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Pauls Aarts teaches international relations at the University of Amsterdam.
Sara Ababneh is assistant professor at the Center for Strategic Studies at the University of Jordan.
Ali Abdalla Abbas is an English professor at Khartoum University.
Samer Abboud is associate professor of international studies at Arcadia University in Glenside, PA and author of Syria (Polity, 2015).
Dalia Abd El-Hameed is gender and women's rights officer at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights. She is an M.A. student in sociology/anthropology program at the American University in Cairo, where she is writing her thesis on organized football fandom in Egypt.
Ahmed Abdalla is the author of The Student Movement and National Politics in Egypt (London: al-Saqi, 1985).
Hedi Abdel-Jaouad teaches French at Skidmore College.
Abbas Abdelkarim recently finished his doctorate at the School of Development Studies of the University of East Anglia.
Geneive Abdo is the Iran-based correspondent for The Guardion of London and the author of No God but God: Egypt and the Triumph of Islam, forthcoming from Oxford University Press.
Bahman Abdollahi is a writer and researcher.
Thabit Abdullah is professor of Middle East history at York University in Toronto.
Mehdi Abedi is research associate in anthropology at Rice University.
Rola Abimourched is a researcher on migration, with a specialization in the Middle East.
Khaled Abou El Fadl is Omar and Azmeralda Alfi Distinguished Fellow in Islamic Law at the UCLA School of Law.
Hosam Aboul-Ela teaches English at the University of Houston and is translator of Soleiman Fayyad's Voices.
Thomas Abowd is assistant professor of anthropology at Wayne State University.
Tom Abowd is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Wayne State University.
Sameer Abraham is a research associate at the Center for Urban Studies of Wayne State University.
Nabeel Abraham teaches anthropology and is director of the Honors Program at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Michigan.
Ervand Abrahamian is a CUNY Distinguished Professor in the Department of History, Baruch College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He is author of A History of Modern Iran [Cambridge, 2008].
Ziad Abu ‘Amr teaches at Birzeit University in the West Bank.
Mai Abu Moghli is a Palestinian/British human rights activist based in London whose research focus is on human rights education in Palestinian Authority schools in the Occupied West Bank.
Maad Abu-Ghazalah is president of the San Francisco chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.
Eliana Abu-Hamdi, Ph.D., is currently a Visiting Research Scholar in the Department of Political Science in The Graduate Center at CUNY.