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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA)
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Lubaaba 🖤💚 Sep 18
I always look forward to this weekly books round up from our New Editor ! 📚
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 18
One by our sis ! If you'd like to join, drop her a DM for details.
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 18
Very good news from our wonderful sis 🥳🎉 wishing you every success in the world isA.
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Fauzia Ahmad Sep 17
This is powerful spoken word by is worth watching & reflecting on several times over - a powerful rejoinder to all those who seek to excuse misogyny, abuse, rape, who victim-blame & mock - all those actions & non-actions that normalise abuse
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 18
One not to miss! Chaired by our sis and with our sis on the panel. 👏🏽👏🏽
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The British Academy Sep 16
Tune in to our first event in the ‘Why history?’ series this evening at 6pm. Dr joins journalist to discuss how we understand race, empire and the history of extinction. Book now:
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Medieval and Early Modern Orients (MEMOs) Sep 17
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 16
A sister's only session led by our own ! do join iA!
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Medieval and Early Modern Orients (MEMOs) Sep 16
ONLINE LECTURE: ‘The Impostor Sea: Fraud in the Medieval Mediterranean’ by Dr. Hussein Fancy | MEMOs
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Medieval and Early Modern Orients (MEMOs) Sep 16
ONLINE SEMINAR: Shakespeare, Race, and Performance: A Conversation with Dr. Erika T. Lin and Keith Hamilton Cobb | MEMOs
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 16
. writes about the impact of on sharia councils in the U.K. 👇🏽
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 16
Our ’s latest - powerful spoken word on the myth of masculinity
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 15
Senior Programme Manager -Our Shared Cultural Heritage
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 14
Post Doctoral Research Associate at SOAS University of London
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The British Academy Sep 12
On Thursday 17 Sept, join historian for a discussion on the connections between race, empire and the history of extinction, chaired by and hosted on our YouTube channel:
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 14
Two PhD positions in Near and Middle Eastern Studies - Academic Positions
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Malaka Sep 14
In my just published article, I used feminist anthropology and interview data to investigate the gendered dimension of hunger striking in Israeli prisons and critique resilience discourses.
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Network of Sisters in Academia (NeSA) Sep 14
PhD Studentship - Sustainability, Migration and Environmental Justice at The University of Manchester
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Medieval and Early Modern Orients (MEMOs) Sep 8
So, who's excited about the 🎉FIRST🎉MEMOs🎉LIVE🎉SEMINAR🎉? We can't wait! Join us as we ask: 🗣"Who Speaks for History?"🗣 ⏰Sept 23rd, 6pm (UK)!⏰ ✍🏽️Register FREE: With Sponsored by
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Fauzia Ahmad Sep 12
Alhumdulilah I'm happy to announce that earlier this wk I was offered an extn to my contract . This proves that ! So many to thank for unwavering solidarity, love & support ✊🏽
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