Jamie Sanchez

  • Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies
  • Program Director, PhD Intercultural Studies

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Jamie Sanchez lived in China for more than eight years working for a business consulting firm and co-establishing an educational training center that specialized in English language and cultural training. In addition, she coordinated academic personnel and business professionals to work in China and established partnerships between Chinese universities and international university groups and organizations. Sanchez holds a bachelor's degree from New Mexico State University, a Master of Intercultural Studies from Union University, a Master of Divinity from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from Virginia Tech.

Publications

  • Tumultuous Times: Shifts in Mongolian Cultural Identity Since 1947. Sanchez, Jamie, (Journal of Northeast Asian History, 2015)
  • Seeking Identity in the ‘Chinese’ Nation, Stephenson, Max. and Kirakosyan,Lyusyena, Sanchez, Jamie. (2015)
  • China’s One-Child Policy Change: Sustaining the Four Modernizations, Stephenson, Max. and Kirakosyan,Lyusyena, Sanchez, Jamie. (2015)
  • Reflections and Explorations: A Graduate Student Commentary, “Seeking Identity in the Chinese”Nation, Sanchez, Jamie. 2014
  • Reflections and Explorations: A Graduate Student Commentary, “China’s One-Child Policy Change: Sustaining the Four Modernizations,” February 2014
  • Spectra Journal, “Cultural Colonization: The Dual-Displacement of Mongolians in Inner Mongolia,” October 2013

Presentations

  • Starcher, R., Dzubinski, L., and Sanchez, J. (June 2017),Rigorous Missiological Research:Using
    Qualitative Inquiry,
    American Society of Missiology, Wheaton, IL
  • Dzubinski, L., Sanchez, J., and Meyer, S., (January 2017),Doctoral Student and Supervisor
    Relationships:A Narrative Study,
    Conference on Academic Research in Education, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Sanchez, J., (January 2017), Mongolian Songs:Spaces of Negotiation, Association of Asian Studies Southeast Conference, University of Mississippi.
  • Sanchez, J., (April 2016), Reimagining Pastoralism:A Mode of Memory and Resistance in Inner
    Mongolia,”
    Yale Bouchet Conference on Diversity and Graduate Education, Yale University.
  • Sanchez, J., (March 2016), The Historical Pastoral Identity in Inner Mongolia:A Re-imagination as
    Resistance
    , Brian Bertoti Innovative Perspectives in History Graduate Conference, Virginia Tech.
  • Sanchez, J., (January 2016), The Pastoral Imaginary as a Mode of Resistance, Association of Asian Studies Southeast Conference, James Madison University.
  • Sanchez, J., (March 2015), Policies and Pastoralists: Historical Shifts in Inner Mongolia Since 1947,
    ASPECT Annual Conference, Virginia Tech.
  • Sanchez, J., (January 2015), Protests in Inner Mongolia:Land Grabbing, Cultural Anxiety, and the
    Question of Identity
    , Association of Asian Studies Southeast Conference, University of
    Virginia.
  • Sanchez, J., (October 2014), Protests in Inner Mongolia: Land Grabbing, Cultural Anxiety, and
    Geopolitical
    Ramifications, International Studies Association South Annual Conference, University of Richmond.
  • Sanchez, J., (March 2014), Cultural Colonization: Displacing Mongols in Inner Mongolia, ASPECT
    Annual Conference, Virginia Tech.
  • Sanchez, J., (February 2014), Cultural Colonization in Inner Mongolia, Columbia Conference on East Asia, Columbia University.
  • Sanchez, J., (September 2013), Cultural Colonization: The Dual-Displacement of Mongolians in Inner
    Mongolia
    , International Association for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of
    Manchester, England.
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