Haideh Moghissi

Department of Equity Studies

Professor

Office: Atkinson College, 330
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 20842
Emailmoghissi@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409402879

Dr. Moghissi was a founder of the Iranian National Union of Women and member of its first executive and editorial boards, before leaving Iran in 1984.

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Her publications include articles in refereed journals and chapters in edited volumes and following books: Muslim Diaspora, Gender, Culture and Identity (ed.) London: Routledge (2006) Three volume Women and Islam:Critical Concepts in Sociology (ed.) London: Routledge (2005); Feminism and Islamic Fundamentalism: The Limits of Postmodern Analysis, London: Oxford University Press 2000 (Zed Press, 1999, winner of Choice Outstanding Academic Book Award) and Populism and Feminism in Iran :Women's Struggle in a Male-Defined Revolutionary Movement, London: Macmillan Press; New York: St.Martin's Press (1994.). She has served as Coordinator, Certificate for Anti-Racist Research and Practice (CARRP) and Chair of the Executive Committee of Centre for Feminist Research at York University and also as a member of the executive committee of the Centre for Refugee Studies. She has served as a commentator on Iran and women in the Middle East on BBC World Service, CBC, Radio France, and Voice of America, and on the Editorial/Advisory Boards of Journal of Comparative Public Policy, the Rutledge Women and Politics Series, Resources for Feminist Research , and Women in Struggle and Equality (Tehran). Presently she is the director of an international comparative research project, “Diaspora, Islam and Gender”, that is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC) and the co-principle investigator of a Ford Foundation research project, “Muslim diasporas: Heightened Islamic identity, gender, and cultural resistance.”

Degrees

Ph.D., Political Studies, Queen's University
M.A., Political Studies, Queen's University
B.A. (Honours), Law and Political Science, Tehran University

Professional Leadership

i) Editorial Boards

1999- Member, Advisory Board, Resources for Feminist Research.
1998- Member, Advisory Board, Journal of Comparative Public Policy.
1996-99 Member, Editorial Board, Resources for Feminist Research.
1994-97 Member, Advisory Board, Routledge Women and Politics Series.
1980-81 Editor, Women in Struggle, Tehran.
1979 Member, Editorial Board, Equality, Tehran.

ii) Grant and Personnel Committees

Director/Principal Investigator, SSHRC MCRI Project, Diaspora, Islam and Gender, 2001-2005;
Director/Principal Investigator, Ford Foundation Educational Project for Palestinian researchers in the West Bank and Gaza, 2002-2006;
Co-director/Principal Investigator (with Saeed Rahnema) Ford Foundation, Muslim diasporas: Heightened Islamic identity, gender, and cultural resistance. (2006-present).

iii) Journal Referee

2007 Journal of Sociology
2006 Gender, Place and Culture
2006 Journal of Political Studies
2003- Journal of Studies in Religion
2002- Women’s Studies International Forum,
2000- Atlantis, a Women’s Studies Journal.
2000 Anthropologie et societe.
1995 International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies
1995 Journal of Women's History, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
1993- Resources for Feminist Research, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

Research Interests

Middle East Politics and Culture; Islam and Gender; Human Rights; Diversity, ethnicity and immigration; race relations and policies

Selected Publications

Moghissi, H. 2009. Diaspora by Design: Muslims in Canada and Beyond, University of Toronto Press (co-authored by Saeed Rahnema and Mark Goodman).

Moghissi, H. 2008. ‘Islamic Cultural Nationalism and Gender Politics in Iran’ Third World Quarterly , Vol. 29, No. 3, 2008.

Current Research Projects

Muslim Diaspora, Islamicphobia and Challenges to Multiculturalism


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Ford Foundation


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Specific Research Grant (Non Leave) (York University)


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Specific Research Grant (Non Leave) (York University)

Muslim Diaspora, Heightened Identity, Gender and Cultural Resistance


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Ford Foundation

Selected Publications

Moghissi, H. 2009. Diaspora by Design: Muslims in Canada and Beyond, University of Toronto Press (co-authored by Saeed Rahnema and Mark Goodman).

Moghissi, H. 2008. ‘Islamic Cultural Nationalism and Gender Politics in Iran’ Third World Quarterly , Vol. 29, No. 3, 2008.

