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Sophie is Research Officer at the Kuwait Programme. Her research focuses on the transforming political economies of the Arabian Gulf.
Sunduss is Research Assistant on the project 'Egypt's and Morocco's GVC Integration in a Changing Global Economy' run in collaboration with the American University in Cairo.
Aula is Research Officer working on the Historical Sociology of the Middle East building on her thesis which examined the role of the Iraqi Independence Movement on state formation in Iraq.
Zeynep is Research Fellow at the LSE Middle East Centre and the LSE CWPS. She is currently leading a project on responses to internal displacement in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Courtney is Research Officer at the Kuwait Programme. Her research focuses on domestic politics of the Gulf states, with particular interest in Islamism and tribalism.
Kyra is Research Assistant currently leading on a research project looking at 'Natural Resource Management and Peacebuilding in post-ISIS Iraq'.
Bronwen is Research Fellow currently leading on a research project looking at statelessness among migrants in North Africa.
Aitemad is Assistant Professorial Research Fellow currently investigating the gender impact of Syrian displacement in Jordan and Lebanon.
Haneen is Research Assistant on the project 'The Regulation of Palestinian Everyday Life’ run in collaboration with Birzeit University.
Jessica is Research Officer currently working on a DFID-funded project looking at regional drivers of conflict in Iraq and Syria.
Manmit is Research Assistant on the academic collaboration project comparing public responses to Ms Marvel in non-Muslim and Muslim societies.
Pejman is Lecturer of Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies at John Cabot University in Rome. His research focuses on the politics and history of modern Iran.
Rahaf is Lecturer in Modern Middle Eastern History at the University of Manchester. Her research focuses on Syria, nationalism and masculinity in the Arab World.
Athanasia is a Quantitative Skills Tutor at Queen Mary University of London researching export-led growth in the UAE and effects of trade and technology transfer on the GCC's economic growth.
Dari is an Assistant Professor in the Information Science department at Kuwait University. His research focuses on health informatics.
Fahed is Assistant Professor in Communications at the Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait. His research focuses on strategic communication, particularly in the Gulf.
Sareta is a barrister specialised in international criminal law, with a focus on genocide. She is currently leading a project documenting crimes against Yazidis.
Shamel is Assistant Professor at the University of Bath. He is currently leading a research project looking at North Africa’s economic integration with the EU.
Valeria is a Demographer at the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia. She is currently leading a project documenting crimes against Yazidis.
Priscilla joined the MEC for a sabbatical year from the International Monetary Fund, where she was Desk Economist for Palestine in the Middle East and Central Asia Department.
Zahra is a Researcher at the Conflict Research Programme – Iraq. Her project examines women, youth, grassroots and diverse forms of social and civil society activisms in Iraq.
Dylan is a Researcher at the Conflict Research Programme – Iraq. His project examines how everyday nationalism and peace are in competition with one another in multi-ethnic Kirkuk.
Yoav is Lecturer at the Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee. His research focuses on transitional justice, peace processes and conflict resolution.
Ian is a former Middle East editor, diplomatic editor and European editor for the Guardian newspaper.
Dina is Head of the Centre for Global Media and Communications at the School of Oriental and African Studies.
Madawi was Professor of Anthropology of Religion at King’s College, London between 1994 and 2013. Previously, she was Prize Research Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford.
Giles is Professor of Environmental Policy in the Department of Geography and Environment, LSE.
Shakuntala is Associate Professor in the Department of Media and Communications. She is also Programme Director for the Master’s in Media, Communication and Development.
Chetan is Professor of Sociology and Director of the LSE Centre for the Study of Human Rights.
Ernestina is Associate Professor of Population Studies in the LSE Department of International Development.
Tim is Professor of Population Studies in the LSE Department of International Development.
Ben is Associate Professor of Environment and Development Economics in the LSE Department of Geography and Environment.
Steffen is a is Associate Professor in Comparative Politics in the LSE Department of Government.
Jennifer is a Associate Professor of Nationalism, with a joint appointment in both the European Institute and the Department of International Relations, LSE.
Tiziana is Assistant Professor in Demography in the LSE Department of International Development.
Berkay is Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Policy at LSE.
Christian is a Research Officer in the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at LSE.
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