Dr. Marta Domínguez Díaz Dr. Domínguez Díaz holds BA Barcelona, MA & PhD SOAS, London, is currently Senior Lecturer in Islamic Studies (Anthropology) at the University of St Gallen. She has previously held research and teaching posts at the University of Vienna, SOAS (London), and the Woolf Institute (Cambridge). Her research interests include Sufism (North-African and European), cultural identities and ethnicity in North-Africa, Islam in Europe, Ritual Studies, Embodied Religion, Comparative Religion, and Muslim-Jewish Relations. She has published a number of academic articles, is the author of Women in Sufism Female Religiosities in a Transnational Order (Routledge), and is concluding the monograph Tunisia’s Andalusians: the Cultural Identity of a North African Minority. Selected publications: Dominguez Diaz, M., [2021, in press]. ‘Islam and the concept of ethnic minority in Andalusian groups’. In: Chachia, H. ed. Homenage a Slimane Mostafa Zbiss y Mikel de Epalza, Hispania. Revista Española de Historia, CSIC. Dominguez Diaz, M., [2021, in press]. Book Review of Oughir, A. Moroccan Female Religious Agents; Old Practices and New. Leiden and Boston: Brill, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 48/4. Dominguez Diaz, M., [2021, forthcoming].Tunisia’s Andalusians: the Cultural Identity of a North African Minority.Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Dominguez Diaz, M., 2020. ‘Sufism in Modern Morocco’. In: Ridgeon, Ll. ed. Routledge Handbook on Sufism, London: Routledge. Dominguez Diaz, M., 2017. ‘“Once Upon a Time Our Home Was in Spain”; Comparing Diaspora Discourses among Morisco Descendants and Sephardim Today”. In: Adang, C.; Meri, J. (eds). Muslim-Jewish Relations in Past and Present: A Kaleidoscopic View. Leiden: Brill. Dominguez Diaz, M., 2015. Women in Sufism: Female Religiosities in a Transnational Order. London: Routledge.