Allison Hart is a graduate student at the American University in Cairo studying Political Science with a specialization in International Relations. While at AUC, she has worked as a teaching assistant in undergraduate courses. She holds a BA in Political Science and a BS in Business Administration from Merrimack College. As a Title VIII Black Sea Fellow with the Middle East Institute, she researched the legacies of the Rose Revolution, how it impacts domestic politics in Georgia today, and the ultimate implications on the greater region. Her other research interests include identity politics, digital disinformation, and polarization. She has lived and worked in the MENA region and has a limited working proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic and a basic understanding of Masri and Shami dialects.
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