Review of Shifting the kaleidoscope: Returned Peace Corps volunteer educators’ insights on culture shock, identity & pedagogy


  • Maya Satlykgylyjova Kent State University


Author Biography

Maya Satlykgylyjova, Kent State University

Maya Satlykgylyjova is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Foundations of Education at Kent State University. Maya’s research focuses on Central Asian women’s identity construction after crossing cultural, geographical, and psychological borders to pursue a higher education in the United States. Maya uses hybridity and feminist theories to frame her study. Her general research interests include identity, hybridity, postcolonial and globalization scholarships, multicultural education, and gender studies.



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