Ashjan Ajour completed her PhD in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2019 and she is the 2022 incoming Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Brown University in the United States. Her research interests and teaching experience are situated in sociology; gender studies and feminist theories and movements; political subjectivity; incarceration; decolonization and global indigenous politics. She taught in the United Kingdom and Palestine at Goldsmiths, Warwick University and Birzeit University. In September 2019 she engaged as a Teaching Fellow in Sociology at Warwick University convening modules in Gender Studies. In November 2020 she worked as a Research Fellow in the School of Media, Communications and Sociology at the University of Leicester working on the ‘Decolonising the Curriculum’ research project. Her last publications are a book ‘Reclaiming Humanity in Palestinian Hunger Strikes: Revolutionary Subjectivity and Decolonizing the Body’ (Palgrave Macmillan), and an article by Cultural Politics (Duke University Press): The Spiritualization of Politics and the Technologies of Resistant Body: Conceptualizing Hunger Striking Subjectivity.