SOAS University of London

Centre of World Christianity

Dr Romina Istratii

BA Politics, Chinese, Economics (Bates College, USA), MA Gender and Development (IDS-University of Sussex, UK), PhD (SOAS)
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Overview

Romina Istratii
Department of Religions and Philosophies, School of History, Religions and Philosophies

UKRI Future Leaders Fellow

Centre of World Christianity

Research Associate

Department of Development Studies

Research Associate

Name:
Dr Romina Istratii
Email address:
Address:
SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Office No:
333
Academic Support Hours:
By appointment
Website:
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8083-634X

Biography

Dr Romina Istratii is UKRI Future Leaders Fellow at the School of History, Religions and Philosophies. She is Honorary Research Associate to the Department of Development Studies and the Centre of World Christianity at SOAS. Previously she served as Senior Teaching Fellow in Religions and Development.

Dr Istratii is a critical researcher and practitioner from Eastern Europe with ten years' experience in the sector of international development. Her work focuses on developing cosmology-sensitive and people-centred methodologies and approaches for analysing and addressing issues with gender dimensions in religious societies of Africa, Asia and other regions of the world. She has previously conducted independent fieldwork in Ghana, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Tanzania and Senegal with the support of various funders that include the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, the Tokyo Foundation, the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation and UKRI.

In 2018, Dr Istratii completed a three-year PhD study at SOAS that applied a critical lens to mainstream gender and development theories and approaches and proposed a decolonial engagement with contexts and societies that fall outside of Anglo-American epistemology and historical experience. It demonstrated the urgency and appropriateness for such an approach through a historiographical, theological, ethnographic and participatory study of conjugal abuse realities and attitudes in the Ethiopian Orthodox Täwahәdo community of Aksum city and the surrounding countryside. Dr Istratii’s research and approach is presented in her monograph Adapting Gender and Development to Local Religious Contexts: A Decolonial Approach to Domestic Violence in Ethiopia.

Dr Istratii specialises in Eastern Orthodox and pre-Chalcedonian (also known as ‘Oriental Orthodox’) Christian Churches and traditions and is particularly versed in Orthodox theology of gender, marriage and the conjugal relationship. Her work explores the resourcefulness of religious discourse and faith in addressing contemporary gender-related issues in Orthodox and Miaphysite Christian societies. She edits with the support of theology students in Addis Ababa an Amharic webpage on Orthodox Dogmatics. Previously, she also conducted gender-related research with Muslim communities in Africa and is involved with inter-faith initiatives in the UK.

Dr Istratii’s research in Ethiopia has evolved into the research project “Religion, conscience and abusive behaviour: Understanding the role of faith and spirituality in the deterrence of intimate partner violence in rural Ethiopia” funded by the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation in 2019. Dr Istratii is also Principal Investigator of the UKRI-funded research and innovation project “Bridging religious studies, gender & development and public health to address domestic violence: A novel approach for Ethiopia, Eritrea and the UK” awarded in 2020. The project is dedicated to the development and strengthening of religio-culturally sensitive domestic violence alleviation systems in Ethiopia, Eritrea and the UK.

Work on decolonising knowledge production and research

Dr Istratii has been actively engaged in the effort to decentre Anglo-American epistemology from the domain of knowledge production and to bridge scientific research with lived experiences and societal issues. She is committed to raising awareness about on-going epistemological inequalities and to exposing the global matrix that perpetuates these, from funding and research development structures and norms to publications and dissemination models and individual research attitudes.

Since 2016, she has been an active member of the  Decolonising SOAS Working Group. Between 2018-2019, she served as SOAS’s Research Funding Officer, in which role she initiated the Decolonising Research Initiative (together with Dr Alex Lewis).  In 2020, she acted as SOAS’s GCRF Project Officer, completing an internal review of SOAS’s research development processes to promote more reflexive practices in collaborative research with partners in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. She also co-coordinated the SOAS-OXFORD Research for Development (R4D) Series,  which aimed to change the narrative around development research and to encourage ethical, reflexive and dialogical research practices internationally.

