Core Faculty, Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS) Summer Institute on Critical Security Studies in the Arab Region (Beirut), July 2017 and June 2018
Visiting Fulbright Scholar, Abu Dhabi University (UAE) and the University of Qatar, January-June 2017.
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, August 2015-
Affiliate Faculty, Hawai’i Research Center for Futures Studies, UH Mānoa.
Affiliate Faculty, International Cultural Studies Program, UH Mānoa.
Associate Editor, International Political Sociology, January 2017-
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, Political Science, May 2015. Exams: Major, International Relations; Minor, Political Theory.
B.A. with Honors, New York University, 2008. Major: Politics; Minor: Economics.
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
“Towards a Beirut School of Critical Security Studies.” With Omar Dahi, Samer Abboud, Coralie Pison Hindawi, Waleed Hazbun, Jamil Mouawad, and Sami Hermez. Critical Studies on Security. Published online first, October 2018. https://doi.org/10.1080/21624887.2018.1522174
“Weapons of Mass Participation: Social Media, Violence Entrepreneurs, and the Politics of Crowdfunding for War.” European Journal of International Relations. Published online first, December 2017. https://doi.org/10.1177/1354066117744867
“Facebook Bras and #digitalharems: Fantasies of Mimesis and the Transgressions of Aliaa Elmahdy and Amina Sboui.” Globalizations, Special issue on Insurrectional Politics. Vol. 12, No. 6, 2015: 943-956.
“The Cartographic Ambiguities of HarassMap: Crowdmapping Security and Sexual Violence in Egypt.” Security Dialogue, Special issue on Questioning security devices: Performativity, resistance, politics. Vol. 46, No. 4, 2015: 345-364
(Forthcoming) “Playing with the World: The Politics of Miniaturization in the Gulf.” In Salter M. and S. Yao (eds.), How to do Popular Culture in International Relations. Routledge.
(Invited Reprint) “Facebook Bras and #digitalharems: Fantasies of Mimesis and the Transgressions of Aliaa Elmahdy and Amina Sboui.” In Soguk, N. (ed.), Global Insurrectional Politics. Routledge, 2016.
“Militarization, the Gig Economy, and the Indiscernibility of the Violence Entrepreneur.” Forthcoming (2019) in International Studies Review Forum on Militarization 2.0.
“Zombie Doctors, Saw-Scaled Vipers, and Other Incipient Swarms: Reading William Connolly in Dubai.” In “Entangled Humanism as a Political Project: William E. Connolly’s Facing the Planetary.” With Anatoli Ignatov and Alexander Livingston. Contemporary Political Theory. Published online first, December 2018.
“The Human Chain Is Not About Holding Hands.” Journal of Critical Globalization Studies, Vol. 5, 2012: 129-131.