Jennifer Lincoln - Center for Contemporary Arab Studies | Georgetown University
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Hometown: Memphis, Tennessee

Research Interests: Civil Society, Cultural Anthropology, Authoritarianism, Role of Women in Political Economy

Jennifer graduated from Eckerd College in 2016 having majored in Anthropology and International Studies and minoring in Middle East Studies. Jennifer previously studied Arabic at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey’s Summer Intensive Language Program and in Ifrane, Morocco for four months at Al Akhawayn University, where her studies also focused on the politics and culture of the Maghreb. She has completed a global studies practicum at the United Nations, where she focused on global sustainability practices and human rights, and is a member of the Lambda Alpha Honor Society for Anthropology. Recently, she spent 2.5 months in Tunisia studying Arabic through a FLAS Fellowship.

 

Publications:

Manich Msamah and the Face of Continued Protest in Tunisia

Women and Water in Morocco: Foggy Prospects