Suzi Mirgani is Manager and Editor for CIRS Publications. She received a Ph.D. in Communication and Media Studies from Eastern Mediterranean University with a dissertation titled, "Piracy as Translation: The Transformation of Commercial Discourse." Mirgani’s research is based on critical discourse analyses of government and corporate-sponsored media messages and their influence on social attitudes towards issues of piracy and copyright infringement. Mirgani is co-editor (with Zahra Babar) of Food Security in the Middle East (Oxford University Press, 2014). She has published in International Feminist Journal of Politics (2007); Journeys Home: An Anthology of Contemporary African Diasporic Experience (2009); and Critical Studies in Media Communication (2011). Mirgani is an independent filmmaker working on highlighting stories from the Gulf.
- Babar, Zahra, and Suzi Mirgani. Eds. Food Security in the Middle East. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2014.
- “Home Bound.” In Journeys Home: An Anthology of Contemporary African Diasporic Experience, edited by Salome Nnoromele and Lisa Day-Lindsey. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2009.
- Mirghani. S. “Rain Dance.” In International Feminist Journal of Politics 9, no. 4 (December 2007): 558-559.
- Mirghani, S. “Cyprus in Bullets." In Cypriot Identities: Conversations on Paper, edited by Karin B. Costello, 29-31. Nicosia: Intercollege Press, 2005.
- Mirghani, S. “Sub-Cypriots." In Cypriot Identities: Conversations on Paper, edited by Karin B. Costello, 32-33, Nicosia: Intercollege Press, 2005.
- Mirghani, S. “Nomad Woman Got No Home to Go to.” In Selves at Home, Selves in Exile: Stories of Emplacement and Displacement, edited by Ayşe Lahur Kırtunç, Atilla Silkü, Kenneth W. Rose, and Murat Erdem, 85-91. Izmir: Ege University Press, 2003.