Shahnaz Rouse

BA, Kinnaird College, Pakistan. MA, Punjab University, Pakistan. MS, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Special student, American University of Beirut, Lebanon. Academic specialization in historical sociology, with emphasis on the mass media, gender, and political economy. Author of Shifting Body Politics: Gender/Nation/State, 2004; co-editor, Situating Globalization: Views from Egypt, 2000; contributor to books and journals on South Asia and the Middle East. Visiting faculty, University of Hawaii at Manoa and the American University in Cairo. Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Contributions to Indian Sociology, and past member, Editorial Committee, Middle East Research and Information Project. Past consultant to the Middle East and North Africa Program of the Social Science Research Council, as well as the Population Council West Asia and North Africa Office (Cairo). Recipient of grants from the Fulbright-Hays Foundation, the Social Science Research Council, the American Institute of Pakistan Studies, and the Council on American Overseas Research Centers. SLC, 1987–

Undergraduate discipline: Sociology
Graduate program: Women's History Program

Courses taught in Sociology

Courses from previous years

  • Gender and Nationalisms
  • Lineages of Utopia
  • The Political Economy of Pakistan
  • First-Year Studies: (Re)Constructing the Social: Subject, Field, Text
  • Politics of/as Representation
  • Both Public and Private: The Social Construction of Family Life
  • Changing Places: Social and Spatial Dimensions of Urbanization
  • From Republicanism to Authoritarianism: Re-Viewing the Spanish Civil War
  • Travel and Tourism: Economies of Pleasure, Profit, and Power

Courses taught in Women's History Program

Courses from previous years

  • Gender and Nationalisms - Graduate

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