Dr. Monia Chouari Jerfel
Dr. Monia Chouari Jerfel, Associate Professor (Joint-PhD). Research: Women and Gender Studies in Literature and Society. Certified TEYL Trainer (Washington); Lecturer on Theories of Gender (Cultural Studies, MA); member in : “Approaches to Discourse” Lab, Scientific Edition Board, National Scholarship Committee, National Sectoral Committee; Coach at the University Gender Cell; President of PMO Communication Committee. Book: Unveiling the Self; articles, “Breaking with Biological Determinism”; “Women and Leadership”& “Academic promotion and leadership.”
Dr. Allassad Alhuzail
Dr. Allassad Alhuzail, senior Lecturer, School of Social Work, Sapir Academic College, Israel. Her research deals with the implications of social change for the lives of three generations of Bedouin women, Poverty, youth at risk and women in traditional and religious societies.
Dr. Prachi Priyanka
Dr. Prachi Priyanka is Assistant Professor in the Department of English, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Sharda University, India. Her areas of interest include intertextuality and visual culture, Indian literature, Partition narratives and Victorian studies. She has published papers in several national and international journals. Dr Prachi’s book ‘Thistle & Weeds’ was published in 2016.
Dr. Sana Kadhim Qati
Dr. Sana Kadhim Qati holds Ph. D. degree in Political Science. Her current position is Assistant Professor of Political Thought in College of Political Science, University of Baghdad, Iraq. Her main areas of interest are gender studies, studies of conflict and peace, political thought, western eastern studies, dialogue of religions and civilizations, intellectual security and environmental studies, intellectual Islamic studies.
Dr. Inass Abdulsada Ali
Dr. Inass Abdulsada Ali is a Ph.D. in International Studies. She is the Dean Assistant of Scientific Affairs and Assistant Professor of International Studies at the College of Political Sciences, University of Baghdad.
Prof. Dr. Isabel Cristina Carvalho
Researcher at Research Centre in Arts and Communication (CIAC-UAb), Aberta University. Degree in Architecture, Postgraduate in Town Planning, Environment and Urban Design, Postgraduate in Town Management, PhD in Digital Media Arts. In 2019, her research project “Gender in Map – women empowerment in planning and urban development” was funded. She develops research in collaborative mapping processes and data visualization. The focus of her research and artistic practice is the interaction between people, urban space and technology. Her areas of scientific interest are Digital Media Art, Art Activism, Women’s studies.
Dr. Aparna Bandyopadhyay
Dr. Aparna Bandyopadhyay is Associate Professor in History at Diamond Harbour Women’s University, West Bengal, India. Her book, Desire and Defiance: A Study of Bengali Women in Love 1850—1930, was published in 2016. Her research focuses on the gender history of colonial Bengal.
Mrs. Swati Vohra
Mrs. Swati Vohra has got her M.A in International Peace Studies from Soka University Japan. She is currently a Research Associate at Soka University & Toyo University, Japan. Her main areas of Interest are Women & Gender Studies, Ethics of Care, Women and Leadership.
Mrs. Anna Triningsih
Mrs. Anna Triningsih is an Doctoral Candidate Program at Diponegoro University. Anna is also senior researchers at The Constitutional Court of The Republic of Indonesia and a Lecturer at Faculty of Law, Esa Unggul University. Her main research intersts include Constitutional Law, Human Rights, and Intellectual Property Rights.
Ms. Maria Kalfa
Ms. Maria Kalfa is a Social Anthropologist. She has four masters in Gender Studies, Multicultural Education, Management and Organization of Educational Units and Social Policy in crisis. She is also a PhD Candidate in Political Science in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and she has a scholarship from ELIDEK for her dissertation. She participated in many conferences and now she is also review critic.
Mrs. Sabeehah Ravat
Mrs. Sabeehah Ravat is currently a Masters fellow in Women and Gender Studies at the University of South Florida. Their research interests are the racialised construction/ contestation of gender in professional sports as well as Queer Muslim experience and kinship. Sabeehah presents their research at various institutional and regional conferences. Sabeehah plans to pursue a PhD in Women and Gender Studies.
Ms. Grace Chenxin Liu
Ms. Grace Chenxin Liu is an American national award-winning junior journalist, national Chinese speech and writing contest winner, Long Island Young Scholar for Mathematics, and Co-Founder of ABC Media (a national student-led organization). Currently, she is a middle-school student in the USA. Her research interests are gender, AI, and sustainability impact. In her spare time, she loves fencing and art.
Ms. Edita Bratanovic
Ms. Edita Bratanovic is a PhD student in English literature. She has acquired a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English language and literature and currently works as an English teacher. Her areas of interests are English literature and feminist criticism, intertwined with the fields of history, sociology, psychology and psychoanalysis.
Mrs. Amber Castellanos
Mrs. Amber Castellanos, has an English AA, a Creative Writing BA, and just recently graduated with an English Literature MA. The work that she has done includes being a Supplemental Instructor, Writing Center Tutor, tutor, Puente Program Mentor, and overall active community volunteer. She has worked with students of all ages and hopes to one day teach.
Mrs. Shelly A Kumar
I am Shelly and an MPhil Scholar in Ambedkar University Delhi, India. Currently, I am doing research in a rural area of Bihar (one of the states in India) with a tribal community. My areas of interest are gender transformation in Indian women, gender-role in cultural, social, socio-economic process, empowerment of women, women and development, women in social entrepreneurship, women in leadership and so on.
Ms. Lameaa Jabbar Ateia
Ms. Lameaa Jabbar Ateia has Bachelor’s degree in Political Sciences from Al Mustansiriyah University. She currently studies International relations, with major in feminist theory in international relations. She has previously worked as a member in a political party called the Irada movement (Harakat Irada), specialized in feminist activities.