Nadia Z. Hasan
Nadia Z. Hasan is a sessional lecturer at York University and is the Research Outreach Coordinator for the York Centre for Asian Research. She has a PhD in Political Science (York University) with a specialization in transnational feminism. Her research critically analyzes epistemologies of women’s engagements with Islam in Pakistan and the Pakistani diaspora through organizations such as Al-Huda International. She also works on South Asian diasporas in Canada and representations of Islam in popular culture. Nadia is a founding member of the South Asia Research Group and teaches courses in South Asian Studies, religion, gender, and feminism.
Hasan, N. Z. (2015). Unscripting Piety: Muslim Women, Pakistani Nationalism, and Islamic Feminism. PhD diss., York University. https://yorkspace.library.yorku.ca/xmlui/handle/10315/32188
Hasan, N. Z. and S. Sayeed (2013). Animating Pakistan. In Tanqeed: A magazine of politics and culture. http://www.tanqeed.org/2013/11/animating-pakistan/
Keywords: Transnational feminism; critical race; postcolonial studies; South Asian Studies; religion and gender; Islam; Pakistan; Muslim women; diaspora and migration; Al-Huda