Elias Ghazal

Support Instructor for MENA History, Politics and Economics; MENATE Deputy Executive Director


M.T.S. from Tyndale Seminary, Toronto, Canada
M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from the American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon
Ph.D. Candidate in International Relations at Lancaster University, Lancashire, England. Research focus: The Securitization of Religion in the Middle East

Areas of research, writing, and teaching

Middle Eastern history, Religion and Politics of the Middle East, Identity Politics, Arab Uprisings, Regional Security. Lebanese politics. The Arab-Israeli conflict.


The Conversation

Why Hezbollah matters so much in a turbulent Middle East (2017)

The Institute of Middle East Studies Blog

It Is the Centenary, but No One Is Celebrating! (2017)
When Will It All End? (2016)
The Problem is Not the Problem (2016)
The Middle East: The Place You Love to Hate (2015)
What Could Christians Learn from the ‘Party of God’? (2015)