Dr Nayia Kamenou

Job: VC2020 Lecturer in Social Work

Faculty: Health and Life Sciences

School/department: School of Applied Social Sciences

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester LE1 9BH

T: 0116 257 8731

E: nayia.kamenou@dmu.ac.uk

W: https://sites.google.com/site/nayiakamenou/

 

Personal profile

Nayia Kamenou completed a joint BA (Hons) in Political Science – Thomas Hunter Honors Program Degree at Hunter College, City University of New York (summa cum laude), an MSc in Human Rights at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and her Ph.D. in European Studies at King’s College London (viva examination passed without amendments to thesis required). Dr Kamenou was the recipient of the Cyprus State Scholarship Foundation from 2001 to 2010. She also received the King’s College Graduate School Studentship and Fee Waiver (2007 -2010). Prior to taking her lectureship at De Montfort University, Dr Kamenou completed a visiting research fellowship at the Centre for Hellenic Studies, King’s College London and worked as an Associate Lecturer in the Department of Social and Political Sciences, at the University of Cyprus. She also worked as an Associate Lecturer at European University Cyprus and at the University of Nicosia.

Dr Kamenou’s research is highly interdisciplinary and cuts across numerous social sciences fields. She conducts research and has published work on (i) the interrelations between nationhood, ethnic identities, gender and sexuality; (ii) the impact of Europeanization on LGBTIQ rights and LGBTIQ political mobilization; (iii) women’s participation in radical right parties and the formation of gendered political agency and identities; (iv) women’s role in peace-building processes; (v) representations of gender and sexual identities in cinema; (vi) and trans* law and policy formation and its impact on trans* activism. Her research draws on political science, Europeanization studies, sexuality studies, gender theory, social movements studies and queer theory. Using primarily qualitative methods, Dr Kamenou’s research seeks to develop theories of political agency and identity formation via challenging disciplinary boundaries. Her work is firmly committed to political and social concerns in a range of geographical contexts, and to the development of possible interventions for their resolution.

Dr Nayia Kamenou is affiliated with a number of national and transnational research centres and non-governmental organizations. These include Accept-LGBT Cyprus, the Gender Advisory Team (GAT), and the Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS). She is interested in and has led and participated in research projects that aim at the eradication of marginalizations based on gender, gender identity and sexuality.

Research group affiliations

Media Discourse Research Centre; Centre of European Governance

Key research outputs

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Research interests/expertise

Nationhood, ethnic identities, gender and sexuality

Europeanization and LGBTIQ rights and political mobilization

Women, gender and political agency in the radical right

Women, gender and peace-building

Representations of gender and sexual identities in cinema

Trans* law, policy and activism

Areas of teaching

Postgraduate and undergraduate supervision of dissertations on a number of social sciences topics including:

asylum seekers, refugees and the role of social work; female genital mutilation, human rights and cultural relativism; neoliberal peacebuilding, state-building and post-conflict development; trans institutional discrimination and health care provision; social work interventions in education; and women as weapons of war

▪ Cyprus Society and Politics

▪ Democracy and Democratization

▪ European Integration and European Culture

▪ Gender and International Organizations

▪ Gender, Power and Politics

▪ Human Rights

▪ Introduction to Sociology

▪ Law, Rights, and Policy

▪ Politics and the Arts

▪ Social Theory and Citizenship

▪ Sociology of Development

▪ The Cyprus Problem

Qualifications

PhD European Studies (King’s College London)

MSc Human Rights (London School of Economics and Political Science)

BA (Hons) Political Science - Thomas Hunter Special Honors Curriculum (Hunter College, City University of New York)

Courses taught

Introduction to Rights, Law and Policy (Year 1)

Research Informed Practice (Year 2)

Placement 1 (Year 2)

Research Project (Year 3)

Placement 2 (Year 3)

Research Methods for Social Work (MA)

Honours and awards

Economic and Social Research Council Training Bursary, 2017

De Montfort University, School of Applied Social Sciences 2016/17 Small Research Fund, 2016-2017

De Montfort University, School of Applied Social Sciences 2015/16 Small Research Fund, 2015-2016

King’s College Graduate School Studentship and Fee Waiver, 2007-2010

Cyprus State Scholarship Foundation: Scholarship for PhD Researchers, 2007-2011

Cyprus State Scholarship Foundation: Scholarship for Graduate Studies, 2005-2006

Cyprus State Scholarship Foundation: Scholarship for Undergraduate Studies, 2001-2005

