Faculty & Staff
Amani El-Jack, PhD
Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies, College of Liberal Arts Lecturer of Women's Leadership in a Global Perspective
McCormack Graduate School
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100 Morrissey Blvd. Office Location: Wheatley Hall, 6th Floor, Room 67
Areas of Expertise
Gender; transnational migration; militarization/war; post-conflict reconstruction processes; globalization/global south with specific emphasis on Africa.
PhD, Women’s Studies, York University
Professional Publications & Contributions
Projects in Progress:
Are We There Yet? Engendering Displacement, Development and Armed Conflicts in Sudan. Book proposal and manuscript in progress. The manuscript examines gender relations of displacement that are the result of the complex interplay between militarized conflict and development-induced displacement in southern Sudan.
“Wars and Conflicts in Africa.” A 25-page manuscript accepted by editors Nnoromele Salome and Anyanwu Ogechi for a text book they are editing on African Studies.
“Reconceptualizing Women Combatants: Toward a More Effective and Integrated Disarmament, Demobilization, Reintegration, and Transitional Justice.” Journal article in progress.
WOST 110: Women in Global Perspectives
WOST 280 Special Topics: Gender and Migration (online course)
WOST/AFRSTY 300L: Women in African Cultures
WOST 478/9: Independent Study
WOST 498: Honors Research Tutorial
PAF-G-697: Gender and Dispute Resolution around the World (online course), Women's Leadership in a Global Perspective Graduate Certificate Program