Munazza Ebtikar

College:

St John’s College

Course:

PhD, Oriental Studies (Anthropology), University of Oxford (2017-2022)

Contact:

munazza.ebtikar@sjc.ox.ac.uk 

Educational Background:

Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Modern Middle Eastern Studies, University of Oxford (2017)

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Peace and Conflict Studies, UC Berkeley (2015)

Area of Concentration: Human Rights and Human Security 

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Middle Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley (2015)

Area of Concentration: Politics  

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Near Eastern Languages and Literatures, UC Berkeley (2015)

Research Interests: 

History and historiography, memory, gender, the middle east and Afghanistan 

Grants:

St John’s College Graduate Academic Grant, St. John’s College, University of Oxford, 2018-2019 

Oriental Institute Graduate Research Grant, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, 2018

St John’s College Special Grant, St. John’s College, University of Oxford, 2018

John F. Richards Research Fellowship, American Institute of Afghanistan Studies (AIAS), 2017-2018

James Mew Scholarship for Arabic, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, 2017

Wolfson College Fee Bursary, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, 2016-2017

Faculty of Oriental Studies Language Study Award, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, 2015

Wolfson College Language Study Grant, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, 2015

Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS), Columbia University, 2015 (declined offer)

Priscilla Mason Fellowship and W.W. Norton & Company 9/11 Commission Report Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, 2015 (declined offer) 

Princeton University Department of Near Eastern Studies (NES) Grant, Princeton University, 2015

Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) Undergraduate Research Grant, University of California Berkeley, 2015

University of California Education Abroad Program (UCEAP), University of California Berkeley, 2014

UC Berkeley Study Abroad Grant, University of California Berkeley, 2013

Critical Language Scholarship (CLS), California State University East Bay, 2012

Research Assistantship:

Graduate Research Assistant for Unstable Archives: Gender and Empire in South Asia, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford. 

 

Munazza Ebtikar