All Publications

Books

Moghissi, H. 2009. Diaspora by Design: Muslims in Canada and Beyond, University of Toronto Press (co-authored by Saeed Rahnema and Mark Goodman).

Moghissi, H. 2006. Editor, Muslim Diaspora, Gender, Culture and Identity, London: Routledge Publishers.

Moghissi, H. 2005. Editor, three volumes, Routledge Reference Series, Women and Islam: Critical Concepts in Sociology , London: Routledge Publishers.

Moghissi, H. 2000. Feminism and Islamic Fundamentalism: The Limits of Postmodern Analysis, Oxford University Press, Pakistan (First print Zed Press, London, 1999.

Moghissi, H. 1996 Paperback edition, Populism and Feminism in Iran :Women's Struggle in a Male- Defined Revolutionary Movement, London: Macmillan Press; New York: St.Martin's Press (hard cover, 1994.)

Book Chapters

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Researching the marginalized communities: Promises and perils’, in Vijay Agnew (ed) Diaspora, Memory, And Identity: A Search for Home, Toronto: University of Toronto Press .

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Troubled Relations: Women, and the Left in Iran’, in Reformers and Revolutionaries in Modern Iran: New Perspectives on the Iranian Left, Stephanie Cronin (ed.), London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Women, Resistance and Protest in Iran’, entry to Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, Suad Joseph, (General Editor), The Netherlands, BRILL Academic Publishers.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘Islam and Feminism’, entry to Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories, Lorraine Code (General Editor), London and New York: Routledge, Pp. 276-77.

Journal Articles

Moghissi, H. 2009 ‘Women and the 1979 Revolution: Refusing Religion-Defined Womanhood’ Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Volume 29, Number 1.

Moghissi, H. 2009 ‘Aging in Diaspora: Iranian Seniors in Toronto’ Arab Studies Quarterly Volume 31, Numbers 1 & 2 (Winter and Spring).

Moghissi, H. 2008. ‘Islamic Cultural Nationalism and Gender Politics in Iran’ Third World Quarterly , Vol. 29, No. 3, 2008.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Armed Struggle is not in the interests of Palestine: Conversation with AbdulMajid Hamdan, Member of the Central Committee of Al-Sha’ab, Arash Monthly, Paris, July.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Some Lessons from the Palestinian Women’s movement’ Arash Monthly, Paris, May 1.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘September 11 and Middle Eastern women: Shrinking space for critical thinking and oppositional politics’ Signs Journal of Women in Culture and Society, Vol 29, no 2, Pp.594-97.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Women’s Revolution in Iranian Revolution’ Shahrvand Weekly, Toronto, 13 (869), March 5.

Moghissi, H. 2002. (with Afsaneh Ashrafi) ‘Afghans in Iran: Asylum Fatigue Overshadows Islamic Brotherhood’, Global Dialogue Vol. 4, No. 4, Pp.89-99.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Diaspora of Islamic cultures, continuity and change: A research project’ Refuge, Volume 21, No. 2.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Further Shrinkage of Space for Feminists in Middle East in Post-September 11’, Shahrvand Weekly, Toronto 12 (767) March.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Reconsidering Gender Relations in Exile”, Shahrvand Weekly, Toronto 11 (665) March 8.

Moghissi, H. 2003. Selection by Colombia E-library Encyclopedia (Sixth Edition) of ‘Clerical Oligarchy and the Question of “Democracy” in Iran’ (Monthly Review Vol. 52, No. 10, 2001), as one of the Premium Ten top sources for the definition of Oligarchy.

Moghissi, H. 2001. (With Saeed Rahnema) , ‘Working Class and Islamic State in Iran’ Socialist Register, Pp. 197-218. Reprint in Reformers and Revolutionaries in Modern Iran: New Perspectives on the Iranian Left, Stephanie Cronin (ed.), London: British Institute of Persian Studies/Routledge.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Resistance Against Gender Equity within Iranian Civil and Political Society’ Dallas, Texas: Shahrvand weekly, 11 (556), March 15.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘Beh Dour Az Khaneh: Zanan Mohajer Iran Dar Canada’ (Away from Home: Iranian Female Diaspora in Canada,) Jens-e Dovoum Journal of Feminist Studies. Tehran: No. 5, July.

