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Theorizing Gender and the Sectarian State: Evidence from Iraq and Lebanon

Rola, giving a talk. Picture.

Watch Rola El-Husseini give a talk on her current research project at the Winter doctoral school of the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies in Doha.


 "Theorizing Gender and the Sectarian State: Evidence from Iraq and Lebanon."  (a film on Youtube)


Winter doctoral school of the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies in Doha, Qatar

The objective of the winter school/program is to provide an in-depth and critical look at specifically selected topics in the broader study of the Middle East. For participating scholars, it provides an opportunity to network with regional scholars, gain substantive content unavailable in their home institutions and countries, and receive feedback from respected scholars.