Dr Istratii is co-founder of Decolonial Subversions (together with Monika Hirmer), an open access, multilingual, peer reviewed publishing platform that aims to subvert western epistemology and to contribute to the diversification of knowledge production. In 2020, she hosted on behalf of Decolonial Subversions the series “UNCENSORED CONVERSATIONS: Promoting Open and Critical Discussion about COVID-19 and its Consequences”, which explored the more critical social scientific, philosophical and ethical questions emerging in the public health crisis and its handling by different governments across the world.

Affiliations

  • Alumna Fellow of the Gingko Fellowship programme that brings together top scholars of divinity from the UK and Egypt for inter-faith dialogue, Gingko Library, UK
  • Alumna Fellow of the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF) Programme, The Tokyo Foundation, Japan
  • Ambassador for the Global Ecovillage Network, REDES: Réseau Pour L'Emergence Et Le Développement Des Ecovillages Au Sahel
  • Member of the British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR)
  • Permanent Member of the European Consultancy Network (ECN)
  • Member of London Higher Europe, a consortium of higher education institutions, Brussels
  • Member of the Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA, UK)
  • Member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), UK
  • Member of the European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN)

Teaching

Research

Dr. Istratii’s research interests are interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary, engaging development,
gender and religious studies. More specific areas of study/topics include:

  • The decentring of Anglo-American epistemology in gender, religious and development studies
  • The exposure of western feminist and gender metaphysics and ethical objections to their transposition cross-culturally
  • The integration of religious knowledge and belief systems in development theory and practice
  • The understanding and alleviation of intimate partner violence in Eastern Orthodox and Miaphysite Christian communities and other religious societies
  • The scoping and understanding of Eastern Orthodox and Miaphysite Christian missionaries and missionary NGOs and their approaches to community engagement
  • The study and deterrence of secular and religious radicalisation and violence globally

Dr. Istratii has previously provided consultancy and research support to academic and professional employers in the USA and Europe on a wide range of areas and topics, such as international development funding, gender and development, religions and development, violence and conflict resolution, public health, agricultural economics and nutrition and emerging economies. She is open for consultation on all these subject areas. She is also available for delivering reflexive trainings on gender, development and religions, conflict resolution and international cooperation to diplomatic missions, political leaders and other interested parties.

Publications

Authored Books

Istratii, Romina (2020) Adapting Gender and Development to Local Religious Contexts: A Decolonial Approach to Domestic Violence in Ethiopia. London: Routledge.

Articles

Mormina, Maru and Istratii, Romina (2021) '‘Capacity for what? Capacity for whom?’ A decolonial deconstruction of research capacity development practices in the Global South and a proposal for a value-centred approach'. Wellcome Open Research, (6) 129.

Istratii, Romina (2021) 'An ethnographic look into conjugal abuse in Ethiopia: a study from the Orthodox Täwahedo community of Aksum through the local religio-cultural framework'. የኢትዮጵያ ዓመታዊ መጽሔት = Annales d'Ethiopie, (33), pp 253-300.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Development Meets Theology: Contextualising Non-Western Christian Missions in Africa, Asia and the Middle East (Editorial)'. Decolonial Subversions Special Issue 2020, (2020), pp 1-7.

Demeter, Márton and Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Scrutinising what Open Access Journals Mean for Global Inequalities'. Publishing Research Quarterly, (36), pp 505-522.

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika (2020) 'Editorial Cross-cultural Engagements in Decolonial Times: Subverting Euro-centric Structures, Epistemologies and Ontologies'. Decolonial Subversions, (2020), pp 3-12.

Istratii, Romina and Demeter, Márton (2020) 'A Plan S és a tudományos tudás "hozzáférhetővé tétele": kritikai kommentár'. Decolonial Subversions, (2020), pp 13-21.

Istratii, Romina and Demeter, Márton (2020) 'Plan S and the 'opening up' of scientific knowledge: A critical commentary'. Decolonial Subversions, (2020), pp 13-21.

