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Rabab I. Abdulhadi <email@example.com>
New York University
Palestine and Palestinian politics and activism. Gender and Sexuality Studies. Post-colonial Studies. Middle East and African Studies. Nationalism. Transnationalism and Transnational Feminism. Forced Migration and Refugee Studies. Border Theory. Race and Ethnicity. Globalization and Development. Social Movements. Cultural Studies.
|Address:||Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
285 Mercer Street
New York, New York 10003
|Primary Phone:||212 992-9543|
|Secondary Phone:||212 992-9540|
|Fax Number:||212 995-4433|
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Mideast-Politics
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
Ethnic History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
World History / Studies
2000 Ph. D. Department of Sociology, Yale University.
1998 M.Phil. (Sociology) -Yale University.
1995 M.A. (Sociology) - Yale University.
1994 B.A. Summa Cum Laude (Special Honors Curriculum; Sociology; Women’s Studies), Hunter College of the City University of New York.
2001 Cultures of Resistance and the Post-Colonial State: Altering the Question of Palestine. (Under revision).
The Limitations of Nationalism: Gender Dynamics and the Emergent Palestinian Feminist Discourses. (Under revision.)
1991 With Craig Bates et al. Mobilizing Democracy: Changing the U.S. Role in the Middle East. Common Courage Press.
Guest Editor. Special Issue on Arab Sociology, International Journal of Sociology. (Forthcoming Summer 2004).
With Ibrahim Elnur and Martina Rieker. “Rethinking the Reconstruction of War-Torn Communities in Africa and the Middle East.” (Forthcoming; Routledge, 2004).
2003 “Where is Home? Fragmented Lives, Border Crossing, and the Politics of Exile” Radical History Review. (Forthcoming; Summer 2003).
2002 With Reem Abdelhadi. “Nomadic Existence: Gender, Exile and Palestine.” In This Bridge Called My Back: Twenty Years Later, edited by Gloria Anzaldua and AnaLouise Keating. (Routledge: 2002).
2001 “Gender, Identity, and Society in the Middle East.” Sociology of Culture Resource Manual, edited by Orville Lee. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.
2000 “Identidad palestina, movilizacion y culturas de oposicion.” Cuadernos Metodologicos: Estudio de Casos, edited by Xavier Coller. Madrid, Spain: Centro de Investigaciones Sociologicas: 123-33.
“Gender, Nation, and the Colonial Condition.” Political Sociology: Syllabi and Instructional Materials, Fourth Edition, edited by Sarah Sobieraj. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.
“Introduction to Sociology.” Introductory Sociology Resource Manual, Fifth Edition, edited by James Sikora and Teodora O. Amoloza. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.
1998 “The Palestinian Women’s Autonomous Movement: Emergence, Dynamics, and Challenges.” Gender & Society, vol. 12, No.6, December 1998.
1995 “The Empowerment of Palestinian Women.” In Sharabi, H., et al. Palestinian Elections: A Special Report. Washington, DC.: The Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine.
1992 “The Feminist Behind the Spokesperson: An Exclusive Interview with Hanan Ashrawi.” MS: The World of Women, January-February, 1992.
1999 “Palestinian Higher Education: Assertive, Gender-Sensitive and Student-Friendly Pedagogy.” Analytical and assessment Report produced for the United Nations Development Program, Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People, Jerusalem.
1987-1992 News commentary and analysis on Middle East politics, cultures, economies, and societies; US Foreign Policy; and the United Nations. Over 70 Arabic and English-language newspaper and magazine articles appearing in Al-Fajr, Christianity and Crisis, The Guardian, The Non-Violent Activist, The Mobilizer, Palestine Focus, Voice of Palestinian Women, Washington Report on the Middle East, Womanews, Al-Ittihad, Al-Khalij, Al-Quds, Asharq Al-Awsat, Al-Hadaf, Al-Hurriyah, and Falastin Al-Thawra
2002 “Lives in Exile: Gender, Displacement and Diaspora.” New York University (Summer).
“Studying Sex, Studying Gender.” New York University. (Spring).
“Senior Seminar: Feminist Theory.” New York University. (Spring)
2001 “Introduction to Women’s Studies.” New York University. (Fall)
“Border Crossing: Gender, Displacement and the Politics of Research.” American University in Cairo (Summer). Graduate Seminar.
“Colonial Legacies, Post-Colonial Discourse: Perspectives on Resistance and Revolution.” American University in Cairo. (Summer).
“Refugees and Exiles: The Palestinian Experience from Nakbah to Oslo.” American University in Cairo. (Spring). Graduate/Undergraduate.
“Arab Society.” American University in Cairo. (Spring 2001/Fall 2000).
“Introduction to Sociology.” American University in Cairo. (Spring 2001/Fall 2000).
2000 “Ethnicity, Identity and Nationalism.” American University in Cairo. (Fall). Graduate Seminar.
“Foundations of Modern Social Thought.” Yale University. (Summer)
“Introduction to Women’s Studies.” Hunter College. (Summer).
1999 “Social Problems.” Westchester Community College. (Fall)
“Introduction to Women’s Studies.” Hunter College. (Summer)
“Gender, Nation, and the Colonial Condition.” Hunter College. (Summer)
“Social Problems.” Yale University. TA. (Spring)
Gender and Development. Hunter College. (Spring)
“Marriage and the Family.” Westchester Community College. (Spring)
1998 “Gender, Identity, and Society in the Middle East.” Yale University. (Fall)
Introduction to Women’s Studies (Bilingual: Arabic/English). Bir Zeit University. (Spring)
1997 “Ideas and Illustrations in Historical Sociology.” TA. Yale University (Spring)