Ashlyn Hand is a fourth-year doctoral student at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs. Ashlyn’s research interests involve the intersection of women’s political representation and issues of religious liberty. Ashlyn received her Master’s in Public Affairs from the LBJ School in May 2015. Before graduate school, Ashlyn worked in public relations, serving as the Director of Communication for the Research Valley Partnership.
International Religious Freedom and the Case of Uzbekistan: Trading the Hammer-and-Sickle for the Moon and Star
April 17th, 2019 | Season 1 | 29 mins 30 secs
human rights, post-communist countries, religious freedom, u.s. foreign policy, uzbekistan
Fourth-year-PhD student Ashlyn Hand dialogues with Matt about the super fun topic of religious freedom in U.S. foreign policy and the specific case of post-USSR Uzbekistan. And she says nobody wants her at the dinner table...