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Keyl, Shireen

Assistant Professor, Teacher Education and Leadership
Utah State University


Shireen Keyl is an assistant professor at Utah State University in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning where she teaches Foundations of Education at the graduate and undergraduate level. Her research focuses on the education of women and girls in global context as it relates to subaltern pedagogy and practice of refugee, migrant worker, and other transnational groups in the Middle East. She is co-editor of a volume titled (2016) Critical Views on Teaching and Learning English around the Globe: Qualitative Research Approaches in which she contributed a chapter, “Learning English in the Margins: Migrant Worker Knowledge Production in Beirut’s NGO Spaces".

DISCIPLINE
Education
SUB AREAS
Iranian Studies   
Globalization   
Gender/Women's Studies   
Diaspora/Refugee Studies   
Development   
Cultural Studies   
Theory   
Transnationalism   
Islamic Studies   
Ethnography   
Education   
Middle East/Near East Studies   
Pedagogy   
Minorities   
AREAS OF INTEREST
Iran   
Lebanon   
Maghreb   
Afghanistan   
SPECIALTIES
Womens Studies   
Feminist Thought   
LANGUAGES
Persian (Intermediate)   
Arabic (Elementary)   
Turkish (Elementary)   
French (Intermediate)   
EDUCATION
DPhil2014Language, Reading and CultureUniversity of Arizona
MA2009Near Eastern StudiesUniversity of Arizona
MA2000EducationUniversity of Montana
BA1997CommunicationUniversity of Illinois at Chicago
ABSTRACTS ACCEPTED AT MESA MEETINGS SINCE 2009
Shifting Religiosity among Young Adults in Iran (2010)   
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Shireen Keyl