Postcolonial approaches to Islamophobia: An Interdisciplinary seminar exploring critical and creative approaches at NTU
For Islamophobia Awareness Month, NTU students Ramisha Rafique and Noor Ali will be discussing their current research projects during this seminar. This will consist of two 15-20 minute presentations, followed by a Q & A.
- From: Tuesday 22 November 2022, 1 pm
- To: Tuesday 22 November 2022, 2 pm
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Ramisha Rafique’s creative-critical PhD project title is: ‘The Ontology of The Postcolonial Flâneuse and Decolonisation in British Muslim Women’s Writing’. This doctoral project explores the ontology of the postcolonial flâneuse through a close examination of British Muslim women’s writing. Her research interests include: The flâneuse, postcolonial writing, decolonisation, British Muslim women’s writing, travel writing, and Islamophobia.
Noor Ali is an academic associate and critical psychology researcher, her PHD is concerned with understanding the colonial imposition on Muslim Marginalisation, through using a decolonial psychology lens. Noor’s research interests include critical psychology, trauma, post-colonial studies, anthropology and religion.
Please note: This event is open to NTU students and staff only.