Taha TAYEBI got a BA in English Studies in 2014 from Ibn Tofail University, Morocco. In 2017, he obtained his master’s degree in Culture and Linguistics from the same university. His monograph was about the feminist representations in Moroccan cinema, Nabil Ayouch’s Zine Li Fik (Much Loved) as a case study. Currently, he is a Ph.D. candidate at Ibn Tofail University and a graduate teaching assistant at the faculty of Humanities. His Ph.D. thesis is basically entitled as “Secularism and Secular Political/ Social Movements through the Eyes of Moroccan Youth” supervised by Dr. Soumaya BELHABIB. At the moment, he is a research fellow of the DAAD program: The Maghreb in Transition: Media, Knowledge, and Power (Morocco, Germany, and Tunisia). He is also a research fellow of the DGAP program “Promotion of Think Tank Work in the MENA Region“. Taha was selected to participate in the Youth Forum and in the EuroMeSCo Annual Conference “Civil Society and Social Movements in the Euro-Mediterranean Region”, organized in Barcelona, Spain. He has been working on several topics within Cultural Studies including gender issues, resistance, feminist representations, religion, politics, and youth culture.
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