Areas of Expertise
Marginalized groups, social movements, gender minority politics, the Middle East
Major — Comparative Politics
Minor — Research Methods
Samer Anabtawi is a Ph.D. student at the George Washington University studying comparative politics and quantitative research methods. His primary research focuses on marginalized groups, social movements, gender rights activism and public attitudes toward marginalized groups in the Middle East and North Africa. He is currently working on other research projects on judicial autonomy under authoritarianism. Samer holds a Master of Arts degree in International Affairs from the University of Chicago. He received his B.A. in Politics and Economics in 2012 from Illinois College.
THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, M.A. Political Science, 2017
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, M.A., International Relations, 2013
ILLINOIS COLLEGE, B.S., Political Science, Economics, and French, 2012