Moghissi, H. 1997. ‘Le feminisme peut-il aussi etre Islamique? Non c'est une illusion postmoderne’ Courrier international No. 364, October 23-29, page 52.

Conference Proceedings

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘Islamic Feminism and Its Discontent’ in Feminism and its Future in Islamic Cultures, Fatima Sidiqi (ed.) University of Fez, Morocco.

Conference Papers

Moghissi, H. 2010 ‘The other side of struggle for Democracy in Iran’ Politics and Poetics of Women’s Resistance conference, University of Toronto, May 11-12.

Moghissi, H. 2009 Plenary Speaker Iranian Women’s Foundation Annual Conference, Hanover, Germany, June 22-23.

Moghissi, H. 2009 Plenary Speaker Conference on Human Right in Iran, York University September 12.

Moghissi, H. 2009 Invited speaker, “Iran, Past and Present” Al-Quds Unviersity, Jerusalem, West Bank, December 7.

Moghissi, H. 2008 (Guest speaker) ‘Closed Passages: Muslim Women, Islamism, Feminism’, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, US, March 2nd.

Moghissi, H. 2007. Chair, ‘Relocating cultures and culture transfer’ panel, Conference on The Contentious Question of Culture(s) in Contemporary Societies, University of Delhi, Delhi, India, March 1-3.

Moghissi, H. 2007. ‘The right to claim rights in Iranian political and civic life’, conference on human rights in Iran, Iranian Queer Organization, January 26.

Moghissi, H. 2007 (Keynote Speaker), ‘Muslims in Canada: The Politics of Adopted and Ascribed Identity’, Launching of Ethnicity, Race and Indigeniety program, York University, October 1st.

2007 (Keynote Speaker), ‘Islamic Feminism Revisited’ University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, Engaging Islam conference, September 12.

Moghissi, H. 2006. (Plenary Speaker) , ‘Muslim women in western societies’, Trudeau Foundation Conference on Public Policy, Vancouver, November 16-18.

Moghissi, H. 2006. (Plenary Speaker) , ‘From cautious steps to determined steps: One hundred years of struggle for rights’ 17th Annual Conference of Iranian Women’s Studies Foundation, Montreal, June 2.

Moghissi, H. 2006. (Plenary Speaker) , ‘Hazards of Belonging: Muslim diasporas, gender relations, social locations and ethnic identities’ Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Congress of Social Science and Humanities Conference, June 1.

Moghissi, H. 2006. (Keynote Speaker) ‘Muslim Diasporas: Ethno-religious identity, Multiculturalism and gender’, in ‘Islam and Gender: Social Change and Cultural Diversity in Muslim Communities’ conference, State University of Michigan, Lansing, March 16-17.

Moghissi, H. 2006. ‘The New World (Dis)order and Muslim Diasporas in the West: Redefining Multiculturalism’ International Symposium, Civilization and World orders, Foundation for Science and Arts, Istanbul, Turkey, 12-14 May.

Moghissi, H. 2006. Discussant, ‘Looking for Ethics in America’, Progressive Values and Religion Working Group, Ford Foundation, New York, June 5-6.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Islam, Gender and Diaspora: Sharing preliminary findings’ Canadian Council of Refugees Annual meeting, Fredericton, NB, June 1-4.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Exile as Home: Memory and Agency in Diaspora’, University of Maryland, Alliance Across Borders Annual Conference’ April 23-24.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘A feminist reading of security measures in the West and Muslim Diasporas’ response’, Seminar on War, Terrorism, and Our Global Environment, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, April 13.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Muslim Diasporas in Canada: Return to Religion as a counter-culture movement’ Common Grounds Annual conference, Beijing, China, June 30-July 3.

Moghissi, H. 2005. Discussant, ‘Gender and Faith-Based Arbitration’ in Racialized Gender Identities, Centre for Feminist Research conference, November 19.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Women, War and Islamic Fundamentalism’, Women’s Voices From the Middle East Symposium York University, March 6.

Moghissi, H. 2001. ‘Troubled Relations: Women and the Left in contemporary Iran’, Conference on the Left in School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, England, June 30.

