Media, Public Speaking and Awards
“The Politics of Care” -Radio Interview with TAYO (Regent Radio)
“Feminist Muslim Voices” -A dialogue Installation with Dr. amina wadud for Emma Talks at Simon Fraser University
“Women in Politics: Road to Equal Representation” -A Panel organized by UBC SPPGA and Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions
Testimony for the Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights – Islamophobia in Canada Study
“The Mother Load: Why mums are leaving the workforce” (Radio Interview for CBC On the Coast)
Selected Conferences and Public Lectures
2022. The Breathwork of Ar-Rahman: An Islamic Vision of Birth Justice , Canadian Council of Muslim Women , Scholars’ Series, via. Zoom. (Watch it here)
2022. Cosmologies of Care: An Islamic Vision of Disability Justice, Care Ethics Department at the University for Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands, via. Zoom
2022. A Care-based Epistemology of Islam , University of Saskatchewan Department of Political Studies, via Zoom.
2022. A Care-Based Epistemology of Islam , University of Houston-Hobby School of Public Affairs, via Zoom. (Watch it here)
2019. Learning from Muslim and Indigenous Communities of Care , Canadian Political Science Association (CPSA), Vancouver (BC).
2019. Towards a De-Colonial and Islamic Ethic of Care , Western Political Science Association (WPSA), San Diego (CA).
2018.In Search of Hajar’s Water: Learning to Love our (M)Others, Mini-Conference on Care Ethics, Western Political Science Association (WPSA), San Francisco (CA).
Journal Article: In the Desert with Maryam: An Islamic Ethic of Reproductive Care
Journal: Canadian Ethics Studies, Special Issue, 2022 “Pandemic Perspectives: Racialized and Gendered Experiences of Refugee and Immigrant” Families in Canada
Status: October 2022
Co-Authored Book Chapter: “Your absence is not an accident…a conversation between dissident friends”
Book: Feministing Political Science
Editors: Dr. Fiona Macdonald and Dr.Stephanie Paterson
Co-Authors: Dr. Kelly Aguirre and Dr. Mariame Georgis
Book Chapter: “In the Belly of the Whale: (De)Colonial Readings of Disability and Interdependency”
Book: Care Ethics, Religions and Spiritual Traditions
Editors: Dr. Maurice Hamington, Dr. Inge van Nistelrooij, and Dr. Maureen Sander-Staudt
Open-Access: Read it here!
Book Review: Comparative Care Ethics, Feminist Epistemology, and the Mahabharata
Journal: International Journal of Care and Caring
Status: Read it Here!
Short Story: “How to Emerge from the Belly of the Whale”
Anthology: “Wherever I Find Myself: Stories by Canadian Immigrant Women” by Caitlin Press
Published: April 2017 –Buy it here!
“De-Colonizing Our Knowledge Relations” (Vancouver 2017, 2018, 2019)
Professional Development workshop for Columbia College Faculty and Staff
“The Breath-Work of Moral Repair” (Toronto, Vancouver 2017)
Workshop at the 187 Studio in Toronto for Black, Indigenous and Women of Colour community members on moral injury, care and intergenerational responsibility in post-conflict societies.
In collaboration with Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Comparative Muslim Studies, as a fellow for the Muslim Community Fellowship, I will be launching “The ZamZam Well” in November 2019. It is an online and crowdsourced database of feminist, de-colonial, queer and intersectional Islamic thought and praxis. The aim of this platform is to democratize Islamic knowledge production by empowering marginalized Muslims as interpretive and epistemic authorities.
Revolutionary Love Project Ethics Research Fellow (2016-2018)
Produced weekly research memos and literature reviews to support Valarie Kaur in writing her book “Revolutionary Love: The Call of our Times.” I also worked with a team of research fellows to assist in movement building by creating a public curriculum and tools, edit Ted Talks and design public engagement tools to address the rise of hate crimes in the US.
Committees (Columbia College)
Member- Board of Directors (Elected) (October 2019-2020)
Member- Local Committee for the World University Service of Canada’s Student Refugee Program