Malala in Context: Lunchtime Event
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Thu Oct 22 15:01:10 IST 2015
Upcoming Lunchtime Event - Monday 26th October 2015 - 12.30-2.00
On Monday 26th October Hollywell Trust, in partnership with INCORE, is holding an inspirational lunchtime event with Dr. Shirin Zubair. Shirin is touring Ireland as part of the Scholars at Risk programme and will speak on the topic ‘Malala in Context: Gender Education and Academic Freedom in Pakistan’.
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Lunchtime Event - 'Malala in Context: Gender Education and Academic Freedom in Pakistan'
Holywell Trust is delighted to be able to organise, in partnership with Incore, an inspirational Lunchtime Event with Dr. Shirin Zubair on Monday 26th October 2015. Shirin is touring Ireland as part of the Scholars at Risk programme and will speak on the topic ‘Malala in Context: Gender Education and Academic Freedom in Pakistan’.
The event will take place on:
Date: Monday 26th October 2015
Time: 12.30pm – 2.00pm
Venue: HOLYWELL – DiverseCity Community Partnership
The event is open for all to attend and booking is recommended. Please click here <mailto:lisa at holywelltrust.com?subject=Dr.%20Shirin%20Zubair%20Lunchtime%20Event&body=Hi%20Lisa%20%0A%0APlease%20reserve%20me%20a%20place%20at%20the%20Lunchtime%20Event%20with%20Dr.%20Shirin%20Zubair%20on%20Monday%2026th%20October.%20%0A%0AThanks.%20> to confirm your attendance as lunch will be provided.
Dr Shirin Zubair
Dr Shirin Zubair is an established academic in the field of English literature and gender studies, who holds a PhD and MSc in Applied Linguistics from a university in the UK, where her dissertation focused on women's literacy in Pakistan.
She has more than 25 years of experience lecturing and conducting research at Pakistani, US and European universities and was until recently the Chair of the English Department at a university in Pakistan.
The recipient of multiple international research fellowships and awards, including from the Ford Foundation and the Fulbright Program, Dr Zubair has also published widely, editing multiple books and contributing to Pakistani and international journals on a range of issues relating to new literacies, representation of gender, and media. Dr Zubair came into contact with Scholars at Risk after she was forced to flee from Pakistan after facing death threats because of her work.
Scholars at Risk
Scholars at Risk is an international network of higher education institutions dedicated to promoting academic freedom worldwide. Around the world today, scholars are attacked because of their words, their ideas and their place in society. Those seeking power and control work to limit access to information and new ideas by targeting scholars, restricting academic freedom and repressing research, publication, teaching and learning. The Scholars at Risk
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