Ph.D. Researcher, Phillips University of Marburg, Germany
Ph.D. in Sociology, Hacettepe University, Turkey
M.A. in Social Sciences Research, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran
B.A. in Social Sciences Research, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran
Migration Summer School Fellow, European University Institute, Italy
Policy Communication Fellow, Population Reference Bureau (PRB), Tanzania
Research Fellow, Kulturwissenschaftliches Institute Essen (KWI)
Researcher, “Gender-Based Violence amongst Conflict-induced Internally Displaced Boys and Girls in Kabul,” Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit
Coordiantor of research project „Why do Afghan Children Undertake the Unaccompanied Journey to Europe,“ Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit
Instructor, Sociology and Social Research Methods, Gharjistan University (Farah), Afghanistan
– Forced migration and refugees studies
– Gender and masculinities
– Muslim diaporic communities
– Integration and identity
– Research methodology
Mosawi, Sayed Mahdi. (2020). Men and Masculinities Scholarship in Afghanistan: An Overview of the Evolution of the Field. DuEPublico, [Originally published in XYonline]. (Blog Article).
Mosawi, Sayed Mahdi. 2020. „‘You Must Keep Your ’Honour’, a Man without ‘Honour’ Is No Man at All’: ’Honour, Masculinity and Violence in Afghanistan.“ In Men, Masculinities and Honour-Based Abuse, edited by Mohammad Mazher Idriss, 128-149. Oxon and New York: Routledge. (Book chapter).
Mosawi, Sayed Mahdi. 2016. „Afghan Second-generation Identity in Iran: A Mystery Full of Contradictions.“ 2nd International Congress of Social Sciences, Konya, Turkey. (Conference paper).
Echavez, Chona R., Sayed Mahdi Mosawi, and Leah Wilfreda RE Pilongo. 2016. The Other Side of Gender Inequality: Men and Masculinities in Afghanistan. Kabul: Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit. Published in three languages, English, Pashto, and Dari. (Book).
Yousofi, Ali, Sayed Mahdi Mosawi, and Ameneh Sadat Hoseyni. 2013. „Social Network of Afghan Refugees in Mashhad (Afghans Living in Golshahr Area).“ Social Problems of Iran 4 (1):213-239. (Journal article).