Sara Rahnama is an Assistant Professor of History at Morgan State University, where she specializes in Modern Middle Eastern History with an emphasis on gender, Islam, and empire. She received her doctorate in History from Johns Hopkins University in 2018. She is currently working on her book manuscript, which examines how writing about women was a key forum through which Algerian commentators reclaimed dignity after a century under colonial rule and imagined prosperous, feminist Algerian futures.
Geographic Areas of Interest
Colonialism, Gender, Print Culture
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