My work focuses on built environments shaped in extreme conditions, with a particular emphasis on spaces of displacement, conflict, and spatial injustice, primarily in post/colonial settings. My research covers historic and contemporary contexts in Israel-Palestine and beyond, looking at camps (setttler/refugee/detention/protest camps) and urban contexts as ever-changing spatial constellations through which political negotiations and cultural transformations are staged and reworked. In my work I incorporate spatial ethnography, participatory research, urban and global policy analysis, visual methods, and a strong engagement with cultural and political theories. My research has been published in a variety of academic journals and won a number of academic awards. It includes the co-edited book Camps Revisited: Multifaceted Spatialities of a Modern Political Technology (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018) and a forthcoming monograph, The Common Camp: Spaces of Power and Resistance in Israel-Palestine (University of Minnesota Press).