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Dr. Abdulnasser Saleh Alyafei, PhD
Head of Department of Social Sciences
Associate Professor of Social Work
Office Tel:  (+974) 4403 4771
Email: headdeptsocsci@qu.edu.qa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Hamud Ali Abdulkadir

Fatima Ali Hussain Al-Kubaisi, PhD
Sociology Program Coordinator
Assistant Professor
Specialization: Women Studies, Political Sociology.
Research & Teaching Interests: Family, Gender, Gulf Arab and Arab Society, NGOs Role in Qatar.
Office: Women's Bldg Room 238
Office Tel: (+974) 4403-4764
Email: falkubaisi@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae






Dr.Fatima Al-Kubaisi is an assistant professor of sociology at Qatar University – Social Science department. She received her doctorate in Sociology from Cairo University in 2004. She is the Vice president for child and woman protection at Qatar Foundation and a member of the Arabic Network of NGOs. She has also previously been a member of woman affairs committee and a social center expert in Family strategy teamwork in the Supreme Council of Family Affairs. She was a contributory researcher in a study about Women’s Programs in the Arab Satellite Channels, Supreme Council of Family Affairs, 2009 and a report about NGOs role of Woman Empowerment in the state of Qatar, The Arab Network of NGOs in 2004. 

 

Sarah Abdel Shakur Zahran

Abdelsamad Mohamed, PhD
Professor
Office: Women’s Bldg Rm 239
Office Tel: (+974) 4403 4770
Email: abdelsamad@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fuad Abduljalil Mohammed Al-SalahiFuad Abduljalil Mohammed Al-Salahi, Phd
Professor
Office: Women’s Bldg Rm. 239
Office Tel: (+974) 4403 4779
Email: falsalahi@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae  
 

 





 

 

 

Elrayah A. Osman, PhD
Associate Professor
Office: Women’s Bldg Room 230
Office Tel: (+974) 4403-7675
Email: eosman@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae


 

 




El-Rayah Abdalla Osman, a native of Sudan, completed his PhD in Sociology at Brown University in 1995. He was appointed assistant professor of Sociology at South Carolina State University (SCSU) in 1996, promoted to associate professor in 2001, tenured in 2003, and became full professor in 2007. He has taught Sociology courses at SCSU for 16 years and was the coordinator of the Sociology program in the Department of Social Sciences between 2005 and 2010. He is a demographer specializing in the socioeconomic issues of the Sudan. He earned an MA in Sociology in 1991 from Brown University; an MS in Islamic Economics from the International Islamic University, Pakistan in 1988; and a BS (Honors) in Economics and Rural Development in 1984 from the University of Gezira, Sudan. Between June 2010 and August 2012, Dr. Osman served as the Culture and Foreign Language Advisor at the US Army Solider Support Institute, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He has published two papers on operational culture in 2011 and 2012 in the Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin and two book chapters in 2014. He also coauthored an introduction to sociology book (with Dr. Carol Apt) in 2006 and wrote a book chapter in 2003 on the fertility impact of the Rahad Irrigation Project, Sudan.

 

 

Kaltham Ali Ghanim Al-Ghanim, PhD
Associate Professor
University of Ain Shams, Egypt, 1994
Specialization: Development and Gender
Research & Teaching Interests: Human development, Values and Culture, Women's Studies, and Social Policies.
Office: Old Womens Library Rm 402
Office Tel: (+974) 4403-4758
Email: kaltham.alghanim@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae

 

 


Dr Kaltham Al Ghanim is associate professor of sociology at Qatar University since 1995 . She has carried field research related to culture and human development. She is Author of three specialized academic books and numerous papers in areas of interest such as domestic violence, marriage, and gender roles. Her interests cover a wide range of issues including woman studies, Social problems , sustainable development, local culture, folklore and heritage. Currently, she leads several research projects funded by various national and international institutions. Dr. Kaltham has relationships with many national, regional and international institutions as expert in social studies and human development. 

 

 

 

Curtis, AndressenCurtis Andressen, PhD
Associate Professor-Marubeni Chair in Social Sciences
Email: candressen@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

 




Curtis Andressen grew up in Canada, completing his BA (Political Science) and B.Ed (Social Studies) at the University of Alberta and his MA (Geography) at the University of Victoria. A desire to learn more about Asia led him to Australia where he completed his Ph.D in Geography funded by an International Commonwealth Scholarship. His Ph.D research was on Malaysian students in Australia (subsequently published as Educational Refugees: Malaysian Students in Australia (Monash University Press, 1993). For the past 25 years he has split his academic studies nearly equally between Japan and China, with research on education, migration, trade and investment. With respect to the former he is the author of A Short History of Japan: Samurai to Sony (Allen and Unwin, 2002) while on China he has most recently co-edited Sustainable Development in China (Routledge,2013). Curtis is intensely interested in Asia and has carried out fieldwork in China, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Taiwan (as well as Canada, Australia and Spain). He is particularly interested in the role of education in development.
 

