Nadim Khoury is an Associate Professor II in international studies/ peace & conflict and a postdoctoral fellow in philosophy at the Arctic University of Norway—University of Tromsø. His pedagogical interests include the history of political theory, nationalism, the politics of memory, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He has published on these issues in the European Journal of International Relations, Nations and Nationalism, Constellations and different co-edited volumes. Currently he is completing a book manuscript that deals with the ways enemy nations negotiate their histories during peace processes.
Before joining Bjørknes University College, Nadim was assistant professor and program head of the political studies at Al-Quds Bard College in the Palestinian territories (2012-2014). He holds a PhD in Political theory from the University of Virginia and an MA in philosophy from the University Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3, in France.