Dilofarid Miskinzod, Ph.D.

Dilofarid Miskinzod Lecturer
Northern Arizona University
Women's and Gender Studies
Blg 70 Rm #100-I
Phone: 928-523-0557

Dilofarid Miskinzod is a Lecturer in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Northern Arizona University. She specializes in sexuality, reproductive health, migration, transnational feminisms, qualitative research methods, and Islam with an emphasis on Central Asia. Dr. Miskinzod’s research is located at the intersection of three interdisciplinary fields—gender, public health and medicine from a transnational feminist and global health perspective. Her research focuses on health and life experiences of the left-behind women in Tajikistan and refugee women in the U.S.
Research Interests
Gender and Sexuality
Reproductive Health
Transnational Feminisms
Gender and Islam
Qualitative Research Methods
HIV/AIDS Prevention

Ph.D., Gender Studies, Arizona State University, USA
M.A., Gender Studies, Arizona State University, USA
M.P.H., Public Health, University of Auckland, New Zealand
M.D., Obstetrics & Gynecology, Tajik State Medical University, Tajikistan

Courses taught
Introduction to Transnational Feminisms
Women, Gender Identity and Ethnicity
Qualitative Research Methods: Interviewing
Women, Gender, and Society
Race, Class, and Gender
Women and Gender in Contemporary Society
Women and Sexuality
Women and International Health

2016-2017    Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Arizona State University
2014-2015    Graduate College Dissertation Fellowship, Arizona State University
2013             Dissertation Research Grant, Graduate and Professional Student Association, Arizona State University