Afnan Qutub

Dr. Afnan Qutub is an assistant professor in Digital Media at King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia. She graduated with a PhD degree in Philosophy from Leicester University, United Kingdom. She completed an M.A. degree in Communication Studies from California State University, Los Angeles. Her research interests include media representation, critical and cultural studies, feminist media studies, and internet studies. She published a number of works. A previous essay of hers, entitled “The presentation of Muslim women in the media: Saving Muslim women from their misery” was published in 2017 of GRIN Verlag. A recent study titled “Saudi women’s motives of using nick names in online spaces” was published in July 2020 by the Media and Communication Journal of the University of Cairo. She co-authored a book titled "New media and Public Relations theories: Practices and application" in 2021.