Hunter College Class Salutatorian, 2005

Hunter College Dean’s List, 2001-2005

Thomas Hunter Honors Program Certification, 2003-2005              

Hunter College International Student Scholarship Award, 2003

Athanasiades Cultural Foundation Inc. (New York) Scholarship Award, 2002

Membership of professional associations and societies

Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Research Associate at the NGO Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies

Researcher at the Gender Advisory Team

Research Associate at the NGO Accept-LGBT Cyprus

Member of the Project Advisory Board of the NGO Cyprus Community Media Centre

Member of the Cyprus Academic Dialogue Association

Member of the Association for Cypriot, Greek and Turkish Affairs

Professional licences and certificates

Certificate in Research Supervision (De Montfort University)

Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice (King’s College London)

Forthcoming events

Expert participant/co-organizer of the Women, Peace and Security events, led by Professor Monica McWilliams and organized by the Embassy of Ireland in Cyprus and the PRIO Cyprus Centre (upon invitation by Ambassador Deirdre Ní Fhallúin), Nicosia, Cyprus, 22-26 September 2018.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Greece and Cyprus: Political Agency, Identity, and Gender.” Paper to be presented at the conference Social Media, Surveillance, and Identity: Global Perspectives, organized by the De Montfort University Media Discourse Centre, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom, 24-25 October 2018.

Conference attendance

Kamenou, Nayia. “Social Movements and Europeanization: Resisting and Embracing Intersectionality in the Periphery.” Paper presented at the Early Career Researcher Conference: A Showcase of New Research and New Researchers, organized by the De Montfort University Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom, 20 June 2018.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Social Movements and Europeanization: Resisting and Embracing Intersectionality in the Periphery.” Paper presented at the European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions of Workshops, University of Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus, 10-14 April 2018.

Kamenou, Nayia. “On Precariousness and Emancipation: Female Political Subjectivities and Agency in the Greek Far-Right.” Paper presented at the Semi Plenary Session on (Un)Making Subjectivities of the 13th Conference of The European Sociological Association on (Un)Making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences & Harokopio University, Athens, Greece, 29 August-1 September 2017.

Kamenou, Nayia. “‘When one doesn’t even exist…’ Trans Rights, Policy and Activism in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, organized by the European Consortium for Political Research Standing Group on Gender and Politics, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland, 8-10 June 2017.

Kamenou, Nayia. “‘On Precariousness and Emancipation: Gender and Agency in the Greek Far Right.” Paper presented at the VC2020 Research Event, organized by the De Montfort University Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom, 24 May 2017.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Where Inequality is the Solution to Non-Existence: The Institutionalization of Trans Discrimination in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Leicester Human Rights, Arts and Film Festival: Transgender, at Home and Abroad (upon invitation), Secular Hall, Leicester, United Kingdom, 6 December 2016.

Kamenou, Nayia. “The Present Moment of Feminism in Cyprus: The Gender Advisory Team, United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and Peace Negotiations.” Keynote speech delivered at the Global Leadership Empowerment and Diversity Summit (upon invitation), organized by Global Hands UK and Your Change for a Change, The Venue@DMU, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom, 17 November 2016.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Where Inequality is the Solution to Non-Existence: Social Policy, Trans Health and the Institutionalization of Discrimination in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the ILGA-Europe 20th Annual Conference, Self-Organised Meeting: General Trans Community Event (upon invitation), Hilton Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 21 October 2016.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Where Inequality is the Solution to Non-Existence: Social Policy, Trans Health and the Institutionalization of Discrimination in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the ILGA-Europe 20th Annual Conference, Research Presentations, Hilton Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 20 October 2016.

Kamenou, Nayia. “‘We are Political Soldiers Willing to Die for our Party’: Women, Gender and Political Agency in the Greek Golden Dawn.” Paper presented at the European Consortium for Political Research General Conference, Charles University in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic, 10 September 2016.

Kamenou, Nayia. “The Present Moment of Feminism: Women, Agency and Rights in the Shadow of the Cyprus Imbroglio.” Poster presented at the Feminism and Gender in the Social Sciences Symposium, organized by the De Montfort University Sexual Violence and Domestic Violence Research Network and the De Montfort University School of Applied Social Sciences, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, 17 June 2016.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Sexuality, Gender and the (Re)Making of Modernity, Nationhood and Identities: The Case of Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Participation and Social Justice Research Group Seminar Series (upon invitation), De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, 20 January 2016.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Gender and Political Agency in the Greek Far Right.” Paper presented at the Seminar Series of the Department of Politics and Public Policy in the Faculty of Business and Law, organized in conjunction with De Montfort University’s Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (upon invitation), De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, 13 January 2016.

