People at IHS in alphabetical order:
Elaheh Mohammadi is a sociologist with research interests in feminism, decoloniality, and sociology of knowledge. She studied sociology at Masaryk University in Brno and has been also a doctoral research fellow at the Universities in Toronto, Vienna, and Graz. For her Ph.D. research, she worked on changes in Iranian women's perceptions of womanhood, materialism, and sexual intimacy. She now works on the intersection of care, emotions, body, and policy and collaborates in the research project “Crafting liberal democracy through self-determination,” funded by the FWF Science fund.
Mohammadi, E. and Durnová, A., (2021). Policy Expertise in Reproductive Rights: The Case of “Civil Sexuality” in Iran. International Review of Public Policy, 3/3, No. 3.
Durnova, A. and Mohammadi, E., (2021). Intimacy, home, and emotions in the era of the pandemic. Sociology Compass, pp. 1-10.
Mohammadi, E., (2018). Behrooz Ghamari-Tabrizi, Foucault in Iran: Islamic Revolution after the Enlightenment. International Sociology: Journal of the International Sociological Association /ISA, University College Cardiff Press, 33/2018, No. 2, pp. 237-239.
Mohammadi, E. Global Inspirations and Plastic Modesty: The Case of Intimacy and Composite Gender Arrangements in Iran. PhD diss., Masaryk University, 2020.
Eardley, A., Mohammadi, E. and Merliza, B., (2013). A Survey of Critical Success Factors in Implementing KM in ASEAN Service-Based SMEs. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development (IJSKD), 5(1), pp.1-13.