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Anne Irfan

Anne Irfan

Teaching Fellow in Middle Eastern History, University of Sussex


Dr Anne Irfan is a historian of Middle East migration, specialising in UNRWA and Palestinian refugee experiences. Her PhD, completed at the LSE, examined UNRWA's institutional history in the Palestinian refugee camps across the Middle East. Dr Irfan has spoken at the UK Parliament in Westminster and the UN Headquarters in Geneva and New York on the Palestinian and Syrian refugee crises. She is currently a Teaching Fellow in Middle Eastern History at the University of Sussex, and a Guest Teacher in International History at the LSE. Overviews of her work are also available at online at LSE and Sussex.