Istratii, Romina (2019) 'Epistemological reflexivity and labyrinthine ethnography: insights from a gender-sensitive study of conjugal abuse in a religious society'. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Online, (XI) 1, pp 25-52.

Istratii, Romina (2018) 'Beyond a feminist ‘hermeneutics of suspicion’: Reading St John Chrysostom’s commentaries on man-woman relations, marriage and conjugal abuse through the Orthodox phronema'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (11) 2017-2018, pp 16-47.

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika and Lim, Iris (2018) 'Editorial I: Conference Proceedings ‘Decolonisation in Praxis’, SOAS 2018'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (11), pp 6-9.

Lim, Iris and Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika (2018) 'Introduction to Volume 11'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (11) 2017-2018, pp 3-5.

Istratii, Romina (2018) 'Sensitising gender to local cosmology: A participatory ethnographic gender and development approach from a Muslim community in Senegal'. The Journal of Development Practice, (4), pp 8-23.

Hirmer, Monika and Istratii, Romina and Lim, Iris (2018) 'Editorial II: The Praxis of Decolonisation'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (11) 2017-2018, pp 10-15.

Istratii, Romina and Porter, Helen (2018) 'Understanding the possibilities and limitations of open access publishing for decolonising knowledge-making and dissemination'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (11) 2017-2018, pp 185-194.

Istratii, Romina (2017) 'Mainstream Gender and Development Concepts and Theories at the Interface with Local Knowledge Systems: Some Theoretical Reflections'. The Journal of Development Practice, (3), pp 1-13.

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika (2017) 'Introduction to Edition 10'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (10) 2016-2017, pp 2-3.

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika (2017) 'Letter from the Editors'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (10) 2016-2017, pp 4-8.

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika (2016) 'Introduction to Edition 9'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (9) 2015-2016, pp 2-3.

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika (2016) 'Letter From the Editors'. The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research, (9) 2015-2016.

Edited Books or Journals

Istratii, Romina, (ed.), (2020) Development Meets Theology: Contextualising Non-Western Christian Missions in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Decolonial Subversions. (Special Issue 2020).

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika and Lim, Iris, (eds.), (2018) Decolonisation in Praxis. UK: SOAS University of London. (The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research).

Hirmer, Monika and Istratii, Romina, (eds.), (2017) Exploring Fluid Times: Knowledge, Minds and Bodies. SOAS.. UK: SOAS University of London. (The SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research Vol. 10 (2016-2017)).

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika, (eds.), (2016) Identities: Power and Politics. SOAS. (SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research; Vol. 9, 2015-2016).

Book Chapters

Istratii, Romina (2021) 'Foreword'. In: Alexander, George, (ed.), Patriarch Daniel and the Resurgence of the Romanian Orthodox Church. Kerala, India: OCP Publications.

Istratii, Romina (2019) 'Orthodox'. In: Ross, Kenneth and Jeyaraj, Daniel and Johnson, Todd M., (eds.), Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Vol. 3 Christianity in South and Central Asia. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp 223-235.

Monographs and Working Papers

Istratii, Romina (2021) Discourses and Practices of Ethiopian Orthodox Täwahәdo Clergy Regarding Faith, Marriage and Spousal Abuse: The Case of Aksum in Tigray Region (prior the war). London: Working Paper 3 (English). Project dldl/ድልድል: Bridging religious studies, gender & development and public health to address domestic violence in religious communities. SOAS University of London.

Istratii, Romina (2021) War and domestic violence: A rapid scoping of the literature to understand the relationship and to inform responses in the Tigray humanitarian crisis. Working Paper 2 (English). Project dldl/ድልድል: Bridging religious studies, gender & development and public health to address domestic violence in religious communities. SOAS University of London.

Istratii, Romina and Lewis, Alex (2020) Policy Brief. Promoting the SOAS GCRF Strategy: A qualitative assessment of research development processes and partnerships building in collaborative international research. London: . [Unpublished]

Translations

Istratii, Romina and Elias, Gebrselassie (2020) 'ኦርቶዶክሳዊ ነገረ ሰብእ' .