Moghissi, H. 2001. ‘Diaspora of Islamic Cultures: Continuity and Change’, Conference on Perspectives on Social Inequalities: Issues of Race, Gender, and Class Worldwide, co-sponsored by Faculty of Graduate Studies, York University, Canada; Howard University, U.S.; University of Western Cape, South Africa; University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. September 14.

Book Reviews

Moghissi, H. 2009 Encountering the Transnational: Women, Islam and Politics of Interpretation, Meena Sharify-Funk, Gender and Development Vol 17, Number 1 March 2009.

Moghissi, H. 2004. Gender, Politics and Islam Theresa Saliba, Carolyn Allen, and Judith A. Howard (eds) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Studies in Religion.

Moghissi, H. 2001. At My Mother’s Feet:Stories of Muslim Women Sadia Zaman (ed.) and Reading Rights: A Woman’s Guide to the Law in Canada, Atlantis, Volume 26, No. 1, pp. 100-101.

Moghissi, H. 2000. A Daughter of ISIS. The Autobiography of Nawal El Saadawi in Women’s Studies International Forum, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp.265-66.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘Review of Rima Berns McGown, Muslims in Diaspora: The Somali Communities in London and Toronto’ in Canadian Journal of Sociology Online, (May-June).

Policy Papers

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘MCRI: Diaspora, Islam Gender Project: an overview’ Notes from the filed, prospects and challenges for Canadian Research in Middle East and Islamic Studies post 9/11, University of Toronto, Toronto, November 4-6, 2005.

Public Lectures

Moghissi, H. 2009 Public Lecture, “Women and Islam Prospects and Problems” Rosa Luxemburg NGO annual conference, Ramallah, West Bank December 10.

Moghissi, H. 2007. ‘Feminism and Islamism in Iran: some contemporary concerns’ Department of Political Studies speakers series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, March 30.

Moghissi, H. 2007. ‘The integration of young Muslims into Canadian society: Preventing both marginalization and extremism’ Public awareness educational programs. 19th Canadian International Youth Forum’. Ontario Science Centre. October 13.

Moghissi, H. 2007. ‘In Search of Authentic “Muslim Woman” Conflicting trends within Feminist knowledge’, Graduate Program in women’s Studies Lecture Series, York University January 16.

Moghissi, H. 2006. ‘Muslim Diasporas: Heightened Islamic identity and gender relations’ Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies, University of Toronto. March 3.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Muslim Diasporas and the West: Re-negotiating Multiculturalism?’ Global South lecture series, York Unviersity, March 23.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Diaspora, Islam and Gender Project: Sharing some of the Findings’, Workshop for Refugee Studies Summer Program, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, June 15.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Islamophobia and the formation of the “Muslim’ Diaspora”, London School of Economics, Department of Sociology, October 13.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Women, Revolution and Social Reform in Iran’, Department of Political Science Lecture Series, University of Victoria, B.C. February 16.

Moghissi, H. 2003. (Keynote address) ‘Multiculturalism in Canada: Myths and Realities’, Kwansei Gakuin University, Uegahara Nishinomiya Campus, Japan, November 15.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Women and Fundamentalism in Islamic Cultures after September 11’, Swedish PEN and Writers’ Association, Stockholm, Sweden, September 16.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Women, Human Rights and Islamic Fundamentalism’, Hatwick College, Oneonta, N.Y April 26.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Reconsidering gender relations in exile’ Toronto, Association of Iranian-Canadian Engineers, February 6.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘September Eleven, Terrorism and Women in Islamic Cultures’, Seventh Annual Day in Applied Psychoanalysis, University of Toronto, October 5.

Moghissi, H. 2001. ‘Women and Fundamentalism: Struggles for Continuity and Change’, The Middle East Centre /Near Eastern Language and Culture, Ohio State University, Columbus, USA. November 1.

Moghissi, H. 2001. Changing gender dynamics in exile: The case of Muslim Diaspora’ Global Studies Seminar Series, Denison University, Granville, USA, October 29.

Moghissi, H. 2001. ‘Islamic Fundamentalism and Human rights’, Southam Fellows, Massey College, University of Toronto, February 4.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘The Missing Link: Gender Politics and Reform Under Islamic Rule in Iran’, The Goodspeed Annual Lecture Series, Denison University, Granville, USA, October 30.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘In the name of Culture: Celebrating Exotic Patriarchy’, Human Rights For The Twenty-First Century”, The Graduate Centre of the City University of New York, New York, November 17-18.

