Visiting Scholar
University of Aberdeen







Zohar Hadromi-Allouche is Lecturer in Islamic Studies in the Department of Divinity and Religious Studies at the University of Aberdeen, U.K. She holds a B.A. in Arabic Language, Literature, and History of the Middle East (1994) from Tel Aviv University, and a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from SOAS, University of London (2006). She was previously a teaching fellow at Ben-Gurion University (2006–2011) and a visiting lecturer at St Mary’s College in Twickenham, London (2000), Beit Berl College, and Haifa University (2004–2010). Dr Hadromi-Allouche teaches early Islamic sources, the emergence of Islam, and comparative aspects between Islam and other religions. Her current research focuses on the character of Eve (Ḥawwā’) in Islam and her depiction in different sources, as well as the discursive relationship between the Qur’ān and the Bible. Dr Hadromi-Allouche has published a number of articles on the multifaceted character of Eve in Islam. She is also the co-editor of Fall Narratives: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Routledge, 2017). While at the Department in the 2017 summer semester, Dr Hadromi-Allouche co-ordinates a course on 'The Muslim Eve: Images of the First Woman.'