Our Feminist Studies Mentorship Programme supports mutual learning and knowledge exchange. The programme started in October 2019, and offered six places for monthly one-to-one supervisory meetings, academic writing support and guidance with opportunities for co-authorship, publications, and research dissemination. Mentorship is being provided directly by CTDC’s co-founders and co-directors, Dr Nour Abu-Assab and Dr Nof Nasser-Eddin. Our mentorship programme covers the following themes:

  • Class, Capitalism and Neoliberalism,
  • Decoloniality and Decolonising Methods,
  • Feminist Knowledge Production,
  • Feminist Methodologies,
  • Feminist Political Theory and Governance,
  • Gender Performances
  • Identity Politics,
  • Informal Education and Pedagogy,
  • Intersectionality in Theory and Practice,
  • Language and Translation,
  • Minorities and Marginalised Communities,
  • Movement Building and Mobilising,
  • Queer Theory and Methodologies,
  • Race, Ethnicities and Nationalisms,
  • Refugeehood, Migration and Displacement,
  • Sexualities,
  • Reproductive, Sexual and Gender Justice,
  • Sociology of Religion,
  • Transnationalism.