- Lana Tatour
Lana Tatour is a doctoral student at the department of Politics and International Studies at University of Warwick. She holds a BA in Political Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an MSc in NGOs and Development from the London School of Economics.
She is a Visiting Lecturer at University of Westminster, where she convenes an undergraduate course on Contemporary Arab Culture, and is a Teaching Fellow at University of Warwick. Tatour’s research expertise is colonial studies and postcolonial international relations, citizenship, settler colonialism, and gender and sexuality. Her work focuses on Israel/Palestine, and in particular on the Palestinian citizens of Israel.
Before undertaking her doctoral studies, Lana worked for more than a decade in a number of human rights and peace-building NGOs in Israel/Palestine.