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Faculty of Divinity


Ayesha Ulhaq is a first-year PhD student, studying the emotional geographies of British Muslim women's safety at home, in public and in third spaces. Her research will focus on Muslim communities in Britain and seeks to explore the relationship between gender, space, emotion, and religion in the everyday lives of Muslim women. Ayesha's research attempts to strengthen the relationship between communities, the public, and academia by involving communities in crucial phases of the research process through participatory approaches and innovative methodology.

Visual Methodologies
Muslim Communities in Britain
Gender Studies
Social Research
Feminist Geographies

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