Sana Younis is a Ph.D. student and doctoral fellow at St. John’s University, where she is passionately engaged in creative academic scholarship. Her research interests orbit around the imbricated intersections of abolition, feminism, migration, memory, and technology.
Sana explores the complex representation of Muslim women in her creative work and has presented readings from her novel-in-progress and her short stories at various venues. Her paper, “The Woman Question: Silences and Remembrances in the Representation of Partition in Pakistani Media,” was presented at the Global Women’s Studies Conference at Indiana University, Bloomington.
Sana served as the editor of the Spring 2023 issue of the Humanities Review journal, titled Beyond the Margins: Interdisciplinarity, Hybridity, Fusion and the Future of the Humanities. As an educator, Sana has taught various courses ranging from creative writing and writing composition to short filmmaking and first-year Urdu. Sana loves cats, iced coffee, and playing Animal Crossing.