Mounia Mnouer

Lecturer in Near Eastern Studies
AB Adviser
Green Hall 0-N-14
Dr. Mounia Mnouer is an Indigenous Amazigh, Muslim woman. She is an educator and scholar from Morocco. Both her parents and their families identify as Amazigh people of North Africa. Dr. Mnouer’s educational background includes Linguistics, Ethnic Studies, and Critical Approaches to Curriculum and Instruction. Her research and projects include critical narratives that pertain to Amazigh identities in North Africa and in the diaspora, autoethnographies outlining the notion of space and African feminist subjectivities, as well as applying decolonial frameworks to incorporate Indigenous voices in Arabic language content and pedagogy. Dr. Mnouer is a Lecturer in the department of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University where she teaches courses in Fusha Arabic, Moroccan Daarijah Dialect, and Indigenous Amazigh Communities in North Africa. Beyond Princeton, Dr. Mnouer also maintains an active role with Tazgannagh (a regional association in the Azilal region in Morocco) working to highlight Amazigh education and women’s issues