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Joel W. Abdelmoez

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Works at Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies
Telephone 08-16 28 97
Email jw.abdelmoez@su.se
Visiting address Kräftriket 1
Postal address Mellanösternstudier 106 91 Stockholm

About me

I am a deputy director of studies in the area of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures at the Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies.

My main interests are arab media and cultural studies, gender and masculinities, and critical military studies. I am currently working on my MA, which deals with the Saudi government's use of social media, mainly Twitter, to communicate solidarity with the victims after terrorist attacks. This study utilizes rhetorical criticism to explore “grievability” – that is, whose lives are considered “worthy” of our grief. 

Besides my work and studies, I am also opinion editor for the MENA Magazine, chairperson for the Swedish MENA Association, classical pianist, and an avid SitCom-fan.

Education:

  • MA in Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures (ongoing, Stockholm University)
  • BA in Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures: "Media, Military and Masculinity: A semiotic analysis of men, masculinities and the military in Egyptian online press" (2015, Stockholm University)

Publications (peer reviewed):

  • "Muskler, Mustascher och Machomän: Preliminära tankar om maskulinitet i Egyptisk media" in Orientaliska Studier, no. 152 p. 5-19 (in Swedish)(2017).
  • “Is It a Revolution or a Coup? Scandinavian Media Representations of the Ousting of Mohamed Morsy” in Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies , vol 6, no. 2, pp. 109-131 (2017) 
  • “Thawra di wala Inqilab? Representationer av muhammad mursis avsättande i egyptiska och nordiska nättidningar” in Babylon: Nordic Journal of Middle East Studies, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 100-113 (in Swedish)(2014)

Undergraduate publications (peer reviewed):

  • “Radicalization of Politics: Obstructing the Oslo Peace Process” in Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Excellencevol. 6, no. 1, pp. 46-48 (2015) 

 

Teaching

Spring semester -17:

  • Politics and religion in the Middle East and North Africa (7.5 ECTS)
  • Minorities and migration (7.5 ECTS)
  • Middle Eastern and North African media (7.5 ECTS)

Spring semester -18:

  • Gender and feminism in the Middle East (7.5 ECTS)
  • Middle Eastern and North African media (7.5 ECTS)

Last updated: October 2, 2017

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