• Prof. Dr. Hoda Elsadda

    Hoda Elsadda is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Cairo University, a feminist and an activist for women’s rights. She previously held a Chair in the Study of the Contemporary Arab World at Manchester University, and was Co-Director of the Centre for the Advanced Study of the Arab World in the UK. In 1992, she co-founded and co-edited Hagar, an interdisciplinary journal in women’s studies published in Arabic. She is co-founder and currently Chair of the Board of the Women and Memory Forum. Her Research interersts are in the areas of gender studies, comparative literature and oral narratives.

    Gender, Nation and the Arabic Novel: Egypt: 1892-2008 (Edinburgh UP and Syracuse UP, 2012).

  • Prof. Dr. Gabriele Griffin

    Gabriele Griffin is Professor of Gender Research at Uppsala University in Sweden. She is coordinator of the Nordforsk-funded Excellence Centre Nordwit (2017-22) and of a Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA)-funded project on Gender mainstreaming in Higher Education in Mozambique. She is also editor of the ‘Research Methods in the Arts and Humanities’ series (Edinburgh University Press).

    Bodily Interventions and Intimate Labour (Co-editor) (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020) 

  • Prof. Dr. Helma Lutz

    Helma Lutz is Professor of Sociology with a focus on women’s and gender studies at the Goethe University Frankfurt/M.. In teaching and research, she focuses on the intersection of gender, (transnational) migration, ethnicity, nationalism, racism and citizenship in Europe. Over the past 20 years she has been particularly concerned with care migration from Eastern Europe.

    PublikGender and Migration: Transnational and Intersectional Prospects (together with Anna Amelina) (London: Routledge, 2019)

  • Prof. Dr. em. Andrea Maihofer

    Andrea Maihofer is professor emerita of the Centre for Gender Studies at the University of Basel. Her main areas in research and teaching are gender theory, men/male research, change and persistence of gender and gender relations, family research, changes in gender arrangements in the family, moral, legal and constitutional theory and social theory and gender studies.