Kamenou, Nayia. “LGBTI Discrimination in Cyprus: Causes and Responses” [«Διακρίσεις κατά των ΛΟΑΤΙ Ατόμων στην Κύπρο: Αίτια και Αντιμετώπιση»]. Paper presented at the Addressing the Phenomena of Hate Speech and Hate Crimes in Cyprus Conference (upon invitation; pre-recorded video), organized by the Research Institute Promitheas (INEP), Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus, 7 October 2015.

Kamenou, Nayia. “If These Walls Could Talk: (Re) Addressing Questions about Lesbianism, Feminism and Parenthood.” Paper presented at the University of Cyprus Gender & Sexuality Festival (upon invitation), organized by the University of Cyprus Academic Affairs and Student Welfare Service and the Cyprus Family Planning Association, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 22 April 2015.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Does Sexuality Have an Identity?” [«Έχει Ταυτότητα η Σεξουαλικότητα;»]. Paper presented at the University of Cyprus Sociology & Social Criticism Club Seminar Series (upon invitation), University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 26 March 2015.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Gender and Sexuality in Cyprus: Achievements and Challenges.” Paper presented at the Grundtvig Meeting in Cyprus (upon invitation), organized by Accept-LGBT Cyprus and other LGBTI organizations and funded by the Erasmus+ Programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport, Cleopatra Hotel, Nicosia, Cyprus, 6 March 2015.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Bodies and Identities that Matter” [«Σώματα και Ταυτότητες με Σημασία»]. Paper presented at the seminar Bodies and Identities that Matter: An Open Discussion about Transgenderism [Σώματα και Ταυτότητες με Σημασία: Μια Ανοιχτή Συζήτηση τη Διεμφυλικότητα], organized by Nayia Kamenou for the University of Cyprus Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 26 November 2014.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Peace, Conflict and Sexual Order in Times of Change: Theory and Practice.” Paper presented at the 2014 International Summer School in Peace and Conflict Studies on Peace, Order and Conflict in a Time of Crisis: Theory and Practice (upon invitation), organized by the University of Cyprus in collaboration with the European Consortium for Political Research, the Home for Cooperation and the International Association of Peace and Conflicts Studies, Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus, 29 July 2014.

Kamenou, Nayia. “The Politics of Sexuality in the Border Countries of the European Union: The Case of Cyprus” [«Η Πολιτική της Σεξουαλικότητας στις Παραμεθόριες Χώρες της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης: Η Περίπτωση της Κύπρου»]. Paper presented at the Department of Sociology Postgraduate Seminar Series (upon invitation), University of Crete, Rethymno, Greece, 28 May 2014.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “Voting Trends of the LGBTQ Community” [«Τάσεις Ψήφου της LGBTQ Κοινότητας»]. Paper presented at the Vote for Your Rights Project Presentation (upon invitation), convened by Colour Youth-Athens LGBTQ Youth Community and Athens Pride with the support of the Open Society Foundations, Athena 9.84 Hall, Athens, Greece, 5 May 2014.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “Gender and Women in the Greek Far Right: The Case of the Golden Dawn Women’s Front” [«Φύλο και Γυναίκες στην Ελληνική Ακροδεξιά: Η Περίπτωση του Μετώπου Γυναικών της Χρυσής Αυγής»]. Paper presented at the Conference on the Phenomenon of the Far Right in Cyprus, Greece and Europe: Considerations, Positions and Suggestions (upon invitation), convened by KISA – Action for Equality, Support, Antiracism with the support of the Open Society Foundations, Nicosia Municipality Peace Hall, Nicosia, Cyprus, 26 March 2014.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “How Soap Operas Are Changing the World” [«Πώς οι Σαπουνόπερες Αλλάζουν τον Κόσμο»]. Paper presented at the Department of Social and Political Sciences Postgraduate Seminar Series (upon invitation), University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 12 February 2014.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “Institutionalized Religion and the Construction of Sexuality and Gender in the Case of Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Symposium on Gender, Fundamentalism and Nationalism (upon invitation), convened by the SOAS Centre for Gender Studies and the University of East London Centre for Research on Migration, Refugees and Belonging, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, UK, 15 November 2013.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “When the ‘Rest’ Meets the ‘West’: Aesthetics, Gender Performance and the Politics of   Sexuality in Cyprus” [«Όταν οι «Υπόλοιποι» Συναντούν τη «Δύση»: Αισθητική, Επιτέλεση του Φύλου και η Πολιτική της Σεξουαλικότητας στην Κύπρο»]. Paper presented at the Genders & Power Festival [Φεστιβάλ Φύλα & Εξουσία] (upon invitation), convened by the group Συσπείρωση Ατάκτων, Faneromeni Square, Nicosia, Cyprus, 12 October 2013.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “The Position of Women in Cyprus Economy.” Paper Presented at the Euromed Civil Forum (upon invitation) on behalf of the Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies, coordinated by Réseau EuroMed France and co-funded by the European Union, Hotel Le Plaza, Brussels, Belgium, 4 September 2013.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “(Re) constructing ‘Selves’ and ‘Others’: National and Sexual Identities and Subjectivities in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the conference Pre- and Post-Conflict: Emerging Powers and the Future of the World Order (upon invitation), convened by the University of York, the University of Hull, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) Cyprus Centre and the University of Nicosia, University of Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2 September 2013.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “Constructing ‘Selves’ and ‘Others’: Sexual Subjectivities, Queer Normativity and the Politics of Sexuality in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Revisiting Sexualities in the 21st Century Conference, convened by the Cyprus Sociological Association, University of Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus, 8 June 2013.

