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DR. PIYASUDA PANGSAPA

DR. PIYASUDA PANGSAPA

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Assistant Dean for Research and International Affairs

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION & CONCENTRATION

Women and Work, Gender and Development, Comparative Social and Economic Development, Research Methods, Qualitative and Ethnographic Methodology, Labor Organizing and Women’s Movements, Migration Issues, American and Comparative Studies (Economic development theory, social movements and globalization; labor standards, human rights, corporate responsibility, social inequality, class and gender analyses)

COURSES TAUGHT

Undergraduate:

GS 284 Designing for Science

GS 281 Technology, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

GS 200 Questioning Minds: Applied Critical Thinking

SGS Globalization and Gender & Development Modules for the Summer Pre-Program

SPD 208 Gender & Social Diversity (guest lecturer for the SPD Program @TU)

SPD 307 Theories of Social Policy & Development (session on development theory, SPD Program @TU)

Graduate:

GS 761 Contemporary Sustainability Issues (Section on Gender and Sustainability)

GS 621 Grounded Immersion (Module 3 on Academic Writing)

MAS Program Research Writing Seminar Summer Program

PUBLICATIONS

Publication :
  1. 2007. Textures of Struggle: The Emergence of Resistance among Garment Workers in Thailand (Ithaca and London: ILR/Cornell University Press). PB: ISBN 978-0-8014-7376-0. HB ISBN: 978-0-8014-4591-0. ‘Lessons learned from Thailand’s response to COVID-19 in preparing for future pandemics.’ Asian Journal of Law and Society Special Issue [In progress].
  2. 2021. ‘Effectiveness in developing the potential of fortune tellers to be mental health care counselors’, in progress.
  3. 2011. ‘When battlefields become marketplaces: migrant workers and the role of civil society and NGO activism in Thailand’, International Migration (First published online: 5 August 2009). DOI: 10.111/j.1468-2435.2009.00559.x
  4. 2007. ‘Enslavement in Thailand: Southeast Asia as the Microcosm of 21st Century Slavery’, Global Social Policy Forum 7(1): 10-14, Global Social Policy 2007, Sage, April 2007 (Invited). ISSN: 1468-0181. eISSN: 1741-2803.
Conference Paper & Research articles :
  1. amazon.com/author/piyapangsapa
  2. researchgate.net/profile/piya_pangsapa

PROJECTS & AWARDS

    EDUCATION

    PH.D. IN SOCIOLOGYHARPUR COLLEGE OF OF ARTS & SCIENCES, BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY, STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 2001
    M.A IN SOCIOLOGYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES, BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY, WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS1994
    B.A IN SOCIOLOGYCOLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY, STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK1992

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