Cherine Hussein Senior Researcher
Cherine Hussein is a Senior Researcher at the Institute of International Relations in Prague in it's Centre for the Study of Global Regions in the Middle East and North Africa Politics Unit. She holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of Sussex. Her research focuses on the politics of social transformation in the Arab World, with a particular interest in the writings of Antonio Gramsci and Edward Said; decolonial thought and the ways in which collective human agency and counterhegemony are theorized in the discipline; as well as the role of organic intellectuals in building movements of resistance. She has lectured at universities in Utrecht and Lund, and was previously the Deputy Director of the Council for British Research in the Levant’s Kenyon Institute in East Jerusalem. She is a member of ISA, BISA and BRISMES, and is the author of The Re-Emergence of the Single State Solution in Palestine/Israel: Countering an Illusion (London, Routledge: March 2015).
- The Re-Emergence of the Single State Solution in Palestine/Israel: Countering an Illusion (London: Routledge, February 16, 2015: 224 pages).
- “The Single State Alternative in Flux”, in From the River to the Sea: Palestine and Israel in the Shadow of ‘Peace’ (edited by Mandy Turner, London: Lexington Books, April 2019).
- “The Single State Alternative in Palestine/Israel”, special issue on ‘Palestine/Israel after Oslo: Mapping transformations and alternatives in a time of deepening crisis’, Conflict, Security and Development, (co-edited with Mandy Turner), 15 (5), 2015: p. 521-547.
- “Israel-Palestine after Oslo: Mapping transformations and alternatives in a time of deepening crisis” (co-edited with Mandy Turner), Conflict, Security and Development, 15 (5) 2015: p.415-425.
- “Palestine, Israel and the One State Solution: an interview with Ilan Pappe”, Critical Studies on Terrorism, 7 (3), 2014: p. 484-493.
- “Review of Marxism and Social Movements”, Peacebuilding, 3 (1), 2014: p. 110-112.