Forthcoming

Moghissi, H. 2010 ‘Islamic Feminism Revisited’ in Islamic Feminism and the Law, Qudsia Mirza, (ed.) London: Cavendish Publishing Limited (In press).


Dr. Moghissi was a founder of the Iranian National Union of Women and member of its first executive and editorial boards, before leaving Iran in 1984.


Her publications include articles in refereed journals and chapters in edited volumes and following books: Muslim Diaspora, Gender, Culture and Identity (ed.) London: Routledge (2006) Three volume Women and Islam:Critical Concepts in Sociology (ed.) London: Routledge (2005); Feminism and Islamic Fundamentalism: The Limits of Postmodern Analysis, London: Oxford University Press 2000 (Zed Press, 1999, winner of Choice Outstanding Academic Book Award) and Populism and Feminism in Iran :Women's Struggle in a Male-Defined Revolutionary Movement, London: Macmillan Press; New York: St.Martin's Press (1994.). She has served as Coordinator, Certificate for Anti-Racist Research and Practice (CARRP) and Chair of the Executive Committee of Centre for Feminist Research at York University and also as a member of the executive committee of the Centre for Refugee Studies. She has served as a commentator on Iran and women in the Middle East on BBC World Service, CBC, Radio France, and Voice of America, and on the Editorial/Advisory Boards of Journal of Comparative Public Policy, the Rutledge Women and Politics Series, Resources for Feminist Research , and Women in Struggle and Equality (Tehran). Presently she is the director of an international comparative research project, “Diaspora, Islam and Gender”, that is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC) and the co-principle investigator of a Ford Foundation research project, “Muslim diasporas: Heightened Islamic identity, gender, and cultural resistance.”

Degrees

Ph.D., Political Studies, Queen's University
M.A., Political Studies, Queen's University
B.A. (Honours), Law and Political Science, Tehran University

Professional Leadership

i) Editorial Boards

1999- Member, Advisory Board, Resources for Feminist Research.
1998- Member, Advisory Board, Journal of Comparative Public Policy.
1996-99 Member, Editorial Board, Resources for Feminist Research.
1994-97 Member, Advisory Board, Routledge Women and Politics Series.
1980-81 Editor, Women in Struggle, Tehran.
1979 Member, Editorial Board, Equality, Tehran.

ii) Grant and Personnel Committees

Director/Principal Investigator, SSHRC MCRI Project, Diaspora, Islam and Gender, 2001-2005;
Director/Principal Investigator, Ford Foundation Educational Project for Palestinian researchers in the West Bank and Gaza, 2002-2006;
Co-director/Principal Investigator (with Saeed Rahnema) Ford Foundation, Muslim diasporas: Heightened Islamic identity, gender, and cultural resistance. (2006-present).

iii) Journal Referee

2007 Journal of Sociology
2006 Gender, Place and Culture
2006 Journal of Political Studies
2003- Journal of Studies in Religion
2002- Women’s Studies International Forum,
2000- Atlantis, a Women’s Studies Journal.
2000 Anthropologie et societe.
1995 International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies
1995 Journal of Women's History, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
1993- Resources for Feminist Research, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

Research Interests:

Human Rights , Middle East Politics and Culture; Islam and Gender; Human Rights; Diversity, ethnicity and immigration; race relations and policies

Current Research Projects

Muslim Diaspora, Islamicphobia and Challenges to Multiculturalism


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Ford Foundation


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Specific Research Grant (Non Leave) (York University)


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Specific Research Grant (Non Leave) (York University)

Muslim Diaspora, Heightened Identity, Gender and Cultural Resistance


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Ford Foundation

All Publications

Books

Moghissi, H. 2009. Diaspora by Design: Muslims in Canada and Beyond, University of Toronto Press (co-authored by Saeed Rahnema and Mark Goodman).

Moghissi, H. 2006. Editor, Muslim Diaspora, Gender, Culture and Identity, London: Routledge Publishers.

Moghissi, H. 2005. Editor, three volumes, Routledge Reference Series, Women and Islam: Critical Concepts in Sociology , London: Routledge Publishers.

