Dr Rania Jaber
Research Development Officer (ABLE)
Innovation and Commercialisation Service
Division of Research and Innovation
I’m a researcher and lecturer having worked across anthropology and art history methods to research and write about contemporary art, translation, and the movement of people, cultures, objects, words, and ideas. My PhD in Art History and World Art Studies was obtained from the University of East Anglia in the UK. I previously lectured in anthropology at the American University of Beirut and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Centre for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies on the project ‘Decolonization, the Disciplines, and the University.’ My main research interests include the history of migration, multicultural identities, cross-cultural dialogue, and reciprocal exchanges
Year Citation 2021 Jaber, R. (2021). Art in circulation and translation. World Art, 11(3), 335-357.
2020 Jaber, R. (2020). Modern Bodies and Changing Identities. Journal of Middle East Women's Studies, 16(3), 346-350.
2019 Jaber, R. (2019). Modern bodies in the modern Middle East. International Journal of Fashion Studies, 6(1), 113-118.
Year Citation 2022 Jaber, R., & Corcoran-Nantes, Y. (2022). Transformative Exhibitions and Artistic
Practices: Vision and Culture
in the Educational Environment
of the Museum. In J. J. McIntyre-Mills, & Y. Corcoran-Nantes (Eds.), Transformative Education for Regeneration and Wellbeing A Critical Systemic Approach to Support Multispecies Relationships and Pathways to Sustainable Environments. Springer Nature.
Original Creative Works
Year Citation 2021 Authors: Jaber R, Daou A. Title: Min Sama La Sama. Description: N/A. Extent: 3:02.
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