Kamenou, Nayia.  “When the ‘Rest’ Meets the ‘West’: Aesthetics, Gender Performance and the Politics of Sexuality in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Arts, Aesthetics and Power Workshop (upon invitation), American College of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece, 22 May 2013.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Women’s Discourses of Women’s Rights: Strategic or Nationalist Essentialisms?” Paper presented at the Women’s Peace: Applying United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 to Cyprus and the Region Conference (upon invitation), convened by the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) Cyprus Centre and the Gender Advisory Team (GAT) Cyprus, Chateau Status, Nicosia, Cyprus, 6 December 2012.

Kamenou, Nayia. “The Cypriot LGBT Movement: Prospects and Perils” [«Κυπριακό Κίνημα ΛΟΑΤ: Εμπόδια και Προοπτικές Ανάπτυξης»]. Paper presented at the Department of Social and Political Sciences Postgraduate Seminar Series (upon invitation), University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 24 October 2012.

Kamenou, Nayia. “The Good, the Bad and the Other: Discourses of National and Sexual Identity in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Modern Greek Studies Postgraduate Seminar (upon invitation), King’s College London, London, UK, 5 March 2010.

Kamenou, Nayia. “‘Cyprus is the Country of Heroes, Not of Homosexuals’: Sexuality, Gender and Nationhood in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Queer@King’s interdepartmental and interdisciplinary research group monthly meeting (upon invitation), King’s College London, London, UK, 28 January 2010.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Identity Wars: Sexuality, Gender and Nationhood in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Institute for Gender and Sexuality quarterly meeting (upon invitation), Birkbeck, London, UK, 28 October 2009.

Kamenou, Nayia. “The Construction of National Identity, Gender and Sexuality in Cyprus and the Role of European Human Rights for LGBTQ People.”Paper presented at the 9th Biennial European Sociological Association Conference, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, 5 September 2009.

Kamenou, Nayia. “The Construction of National Identity, Gender and Sexuality in Cyprus and the Role of European Human Rights for LGBTQ People.” Paper presented at the 4th Biennial Hellenic Observatory PhD Symposium on Contemporary Greece, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK, 25 June 2009.

Kamenou, Nayia. “The Construction of National Identity, Gender and Sexuality in Cyprus and the Role of European Human Rights for LGBTQ People.” Paper presented at the Global Arc of Justice: Sexual Orientation Law around the World Conference, convened by the Williams Institute at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law, the International Lesbian and Gay Law Association (ILGLaw) and the City of West Hollywood, University of California at Los Angeles, LA, 11-14 March 2009.

Kamenou, Nayia. “National Identity and the Construction of Gender and Sexuality in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the European Studies Research Students’ Monthly Workshop (upon invitation), King’s College London, London, UK, 9 December 2008.

Kamenou, Nayia. “National Identity and the Construction of Gender and Sexuality in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Conference on Gender and Identity in Contemporary Greece, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 18 October 2008.

Kamenou, Nayia. “National Identity and the Construction of Gender and Sexuality in Cyprus.” Paper presented at the Queer in Europe International Research Symposium, convened by the Centre for the Interdisciplinary Study of Sexuality and Gender in Europe, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK, 13-15 September 2008.

CONFERENCE & ACADEMIC EVENTS ORGANIZATION

Expert participant/co-organizer of the Women, Peace and Security events, led by Professor Monica McWilliams and organized by the Embassy of Ireland in Cyprus and the PRIO Cyprus Centre (upon invitation by Ambassador Deirdre Ní Fhallúin), Nicosia, Cyprus, 22-26 September 2018.

Delegate to the 61st Session of the United Nations Economic and Social Council Commission on the Status of Women on behalf of Sociologists for Women in Society, organized by UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, United Nations Headquarters, New York, USA, 13-24 March 2017.

