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The editors of issue 300, “MERIP at 50,” are Waleed Hazbun, Lisa Hajjar, Najib Hourani and Guest Editor Chris Toensing.
The editors of issue #298 of Middle East Report are Zakia Salime, Mona Atia, Jacob Mundy and Paul Silverstein
The editors of issue 299, “Race—Legacies and Challenges,” are Elif Babül, Muriam Haleh Davis, Jessica Barnes and Guest Editor Alex Lubin.
The editors of Middle East Report 295, “Kurdistan, One and Many,” are Ayҫa Alemdaroğlu, Elif Babül, Arang Keshavarzian and Nabil Al-Tikriti.
The editors of issue 297, “Health and the Body Politic,” are Nabil Al-Tikriti, Kevan Harris and Graham Cornwell with Guest Editor Omar Dewachi.
The editors of issue #302, “Settler Colonialism's Enduring Entanglements,” are Mona Atia, Graham Cornwell and Muriam Haleh Davis with Guest Editor Shira Robinson.
The editors of issue #302, “Settler Colonialism's Enduring Entanglements,” are Graham Cornwell, Muriam Haleh Davis, Mona Atia and Guest Editor Shira Robinson.
The editors of issue #301, “Revolutionary Afterlives,” are Arang Keshavarzian, Stacey Philbrick Yadav, Atef Said and Pete Moore.
The editors of issue #303, “Currencies of Power,” are Shana Marshall, Najib Hourani and Hesham Sallam with Guest Editor Kevan Harris.
The editors of Middle East Report #296, “Nature and Politics,” are Jessica Barnes, Muriam Haleh Davis and Guest Editor Sophia Stamatopoulou-Robbins.
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.
Aula Abbara is a consultant in infectious diseases and an honorary senior clinical lecturer at Imperial College, London. She co-chairs the Syria Public Health Network, a policy and advocacy group.
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.