Mounia Mnouer

Lecturer
Email Address: 
mounia.mnouer@princeton.edu
Office Location: 
16 Dillon Court West
Office Hours: 
Tuesday:
12:15 pm-1:15 pm
Thursday:
12:15 pm-1:15 pm

Mounia Mnouer is an Amazigh Indigenous educator and scholar from Morocco. Both her parents and their families identify as Amazigh people of North Africa. She holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Northern Arizona University where she taught Arabic for eight years, built and directed the Arabic language minor and three summer study abroad programs to Morocco for undergraduate students. In addition to Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Mnouer’s educational background also includes Linguistics and Ethnic Studies. Her previous research explored the embodied narratives and intercultural journeys of study abroad students. Her current research includes critical narratives that pertain to Amazigh identities in Morocco and in the diaspora, engaging in social equity in international education, as well as employing decolonial frameworks to incorporate Indigenous voices in Arabic language content and pedagogy. Beyond Princeton, Dr. Mnouer also maintains an active role with the Moroccan Organization of Human Rights and The Voice of the Amazigh Woman Association on service education and Amazigh women’s issues.

 

Academic Publications

Mnouer, M. (2021). "The Imazighen of Morocco and the Diaspora on Facebook: Indigenous Cultural and Language Revitalization." In B. Carlson & J. Berglund (Eds.),  Indigenous Peoples Rise Up: the Global Ascendency of Social Media Activism (pp. 80-92 ). Rutgers University Press.

Mnouer, M. (2020). "Decolonizing the Arabic Classroom." Practicing Anthropology, 42(3), 32-35.

Mnouer, M. (2020). "A narrative of sexuality: reflections of a gay Latino man on his intercultural journey of study abroad." International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 1-9.

International Publications

·      مونية مناور (٢٠٢١). من الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية مونية مناور تكتب: أنا لست  بربرية، ولست شليحة... أنا أمازيغية!. مجلة مرايانا.

·      مونية مناور( ٢٠٢١). من الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية مونية مناور تكتب: تساؤلات مهاجرة: بين الهويّة والوهم. مجلة مرايانا. 

Professional Development Publications 

Mnouer, M. (2020). "International Students Elevate Higher Education.Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, October, 2020.

Mnouer, M. (2020, October). "Faculty Learning Communities: Five Skills Every Facilitator Should Capture.Faculty Focus.