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Azadeh Ghanizadeh

Azadeh Ghanizadeh

Azadeh Ghanizadeh

Graduate Student (WRT) and Fellow


Writing Center
Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition


Biographic Overview

Azadeh Ghanizadeh is a graduate candidate and university fellow in the department of Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition at Syracuse University. Her research interests include rhetorical theory and narratives of human mobility, migration, and political asylum. Her article Global Mobility and Subaltern Knowledge appeared in Petiho in December of 2022. Her work also appears in Rhetoric Society Quarterly, International Migration Review, as well as the Cambridge Review of International Affairs. Her current project Asylum Industrial Complex: Rhetorics of Human Mobility evaluates how Middle East North African refugees are depicted in news media, films, and institutional settings in the contemporary United States. She has taught courses in Academic Writing and Research as well as Middle East Studies at Oregon State University and Colgate University.