Reacting to the Gaze: Understanding the Muslim Woman Identity and its implication for classroom context

One of my first vivid memories of my Muslim identity was in 2004. My family was bound to leave for  the United States for my father’s work. A major concern was whether or not my mother, a hijab wearing woman, should continue donning it when the memory of 9/11 was still fresh and our safety was notContinue reading “Reacting to the Gaze: Understanding the Muslim Woman Identity and its implication for classroom context”

Precarity reflections

– Michèle le Roux – In her recent piece in the THES, Rachel Moss suggests that “precarity…[is] as much a state of mind as a state of employment.” She shares her own and others’ experience of the lasting toll that precarity takes on the mind, even for those who do eventually find more secure employmentContinue reading “Precarity reflections”