I recently completed my PhD at the Department of English and Related Literature at the University of York. My research focuses on water and ecological crisis in contemporary Israeli and Palestinian literature. This project was co-supervised in the Department of Geography at the University of Sheffield as part of the White Rose Hydropolitics Network.
I have published in Green Letters, Jewish Quarterly, and have an article forthcoming in a Journal of Commonwealth Literature special issue on ‘Postcolonial Environments’. I am currently turning my thesis into a monograph while developing new projects on the environment in Israeli and Palestinian writing, and on literature and global water crisis.
I recently co-organised the Postcolonial Studies Association Postgraduate and Early Career conference at the University of York, which focused on the global politics of natural resources. Prior to this, I co-organised the interdisciplinary postgraduate workshop Social Water, also at York, and I have organised a number of events for the Imagining Jerusalem network.