Invited Researcher of DEA Programme Stay in France: from July 4th to July 15th and from October 17th to October 28th
Published at 4 July 2022
After a PhD in co-supervision in French and Sociology from the University of Bristol UK and CADIS, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in 2003, Nadia Kiwan first obtained a research position as part of a European project on cultural policy in diverse urban spaces at the University of Southampton (2003-2005), then accepted a permanent position in French and Francophone Studies at the University of Aberdeen in 2006. Kiwan's research is situated within the framework of French-speaking postcolonial studies and she works on the legacies of postcolonial migration, representations of Islam and secularism, intersectional and decolonial feminist social movements.
Title: Intersectional Feminist Social Movements in Contemporary France
Keywords: Intersectionality, feminisms, decolonial studies, social movements, France
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