Susann Kassem

Dr. Susann Kassem is currently a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, at the University of Oxford. Her research examines the role of international interventions carried out in the name of peace in the post-Cold War era. Her current research project uses methods of oral history and historical ethnography to explore the formation of political subjectivities during the multiple reorganizations of everyday life and forced migrations under the shifting borders and systems of rule in south Lebanese frontier villages.

Articles by: Susann Kassem

Death, Displacement and Trauma: The Human Cost of War in Southern Lebanon

Given the decades-long history of wars, occupation and military action in Lebanon's south, the threat of another conflict had always loomed for the area's inhabitants.