I am a PhD candidate in Politics at Princeton University. My interests include Middle East politics, political economy, social movements, and Arabic language.

This year I was awarded the Jacobus Fellowship, Princeton's highest honor for graduate students, awarded to one student annually in the combined social sciences. You can click here to watch a video about my research, starring myself and my advisor Professor Amaney Jamal, with cameos from demonstrators in Rabat. 

Click Dissertation to learn about my ongoing dissertation / book project about state response to protest movements in the Middle East. Click Research and Writing & Video to see more of my projects, past and present. Click here to see my CV.

Images: Beirut Lebanon, Lei Ladakh, Tunis Tunisia, Aleppo Syria, Bosra Syria, Maaloula Syria, Tyr Lebanon, Tangier Morocco, Tunis Tunisia, Cairo Egypt