Merav Amir | Queen’s University Belfast

Dr Merav Amir is a lecturer (Assistant Professor) of Human Geography at Queen’s University Belfast. She is a cultural and political geographer with particular interest in critical perspectives on security, processes of border making, geographies of embodiment, critical cultural analysis and feminist and queer theory, with regional expertise in the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Recent publications include: “In-Secure Identities: on the Securitization of abnormality”, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space (2017, with Hagar Kotef), “Revisiting politicide: state annihilation in Israel/Palestine,” Territory, Politics, Governance (2017); “Limits of Dissent, Perils of Activism: Spaces of Resistance and the New Security Logic,” Antipode (2015, with Hagar Kotef).