BSc from Georgetown University. MA from the School of Oriental and African Studies. MPhil from New York University. PhD from New York University
Yasmin Moll's areas of specialization are the anthropologies of media, religion and the Middle East. Her current book project, The Revolution Within: Producing Islam in/for the New Egypt, is based on over two years of fieldwork in Cairo exploring Islamic television channels as prominent sites of cultural and political contestations within the Egyptian Islamic Revival. Her second project, The People’s Propaganda, examines the intersections of technology, violence and political mobilization in (counter)revolutionary Egypt.
TELEVISION IS NOT RADIO: Theologies of Mediation in the Egyptian Islamic Revival
Subtitling Islam: Translation, Mediation, Critique
The Moral Economy of Islamic Television: Panic and its Perils
Divine cosmopolitanism: a reply
Islamic Feminism Between Interpretive Freedom and Legal Codification: The Case of Sisters in Islam in Malaysia