When West Africans resettle in the United States, Europe, or elsewhere, the tension disappears and they take on one identity, as Guinean, in a new foreign land. I am interested in exploring the factors that suddenly leads to unity and eventually the formation of a community in the foreign land but doesn’t seem to happen in their own home country.
During the Cold War, was the United States government was able to dissuade the American public into believing in a “safe” atomic bomb?
"How and to what extent does photography translate the horror of the Nazi concentration camps to the distanced viewer?"
Do utopian societies depend on the complete subservience of a population to a rule or ruler? A look at the Eden of Paradise Lost and the global state of Brave New World.
"Typically, sports provide an outlet for society to escape political pressures. However, the United States’ triumph over the Soviet Union in men’s hockey during the 1980 Winter Olympics seemingly had the opposite effect."
"To what extent can a still image really be held accountable for influencing the standpoint of a nation and its growing disenchantment with the Vietnam War?"
“A photograph is not a moment; it is a single representation of a moment, influenced entirely by the eye behind the lens.”
"Globalization has connected each and every person in the world through free market trade. However, such an interconnection is not necessarily mutually beneficial."
"I propose viewing each city as a unique language with its own linguistic features such as vocabulary, grammar, and syntax."