Conference Speakers


Past Speakers

Cultural studies conference

Asst. Prof. Shorena Tsilosani

She is dedicated to researching intangible cultural heritage and urban planning in the field of Architecture. Currently, she is pursuing a PhD at the Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism, and Design at Georgian Technical University. As an Associate Professor at the University of Georgia, School of Arts and Humanities, she is passionate about exploring the dynamic intersection of cultural heritage and urban development. Her expertise lies in bridging the past and the future through meaningful connections in her work.

Cultural studies conference

Dr. George Economides

George Economides is an independent researcher, a visiting fellow of the Oxford Brookes Institute for Ethical AI, and a University of Bath Policy Fellow. His work has focused on innovation and is active on equality, diversity and inclusion issues. He is an advisor in the RISE (Racially Inclusive Skin Evidence) project, working to raise awareness and increase the representation of darker skin tones in medical training of medical staff and algorithms.

Cultural studies conference

Prof. James Moy

James Moy is professor and former dean of the College of the Arts at the University of South Florida with research focused on racial representation. Previously, Moy served as provost and vice-president academic at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design in Halifax, Canada, and dean of the School of Creative Media in Hong Kong. Academic Qualifications: PhD in Cultural Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; MA (Theatre) & BA (Studio Art) from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Cultural studies conference

Ms. Jane Green

Jane Green has over 7 years of experience as a family violence practitioner. She has made significant contributions to the field as a principal policy officer and senior project officer on the Royal Commission into Family Violence. Currently, in the final year of her clinical psychology doctoral thesis, Jane's research focuses on formal service engagement among victim-survivors from culturally diverse communities. She has led and published papers on family violence service engagement among multicultural communities.

Cultural studies conference

Ms. Yaneidys Arencibia Coloma

BA in History of Art and PhD in Sociology. Current Postdoctoral Fellowship at School of Arts Languages and Cultures, University of Manchester. Areas of interest: Cultural Studies, Latin American Cultural Studies, Cultural Thought, Sociology of Knowledge, Theory of Art. Awards and Certifications: Cuban Academy of Science Award and Editor/Proofreading for Scientific Writing.

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