbolic boundaries they place around the categories of American, Indian, and Desi, and how transnational processes of Hindu nationalism and nationalist ideologies inform these constructions and boundary formations.
Soc 1: Introduction to Sociology
Soc 185DG: Theories of Globalization and Development
Soc 124: Sociology of Immigration
Soc 130SG: Sociology of Globalization
Soc 108F: Studying People