Amina Zarrugh

Assistant Professor
Sociology & Anthropology
Scharbauer Hall 4214 | 817-257-6856


Ph.D., Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
MA, Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
BA, Sociology and Government, University of Texas at Austin

Courses Taught

Introductory Sociology
Political Sociology

Areas of Focus

Gender, global and transnational sociology, law and deviance, political sociology, race & ethnicity, religion, social movements, violence, North Africa and the Middle East

Romero, Luis and Amina Zarrugh. (Forthcoming). “Islamophobia and the making of Latinos/as into terrorist threats.” Ethnic and Racial Studies.

Zarrugh, Amina. (2016). “Racialized political shock: Arab American racial formation and the impact of political events.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 39 (15): 2722-2739.

Charrad, Mounira M. and Amina Zarrugh. (2014). “Equal or Complementary?: Women in the New Tunisian Constitution After the Arab Spring.” The Journal of North African Studies 19 (2): 230-243.