Maria Frederika Malmström is Associate Professor at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, where she, in January 2017, started a collaborative research project The Materiality of Suspicion and the Ambiguity
of the Familiar: Nigerian and Egyptian Cityscapes together with Professor Mark LeVine, Dr Ulrika Trovalla and Eric Trovalla. The 5-year project is funded by FORMAS.
In January 2018, she began the research project Making and Unmaking Masculinities and Religious Identities through the Politics of the Ear in Egypt. The 3-year research project is funded by RJ.
She is currently Visiting Research Scholar in the Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center, Graduate Center, CUNY.
Materiality, affect, suspicion, bodies, politics
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