Professor Nadje Al-Ali
Research Admissions and PhD Tutor
Member, SOAS Food Studies Centre
- Professor Nadje Al-Ali
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Professor Nadje Al Ali's Inaugural Lecture: On Not Travelling Lightly: Transnational feminist journeys to and from the Middle East
Professor Nadje Al-Ali - Gendering the Arab Spring
Professor Nadje Al-Ali - Female Iraqi Academics In Post-Invasion Iraq: Roles, Challenges and Capacities
- Dissertation in gender studies
- Gender in the Middle East
- Gender in the Middle East (MSc RID)
- Gender in the Middle East II
- Research Training in Gender Studies (MPhil/PhD Seminar)
PhD Students supervised
- Aida Al Kaisy, A comparative study of the production practices of the mass media of a country in conflict, Iraq.
- Michelle Lokot, Working title: Femininities and Masculinities Among Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Constructions, Normative Behaviour and Negotiations
- Nydia A. Swaby, Becoming Black: gender and the meanings of blackness in contemporary Britain
- S. Paniz Musawi Natanzi, Young Women’s Visual Knowledge Production in Kabul: Making Contemporary Art in Times of On-going Insecurities
- Sabiha Allouche, (working title) Emotional Capital and the Making of Dissident Bodies in Lebanon
- Valeria Dessi, Wiring presence: women's rights and digital narratives among young women activists in Egypt (2005-present)
Women & gender in the Middle East; women’s movements and feminism in Middle East; secularism and Islamism; transnational migration, diaspora mobilization; gendering violence, war and peace; history of Iraqi women; impact of sanctions, war and occupation on Iraqi women, Iraq.
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- Special Study Programmes
- Short Term Consultancy
- Long Term Consultancy
- Near and Middle East
Edited Books or Journal Volumes
Al-Ali, Nadje and Al-Najjar, Deborah, eds. (2013) We Are Iraqis: Aesthetics and Politics in a Time of War. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press. (Contemporary Issues in the Middle East)
Al-Ali, Nadje (2012) 'The Iraqi Women's Movement: Past and Contemporary Perspectives.' In: Arenfeldt, Pernille and Golley, Nawar, (eds.), Mapping Arab Women's Movements: A Century of Transformations Within. Cairo: AUC Press, pp. 93-110.
Al-Ali, Nadje (2013) 'Feminist Dilemmas in (Counter-)revolutionary Egypt.' Nordic JOurnal of Feminist and gender Research, 21 (4). pp. 312-316.
Al-Ali, Nadje (2012) 'Gendering the Arab Spring.' Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 5 (1). pp. 26-31.
Al-Ali, Nadje (2011) 'Iraqi Women: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.' Orient: German Journal for Politics, Economics and Culture in the Middle East, 52 . pp. 32-38.
Al-Ali, Nadje (2011) 'A Feminist Perspective on the Iraq War.' Works & Days, 29 . pp. 99-114.
Al-Ali, Nadje and Pratt, Nicola (2011) 'Between Nationalism and Women’s Rights: the Kurdish Women’s Movement in Iraq.' Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 4 (3). pp. 339-355.
Al-Ali, Nadje and Al-Jeboury, Irada and Al-Enezy, Inass and Al-Dujaili, Huda (2012) Female Iraqi Academics In Post-Invasion Iraq: Roles, Challenges & Capacities. London.
Al-Ali, Nadje and Muhammed, Muzhda and Kareem, Hataw and Salih, Dlaram and Akreyi, Kawther (2012) Female Iraqi Academics In Iraqi Kurdistan: Roles, Challenges & Capacities.
Al-Ali, Nadje (2012) 'Why I am here?' In: Tackling Trident: Academics against Weapons of Mass Destruction. London: Irene Publishing. pp. 261-265.
Amir-Moazami, Schirin and Jacobsen, Christine and Malik, Maleiha and Al-Ali, Nadje, eds. (2011) 'Islam in Europe.' Feminist Review, 98 . Palgrave. pp. 1-189.