Dalia Abdelhady (PhD in Sociology, State University of New York at Albany) works with various issues related to migration from and through the Middle East. Following a comparative perspective, her work focuses on the meeting point between individual immigrants (and their communities) and institutions in receiving countries (such as schools, labour markets, media and political policies).
- Media portrayals of the 2015 refugee crisis
- Forms of solidarity and communal belonging among Syrian refugees
- The experiences of socio-economic mobility among the children of immigrants
- The interplay between globalization and nationalism in the shaping women’s public roles
(Course co-ordinator) CMEN02: Key Theories in Middle Eastern Studies (Autumn 2018)
(Course co-ordinator) CMEN19: Middle Eastern Refugees in the Global North (Spring 2019)
(Course co-ordinator) CMEM01: Master's Thesis