School of Social Sciences

Syeda Lubna Bano Nadvi

nadvis@ukzn.ac.za

031-260-733671

  • Details

  • Position AL: Teaching & Learning; Lecturer;
  • Discipline International Relations; Political Science;
  • CampusHoward College Campus
  • Office AddressMTB, 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

Selected

Publications

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