Gebrselassie, Elias and Adhanom G.Y, Fresenbet and Istratii, Romina (2019) 'ለኦርቶዶክስ ጋብቻ መመሪያ - የቅዱስ ዮሐንስ አፈወርቅ ሰባት ስብከቶች ስለ ወንድ እና ሴት፡ የትዳር ሕይወትና የትዳር ላይ ጥቃት' Orthodox Outlet for Dogmatic Enquiries (Amharic), 2019.

Conference Items

Istratii, Romina and Demeter, Martón (2021) 'Open Access Publishing under Plan S: When Good Intentions Remain Eurocentric' In: European International Studies Association Mid-career Development Roundtable 'Open Access: When the Road to Inequalities is Paved with Good Intentions', 13-17 September 2021, Virtual. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2021) 'Project dldl/ድልድል: A research and innovation project dedicated to the development and strengthening of religio-culturally sensitive, domestic violence alleviation systems in Ethiopia, Eritrea and the UK' In: 2021 UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships Annual Conference, 12-14 October 2021, Virtual.

Istratii, Romina (2021) 'Decolonising Development Theory and Practice: The Role of Religious Knowledge' In: De-colonising Development: An Open Event for Practitioners, 23 June 2021, Virtual.

Istratii, Romina (2021) 'Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in international research: The GCRF Gender Equality Statement in view of definitions of equitable partnerships and understandings of diversity' In: Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Workshop Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Perspectives in Research, 29 June 2021, University of Liverpool. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2021) 'Decolonising prevailing systems of knowledge in international development' In: International Development Conference 2021: Decolonising Prevailing Systems of Knowledge Production Panel, 12-13 February 2021, University of Toronto Scarborough (virtual). [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Addressing domestic violence in religious communities: Taking stock of lessons and approaches in the era of decolonising knowledge' In: Addressing domestic violence in religious communities: Taking stock of lessons and approaches in the era of decolonising knowledge, 27 November 2020, Virtual.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Moving towards an Open Access Decolonial Knowledge Production Model: The Need for a Systemic, People-centred Approach' In: Open Science & the Decolonization of Knowledge | Europe - North America, 20 November 2020, Virtual.

Istratii, Romina and Demeter, Márton and Ginelli, Zoltán (2020) 'The Return of the Colonial: Understanding the Role of Eastern Europe in Global Colonisation Debates and Decolonial Struggles - A Summary and Future Roadmap' In: The Return of the Colonial: Understanding the Role of Eastern Europe in Global Colonisation Debates and Decolonial Struggles, 27 September 2020, Virtual Workshop. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Moving beyond assumptions: The complex role of religious tradition the experience of conjugal abuse in Northern Ethiopia' In: Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, 27 October 2020, Online.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Faith, human psychology and domestic violence: Some ethnographic insights' In: Partner Violence & Mental Health Network, 15 October 2020, Online Discussion.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Trying to be better partners: Key insights from an internal GCRF Strategy review at SOAS, University of London' In: THE SOAS-OXFORD Research for Development (R4D) Lunchtime Series, 17 September 2020, Online Discussion.

