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Syeda Lubna Bano Nadvi
Position Lecturer
Discipline Political Science / International Relations
Phone 031 260 7336 / 7124
Email nadvis@ukzn.ac.za
Campus Howard College Campus
Office Address MTB, Ground Floor ZG 152 / 147

Degrees Held 

  •    BA Hons (UDW), MA (Coventry, UK), PhD, UKZN

Research Interests:

  • International Relations, Political Islam, Middle East Politics, Comparative Politics, Politics of South Asia, African and South African Politics, Social Movements, Civil Society, Trans-national movements, Gender and Women’s Studies

Teaching Areas:

  • Political Science, International Relations, Gender Politics, Political Philosophy, Middle East Politics, Conflict Transformation and Peace Studies

Complete Research Record:

Books (Sole and Co-edited Authorship)

  • Khan S and Nadvi L, 2014, De-Monopolising Paradise, Pretoria : Unisa Press
  • Nadvi. L, 1989, Reflections upon Water, Durban : Academia Publishers

Chapters in Books

  • Nadvi L, 2012, “Reflections on the Legacy of Indentured Indians in South Africa : The Politics of Saving the Early Morning Market in Durban” in Legacies, Identities and Dilemmas: Understanding Contemporary India and South Africa, Patel S and Uys T (eds), London : Routledge.
  • Nadvi L, 2011, “What does it mean to be a young Muslim in contemporary South Africa? Perspectives on Popular Culture, Education, Muslims Public Discourses and Civic and Political Participation” in Tayob, A. Niehaus, I, & Weisse, W. (eds). Muslim schools and education in Europe and South Africa, Münster: Waxmann ISBN : 978-3-8309-2554-5
  • Nadvi L and Piper L, 2010, “Popular Mobilization, Party Dominance and Participatory Governance in South Africa” in Thompson L and Tapscott C (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements : Perspectives from the Global South, London : Zed Books
  • Nadvi L, 2008, “Islam and the State in South Africa” in Solomon H et al (eds), Political Islam and the State in Africa, Pretoria : Centre for International Political Studies, 137 - 156, ISBN : 978-0-620-41604-7
  • Nadvi L, 2006, “The War Against State Terrorism: Reframing the Debate on Global Terrorism” in Peleg S (ed), Fighting Terrorism in the Liberal State: An Integrated Model of Research, Intelligence and International Law, Amsterdam : IOS Press, 154 – 157, ISBN : 1-58603-600-9

Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  • Nadvi, L, 2005, Islam and Politics in the 21st Century, in Islam in the 21st Century, Solomon, H (ed), Pretoria : Centre for International Politics, 67 - 84

Journals

Articles

  • Naidoo N and Nadvi L, 2013, “Risk Factor Management and perpetrator rehabilitation in cases of gender-based violence in South Africa : Implications of Salutogenesis”, Agenda
  • Nadvi L, 2010, “Gender Approaches to Poverty Reduction in Informal Settlements in South Africa: Some Perspectives from the Social Movements Indaba – KZN”, Agenda : Gender and Poverty Reduction, January 2010, No 81
  • Nadvi L, 2008, “South African Muslims and Political Engagement in a Globalising Context”, South African Historical Journal, Vol 60; No 4, 618 – 636, ISSN : 0258 – 2473
  • Nadvi L, 2008, “The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game : The Socio-Economic Impact of the 2010 FIFA World Cup on the City of eThekwini and its Poors”, World Journal of Managing Events, Vol 2; No 1, 39 – 47, ISSN : 1991 - 1238
  • Buccus I and Nadvi L, 2007, “Muslims, Participation and Local Government Elections in Durban”, Critical Dialogue, Vol 3; No 1, 38 – 46
  • Buccus I and Nadvi L, 2006 / 2007, “The Muslim Vote in Post-Apartheid South Africa : An Analysis of Voting Patterns among Muslims in Durban at Local Government Level : Election 2006”, Annual Review of Islam in SA, No 9, 7 – 13, ISSN : 0-620-22755-9
  • Buccus I and Nadvi L, 2006, “Resisting the anti-terrorism bill: The role of Civil Society in Legislative Reform”, Critical Dialogue, Vol 2; No 1, 18 – 23, ISSN : 1726-8494
  • Buccus I and Nadvi L, 2005, “The Role of (Muslim) Civil Society in Resisting the Anti-Terrorism Bill”, Annual Review of Islam in South Africa, No 8, 45 – 49, ISSN : 0-620-22755-9
  • Habib. A and Nadvi L, “Party Disintegrations and Re-alignments in Post-apartheid South Africa”, Review of African Political Economy, 2002, No 92, 331 – 338, ISSN : 0305-6244

Reviews / Review Essays

  • Nadvi L, “Unthinking Citizenship : Feminist Debates in Contemporary South Africa”, Democratization, April 2006, Vol 13, No 2, 358 – 360, ISSN : 1351-0347
  • Nadvi L, “Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, the Cold War and the Roots of Terror”, Religion, State & Society, March 2006, Volume 34; No 1
  • Nadvi, L, “When Victims Become Killers”, Politikon, 2003, Vol 30; No 1, 99 – 100, ISSN : 0258-9346
  • Nadvi. L, "5 Years of SA's First Democratic Parliament", Transformation, 1999, No 40, 132 – 134, ISSN : 0258-7696

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