Moghissi, H. 2000. Feminism and Islamic Fundamentalism: The Limits of Postmodern Analysis, Oxford University Press, Pakistan (First print Zed Press, London, 1999.

Moghissi, H. 1996 Paperback edition, Populism and Feminism in Iran :Women's Struggle in a Male- Defined Revolutionary Movement, London: Macmillan Press; New York: St.Martin's Press (hard cover, 1994.)

Book Chapters

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Researching the marginalized communities: Promises and perils’, in Vijay Agnew (ed) Diaspora, Memory, And Identity: A Search for Home, Toronto: University of Toronto Press .

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Troubled Relations: Women, and the Left in Iran’, in Reformers and Revolutionaries in Modern Iran: New Perspectives on the Iranian Left, Stephanie Cronin (ed.), London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Women, Resistance and Protest in Iran’, entry to Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, Suad Joseph, (General Editor), The Netherlands, BRILL Academic Publishers.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘Islam and Feminism’, entry to Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories, Lorraine Code (General Editor), London and New York: Routledge, Pp. 276-77.

Journal Articles

Moghissi, H. 2009 ‘Women and the 1979 Revolution: Refusing Religion-Defined Womanhood’ Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Volume 29, Number 1.

Moghissi, H. 2009 ‘Aging in Diaspora: Iranian Seniors in Toronto’ Arab Studies Quarterly Volume 31, Numbers 1 & 2 (Winter and Spring).

Moghissi, H. 2008. ‘Islamic Cultural Nationalism and Gender Politics in Iran’ Third World Quarterly , Vol. 29, No. 3, 2008.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Armed Struggle is not in the interests of Palestine: Conversation with AbdulMajid Hamdan, Member of the Central Committee of Al-Sha’ab, Arash Monthly, Paris, July.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Some Lessons from the Palestinian Women’s movement’ Arash Monthly, Paris, May 1.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘September 11 and Middle Eastern women: Shrinking space for critical thinking and oppositional politics’ Signs Journal of Women in Culture and Society, Vol 29, no 2, Pp.594-97.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Women’s Revolution in Iranian Revolution’ Shahrvand Weekly, Toronto, 13 (869), March 5.

Moghissi, H. 2002. (with Afsaneh Ashrafi) ‘Afghans in Iran: Asylum Fatigue Overshadows Islamic Brotherhood’, Global Dialogue Vol. 4, No. 4, Pp.89-99.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Diaspora of Islamic cultures, continuity and change: A research project’ Refuge, Volume 21, No. 2.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Further Shrinkage of Space for Feminists in Middle East in Post-September 11’, Shahrvand Weekly, Toronto 12 (767) March.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Reconsidering Gender Relations in Exile”, Shahrvand Weekly, Toronto 11 (665) March 8.

Moghissi, H. 2003. Selection by Colombia E-library Encyclopedia (Sixth Edition) of ‘Clerical Oligarchy and the Question of “Democracy” in Iran’ (Monthly Review Vol. 52, No. 10, 2001), as one of the Premium Ten top sources for the definition of Oligarchy.

Moghissi, H. 2001. (With Saeed Rahnema) , ‘Working Class and Islamic State in Iran’ Socialist Register, Pp. 197-218. Reprint in Reformers and Revolutionaries in Modern Iran: New Perspectives on the Iranian Left, Stephanie Cronin (ed.), London: British Institute of Persian Studies/Routledge.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Resistance Against Gender Equity within Iranian Civil and Political Society’ Dallas, Texas: Shahrvand weekly, 11 (556), March 15.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘Beh Dour Az Khaneh: Zanan Mohajer Iran Dar Canada’ (Away from Home: Iranian Female Diaspora in Canada,) Jens-e Dovoum Journal of Feminist Studies. Tehran: No. 5, July.

Moghissi, H. 1997. ‘Le feminisme peut-il aussi etre Islamique? Non c'est une illusion postmoderne’ Courrier international No. 364, October 23-29, page 52.

Conference Proceedings

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘Islamic Feminism and Its Discontent’ in Feminism and its Future in Islamic Cultures, Fatima Sidiqi (ed.) University of Fez, Morocco.

Conference Papers

Moghissi, H. 2010 ‘The other side of struggle for Democracy in Iran’ Politics and Poetics of Women’s Resistance conference, University of Toronto, May 11-12.