Istratii, Romina and Demeter, Márton and Ginelli, Zoltán (2020) 'The Return of the Colonial: Understanding the Role of Eastern Europe in Global Colonisation Debates and Decolonial Struggles' In: Virtual Workshop, 10 September 2020.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'How can Eastern European scholars diversify and challenge constructs, theories and paradigms that remain rigidly informed by experiences of colonialism and racism in Western Europe and North America, including ‘whiteness’ studies? A Roadmap' In: The Return of the Colonial: Understanding the Role of Eastern Europe in Global Colonisation Debates and Decolonial Struggles, 10 September 2020, Virtual Workshop. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina and Hirmer, Monika (2020) 'Introducing Decolonial Subversions – a new Multilingual Open Access Publishing Platform' In: Decolonising Modern Languages: A Symposium for Sharing Practices and Ideas, 8-11 September 2020, Institute of Modern Languages Research (Online). [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Building strong and healthy research partnerships during the PhD experience: A decolonial approach' In: SeNSS Virtual Conference - Pathway sessions (Development Studies), 17 July 2020. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Substantiating the elusive language of partnerships for development: From ‘equitable’ to reflexive, dialogical and honest' In: Stronger Together: Partnerships for the Global Goals, 9 July 2020, London International Development Centre.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'UKRI Gender Equality Statement: Understanding the Risks of ‘Gender Planning’ and Suggestions towards Gender-sensitive, Locally-embedded Approaches' In: SOAS-Oxford Research for Development Lunchtime Series, 30 January 2020, SOAS University of London.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Bridging the Epistemological, Structural and Normative in Knowledge Production: How Euro-centrism is Systemically Preserved and Can Be Subverted' In: LSE Africa Talks: Decolonising African Knowledge Systems, 16 January 2020, LSE.

Istratii, Romina and Lewis, Alex (2019) 'Applying a Decolonial Lens to Research Structures, Norms and Practices in Higher Education Institutions: Conversation Event Report' In: Applying a Decolonial Lens to Research Structures, Norms and Practices in Higher Education Institutions, 18 September 2019, SOAS University of London: Research and Enterprise Directorate. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2019) 'Decolonising aetiologies and theories of IPV in public health scholarship and practice: Insights from an ethnographic study of conjugal abuse from an Ethiopian Orthodox Täwahәdo community' In: Development Studies Association Conference 2019, ‘Opening up Development’, 19-21 JUNE 2019, 2019, The Open University, Milton Keynes. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2019) '‘Religious fundamentalism’: Contemplating the epistemological, ethical and practical limitations of the conceptual category in its cross-cultural deployment' In: Strictly Observant Religion, Gender and the State, 25-26 March 2019, Woolf Institute, Cambridge University. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2019) 'Cross-cultural understanding and the recovery of histories in post-colonial times: An argument for epistemological decolonisation at SOAS, University of London' In: European Association of Archeologists Beyond Paradigms, 4-7 September 2019, Bern, Switzerland. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2019) 'Does the theoretical language of SDG 5 hinder understanding and addressing intimate partner violence cross-culturally? Some epistemological concerns and empirical insights from a religious society of Ethiopia.' In: Keeping Faith in 2030: Religions and the Sustainable Development Goals, 12-13 February 2019, SOAS University of London. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2018) 'Introductory Speech' In: Decolonisation in Praxis, 7 June 2018, SOAS University of London. [Unpublished]

Book Reviews

Istratii, Romina (2019) 'Book review: Religion and intimate partner violence: understanding the challenges and proposing solutions'. Journal of Religious & Theological Information.

Istratii, Romina (2017) 'Review of Wendy Urban-Mead, The Gender of Piety: Family, Faith, and Colonial Rule in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe, Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press 2015, xiv + 324 pp, ISBN 9-780821-421581'. Religion & Gender, (7) 2, pp 271-273.

Istratii, Romina (2016) 'Review of Afe Adogame. The Public Face of African New Religious Movements in Diaspora: Imagining the Religious 'Other.' Ashgate, 2014.'. British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR) Bulletin, (129), pp 29-31.

Audios

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Pursuing A Decolonial Academic Career Path in Times of Crises (Interview)'.

Istratii, Romina (2015) 'Nεανικές Ανησυχίες - Ρομίνα Ιστράτη (ΥOUTH CONCERNS - Romina Istratii Interview)'.

Videos

Istratii, Romina (2021) 'Decolonising Knowledge by Empowering the Margins'.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'The Complex Role of Religion in the Experience of Conjugal Abuse in Northern Ethiopia'.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Book launch: Adapting Gender and Development to Local Religious Contexts: A Decolonial Approach to Domestic Violence in Ethiopia'.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Faith, human psychology and domestic violence: Some ethnographic insights'.

