Jamie Sanchez

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

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Jamie Sanchez is a faculty member and Program Director of the PhD in Intercultural Studies in the Graduate Department. She lived in China for ten years working for a non-profit company, business consulting firm, and co-establishing an English training center. 

Dr. Sanchez teaches research methodology courses in addition to graduate level content courses. Her current research interests include Critical Refugee Studies.  

Dr. Sanchez holds a BBA from New Mexico State University, an MA from Union University, an MDIV from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, and a PhD from Virginia Tech.  

Publications

Refereed Publications:

  • Starcher, R., Dzubinski, L., Sanchez, J. (January 2018). “Rigorous missiological research
    using qualitative inquiry,” Missiology: An International Review, Volume 46, (1), pp. 50-66.
  • Sanchez, J. (2015).  “Tumultuous Times:  Shifts in Mongolian Cultural Identity Since 1947,” Journal of Northeast Asian History,  Volume 12, (2), pp. 133-168. 
  • Sanchez, J. (October 2013).  “Cultural Colonization:  The Dual-Displacement of Mongolians in
    Inner Mongolia,”  Spectra Journal.

Book Chapters:

  • Sanchez, J. (December 2017). “Shifting Signals in the ‘Two’ Chinas” in Stephenson, Jr., M. and
    Kirakosyan, L. (Eds.), RE: Reflections and Exploration: A Forum for Deliberative Dialogue, (pp.
    56-61). Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Tech Publishing.
  • Sanchez, J. (September 2015). Seeking Identity in the ‘Chinese’ Nation,” in Stephenson, Jr., M. and
    Kirakosyan, L. (Eds.), RE:  Essays on Politics, Public Policy, and Governance. (pp. 242-246). Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Tech Publishing.
  • Sanchez, J. (September 2015). “China’s One-Child Policy Change: Sustaining the Four
    Moderniztaions.” in Stephenson, Jr., M. and Kirakosyan, L. (Eds.), RE:  Essays on Politics,
    Public Policy, and Governance.
    (pp. 212-216). Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Tech Publishing.

Presentations

  • Parke, J., Dzubinski, L., and Sanchez, J. (March 2019), The Female Professoriate: Calling, Identity, and
    Social Capital, 
    Advancing Women in Higher Education, Vanguard University.
  • Dzubinski, L., Sanchez, J., Calley, S., and Hernandez, N. (February 2019), A Case Study in Male
    Doctoral Student and Supervisor Relationships: Mutuality, Grit, and Self-Directed Learning
    ,
    Conference on Academic Research in Education, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Sanchez, J. (June 2018).  Befriending the Refugee: Lessons from the Lives Aquila and Priscilla. American  Society of Missiology, South Bend, IN.
  • Dzubinski, L., and Sanchez, J. (June 2018). Educating Women Missiologists for the Future of the Global  Church, Association for Professors of Mission Conference, South Bend, IN.
  • Sanchez, J. and Dzubinski, L, (March 2018). Leading Future Women Leaders. Advancing Women in
    Higher Education. Azusa Pacific University. 
  • Dzubinski, L, Sanchez, J. and Calley, S. (February 2018). Advances in Understanding Doctoral Student
    and Supervisor Relationships: Holistic Advocacy,
    Conference on Academic Research in
    Education, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Sanchez, J. (November 2017). The Politics of Imagining: The Urbanization of Genghis Khan in
    Inner Mongolia,
    Southwestern Conference on Asian Studies, Southern Methodist
    University, Dallas, TX.  
  • 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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