Moghissi, H. 2009 Plenary Speaker Iranian Women’s Foundation Annual Conference, Hanover, Germany, June 22-23.

Moghissi, H. 2009 Plenary Speaker Conference on Human Right in Iran, York University September 12.

Moghissi, H. 2009 Invited speaker, “Iran, Past and Present” Al-Quds Unviersity, Jerusalem, West Bank, December 7.

Moghissi, H. 2008 (Guest speaker) ‘Closed Passages: Muslim Women, Islamism, Feminism’, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, US, March 2nd.

Moghissi, H. 2007. Chair, ‘Relocating cultures and culture transfer’ panel, Conference on The Contentious Question of Culture(s) in Contemporary Societies, University of Delhi, Delhi, India, March 1-3.

Moghissi, H. 2007. ‘The right to claim rights in Iranian political and civic life’, conference on human rights in Iran, Iranian Queer Organization, January 26.

Moghissi, H. 2007 (Keynote Speaker), ‘Muslims in Canada: The Politics of Adopted and Ascribed Identity’, Launching of Ethnicity, Race and Indigeniety program, York University, October 1st.

2007 (Keynote Speaker), ‘Islamic Feminism Revisited’ University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, Engaging Islam conference, September 12.

Moghissi, H. 2006. (Plenary Speaker) , ‘Muslim women in western societies’, Trudeau Foundation Conference on Public Policy, Vancouver, November 16-18.

Moghissi, H. 2006. (Plenary Speaker) , ‘From cautious steps to determined steps: One hundred years of struggle for rights’ 17th Annual Conference of Iranian Women’s Studies Foundation, Montreal, June 2.

Moghissi, H. 2006. (Plenary Speaker) , ‘Hazards of Belonging: Muslim diasporas, gender relations, social locations and ethnic identities’ Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Congress of Social Science and Humanities Conference, June 1.

Moghissi, H. 2006. (Keynote Speaker) ‘Muslim Diasporas: Ethno-religious identity, Multiculturalism and gender’, in ‘Islam and Gender: Social Change and Cultural Diversity in Muslim Communities’ conference, State University of Michigan, Lansing, March 16-17.

Moghissi, H. 2006. ‘The New World (Dis)order and Muslim Diasporas in the West: Redefining Multiculturalism’ International Symposium, Civilization and World orders, Foundation for Science and Arts, Istanbul, Turkey, 12-14 May.

Moghissi, H. 2006. Discussant, ‘Looking for Ethics in America’, Progressive Values and Religion Working Group, Ford Foundation, New York, June 5-6.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Islam, Gender and Diaspora: Sharing preliminary findings’ Canadian Council of Refugees Annual meeting, Fredericton, NB, June 1-4.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Exile as Home: Memory and Agency in Diaspora’, University of Maryland, Alliance Across Borders Annual Conference’ April 23-24.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘A feminist reading of security measures in the West and Muslim Diasporas’ response’, Seminar on War, Terrorism, and Our Global Environment, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, April 13.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Muslim Diasporas in Canada: Return to Religion as a counter-culture movement’ Common Grounds Annual conference, Beijing, China, June 30-July 3.

Moghissi, H. 2005. Discussant, ‘Gender and Faith-Based Arbitration’ in Racialized Gender Identities, Centre for Feminist Research conference, November 19.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Women, War and Islamic Fundamentalism’, Women’s Voices From the Middle East Symposium York University, March 6.

Moghissi, H. 2001. ‘Troubled Relations: Women and the Left in contemporary Iran’, Conference on the Left in School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, England, June 30.

Moghissi, H. 2001. ‘Diaspora of Islamic Cultures: Continuity and Change’, Conference on Perspectives on Social Inequalities: Issues of Race, Gender, and Class Worldwide, co-sponsored by Faculty of Graduate Studies, York University, Canada; Howard University, U.S.; University of Western Cape, South Africa; University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. September 14.

Book Reviews

Moghissi, H. 2009 Encountering the Transnational: Women, Islam and Politics of Interpretation, Meena Sharify-Funk, Gender and Development Vol 17, Number 1 March 2009.

