Irteza Anwara Mohyuddin, Ph.D.
- Postdoctoral Fellow
Irteza Anwara Mohyuddin's project “Archiving the Inner City: Race and the Politics of Urban Memory” examines how black histories and arts are produced, commemorated, and archived in Philadelphia. She also explores media representations of Philadelphia’s black histories.
Dr. Irteza Anwara Mohyuddin is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Annenberg School of Communication. Irteza grew up Muslim in Virginia and moved to Philadelphia for her Ph.D. She wrote her dissertation about black Muslim youth and considered the role of Islam, blackness, and ethnic identity in the identity formation of these youth in a Philadelphia public school. Her greater interests include exploring how history shapes our present experiences and cultural memory.
- B.A., 2013, Stanford University
- M.Ed., 2015, Harvard Graduate School of Education
- Ph.D., 2022, University of Pennsylvania