I am a PhD candidate in Politics at Princeton University where I research the contemporary politics of the Middle East & North Africa. I write about topics including protest and mobilization, political economy and development, and political violence.
This year I was awarded the Jacobus Fellowship, Princeton's highest honor for graduate students, awarded to one student in the combined social sciences. Click Dissertation to learn about my ongoing book project about state response to social movements in the Middle East. Click Research and Writing & Video to see more of my projects, past and present.
Images: Beirut Lebanon, Lei Ladakh, Tunis Tunisia, Aleppo Syria, Bosra Syria, Maaloula Syria, Tyr Lebanon, Tangier Morocco, Tunis Tunisia, Cairo Egypt