Zuleika Bibi Sheik is a Lecturer in Sociology – Black Studies and Intersectionality at the University of Portsmouth, UK. Her areas of focus include decolonial methodology, gender studies, decolonial feminism, black studies, critical race theory and abolition studies. As a South African scholar of Indian descent, her work centers on onto-epistemological re-existence and collective liberation. Through her PhD she has developed Liminagraphy, a life-affirming approach to research practice. Her latest publication “From Decolonizing the self to coming to Voice” (2020) appears in the journal Education as Change, with a co-edited Special Issue "Our bodies breathe resistance: COVID19 Stories from/in the Margins" for the Journal Globalizations set for publication in 2022.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
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Ph.D., Erasmus University Rotterdam
Award Date: 13 Dec 2021