Samira Musleh

PhD Candidate, Department of Communication Studies, University of Minnesota

Samira Musleh is a PhD Candidate in Communication Studies with a minor in Feminist and Critical Sexuality Studies. Her research interest lies in the intersection(s) of gender, religion, and decoloniality. Samira’s current work focuses on unpaid labor, social and biological reproduction, non-capitalist economies, marriage and family laws, and Muslim societies as a way of questioning dominant notions of work and public/private dichotomies and conceptualizing equitable and non-exploitative conditions for domestic labor. 

AGITATE! Content by Samira Musleh

AGITATE! as Creative Commons: AGITATE! Editorial Collective Speaks to Nancy Sims

Introducing AGITATE! Volume 3: Stories, Bodies, Movements

Editorial Collective – Vol. 3