Ale Boussalem
  • KY16 9AL

    United Kingdom

Personal profile

Research overview

I am a social and cultural geographer working at the intersection of queer geographies and geographies of race, racialisation and ethnicity. My research to date has focused on intersections of homo/bi/transphobia and Islamophobia/racism in the experiences of LGBTQ+ people from a Muslim background living in Brussels, Belgium. The project I am currently working on looks at experiences of racialisation and racism, processes of identity formation and sense of place for Italians of North-African descent. My research is grounded in queer, intersectional and critical race epistemologies. I am a qualitative researcher and I have used different methods of data collection in my research, including participant observation, interviews and participatory theatre.

Teaching activity

I am module coordinator for: 

  • GG3207: Qualitative Methods for Human Geographers 
  • GG3214: Human Geography Fieldcourse 
  • GG4243: Geographies of Race, Racialisation and Racism

In addition to this, I contribute to GG2013: Exploring the Discipline of Geography I, and I am Wellbeing Officer for the School of Geography and Sustainable Development

 

Profile Keywords

Geographies of race and racism; intersectionality; queer geographies; queer of color critique; qualitative methods

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