Lecturer in History, Politics, Arabic, and Religious Studies Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania PhD in Middle Eastern Studies The University of Cambridge (King;s College)
PhD in Middle Eastern Studies (2012) The University of Cambridge (King's College)
MA in Middle Eastern Studies (2007) The University of Texas at Austin
Master of Liberal Arts (2004) St. Edward’s University, Austin, TX
BA in History, Minor in English (1999) The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Visiting Professor in Contemporary International Issues (Benter Fellow) The University of Pittsburgh (2014 – 2015) Teaching appointment in History and the Graduate School of Policy and International Affairs focusing on history and policy related to the contemporary Middle East.
Visiting Assistant Professor in History The University of Pittsburgh (2014 – 2015) Undergraduate teaching appointment in the Department of History focused on the contemporary politics and dynamics of the Middle East
Instructor – Arabic Language The Aga Khan University, London (2011 – 2012) Instructor for First Year Arabic and Assistant Instructor for Second Year Arabic in the Master’s Program in Muslim Cultures at AKU.
Supervisor – Contemporary Middle Eastern Politics & Society The University of Cambridge (2010) Lecturer in the Contemporary Middle East, the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.
Reviewer: Journal of Ethnic & Migration Studies Appointed by Editor, Reviewer:Journal of Media, War, & Conflict Appointed by Editor.
Pittsburgh Cable News Channel Mid-East Expert Doctoral Research Bethlehem, Beit Sahour, and Jerusalem
Research Assistant for Peter Avery, OBE The University of Cambridge (King’s College)
Volunteer Researcher Beit Jala Municipal Offices, Beit Jala, Palestine