Director of the 2015 International Summer School in Peace and Conflict Studies on State Fragmentation, Regional Crises and War Endings, organized by the University of Cyprus in collaboration with the European Consortium for Political Research, the Home for Cooperation and the International Association of Peace and Conflicts Studies, University of Cyprus & Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus, 19-31 July 2015.

Organizer of the seminar Bodies and Identities That Matter: An Open Discussion About Transgenderism [Σώματα και Ταυτότητες με Σημασία: Μια Ανοιχτή Συζήτηση για τη Διεμφυλικότητα], hosted by University of Cyprus Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 26 November 2014.

Member of the organizing team of the Symposium on Citizenship, Gender & Women in Cyprus, hosted by the Gender Advisory Team, the PRIO Cyprus Centre and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus, 16 December 2013.

Member of the organizing team of the Conference Gender and the Law: Debating Citizenship Reform in Cyprus, hosted by the Gender Advisory Team, the PRIO Cyprus Centre and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus, 28 September 2013.

Current research students

I am interested in supervising doctoral research on the following topics:

Gender and sexuality identities and subjectivities

LGBTIQ rights, movements and mobilization

Women, gender and political agency

Externally funded research grants information

Social Expert & Interviewer for Cyprus: F-SE-13-T12FRANET - European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). Data collection and research services on fundamental rights issues, Tender for LOT 12 (Cyprus), August 2014-August 2018.Consortium / Collaborators: University of Nicosia - Educational Excellence Cooperation (EDEX) & Symfiliosi.

Lead Researcher: “Vote for Your Rights” Project [Πρόγραμμα «Ψήφισε για τα Δικαιώματα σου»], March 2014-September 2014. Two-phased project. Initiative of Colour Youth-Athens LGBTQ Youth Community and Athens Pride. Part of Open Society Initiative for Europe. Funded by Open Society Foundations.

Research Associate: “Confronting Hate Speech, Behaviour and Crimes in Cyprus” Project [Πρόγραμμα «Αντιμετώπιση της Ρητορικής, Συμπεριφορών και Εγκλημάτων Μίσους στην Κύπρο»], May 2014-August 2014. Initiative of Research Institute Promitheas (INEP), in collaboration with the Accept-LGBT Cyprus. Co-funded by EEA Grants and the Republic of Cyprus.

Research Associate: European Social Survey (ESS) Project, Round 6, October 2012-December 2012. Principal Investigator: Professor Marios Vryonides, European University Cyprus.

Internally funded research project information

Lead Researcher: (Un)Gendering Peace and State Building in Cyprus: Social Policy as Trojan Horse. Funded by the De Montfort University School of Applied Social Sciences 2016/17 Small Research Fund.

Lead Researcher: Where Inequality is the Solution to Non-Existence: Social Policy, Trans Health and the Institutionalization of Discrimination in Cyprus. Funded by the De Montfort University School of Applied Social Sciences 2015/16 Small Research Fund.

Professional esteem indicators

REVIEWED FOR:

European Journal of Cultural Studies (ISSN: 13675494; Online ISSN: 14603551)

Journal of Greek Media & Culture (ISSN: 20523971; Online ISSN: 2052398X)

The Cyprus Review (ISSN: 1015-2881)

Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Other Work 

Kamenou, Nayia. 2012. “‘Cyprus is the Country of Heroes, Not of Homosexuals’: Sexuality, Gender and Nationhood in Cyprus.” PhD diss., King’s College London. Available at: https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/files/12780640/Studentthesis-Nayia_Kamenou_2012.pdf

IN PREPARATION/SUBMITTED/FORTHCOMING:

Kamenou, Nayia. “‘When One Doesn’t Even Exist’: Europeanization, Trans* Subjectivities, and Agency in Cyprus.”

Kamenou, Nayia. “Feminism in Cyprus: Gender, Women and Agency in the Shadow of Nationalism.”

Kamenou, Nayia. “Women, Gender, and Right-Wing Extremism in Greece and Cyprus.”

Kamenou, Nayia. “Social Movements and Europeanization: Resisting and Embracing Intersectionality in the Periphery.” In Confronting Privileges: Intersectionality in Gender and Sexuality Politics (working title), edited by Eléonore Lépinard and Elizabeth Evans.

Kamenou, Nayia. “Sexuality and the Nation in a Changing Landscape.” New Queer Greece, Special Issue of the Journal of Greek Media and Culture, edited by Dimitris Papanikolaou, Vassiliki Kolocotroni, and Eleni Papargyriou.

 

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