Kylie Broderick is a Ph.D. student in History at UNC-Chapel Hill as the History Department's Mellon Fellow. In May 2017, Kylie graduated from George Mason University with my Master's degree in Middle East and Islamic Studies, magna cum laude with an Award of Outstanding Accomplishment.
Kylie is also the Managing Editor of Jadaliyya, Business Manager of the Arab Studies Journal, and as the Research Coordinator of the Think Tank Database for the Knowledge Production Project.
Kylie is primarily interested in interrogating power. Her research passions are in exploring historical intersections of class, solidarity movements, communal representations/representatives, authoritarianism, de-colonialism, and heterogenous political economies in the Middle East. She is also interested in exploring the asymmetrical nature of knowledge production, think tank politics, imperialism, and pedagogy.
In all issues, Kylie is interested in building narratives of justice, peace, and equity in whatever capacity she is able.