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Reseach administration, dissemination, qualitative research.

Previous courses;

2008: Mphil. Seminar leader.

2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009: MKU 101, Introduction to Cultures, Religions and Society in the Middle East.

Academic article
  • 2008. Et bilde som overskygget teksten. Jordens Folk. 16-17.
  • 2005. ”Vi vil vel være prototypen på likestilt økonomi” Om økonomiske forvaltningssystemer i norske barnefamiliehushold. Sosiologisk Tidsskrift. 29-44.
  • 2005. Hijab- mellom religion og politikk. Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift. 3-17.
Report
  • 2017. Kunnskapsoppsummering - Helsehjelp til eldre. .
Lecture
  • 2018. Gender equality in Norway - Mothers' work.
Academic lecture
  • 2013. Shifting practices: A West Bank Wedding in the intersection of tradition, religion and "modernity".
  • 2012. Women as bread winners in the Occupied West Bank.
  • 2012. Money, trust and patriarchy in West Bank families.
  • 2012. Economic Management in West Bank Families.
  • 2011. Women as bread winners in the Occupied West Bank.
  • 2010. Patriarchal normality in economic crisis: working women on the West Bank.
  • 2008. From water and veil to household economy.
  • 2007. When Providers Can't Provide: Conswquences of the Occupation of Palestine for Gender Roles and the Patriarchy.
  • 2007. Household Economy and Gender in a West Bank village.
  • 2007. A Wedding Lunch in a Palestinian village.
  • 2006. Research questions concerning household economy on the West Bank in a moment of economic crisis.
  • 2006. Household economy and patriarchy in the southern Levant in a moment of economic crisis.
  • 2005. WOMEN AND RELIGIOUS CHANGES-Veil as a political symbol.
  • 2005. "Det virker som om de sparer til sin egen skilsmisse".
  • 2004. �We are as economically equal as can be�Economic management systems in Norwegian families with children.
  • 2004. Adat eller deen-slør som uttrykk for endringer i det palestinske samfunnet.
  • 2003. Gendered Strategies and Islamic Piety-An anthropological study of Palestinian women in an era of change.
Academic monograph
  • 2004. Farming will always remain the best job, it was the first love. A social anthropological comparison of irrigation societies at the West Bank.
Popular scientific article
  • 2004. Fra yeshiva til den israelske hæren. Babylon - Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier.
  • 2004. Er religiøs kunnskap en trussel mot det tradisjonelle patriarkiet? Babylon - Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier. 74-86.
Feature article
  • 2007. Hverdag under blokade. Klassekampen.
Doctoral dissertation
  • 2015. Women and Work - Money and Gifts. The Dynamics of Gendered Economic Adaptations in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Interview
  • 2009. Nrk formiddagssendingen.
  • 2009. "Bakgrunn for konfliktene i Midtøsten".
  • 2005. -.
Chapter
  • 2019. Teknologiske løsninger innenfor eldreomsorgen - hva kan vi lære av Japan? . . In:
    • 2019. Eldreboken. Fagbokforlaget.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

2009. Feasts for thought: Palestinian Women and the Case of a Wedding Lunch. I Nefissa Naguib (red.) Food and Foodways in the Middle East. Bergen: The Lower Jordan River Basin Programme Publications 18, pp. 111-121.

2008. Et bilde som overskygget teksten. Jordens Folk, 1: 16-17.

2007. Hverdag under blokade [kronikk]. Klassekampen, 14.05.07.

2005. Hijab - mellom religion og politikk. Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift, 1: 3-17.

My PhD work concerns Palestinian women on the West Bank and their role in their households' economy. I look into how women's increasing wage work is affecting their roles in their homes and I also look at other ways than through wage work women contribute to their household economy. Examples of the latter are through management of food and maintenance of social networks. To shed light on these factors I use a wedding lunch as an example as preparations of food in such an important social event as a wedding is captures both the importance of food distribution and of showcasing their networks. I am also concerned with how religion, in this case Islam, is part of women's every day life and tie this to their roles as mothers and wives and to their households' economic management. Patriarchal relations is discussed.

In earlier research I have looked at how the increase in use of "hijab" can be related to wider societal changes and changes in Islamic practices on a local level. I have also compared the development in income for living in two former farm villages in the West Bank. In a Norwegian context I have been concerned with economic relations and equality between couples with children.

Regional focus: Palestine, West Bank, Middle East

Thematic focus: Family, gender, household economy, Islam
 

Completed projects

1998-2008: Participation in The Lower Jordan River Basin Programme

2003-2005 Economic relations in Norwegian families with children

2005-2008: Participation in Global Moments in the Levant

2009-2012: Enabling Local Voices. The Gender and Development Forum
 

Research groups