Middle East Report, “The Struggle for Sudan,” Spring 2024, No. 310, Vol. 53 No. 1


Executive Director

James Ryan jamesryan@merip.org

Executive Editor

Katie Natanel katienatanel@merip.org

Managing Editor

Marya Hannun maryahannun@merip.org

Photo Editor

Michelle Woodward mwoodward@merip.org

Staff Editors

Alyssa Bivins bivins@gwu.edu

Michael Kaplan kaplan_m@gwu.edu


Board of Directors

Paul Silverstein (Board Chair) Reed College

Kaveh Ehsani DePaul University

Adam Hanieh University of Exeter

Vickie Langohr College of the Holy Cross

Lee O’Brien Retired

Mary Sexton Consultant

James Ryan MERIP Executive Director (ex officio)


Editorial Committee

Lisa Hajjar (Co-chair of the Editorial Committee) University of California, Santa Barbara

Muriam Haleh Davis (Co-chair of the Editorial Committee) University of California, Santa Cruz

Ayça Alemdaroğlu Stanford University

Sabiha Allouche University of Exeter

Gregory Brew Analyst at Eurasia

Stephen Gasteyer Michigan State University

Maziyar Ghiabi University of Exeter

Kanwal Hameed University of Exeter

Najib Hourani Michigan State University

Laleh Khalili University of Exeter

Reinoud Leenders King’s College London

Shana Marshall George Washington University

Pascal Menoret Brandeis University

Jacob Mundy Colgate University

Maha Nassar University of Arizona

Hesham Sallam Stanford University

Kevin L. Schwartz Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Deen Sharp London School of Economics

Sean Yom Temple University


How to cite this article:

"Issue 310 (Spring 2024) Masthead," Middle East Report 310 (Spring 2024).

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