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Alexandra Greene (she/her) is a PhD candidate as part of the NWO Vici project "Engaged scholarship and narratives of change in comparative perspective" led by prof. dr. Halleh Ghorashi.
Prior to starting her PhD, Alexandra completed an MA in Gender Studies at Utrecht University, Netherlands. Her thesis is titled Place, time, and smartphones: refugee women affectively “making do” - A feminist research project exploring the situated and contested experiences of refugee women waiting in Greece.
She also holds a Graduate Diploma in Communication Studies from Concordia University, Canada and a BAH in English Literature and Philosophy from Queen's University, Canada.
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Gender Studies, Master, Universiteit Utrecht
2016 → 2018
Communication Studies, Graduate Diploma, Concordia University
2015 → 2016
English Literature, Philosophy, Bachelor, Queen's University
2010 → 2014
Mobiles and ‘making do’: Exploring the affective, digital practices of refugee women waiting in GreeceGreene, A., 20 Aug 2019, In : European Journal of Cultural Studies. p. 1-18 18 p.
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article › Academic › peer-review