My work discussed the political psychology of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It focused on the narratives of victimhood in light of the in-group’s collective memory, conflict ethos, and collective emotional orientations. It examined how victimhood and its various manifestations have contributed to the intractability of the conflict.
I’m currently in the process of enhancing my research portfolio in order to facilitate the path toward an academic position. I have also been contributing political analysis and reviews to various newspapers and magazines.