Istratii, Romina (2020) 'Research Ethics: Developing Best Practice for Researching in the Global South - Romina Istratii Interview'.

Thesis

Istratii, Romina (2019) Gender and development through local epistemologies : understanding conjugal violence among orthodox Tawahedo Christians in northern Ethiopia and implications for changing attitudes and norms within local worldviews. PhD thesis. SOAS University of London. [Unpublished]

Opinion Pieces / Media / Blogs

Istratii, Romina (2021) On the Conflict in Tigray.

Istratii, Romina and Papagianni, Estela and Ghebreweldi, Mebrak and Damtew, Aklil (2021) Starting a research project during a pandemic and a war: lessons from project dldl/ድልድል.

Istratii, Romina (2021) The necessity for a decolonial approach to researching and addressing domestic violence in diverse religio-cultural contexts.

Mormina, Maru and Istratii, Romina and Lewis, Alex (2020) Genuine North-South collaboration depends on a new reward system.

Istratii, Romina (2020) Gender and Orthodoxy (Series) : A decolonial critique of western feminist hermeneutics in theology/religious studies in relation to Orthodox communities.

Istratii, Romina (2020) Μια από-αποικιοκρατική αξιολόγηση των φεμινιστικών ερμηνευτικών προσεγγίσεων στις θεολογικές / θρησκευτικές σπουδές σε συνάρτηση με τις Ορθόδοξες κοινωνίες.

Istratii, Romina (2020) Contemplating the impact of restrictions on the religious life of ethnic minority and migrant communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Gebrselassie, Elias and Istratii, Romina (2020) Restricting religious practice in the era of COVID-19: The case of the Ethiopian Orthodox Täwahәdo community.

Istratii, Romina (2020) Restricting religious practice in the era of COVID-19: A de-westernised perspective on religious freedom with reference to the case of Greece.

Istratii, Romina (2020) The LONG READ on DECOLONISING KNOWLEDGE: How western Euro-centrism is systemically preserved and what we can do to subvert it.

Istratii, Romina (2020) Μια σύντομη γενεαλογική ανάλυση της έννοιας του «κοινωνικού φύλου» στην δυτική φεμινιστική θεωρία: Η πορεία προς την διχοτόμηση του ανθρώπου σε κοινωνικό και βιολογικό, τα αναπάντητα μεταφυσικά ερωτήματα κι οι αποικιοκρατικές τάσεις διεθνώς.

Istratii, Romina (2019) Applying a decolonial lens to research structures, practices and norms in higher education: What does it mean and where to next?.

Istratii, Romina (2019) Research reflexivity in the current governance framework: Problematising trends and reconsidering the meaning of research ethics in ‘cultural translation’.

Istratii, Romina (2019) By Whose Standards? Religious Fundamentalism, Gender Equality and Cross-Cultural Differences.

Istratii, Romina (2019) Gender and development through local epistemologies : understanding conjugal violence among orthodox Tawahedo Christians in northern Ethiopia and implications for changing attitudes and norms within local worldviews. [Unpublished]

Istratii, Romina (2018) Harnessing local knowledge to address gender-related issues: A new model of development in religious communities?.

Istratii, Romina (2018) Terrain/Fieldwork: gender and development through local epistemologies.

Istratii, Romina (2018) H «πολιτικά ορθή θρησκεία» ως όχημα επιστημολογικής αποικιοκρατίας και πολιτισμικής υπονόμευσης: Η περίπτωση της Ελλάδας και των φακέλων του μαθητή για το Ορθόδοξο μάθημα.

Istratii, Romina (2018) Substantiating ‘Development’: Toward an Epistemology-Sensitive Development as Freedom?.

Istratii, Romina (2015) Using Traditional Patriarchal Institutions to Address Women’s Problems.

Other

Istratii, Romina and Hasan, Khalid (2019) 'Ethical Reflexivity and Research Governance: Navigating the Tensions (Online Module)'.

 

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