Rebecca Moody is a Ph.D. candidate in the Religion Department at Syracuse University. She is working on a dissertation on the representation of women in recent films made by independent Moroccan women filmmakers. She was awarded a Fulbright student research grant for September 2014 - December 2015 to conduct research in the city of Fes.
Research Interests: Religion, Feminist Theory, Cultural Studies, Film Theory
Religion, Materiality and Machines in Faouzi Bensaïdi's Death for Sale
Affects of Consumption and Commodification in a Moroccan Ramadan
Sensing Eid al Kabir’s Tactile, Viscous Stickiness: Affect, Embodiment and Material Religion