Mariam Rahmani is a brown feminist and scholar. She is also a fiction and nonfiction writer whose work centers on transnational woman of color feminisms. Currently, Mariam is writing a coming-of-age novel that follows the friendship between two Iranian-American/American-Iranian women growing up in an orthodox Muslim community in Ohio, while her academic research traces a genealogy of Iranian feminisms in order to make space for that history in contemporary conversations.
Facing the Feminist in the Mirror: On Sara Ahmed’s “Living a Feminist Life”
In all the messiness of Sara Ahmed's "Living a Feminist Life," it offers more than a healthy start....