Because of confidentiality agreements, I can’t share the vast majority of publications that I’ve worked on as an editor. Below you find those that I can share and some other things I’ve done. I’ve worked for PhD students, postdocs, and professors at King’s College London, SOAS London, Columbia University New York, UC Berkeley, most major universities in Belgium and the Netherlands, and several other institutions in the UK, Canada, the US, China, Africa, the Middle East, Russia, and Europe.


Arcmage.org (fantasy card game). Rebirth Set cards and cities. 2018/2019 (editor).

Comaty, Lyna. Post-Conflict Transition in Lebanon: The Disappeared of the Civil War. London: Routledge, 2019 (developmental editor).

Global Academic Press. Entire website. 2018 (editor, Dutch).

Lebanon Pavilion. Brochure and press releases. Venice Biennale, 2018 (editor).

Terreform (ed.). Letters to the Leaders of China: Kongjian Yu and the Future of the Chinese City. New York: UR Books, 2018 (proofreader). Named among the best books of 2018 by ASLA.

Terreform (ed.). Open Gaza. New York: UR Books, forthcoming (copyeditor).


Global Academic Press. Entire website (Dutch -> English).

Proefschriftmaken.nl. Blog posts (Dutch -> English).

Talks and seminars.

A poster announcing the lecture at the Lebanese University.Department of Architecture, Lebanese University, November 2017. I gave a public lecture titled “Understanding urban change and gentrification in Mar Mikhael.”

AUB Policy Institute, American University of Beirut, June 2017. I was chair and discussant of a panel titled “Housing and the Struggle for Social (In)justice in the City: Comparative Perspectives from India, Brazil, Algeria and Lebanon,” which can be found on Youtube.


City Debates conference, American University of Beirut, Lebanon, March 2015. I gave a talk titled “Capital, state and conflict: the various drivers of diverse gentrification processes in Beirut, Lebanon,” which is on Youtube. The talk is based on a publication co-authored with Dr. Christiaan De Beukelaer. This conference culminated in a special issue of the journal CITY, which I’ve written about elsewhere.

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