Academic and writer with expertise in contemporary Arab thought, cultural practices, and Palestinian culture. She earned her MA in Contemporary Arab Studies from Georgetown University and her Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from George Mason University. The Arab Council for Social Sciences also awarded her a postdoctoral research fellowship. Between 2006 and 2008, she was a Birzeit University professor. She has written numerous books and academic papers, and from 1996 until 2005 she served as director of the Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center.
Where memory is the house of culture and knowledge; where the original council, separated by a cultural sidewalk that connects Muharraq with the intellectuals and writers of the world. The house itself, located at the heart of the city, opens its doors to cultural production in the fields of thought, literature, politics, philosophy, culture and art.Read More