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Centre for Gender Studies

Ms Kim Jezabel Zinngrebe

BA (London), MSc (LSE), MPhil (Oxford)

Overview

Kim Jezabel Zinngrebe
Centre for Palestine Studies (CPS)

PhD Student Associate Member

Name:
Ms Kim Jezabel Zinngrebe
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Thesis title:
Palestinian feminism(s) in Israel: claiming ‘indigenous citizenship’ through land, body, and mind
Internal Supervisors

Biography

Kim is a third year PhD student at the Centre for Gender Studies at SOAS, University of London. She holds a BA in Modern History and Politics (London), a MSc in Politics and Government in the European Union (LSE) and a M.Phil. in Modern Middle Eastern Studies (Oxford). She currently works as teaching assistant for the History Department of Royal Holloway, University of London and conference administrator at the Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS.

PhD Publications

Zinngrebe, K.J. (2015) ‘Claiming marginal space: the contentious politics of citizenship among Palestinian feminists in Israel’ book chapter in Contentious Politics in the Middle East, (ed.) Gerges, F., Middle East Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science

Zinngrebe, K.J. (2014) ‘Review of The Politics of Reproduction in Ottoman Society, 1838-1900, by Gülhan Balsoy’, Feminist and Women Studies Association (UK & Ireland)

PhD Conferences

'Acts of Citizenship in Today's Palestine', Institut français du Proche-Orient & Institute for Palestine Studies, Ramallah, Palestine, 25 March 2015

'Gendered Citizenship: History, Politics and Democracy', The Ida Blom Conference, University of Bergen, Bergen, 14-15 October 2013

'Contentious Politics in the Middle East', LSE Middle East Centre PhD Conference, London School of Economics, London, 30 September 2013

'ʺDoing Citizenshipʺ in the Middle East and North Africa', SeSaMO Conference 2013, University of Pavia, Pavia, 17-19 September 2013

'Minorities and Majorities: Between Maginality and Participation in the Middle East', BRIMES Gaduate Section Conference, University of Oxford, Oxford, 8-9 May 2013

Affiliations

Doctoral Studentship Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst (funded by the German Protestant Church), awarded 2012

Research

Gender and feminist theory, Israel-Palestine, feminist perspectives on citizenship theory, security and political violence, feminist and women's activism, relations between the Middle East and Europe