Main research areas
- Epistemic struggles
- Agonistic Theory
- Embodied dissent and epistemic disruptions
- Feminist ethnography
- Palestine and Israel
For my PhD I am researching feminist approaches to challenging different systems of knowledge in people’s everyday lives in Palestine and Israel. My research focuses on the interaction of agonistic and antagonistic dimensions in epistemic struggles and embodied forms of protest in various contexts. I frame agonistic-antagonistic interplays as a performative and epistemically disruptive politics that constitutes a language of dissent and disruption that creates political spaces for the emergence of new subjectivities. My research is part of the project “Pushing the boundaries of peace research - reconceptualizing and measuring agonistic peace” (PUSHPEACE), funded by Riksbanken Jubileumsfond 2019-2023.
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I hold a master degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Marburg. Prior to this, I received a master in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the Free University Amsterdam (VU) and a bachelor degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Vienna.