Scholar Workshop #2: Scholar Network Issue Deep Dive
October 19, 13:15 ET-14:15 ET
- 18:15 Lagos
- 20:15 Nairobi
- 14:15 São Paulo
- 10:15 San Francisco
- 17:15 GMT
Scholars will engage in a deep-dive on their work, presenting the research they are doing, highlighting some high-level trends, and opening up for feedback. The presented research will focus on youth political protest and social movements, and the intersection of youth and labor movements.
Assistant Professor at the American University in Cairo's Department of Sociology, Egyptology and Anthropology
Abdalla was an EUME post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Politics at the Freie Universitat of Berlin. Currently, she is working on her book manuscript based on her PhD thesis called, "Labor against the State-Workers Mobilizations under Egypt’s Mubarak (2004-2011)."
Professor of Sociology and (by courtesy) Government and Public Policy at the University of Arizona
Earl taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) before joining Arizona. Her research focuses on social movements and the sociology of law, with research emphases on the Internet and social movements, social movement repression, and legal change.
Magaña’s research focuses on the cultural politics of youth organizing, transnational migration, urban space, and social movements in Mexico and the United States. He is author of Cartographies of Youth Resistance: Hip-Hop, Punk, and Urban Autonomy in Mexico (University of California Press, 2020).