Dr. Dina Wahba
Postdoc Division Public Spheres and Inequality Research
Office: Erdgeschoss 0016 Rudoldskai 42 5020 Salzburg
Office hours: by appointment
Dina Wahba is a postdoctoral researcher at the division of Public Spheres and Inequalities at the Communication Science Department, University of Salzburg, Austria. Dr. Wahba received her PhD from Freie Universität Berlin, where she worked as a research associate at the DFG-funded project Affective Societies. Dr. Wahba’s upcoming book is entitled “Counter Revolutionary Egypt from the Midan to the Neighbourhood””. She is a recipient of the Chevening Scholarship and completed her M.A. degree in Gender Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Her published M.A. thesis is entitled “Gendering the Egyptian Revolution”. Dina Wahba received her B.A. in Political Science from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. She is a feminist scholar who has worked with several local, regional, and international organizations such as UN Women and International Rescue Committee. She has worked on several gender issues in the Middle East and among Arab diaspora in Europe such as sexual and gender-based violence, feminist leadership, and women’s political participation.