Decolonising and the Question of Palestine

Hosted by Department of Sociology and Decolonising Sociology

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Dr Rana Barakat

Dr Muna Dajani

Dr Mezna Qato

Dr Omar Jabary Salamanca


Professor Fran Tonkiss

The event will ask: What does the intellectual and political project of anti-racism and decolonisation look like in the context of Palestine? What does this require of academics and their universities?

Meet our speakers and chair

Rana Barakat is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History and Archaeology at Birzeit University.

Muna Dajani is Research Officer at the LSE Middle East Centre.

Mezna Qato is Margaret Anstee Fellow at the University of Cambridge. 

Omar Jabary Salamanca is a Research Fellow at the University of Ghent.

Fran Tonkiss is Professor of Sociology at LSE.



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