Sabah Haider is a filmmaker and writer based between Paris, Beirut and Montreal and is an alumnus of the Canadian Film Centre and the Berlinale Talents program. Her scholarly research interests encompass mapping, media industries, digital culture, interactive film and media, sensory ethnography, visuality, subaltern and postcolonial archives, and “history from below”. A key question motivating her doctoral project is how can digital tools intersect with visual and sensorial ethnography to excavate new anthropologies and propose alternative or new understandings of history and discourse?
PhD in Humanities | Concordia University - Department of Social Anthropology and Ethnology, EHESS, Paris | Canada - France
MA Film Studies | University College London | UK |
BA Political Science | University of Guelph | Canada |