Caroline completed her PhD in spring 2019. She is currently the ACLS postdoctoral fellow and research manager with the Committee to Protect Journalists in New York. Her research interests include authoritarian legitimation strategies, political transitions, and [critical] security studies, with a regional focus on the Middle East. While at Temple, she taught Foreign Governments, Development and Globalization, International Relations, World Affairs, and assisted in teaching Middle East Politics and American Politics. Her book (Saudi Interventions in Yemen: a historical comparison of ontological insecurity, Routledge 2020) compares the Saudi monarchy's use of foreign policy alongside domestic regime survival strategies in two different eras of regional revolution: Arab nationalism in the 1960s and the 2011 Arab uprisings. She is currently working on a project analyzing attacks on the media in Yemen.
Faculty Advisor: Sean L. Yom