Myself, Professor Holly Thorpe, and Huda Anas had an opportunity to talk about the important report that was released on July 24, 2020, the “Building Cultural Inclusion in Sport – Insights from Muslim Women in sport and active recreation” symposium and Huda’s experience as an athlete in Aotearoa. Have a listen.
Ahmad, N. & Thorpe, H., Richards, J., Marfell, A., & Scott, H. (2020). Building Cultural Inclusion in Sport: Insights from Muslim Women in Sport and Active Recreation. Sport New Zealand Report.
Ahmad, N. & Thorpe, H. (2020). Muslim Sportswomen as Digital Space Invaders: Hashtag Politics and Everyday Visibilities. Communication & Sport. Read here.
The digital lives of Muslim sportswomen: Navigating the spaces of sport, culture, and social media (2019)
My PhD thesis is now live and can be found here.
Ahmad, N. (2020). Muslim women, sport and social media. In K. Ross (ed.) Encyclopedia of Gender, Media and Communications. Wiley-Blackwell.
My upcoming piece in “Sport, Politics and Society in the Middle East: A rigorous appraisal of the intersection of sport and politics across the region.” : Hurst Publishers.
Choi, Y, Slaker, J. & Ahmad, N. (2019). Deep strike: Playing gender in the world of Overwatch and the case of Geguri. Feminist Media Studies. Read here.
I was interviewed about Muslim sportswomen and my research on social media use by Muslim sportswomen, read on.
I was awarded the Gary Sailes Graduate Diversity Scholarship award by the North American Society for the Sociology of Sports (NASSS).
I was interviewed by Stuff NZ regarding my dissertation topic and its findings: Read all about it here
I was invited by Engaging Sports to submit a piece about my PhD. Read all about it here: #Muslim #Sportswoman: Dismantling dominant narratives through digital media
Ahmad, N. & Thorpe, H. (2016). Youth Sport in the Middle East. In Routledge Handbook on Youth Sport.
Youth, action sports and political agency in the Middle East: Lessons from a grassroots parkour group in Gaza
Thorpe, H. & Ahmad, N. (2013). Youth, action sports and political agency in the Middle East: Lessons from a grassroots parkour group in Gaza, International Review for the Sociology of Sport.
Pearce, K. E., Slaker, J. S., & Ahmad, N. (2013). Transnational families in Armenia and information communication technology use. International Journal of Communication.
I had the opportunity to discuss with fellow students and sports leaders about sports initiatives that incorporates technology with sports for development. The conference was a great opportunity to not only meet with fellow sports enthusiast, but to also discuss initiatives that could help address global social challenges.
I had the opportunity to be the moderator for the “Sport and National Identity in a Global World’s Symposium,” hosted by Dr. Holly Thorpe, a visiting scholar from University of Waikato at Georgetown University.