Teodora Todorova is Assistant Professor in Sociology at The University of Nottingham. Her work to date has focused on questions of ethico-political responsibility and praxis in the context of ethno-nationalist conflict. She has previously examined gendered violence and post-conflict reconciliation in Bosnia Herzegovina, as well as solidarity activism in Israel-Palestine. More broadly, her work is concerned with grassroots activism and transnational civil society responses to gendered and racialised power and state violence.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryWarehousing Palestine
The Israeli state ‘warehouses’ Palestinians in Gaza for many of the same reasons that the United States has...