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International Development Research @ Cambridge


Dr Menza Qato's is a Margaret Anstee Fellow at Newnham College, University of Cambridge. Her research and teaching interests centre on histories and theories of social, economic and political transformation amongst refugee and stateless communities, the politics and practice of archives, and global micro-histories of movements and collectivities in the Middle East.


She was previously a Spencer Fellow at the National Academy of Education, and Junior Research Fellow at King’s College, Cambridge. As a Travelling Research Fellow in Takhayyul Project, Menza is developing a study of everyday socialities of imagination in the long century of Palestinian liberation work.

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