Sophie Richter-Devroe

Sophie Richter-Devroe is associate professor in the Middle Eastern Studies Department at Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, and an honorary fellow at the European Centre for Palestine Studies, University of Exeter.

Sorcha Thomson

Sorcha Thomson is PhD Fellow at the University of Roskilde, Denmark in the ‘Entangled Histories of Palestine and the Global New Left’ project. . She has academic work published in The Global South and Borderlines.

Stephan Szepesi

Formerly a diplomat in Jerusalem Stephan Szepesi now leads the Abraham Path Initiative, and regularly writes, blogs and speaks about walking and the Middle East.

Stephen Sheehi

Stephen Sheehi is Sultan Qaboos Professor of Middle East Studies in Asian and Middle East Studies Program, Arabic Studies, and the Asian and Pacific Islander Studies Program at William & Mary. He is also the founding Director of the...

Steve Sabella

Steve Sabella, born 1975 in Jerusalem, Palestine, is a Berlin-based artist and author of the award-winning memoir The Parachute Paradox. His first monograph was published by Hatje Cantz in collaboration with the Akademie der...

Steven Wagner

Steven Wagner is a Lecturer in International Security in the Social and Political Sciences Department at Brunel University. Follow him on Twitter @StevenWagner85.

Suad Amiry

SUAD AMIRY is a writer and an architect. She is the author of six works of nonfiction, including Sharon and My Mother-in-Law, which was awarded the Viareggio-Versilia International Prize in 2004, and Golda Slept...

Sumaya Awad

Sumaya Awad is a Palestinian writer and socialist organizer based in New York City. Her writings focus on Palestinian, anti-imperialism, Islamophobia, and immigration, and have been featured in the Feminist Wire, In These Times, Open City, and...

Susan Abulhawa

Susan Abulhawa was born to Palestinian refugees of the 1967 war. Currently living in Pennsylvania with her daughter, she is a human rights activist and frequent political commentator. She is the founder of Playgrounds for Palestine, an...

Susan Abulhawa

Susan Abulhawa was born to refugees of the Six Day War of 1967, when her family’s land was seized and Israel captured what remained of Palestine, including Jerusalem. She moved to the USA as a teenager, graduated in biomedical science and...