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Austin Hood History 105, section #19 WSU Common reading 4/17/17 The common reading event that I went to was with Dr. Sandri who has a position at WSU as the international studies director. For the first part of the lecture we learned that Dr. Sandri graduated from WSU in the 90’s after getting a major in economics from WSU. Dr. Sandri now has a position as an international studies director and he is also alumni at the school. For the first part of the speech he began to talk about the geographical aspect of the small village that he grew up in which was a small village called Indawal which is 40 miles away from Sialkot. He then explained that Sialkot was the village where Malala grew up in and he explained the difference between the two villages and why they are so different. He showed that the village he grew up in was more about agriculture and was a village that had a lot of poverty and a low literacy rate that used traditional Muslim views. Malala grew up in a bigger city that was heavily populated and had a better literacy rate than most of the other cities in Pakistan. In the village that Dr. Sandri
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  • Winter '08
  • Amos,Y
  • School types, Dr. Sandri

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