Introducing: Sophia Azeb

September 21, 2012
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Sophia Azeb is an Egyptian-Palestinian anarcha-feminist teacher, writer, and organizer pursuing her PhD in American Studies & Ethnicity at the University of Southern California. Sophia’s scholarship explores the impact of border-crossing visual, literary, and aural cultural production on identity formation in Egypt, Palestine, and Algeria in the mid-twentieth century. She currently organizes with the Palestinian American Women’s Association of Southern California. Sophia is also a writer for the popular media blog collective, Africa Is A Country.  You can follow her on twitter: @brownisthecolor.

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