PhD, Curriculum & Pedagogy , OISE, University of Toronto
MA, Sociology , York University
BA (Honours), Gender & Women’s Studies and Canadian Studies , Trent University
Black Studies; Diaspora & Transnational Migration Studies; Gender & Sexuality Studies; Environmental Justice; Public Policy Studies; Surveillance Studies.
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Muna-Udbi Abdulkadir Ali joined the Faculty of Environment and Urban Change (EUC) as an Assistant Professor in 2021. Before joining EUC, Ali worked as an Assistance Professor at California State University San Marcos, and as a Visiting Faculty in Sociology at Christopher Newport University. Trained as an interdisciplinary scholar, her primary research interests include diverse fields such as Black studies, critical race studies, postcolonial studies, Black feminist studies, criminology, transnational feminism, queer studies, environmental justice, media studies, public pedagogy, and public policy (specifically immigration, refugee, health and welfare policies). Ali’s research explores issues of gender, race, class, criminality, surveillance, and citizenship, as it manifests for Black refugee communities. Her work has appeared as book chapters from Peter Lang and Life Rattle Press. She’s also published articles in Darkmatter and Reconsidering Development. Outside of academia, Ali is a community worker, curriculum and policy consultant, researcher, and anti-oppression educator. She has worked in education and curriculum development in Canada, United States, Kenya, and Somalia.
|ENVS 6150||Popular Education for Social Change Theory and Practice|
|ENVS 4800E||The Black Atlantic and Environmental Justice|
|GEOG 4820||Spaces of Development|