New convener elected for the Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group

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The Critical Studies on Terrorism working group has elected Dr Rabea Khan as one of their new conveners to work alongside Dr Alice Finden (Durham University) and Dr Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield).

Rabea is a lecturer in International Relations at Liverpool John Moores University and received her PhD in International Relations from the University of St Andrews. Before joining the department of International Relations and Politics at LJMU, she also taught at the University of Edinburgh. Rabea’s research interests include but are not limited to: terrorism, religion, race, gender, post- and decolonial theory, feminist theory, and critical discourse analysis. She has published with Critical Studies on Terrorism and Critical Research on Religion and is currently working on her first monograph entitled the ‘The Gendered Coloniality of the Religious Terrorism Thesis’, based on her doctoral thesis with the same title.