Rihab Kassatly Bagnole
- B.F.A., Ohio University
- M.F.A., Ohio University
- Ph.D., Ohio University
Awards, recognition and honors
Ambassador Choice Award, Winter 2011
Association for Middle Eastern Women, College Art Association, Popular Culture and American Culture Association
Rihab Kassatly Bagnole, Ph.D., holds a doctorate with a concentration on visual art, as well as a graduate certificate in women's studies. She taught at Ohio University and Denison University before joining SCAD.
Publications and presentations
- "Reclaiming the Power: An Interpretation of Isis in the Era of Globalism," in Emerging Perspectives on Nawal El Saadawi. Africa World Press, Inc., 2010.
- Introduction to 'Isis' in "The Dramatic Literature of Nawal El Saadawi," Saqi 2009.
- Translation of Isis from Arabic to English.
- The Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Popular Culture. Greenwood Press, 2007. Contributed entries on "Music in the Middle East and North Africa," "Love, Sex, and Marriage in the Middle East and North Africa" and "Radio and Television in the Middle East and North Africa."
- "Penelope: Ithaca's Wisdom." Humanitas 25 no. 3 (2002): 25-29.
- "I Like My Freedom of Expression." The Post, Athens, Ohio, Oct. 12 (1995): 2.
- "A Show Like No Other: Iraqi Prostitutes in Syrian Nightclubs." WOMEN AND THE 21 CENTURY: FEMINIST ALTERNATIVES in the Session "Body, Sexuality, and the public Space." Cairo, Egypt (Winter Break 2010)
- "No House Left Behind: The Bedouin Tent as a Symbol of Identity." SECAC in the Session "Ephemeral Architecture." chaired by Steve Arbury of Radford University (Fall 2010)
- "From Brioche to Sourdough: The Transformation of Marie Antoinette." SCAD Lacoste, France (Summer 2010)
- "Claiming Power, Making History: The femininity of Madame de Pompadour." SCAD Lacoste, France (Fall 2009)
- "The Role of the Critique in Creative Development and Assessment." Panel.
- Measuring Unique Studies Effectively, SCAD, Savannah, Georgia (2009)
- "Gérôme's 'Almeh' Dancer: An Autochthonous Interpretation." College Art Association Conference, Dallas, Texas (2008).
- "Presenting Middle Eastern Dance to Western Audiences." Denison University Faculty Luncheon. Granville, Ohio (2006).
- "The Role of the Musicals of Farid al-Atrash in Popularizing Belly Dancing." Popular Art Association National Conference, Atlanta, Georgia (2006).