Assistant Professor, Department of International Studies, University of Oregon

Dr. Joya's research focuses on the impact of economic globalization on the Middle East and North Africa with a particular focus on Egypt and Syria. She is the author of numerous articles in journals such as: Review of African Political Economy, Research in Political Economy, and Middle Eastern Studies. She has contributed book chapters to Confronting Global Neoliberalism: Third World Resistance and Development Strategies (edited by Richard Westra, Clarity Press, 2011) and Empire’s Ally: Canada and the War in Afghanistan (edited by Jerome Klassen and Greg Albo, University of Toronto Press, 2013). She is currently preparing a manuscript tentatively titled The Political Economy of Egypt under Mubarak: Accumulation by Dispossession and Land Relations, 1991-2010. In other research, Dr. Joya is examining the role of Islamist opposition parties and their struggle for power in Egypt and Syria. She has conducted fieldwork in Egypt, Palestine, Jordan and Turkey.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor, Department of International Studies , University of Oregon