Moghissi, H. 2004. Gender, Politics and Islam Theresa Saliba, Carolyn Allen, and Judith A. Howard (eds) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Studies in Religion.

Moghissi, H. 2001. At My Mother’s Feet:Stories of Muslim Women Sadia Zaman (ed.) and Reading Rights: A Woman’s Guide to the Law in Canada, Atlantis, Volume 26, No. 1, pp. 100-101.

Moghissi, H. 2000. A Daughter of ISIS. The Autobiography of Nawal El Saadawi in Women’s Studies International Forum, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp.265-66.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘Review of Rima Berns McGown, Muslims in Diaspora: The Somali Communities in London and Toronto’ in Canadian Journal of Sociology Online, (May-June).

Policy Papers

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘MCRI: Diaspora, Islam Gender Project: an overview’ Notes from the filed, prospects and challenges for Canadian Research in Middle East and Islamic Studies post 9/11, University of Toronto, Toronto, November 4-6, 2005.

Public Lectures

Moghissi, H. 2009 Public Lecture, “Women and Islam Prospects and Problems” Rosa Luxemburg NGO annual conference, Ramallah, West Bank December 10.

Moghissi, H. 2007. ‘Feminism and Islamism in Iran: some contemporary concerns’ Department of Political Studies speakers series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, March 30.

Moghissi, H. 2007. ‘The integration of young Muslims into Canadian society: Preventing both marginalization and extremism’ Public awareness educational programs. 19th Canadian International Youth Forum’. Ontario Science Centre. October 13.

Moghissi, H. 2007. ‘In Search of Authentic “Muslim Woman” Conflicting trends within Feminist knowledge’, Graduate Program in women’s Studies Lecture Series, York University January 16.

Moghissi, H. 2006. ‘Muslim Diasporas: Heightened Islamic identity and gender relations’ Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies, University of Toronto. March 3.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Muslim Diasporas and the West: Re-negotiating Multiculturalism?’ Global South lecture series, York Unviersity, March 23.

Moghissi, H. 2005. ‘Diaspora, Islam and Gender Project: Sharing some of the Findings’, Workshop for Refugee Studies Summer Program, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, June 15.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Islamophobia and the formation of the “Muslim’ Diaspora”, London School of Economics, Department of Sociology, October 13.

Moghissi, H. 2004. ‘Women, Revolution and Social Reform in Iran’, Department of Political Science Lecture Series, University of Victoria, B.C. February 16.

Moghissi, H. 2003. (Keynote address) ‘Multiculturalism in Canada: Myths and Realities’, Kwansei Gakuin University, Uegahara Nishinomiya Campus, Japan, November 15.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Women and Fundamentalism in Islamic Cultures after September 11’, Swedish PEN and Writers’ Association, Stockholm, Sweden, September 16.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Women, Human Rights and Islamic Fundamentalism’, Hatwick College, Oneonta, N.Y April 26.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘Reconsidering gender relations in exile’ Toronto, Association of Iranian-Canadian Engineers, February 6.

Moghissi, H. 2002. ‘September Eleven, Terrorism and Women in Islamic Cultures’, Seventh Annual Day in Applied Psychoanalysis, University of Toronto, October 5.

Moghissi, H. 2001. ‘Women and Fundamentalism: Struggles for Continuity and Change’, The Middle East Centre /Near Eastern Language and Culture, Ohio State University, Columbus, USA. November 1.

Moghissi, H. 2001. Changing gender dynamics in exile: The case of Muslim Diaspora’ Global Studies Seminar Series, Denison University, Granville, USA, October 29.

Moghissi, H. 2001. ‘Islamic Fundamentalism and Human rights’, Southam Fellows, Massey College, University of Toronto, February 4.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘The Missing Link: Gender Politics and Reform Under Islamic Rule in Iran’, The Goodspeed Annual Lecture Series, Denison University, Granville, USA, October 30.

Moghissi, H. 2000. ‘In the name of Culture: Celebrating Exotic Patriarchy’, Human Rights For The Twenty-First Century”, The Graduate Centre of the City University of New York, New York, November 17-18.

Forthcoming

Moghissi, H. 2010 ‘Islamic Feminism Revisited’ in Islamic Feminism and the Law, Qudsia Mirza, (ed.) London: Cavendish Publishing Limited (In press).