Dr. Latif to Present Lecture on Palestinian Refugees

Nadia Latif

The Department of Religious Studies and the Middle East Institute are proud to co-sponsor a lecture by Nadia Latif, Assistant Professor in Religious Studies and an affiliate faculty member of the Middle East Institute.

Time: Wednesday, March 26 from 12:00pm – 1:15pm

Place: Department of History Conference Room 2131 in the 34 Peachtree Building

Title: Do you think we are happy here? Operational narrative in Palestine refugee imaginaries of home.


Dr. Latif’s research interests include: political struggles in the modern Middle East, humanitarian assistance and the refugee subject, digital media and representations of violence, human rights, and gender and structural violence. Selected publications include:

“‘it was better during the war’: narratives of everyday violence in a Palestinian refugee camp.” Feminist Review (2012) 101, 24–40.

Fellahin, fidaʾyīn, lājaʾyīn: Palestinian camp refugees in Lebanon as autochthons.” Journal of Arab Studies 19.1 (2011): 46-77.

Making Refugees.” The New Centennial Review 8.2 (2008): 253-272.

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