Hadil Abuhmaid

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Biography

Hadil earned a BS in Journalism and Political Science from Bir-Zeit University in Palestine and an MA in Nonprofit Management from the University of Oregon, with a focus on Arts Administration. She is the co-founder of Filmlab: Palestine, a nonprofit company based in Ramallah, that aims at developing the cinema industry in Palestine. Her work in the field of cinema has created a base for her research interest Palestinian self-representation. Through her research, Hadil aims at examining the effects of soft and hard borders constucted by the occupation on the formation and self-representation of the national identity in Palestinian feature films. Her research interests include cinema studies, diasporic studies, representations, and national identity.

In addition to academic work, Hadil is a member of the Graduate School Advisory Board at the University of Oregon, a member of the Student Advisory Board for the Office of the Dean of Students, and a board member of Creating Connections; a graduate student group that supports traditionally marginalized population in the U.S. higher education. She is also a member of the University of Oregon campus planning committee. 

 

Education

Bachelor degree in Journalism and Political Science from Bir-Zeit University, Ramallah, Palestine.

Master degree in Nonprofit Management with focus on Arts Administration from University of Oregon, OR, United States. 

Doctoral Candidate in Media Studies at University of Oregon since 2018.

Publications

Growing up in the Age of Fake News - A UNESCO Courier article

https://en.unesco.org/courier/2021-2/growing-age-fake-news?fbclid=IwAR2DbVxKT4zVUH25jj5GPANh18pALsCu0s3ZnE0U842tqwI6E_45xfHhNkA

Social Media in the Middle East: 2020 in review - coauthor

https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/handle/1794/26152

Social Media in the Middle East: 2019 in review - coauthor

https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/handle/1794/25119

Innovation for Oppression - A Ms. Magazine article 

https://msmagazine.com/2019/04/05/innovation-for-oppression/