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Academic interests

Lindbekk's research interests include history of religions and sociology of law, including women's rights, constitutional law, and transitional justice with a focus on Egypt.

 

Courses taught

Background

Prior to joining the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages as a senior lecturer, she was a doctoral research fellow at the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law. Her PhD Research focused on adjudication of Muslim and Orthodox Copt marriage and divorce law by Egyptian courts before and after the 2011 revolution. More generally, her research focuses on the intersection between law, religion, and gender in this field. Before this she worked as an Assistant Lecturer in Political Science at the British University in Egypt.

Collaboration

She is the co-organizer of an international research Collaboration dealing with Gender and Judging in Muslim Courts under the Law and Society Association.

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Publications

  • Lindbekk, Monika (2017). Conversions. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies.  ISSN 0806-198X.  17, s 474- 478
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2017). Judicial Activism in the Context of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution: Emerging Conceptions of Femininity and Masculinity. Religion and Gender.  ISSN 1878-5417.  7(1) Full text in Research Archive.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2017). Women Judges in Egypt: Discourse and Practice, In Monika Lindbekk & Nadia Sonneveld (ed.),  Women Judges in the Muslim World: A Comparative Study of Discourse and Practice.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004342200.  Chapter 11.
  • Sonneveld, Nadia & Lindbekk, Monika (2017). Introduction: A Historical Overview of Gender and Judicial Authority in the Muslim World, In Monika Lindbekk & Nadia Sonneveld (ed.),  Women Judges in the Muslim World: A Comparative Study of Discourse and Practice.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004342200.  Chapter 1.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2016). Inscribing Islamic Shari‘a in Egyptian Divorce Law. Oslo Law Review.  ISSN 2387-3299.  (2), s 103- 135
  • Lindbekk, Monika & Sonneveld, Nadia (2015). A Revolution in Muslim Family Law? Egypt’s Pre- and Post-Revolutionary Period (2011-2013) Compared. New Middle Eastern Studies.  ISSN 2051-0861.  5
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2014). Between the Power of the State and the Guardianship of the Church: Orthodox Copts Seeking Divorce, In Knut-Erich Papendorf; Anne Hellum & Stefan Machura (ed.),  Eugen Ehrlich's Sociology of Law.  LIT Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-643-90494-2.  Chapter no. 8.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). Enforcement of Personal Status Law by Egyptian Courts, In Elisa Giunchi (ed.),  Adjudicating Family Law in Muslim Courts.  Routledge.  ISBN 9780415811859.  Kapittel 5.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012). Book review: Utvik, Bjørn Olav, Islamismen. 2011.. Materialisten. Tidsskrift for forskning, fagkritikk og teoretisk debatt.  ISSN 0801-3055.  (1)
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2011). En revolusjon i egyptisk familierett? :. Babylon - Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier.  ISSN 1503-5727.  9(2), s 22- 35
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2011). Vårstemning i akademia : fornuft og følelser i den egyptiske revolusjonen. Materialisten. Tidsskrift for forskning, fagkritikk og teoretisk debatt.  ISSN 0801-3055.  38(2), s 7-12, 14-21, 23-30
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2009). “Polygyni i Egypt mellom regjering og disiplinær makt”, i Babylon, nr. 2, 2009. Babylon - Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier.  ISSN 1503-5727.  2

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  • Lindbekk, Monika & Sonneveld, Nadia (ed.) (2017). Women Judges in the Muslim World: A Comparative Study of Discourse and Practice. Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004342200.  324 s.

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  • Lindbekk, Monika (2016). Inscribing Islamic Shari‘a in Egyptian Marriage and Divorce Law: Continuity and Rupture. Doktoravhandlinger forsvart ved Det juridiske fakultet, Universitetet i Oslo. 100.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2016, 21. desember). Lovendringer skaper nye kjønnsidealer i Egypt. [Fagblad].  Kilden.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2015). Between the Power of the State and the Guardianship of the Church.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2015). Inscribing Islamic shari'a in Egyptian divorce law.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2014). Efforts to integrate human rights standards in Egypt’s pluralistic personal status system after the 2011 revolution .
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2014). Legislating the Family in Egypt: Emerging Faultlines.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2014). Narrating Islamic Family Law.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). A Counter-Revolution in Muslim Family Law? Egypt’s Pre-And Post-Revolutionary Period Compared.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). Challenges Facing the Enforcement of CEDAW in Egypt: some reflections.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). Constitutionalizing women's rights after the Egyptian revolution.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). Egyptian family law in revolution? Pre- and post-revolutionary period compared.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). From islamic fiqh to statutory law: a study of divorce law in Egypt.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). Kampen om den egyptiske grunnloven: Noen utviklingstrekk innen konstitusjonell maktfordeling og politisk kultur.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). Male and judicial activism in the aftermath of the Egyptian revolution.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). Male and judicial activism in the aftermath of the Egyptian revolution.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2013). Utviklingstrekk innen egyptisk familielovgivning før og etter revolusjonen. Kvinner Sammen.  ISSN 0803-8589.  (2)
  • Ystehede, Per Jørgen & Lindbekk, Monika (2013, 30. mai). Egyptisk familelovgivning etter revolusjonen. [Internett].  Universitetet i Oslo.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012). Gender Relations and Democracy in the Middle East.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012, 17. oktober). Korrupt kunnskapsregime.  Universitas.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012). Legal pluralism with Islamic Sharia as general law: a study of Egyptian Orthodox Copts in pursuit of divorce.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012). Sinne mot militærrådet. Dagsavisen.  ISSN 1503-2892.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012). Talking about a revolution: controversies over family law after the ousting of Mubarak.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012). The Political Controversy Surrounding Family Law in Post-Revolutionary Egypt.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012). Two draft laws of personal status in the grip of social and political unrest.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2012). Women judges in Egypt: discourse and practice.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2011). En revolusjon i egyptisk familierett?.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2011). “En vrien formålsparagraf”, kronikk i Klassekampen, 7. april 2011, s. 21. Klassekampen.  ISSN 0805-3839.  s 21- 22
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2011). Mot en andre revolusjon i Egypt?.
  • Lindbekk, Monika; Hellum, Anne & Warberg, Lasse (2011). Fatwaer i den vestlige diasporaen - rettsfornyelse eller stabilisering av tradisjonelle oppfatninger?.
  • Ystehede, Per Jørgen & Lindbekk, Monika (2011, 03. juni). Revolusjon i egyptisk familierett?. [Internett].  UiO.no.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2010). “Divorcing in Egypt”.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2009). “The relationship between Egyptian family law and Sharia (Islamic normativity): The cases of polygamy and divorce”.
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2007). "Family law between governmentality and discipline: the case of polygyny as a ground for divorce in Egypt.".
  • Lindbekk, Monika (2006). "Polygyni i Egypt mellom regjering og disiplinær makt.”.

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