Published by the Christian Science Monitor, May 2014. Qatari women outnumber men 2 to 1 at university, but a lack of work opportunities used to mean that a college degree was the end game. That’s changing.
Published on Feministing.com, April 2014. How come Soviet sniper Vasily Zaitsev gets to be played by Jude Law in Enemy at the Gates but Lyudmila Pavlichenko gets squat?
Published by Al Fanar, March 2014. Social scientists working in the Gulf country are learning to adopt their research to the local culture.
Published by JustHere.qa, Dec. 2013. How are women treated in Qatar? A question that’s asked often and doesn’t have one straight answer. A Qatar-based American feminist attempts to answer this.
Article and photos published by Chime For Change, Dec. 2013. Why even the most talented and ambitious Qatari women are often not able to pursue media careers.
Photo and article published by Al Fanar, Dec. 2013. A Qatari teaching center helps instructors learn techniques that involve more active learning, heading off classroom-management problems.
Published by Wamda.com, Nov. 2013. At this year’s Startup Weekend Doha, a mobile app that can track and quantify “every aspect of your life” took first prize, as more women than ever attended the event.
Photo and article published by Al Fanar, Oct. 2013. U.S. News & World Report want to create a university rankings guide for the Middle East. But will they succeed?