Hina Muneeruddin

Hina Muneeruddin is a doctoral candidate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Islamic Studies track of the Religious Studies program and a graduate certificate candidate in Women and Gender Studies. Hina's research lies at the intersections of Islam(s), gender, race, affect, and performativity within the United States. More specifically, she is interested in the quotidian scenes of gender becoming of Muslims.

Contributions by Hina Muneeruddin


Presidentialism, or "Who's Your Daddy?" | Discourse! October 2020

In this October 2020 episode of Discourse!, Andie Alexander, Hina Muneeruddin, and Leslie Dorrough Smith explore ideas of infantile citizens, political debates as spectacle, rhetoric as bumper bowling, fist-fighting viruses, and fake news in the discourses surrounding the US Presidential election.



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