abempp

Institut for Ledelse, Politik og Filosofi

Amira
Benali
Post.doc.
,
PhD


Kontor: POR/18.B-3.128
Tel:
+4538153653
E-mail: abe.mpp@cbs.dk
Amirabenali
Præsentation

Amira Benali is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy at Copenhagen Business School in Denmark. She is an interdisciplinary scholar working on issues related to, gender, social justice, poverty and alternative economies in the intersection of management, geography, and socio-anthropology. Drawing on Feminist, postcolonial and post-development theories, her current project focuses on the social and solidarity economy. In particular, she is studying the experiences of marginalized women in the post-revolution Tunisia.

Link til denne hjemmeside
www.cbs.dk/staff/abempp
Udvalgte publikationer
  • BENALI Amira, Ren Carina (2018), Lice Work: Non-human Trajectories in Volunteer Tourism. Tourist Studies, 19(2), 238–257
  • BENALI Amira, ORIS Michel ( 2019), Consuming poverty: Volunteer Tourism in an Orphanage in Nepal, book chapter in Modern-day Slavery and orphanage tourism, Wallinford, Cabi
Publikationer sorteret efter:
2020
Amira Benali; Michel Oris / Consuming Poverty : Volunteer Tourism in an Orphanage in Nepal.
I: Modern Day Slavery and Orphanage Tourism. red. /Joseph M. Cheer; Leigh Mathews; Kathryn E. van Doore; Karen Flanagan. Wallingford : CABI Publishing 2020, s. 110-122
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
2019
Amira Benali; Carina Ren / Lice Work : Non-human Trajectories in Volunteer Tourism.
I: Tourist Studies, Vol. 19, Nr. 2, 2019, s. 238–257
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Jannick Friis Christensen; Ana Maria Munar; Florence Villeséche; Claudia Eger; Amira Benali / Queering Hospitality : Roses Are Red. Gender Is Performative. Why Is Tourism so Heteronormative?.
I: Critical Tourism Studies Proceedings: CTS 2019. . red. /Kellee Caton. Kamloops : Thompson Rivers University 2019, 1 s.
Konferenceabstrakt i proceedings > peer review
Amira Benali; Aicha Belhaouane / Questioning the Empowerment Discourse : The Case of Rural Women in Ecotourism in Post-revolutionary Tunisia.
I: Critical Tourism Studies Proceedings: CTS 2019. . red. /Kellee Caton. Kamloops : Thompson Rivers University 2019, 1 s.
Konferenceabstrakt i proceedings > peer review
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