Read the article, “‘I Have Ambition’: Muhammad Ramadan’s Proletarian Masculinities in Postrevolution Egyptian Cinema,” in International Journal of Middle East Studies!
Like tens of thousands of undergraduates in the Days of Corona, the 8 brilliant graduating seniors in the Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies Program (GSFS) at Duke University had to make due without the usual commencement celebrations. After discussing Octavia Butler’s novel Imago (1989), we marked the last day of classes (LDOC) on April 22, 2020 in the Senior Seminar (GSF 499S) with Zoom portraits.
Photo by Melanie Camejo Coffigney. From top left to bottom right: Frances S. Hasso, Melanie Camejo Coffigney (Neuroscience & GSFS), Amelia Windemuth (GSFS & Global Health), Hadeel Abdelhy (GSFS), Jennifer Uzcategui (Biology & GSFS), Saumya Sao (GSFS & Global Health), Kyra Citron (Psychology & GSFS), Jay Zussman (Biophysics & GSFS), and Tara Smith (GSFS). Photo published with individual permission of each student.
November 22, 2019 Keynote Lecture: Contraception and Induced Abortion in Historic Palestine in Law and Practice at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Ciudad de México. Organized by Dra. Camila Pastor, Dra. Indira Sánchez, and Miguel Fuentes Carreño. https://www.cide.edu/semanaarabe/programa/
November 23, 2019 Master Class on Feminist Methodologies and Theories at Alianza Francesa de Polanco, Mexico City. Arab Week in Mexico.
Read my article “Masculine Love and Sensuous Reason: The Affective and Spatial Politics of Egyptian Ultras Football Fans,” in Gender, Place & Culture!