Muna Dahir is a Ph.D. student in Gender Studies at Queen's University, where she also completed her M.A. Muna also holds a B.A. specializing in Socio-cultural Anthropology from the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. Her research pertains to Black temporalities through theories of “relation,” so as to reconsider the coherence and stability of Western colonial regimes of truth and modes of organizing time. Grounded in Black studies, Anti-colonial studies, and Feminist studies, her research focuses on questions of colonial pasts; alienation; Black women's material and cultural production; Black textual and reading practices; relational methodologies; poetics; and liberatory temporalities.