Affiliation: American University of Beirut, then Lebanese American University
Diplomas: PhD Georgetown University
Research interests (Keywords): Philosophy of psychoanalysis, European philosophy, women’s issues, education, oral history and literary topics
- In Arabic: Lentils and Caviar: Biographies of Women who Live in Lebanon: Self-construct, Agency, and Independence. –Beirut Muassasah arabiyyah lil-ulum – nashrun, August 2015In Arabic: “Compromise impedes Change” in a file on Sadik Al-Azm, Nazwa 82, Oman, May 2015
“An Arab Feminism Based on Knowledhe of Difference” In Arab Feminism: New Perspective in a Global Context. Editors: J.S. Makdissi, N. Bayumi, R. Sidawi. London: I.B. Taurus, Jan. 2014
“The Construct of Individual Muslim Women as Iconic Representatives: Lebanon”-On-Line Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures (EWIC), Dec. 2011
Summary: PhD in philosophy from Georgetown University. American University of Beirut 1986-1999. Principal of Ahliah School 1999-2005. Part-time Lebanese American University 2001-2013. Lebanese Association of Women Researchers 1993-Present.