Christian de Montlibert, PhD, Professeur Émérite
Christian de Montlibert, né en 1937, est un sociologue français, professeur émérite à l’université Marc Bloch de Strasbourg, directeur –fondateur de la revue Regards Sociologiques « www.regards-sociologiques.com. » Docteur Honoris Causa de l’université de Crête, il a assuré des enseignements en Grèce, à l’université de Lausanne, à l’université de Fribourg en Brisgau, à l’université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar.
Barbara Watson Andaya, PhD, Professor
University of Hawaii, USA
Barbara Watson Andaya is Professor of Asian Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (since 1994) and currently Chair of the Asian Studies Program. She was formerly Director of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (2003-2010) and in 2005-06 she was President of the American Association of Asian Studies. Professor Andaya grew up in Sydney, Australia, and was educated at the University of Sydney (BA, Dip.Ed.).
Alison Scott-Baumann, PhD, Professor
University of Derby, UK
Professor Alison Scott-Baumann is full research professor at the University of Derby, UK and a visiting Research Fellow at Lancaster University. She works as an activist philosopher. Her two main areas of interest are Islam and women. Inclusive societies depend, among other things, upon the emancipation of women so that they can facilitate the resolving of shared problems and Alison works in various different ways to support all women...
Alison E. Woodward, PhD, Research Professor
Institute for European Studies, Department of Political Science
Alison E. Woodward (Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley) is Research Professor at the Free University of Brussels (VUB) and co-director of RHEA, the Center for Gender Studies and Diversity Research. She is a Senior Associate of the Institute for European Studies at the VUB. She worked for 15 years in Sweden at Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan and Uppsala University and has had guest positions at...
Oana Baluta, PhD, Associate Professor
University of Bucharest
Associate Professor at the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies within the University of Bucharest where she teaches Introduction to Political Theory, Contemporary Political Ideologies, Gender and Politics, Introduction into Mass Media System and at the Gender, Minorities and Political Studies, Faculty of Political Science (National School for Political Studies and Public Administration) where she teaches...
Henrieta Anișoara Șerban, PhD, Researcher
Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations of the Romanian Academy
Henrieta Anișoara Șerban, PhD from the Romanian Academy; scientific researcher at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations of the Romanian Academy, and the Institute of Philosophy and Psychology “Constantin Rădulescu-Motru” of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania; correspondent member of the Academy of Romanian Scientists. She has lectured at the Catholic University of Brussels and at Loughborough University.
Semiha Topal, PhD
Fatih University, Turkey
Dr. Semiha Topal is currently an Assistant Professor and the Head of the Sociology department at Fatih University in Istanbul, Turkey. She has been working as a Project Advisor for the Women’s Platform of Journalists and Writers Foundation voluntarily for the last three years. She has spoken and written extensively on women and religion, women in Muslim societies, politics of religion and gender in Turkey, and the Hizmet Movement.