 

 

Mohsen Bouzizi

Mohsen Bouzizi, Phd
Associate Professor
Office: Women’s Bldg Room 239
Office Tel: (+974) 4403-4979
Email: mohsen.bouazizi@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae
 


 





Dr Mohsen Bouaziz is Associate Professor of Sociology at Faculty of Humanities, University of Tunis, and at Qatar University. He is also the Secretary General of the Arab Association of Sociology. Dr Bouazizi has a training in sociology and semio-sociology. He has authored many books and researches in Urban sociology, Culture & Communication. His publication include: Sociology of indifference. Sociology of Silence; The Rhetoric of Vulgar; Prison and justice ; Social structure, the Language of Revolution; Language & Hegemony, Sabultern Power. Dr Bouazizi has also taken part in many Radio & TV programs discussing current issues. 

 

Sarah Abdel Shakur Zahran

 

Ali Al-Shawi, PhD
Assistant Professor
Office: Men's Bldg Room 108
Office Tel: (+974) 4403-4762
Email: dr_alshawi@qu.edu.qa
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Mr. Hamud Ali Abdulkadir

Munira Al-Rumaihi, PhD
Assistant Professor
Ain Shams University, Egypt, 2007
Specialization: Urban Sociology
Research & Teaching Interests: Urban Problems
Office: Women's Bldg Room 238
Office Tel: (+974) 4403-4768
Email: m.alrumahi@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae
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Mr. Hamud Ali Abdulkadir

Lara Hadid
Assistant Professor
Office: Women's Bldg Rm 238
Office Tel: (+974) 4403-7667
Email: lara.alhadeed@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Abdel Shakur Zahran

Chedli Baya Chatti, PhD
Lecturer
Office: Women’s Bldg Rm 235
Office Tel: (+974) 4403 4766
Email: cchatti@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae
 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Koko Aye

 

Moustafa Abdelmoneim Wahdan Elazab
Lecturer
Office: Women’s Bldg Rm. 239
Office Tel: (+974) 4403 4797
Email: melazab@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

 

Moustafa Elazab joined Qatar University in 2014. He is a PhD postgraduate researcher in the University of Exeter, UK. He researches the policies of human capital development in the Middle East. Prior to joining Qatar University, he had been teaching sociology, socio-economic and socio-political interdisciplinary courses since 1996. He has an MA in sociology/Anthropology and a BA in Middle East studies, both from the American University in Cairo.

 

Asma MalkawiAsma Malkawi, Phd
Lecturer
Office Women’s Bldg Rm 230
Office Tel: (+974) 4403 4776
Email: amalkawi@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae
 

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Dr. Asma H. Malkawi, holds a bachelor's and master's degree in sociology, and a doctorate in the philosophy of communication, for her thesis entitled: "Communicative ethics in the digital age: Application of Habermas' theory of communicative ethics” from the University of Jordan. Malkawi worked as a researcher at Al-Jazeera.net In Doha, and a researcher at the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research in Abu Dhabi. Dr Malkawi worked with SIT Modernization and Social Change program in Jordan, as lecturer of the Research Methods course, research advisor, and academic coordinator. She works, on a regular basis, as a book reviewer for the magazine "Islamization of knowledge". She is currently working as a lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Qatar. Malkawi recently won the of the third annual Arab Prize for the Social Sciences and the Humanities for the year 2014, the first place prize for publication of articles in international journals. Her research interests concentrates on issues of digital communication and its impact on societies, and on other concepts like, time, place, community, identity, communication, and the media. She is also interested in the digital public sphere and its role in the Arab spring, reform of "the Idea of the university", along with many philosophical and intellectual issues.  

 

 

Sarah Abdel Shakur Zahran

Mohamed Farag
Lecturer
Office: Women’s Bldg Rm 235
Office Tel: (+974) 4403 4770
Email: abdelsamad@qu.edu.qa
Additional Information: Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Hamud Ali Abdulkadir

 

Mariam Alisi
Teaching Assistant
Office: Old Library Rm: 182
Office Tel: (+974) 4403 7675